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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglossaryglos‧sa‧ry /ˈɡlɒsəri $ ˈɡlɒː-, ˈɡlɑː-/ ●○○ noun (plural glossaries) [countable]  TCNa list of special words and explanations of their meanings, often at the end of a book
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glossaryIt is well illustrated and includes problems and a glossary but has a scanty index.Happy Market, a glossary with color images of essential ingredients.The book contains a comprehensive glossary of the computer terms covered and there is also a complete Answer Book.There is also a wine list manager, cooking glossary, substitutions guide and a seasonings guide.Lists of various kinds, including glossaries and indexes.A selective glossary of terms relating to credit finance documents appears in Appendix 2.Adjustment has replaced Development in the glossary of the International set.The glossaries and answer keys also make it suitable for self-study.
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