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On the other hand, the World Book Encyclopedia also corroborated biblical accounts of Jesus on that fateful Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday.
The 22 volumes of The World Book Encyclopedia include expanded coverage of both the Democratic and Republican parties, as well as new entries on presidential hopefuls Rudolph Giuliani and Mitt Romney, which join existing biographies of other candidates.
Using the World Book encyclopedia to look up infantry, tank, and World War I and find the answers to 3-6 questions on each subject.
I opened the World Book Encyclopedia when I was 7, it fell open to puppets, and I said, `That's what I'll do.' It really was that easy."
OCLC's FirstSearch online service, available via the Web, "connects a world of libraries to a universe of information." FirstSearch databases include the WorldCat bibliographic database of books and other materials in libraries worldwide, bibliographic and full-text databases including Reader's Guide Abstracts, SIRS Researcher, The World Almanac, The World Book Encyclopedia, Facts on File, GenderWatch, PsycINFO, Books in Print and Book Review Digest.
He served as United States minister to the Netherlands and Luxembourg from 1913- 1916 (The World Book Encyclopedia, 1972).] Second:
This article describes the process by which the print version of The World Book Encyclopedia was initially converted to electronic form and then enhanced over several subsequent editions.
What do the World Book Encyclopedia, the latest upgrade from Microsoft, National Equirer and the Land's End fall catalog all have in common?
Renowned for its exhaustive coverage and authoritative but accessible entries, the World Book encyclopedia remains an outstanding resource, so engaging that readers of all levels find it hard to put down.
You could check out the World Book Encyclopedia and discover that we're "The Beaver State," that the Western meadowlark is the state bird, the Oregon grape is the state flower and the Douglas fir is the state tree, but you already knew all that, didn't you?
has announced an enhancement to its online version of the World Book Encyclopedia. The latest upgrade--audio pronunciations for the most-hard-to-say words and phrases in the encyclopedia--features the company's largest addition ever of sound files to the World Book Online site.
Brain Quest also has the option to extend students' learning by providing a direct link to the World Book Encyclopedia, and provides an article related to the question being asked.