Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Encyclopedia (Google eBook)

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Merriam-Webster, 2000 - Reference - 1792 pages
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This ultimate desk reference is a perfect companion to America's bestselling dictionary. This comprehensive, one-volume desk reference includes more than 25,000 clear precise articles, more than 1,700 illustrations and 225 maps, and pronunciations.
  

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A new title in the "Merriam-Webster's Collegiate" line, this one-volume reference resulted from a collaboration with the editorial staff of the Encyclopedia Britannica. In fact, the articles here ... Read full review

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VI
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VII
123
VIII
261
IX
433
X
504
XI
561
XII
624
XIII
710
XX
1183
XXI
1216
XXII
1336
XXIII
1344
XXIV
1412
XXV
1582
XXVI
1667
XXVII
1687

XIV
792
XV
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XVI
869
XVII
913
XVIII
990
XIX
1128
XXVIII
1720
XXIX
1772
XXX
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XXXI
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