-ologies and -isms

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Laurence Urdang, Anne Ryle, Tanya H. Lee
Gale Research Company, 1986 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 795 pages
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Lexicon of English words used of and about theories, concepts, doctrines, systems, attitudes, practices, states of mind, and branches of science. Focuses on words containing the suffixes -ology, -ism, -ics, -graphy, -metry, -archy, -cide, -philia, -phobia, -mancy, -latry, et al., including derivative forms of these words.

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Contents

Ologies Isms
51
CRIME
183
DEAFNESS
189
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Laurence Urdang is a professional lexicographer.

Lee, writer and artist, visited the land of the Colorado Plateau 20 years ago. A few years later, she and her husband bought some land east of Flagstaff, built a house, and relocated from Massachusetts. She has been a freelance writer and artist for many years. Her job as managing editor of the Navajo-Hopi Observer allowed her to pursue her long-standing interest in the Native cultures of northern Arizona and Grand Canyon.

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