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Encarta

Microsoft's digital encyclopedia. Launched in 1993 on CD-ROM, Encarta was initially based on the Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia and later augmented with the inclusion of Collier's and New Merit Scholar's Encyclopedias. With approximately 60,000 articles, compared to Wikipedia's nearly three million, Encarta was discontinued in 2009.
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But there's a twist with Encarta Fine Wines - it does actually have some wine in stock.
So when I was asked to write about ROI for legal marketing, I had to see what Microsoft Encarta said about "return" and "investment."
I have learned English in the old school and only thanks to the Examiner for presenting me an Encarta Concise English Dictionary for a best letter that I know fully the meaning of this dished-out expression.
Previous Phytochemical studies of some fungicidal plants have shown the presence of tannins, alkaloids, flavonoids and saponins (Harbone, 1973; Leven and Vilentinct, 1981; Olugbade et at, 1992; Encarta, 2006).
It announced in March the discontinuation of both versions of its Encarta encyclopedia.
If you're going to use a digital resource for encyclopaedias, there are really only two major players - Encarta and the Britannica.
The site will feature a virtual timeline to find historical content from partners, such as Wikipedia, Encarta and others, and enable users to upload their own personal memories and experiences, in the form of photographs, video, audio and text, which they can choose to share with the world or their own private group of friends.
By comparison, Encarta.com's hit rate has decreased by 50 percent, now bringing in less than 1 percent.
Microsoft will provide advanced search results for web search, as well as quick and easy access to information such as stock quotes, movie times, and common facts via Encarta Instant Answers.
The Encarta World English Dictionary defines translation as "the rendering of something written or spoken in one language in words of a different language." The part of this definition that applies to the concept of translational biomedicine is the idea of different languages.
microsoft.com/education) has released four new academic-specific products, all available in time for the new school year: Learning Essentials for Microsoft Office, Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit for Windows XP, Microsoft Student 2006, and Microsoft Encarta Academic Online.
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