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Only 15 of the nurses mentioned in the Cyclopedia were on the nursing register in 1908, when the final volume of the Cyclopedia was published.
In addition to detailed listings for more than 7,500 models of cigars, the 672-page Pocket Cyclopedia includes chapters on cigar basics -- construction, shapes, sizes and how to enjoy cigars -- and The Cigar Almanac.
Fletcher Cyclopedia of the Law of Private Corporations [section] 846 (Westlaw through September 2007) [hereinafter Fletcher]; Z.
However, it should be noted that the Masterplots and Cyclopedia summaries are not the products of one individual's vision: the choice of works in these references was determined collaboratively and the actual summaries were contributed by scores of English faculties from dozens of universities (see Masterplots 1976: v-vii).
The informative National Cyclopedia of American Biography said of the younger Garland: [He] "was .
I have come across one critic whose contempt for Andrea is as great as Polette's: one Edward Berdoe, author of The Browning Cyclopedia, (10) who contrasts the reverence of Fra Angelico 'painting his saints and angels on his knees' with the 'soullessness' of Andrea, and declares 'the fellow has the tailor in his blood'.
Harvey Newcomb, A Cyclopedia of Missions: Containing a Comprehensive View of Missionary Operations Throughout the World (New York: Scribner's, 1858).
By the early eighteenth century, Chambers' Cyclopedia (1727-1741) was using "parasite" to describe a type of plant that retied upon another plant for sustenance or support, such as "moss, lichens, and mistletoe," (23) although the social definition continued to predominate.
1 Henry Mayhew, London Labour and the London Poor; Cyclopedia of the Condition and Earnings of Those That Will Work, Those That Cannot work, and Those That Will Not Work, Vol.
She cites Forbes's 1833 Cyclopedia of Practical Medicine, which defines a new category, "The Diseases of Artisans; including "the diseases of literary men"--those which originated from "want of exercise, very frequently from breathing the same atmosphere too long, from the curved position of the body, and from too ardent exercise of the brain" (qtd Steedman 21).
According to the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Deities & Demigods Cyclopedia, "Any time the name Hastur is spoken, there is a 25% chance that Hastur will hear and send 1-4 Byakhee [giant bat-like creatures] to slay the speaker.
The 1900s domestic servant working for an upper-class Anglo-Irish family in the Bay of Plenty outlined the value of business, regional and school histories, and biographical studies; the WWI English war bride newly arrived in the Dominion, described statistical, official and war-related publications and the value of an early 20th-century Cyclopedia for its insights into the social structure of country towns.