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glossary

[′gläs·ə·rē]
(computer science)
A file of commonly used phrases that can be retrieved in a word-processing program, usually through use of a command and a keyword.

Glossary

 

in linguistics dictionaries, an alphabetical listing of words or phrases to be defined or translated.

V. V. TABENSKII

glossary

A term used by Microsoft Word and adopted by other word processors for the list of shorthand, keyboard macros created by a particular user. See glossaries in this publication and The Computer Glossary.
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In the case of the lexicographers position, in which there is another person putting his name to the glossary, the signing of the text works distinctly: it confers legitimacy that comes from the authority to speak about the language and becomes part of a memory of creating a philology about the text; an archaeologist gesture about language: one that would remove from the past words with spellings, syntax and meanings that had already faded - here we are rekindling the memory of making glossaries mentioned by Auroux (2008) when he refers to the practice of creating glossaries for ancient texts whose words were unknown.
Coming back to the position of the writer, there are a number or different types of glossaries that compose our corpus, that is, the part that relates to the position of the writer:
Of course, this is completely dependent on the strength of the glossaries of the survey text in adoption for a course.
For Spanish speakers, Amigos Contra el SIDA, AC (Mexico) offers two glossaries.
Users can organize glossaries, compiled automatically by Instant Text, for different tasks--such as addresses, e-mail, work, medical or general correspondence--and can combine or use several glossaries simultaneously.
The major glossary of terms is ISO 1382, which covers general rubber terms, although there are other glossaries for specific products.
The dissociatioa rather suggests two differeat strands in the traditioa, and this assumptioa gains credit when we turn to the Epinal-Erfurt-Corpus complex of glossaries and opea, for example, the Corpus Glossary.
The GeneEd glossaries will be a useful addition to the CTY program materials provided to the students and parents attending these programs," said Mary Crowley, Conference Coordinator for the Center for Talented Youth.
The new product provides management control and distribution of content via the Web for multiple languages, dynamically linking multiple glossaries," said Lyra Spratt-Manning, chief executive officer of RWS Group, LLC.
New numismatists will find all they need to get started in this enjoyable and very popular hobby -- including do's and don'ts from industry experts, glossaries of terms and tips for trading with others.
The glossaries are developed under the sponsorship of voluntary standards organizations using a consensus-based process.