i) the glossary
that is created after the text, this is the case in Buzzo in Favela toma conta (MEDEIROS, 2012), among others that fall in a lineage begun by Jose de Alencar in Diva (NUNES, 2006), these are two examples of a type of glossary
that occurs frequently;
revision would add definitions for "formulary" and "specialty drug.
is meant to be a "living" document and will be updated from time to time.
was a multilingual glossary
of six Lapp dialects (Sompio, Kuolajarvi, Inari, Nuortijarvi, Utsjoki, and partly Enontekio), as well as of Olonets Karelian and Vepsian.
draws not only from Obal's 20 years of knowledge and experience but also from industry experts such as warehousing and management consultant Ken Ackerman, legal and transportation guru William Aguello, and Edward Marien of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This book is packed with health info, easy recipes, college cuisine, glossary
terms, and more.
It also includes a zoning analysis of a hypothetical "mixed" building with residential and community facility uses; comparisons of the contextual and non-contextual (or "height factor") zoning options available in the city's moderate-density districts and; an expanded glossary
with illustrated plain-English definitions of more than 150 terms from Attic allowance to Zero lot line building.
The new PLUS Glossary
is now online and available for use at the PLUS Coalition's newly launched Web site, www.
Learn or simply brush up on real estate management terminology through two resources from IREM--the Glossary
of Real Estate Management Terms and The Real Estate Manager's Technical Glossary
Add a "notes" column to your glossary
, too, where you can explain any obscure or company-specific terms.
The National Beef Association has launched a glossary
of cattle health and disease terms to be used by farmers and advisory professionals.
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