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Compiled by Shanul Haq Haqqee and published by National Language Authority in 1995, this dictionary of pronunciation has been reprinted recently.
This dictionary will also be available on two CDs, he added.
Speaking on the occasion, Irfan Siddiqui said, the work on adding phonics sounds in this dictionary is in progress to help students learn exact pronunciation of Urdu words which will be completed soon.
We find that when a dictionary block and the jth class samples are more similar than the other dictionary block, this dictionary block is more suitable to represent the jth class samples.
Although GCPR's lexical database might contain information about the lexical category of some words (for example, afui 'fire' is a noun) or it might contain Malay or Indonesian glosses for some words (for example, afui 'fire' is api in Malay or Indonesian), GCPR chose not to include lexical categories or Malay/Indonesian glosses in this dictionary.
It took 40 years to prepare this dictionary for publication.
Club president Barbara Connors-Fowler, who presented the dictionaries to pupils going to secondary schools, said: "I hope this dictionary will contribute to and enhance your use of printed books in addition to the computer.
This dictionary complements his earlier work Diccionario Ilustrado de Interpreters de la Fe (Illustrated Dictionary of Interpreters of the Faith, 2004), soon to be translated into English.
Additional useful features of this dictionary include an abbreviations appendix where one can discover the meanings of AFIDA, EJT, HHI, LUST, PIG, and SAIF, to name a few obscure acronyms.
This is the fourth edition of this dictionary and the first with Cambridge in the title, since Cambridge University Press is now the publisher.
An essential reference tool for everyone in the industry, this dictionary defines over 5,300 terms commonly used in the pulp and paper industry.
Mahy prefaces the book with the disclaimer: "Viruses which only infect bacteria, fungi, invertebrates or plants are outside the scope of this Dictionary.