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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmonographmon‧o‧graph /ˈmɒnəɡrɑːf $ ˈmɑːnəɡræf/ noun [countable]  SETCNan article or short book that discusses a subject in detail
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monographFurthermore, a monograph of any large tropical group will show varying degrees of recognition of the ecological requirements of different species.Her monograph, Colour in Nature, appeared in 1898.These men did much to make my monograph tolerable.The main strength of this sort of monograph is its potential for detailed interpretation.The monographs should: Introduce the concepts of clean technology to academic and industrial practitioners.
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