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THESThesaurus
THESThessalonians (New Testament)
THESTimes Higher Education Supplement (UK)
ThesThessalian (linguistics)
THESToronto Hydro Energy Services
THESThunder Hill Elementary School (Columbia, MD)
THESTechnicolor Home Entertainment Services, Inc. (Camarillo, CA)
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HASSET's term labels and thesaurus revisions aim to keep abreast with social science and humanities literature.
Paul Getty, the billionaire oilman, Anglophile, and avid collector of art and antiquities, for indirectly sparking early interest in creating a thesaurus of music terms by MLA members.
Hepp and de Bruijn (2007) delimited, in ontology research literature, the terms thesaurus and taxonomy.
The FSTA[TM] Thesaurus is a user aid designed to facilitate searching of the bibliographic database FSTA - Food Science and Technology Abstracts[R].
CONFESS THAT YOU REGULARLY consult a thesaurus, and you call your writing skills and even your intelligence into question, such is the ill repute into which this worthy reference has fallen.
the first edition of Thesaurus Construction and Use (Aitchison & Gilchrist, 1972);
In 1852, Roget introduced a multi-dimensional approach to vocabulary organization in his Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases.
Keywords: Self-organising map, Software retrieval, Query refinement, Thesaurus.
Lists of specific words introduced into seven key reading levels provide a thesaurus with synonyms, guidelines for sentence length and themes, and a reading level-geared reference on popular topics.
The new Merriam-Webster Dictionary & Thesaurus with Comprehensive Reference Set has been released by Franklin Electronic Publishers (Amex: FEP), a manufacturer of handheld electronic devices for reference, language learning and test preparation.
McKellen gave renditions of his other cinematic roles and also read from the Bible, Shakespeare, Roget's Thesaurus (yes, Roget's Thesaurus) and a new work by Armistead Maupin.