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Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 11th Edition
The new Eleventh Edition of America's best-selling dictionary merges print, CD-ROM, and Internet-based formats to deliver unprecedented accessibility and flexibility at one affordable price. Fully revised print content features more than 225,000 clear and precise definitions and more than 10,000 new words and meanings. Includes easily installable CD-ROM and free one-year subscription to new Collegiate Web site.
Price: $27.95
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Merriam-Webster's Dictionary and Thesaurus
wo essential language references integrated into one handy volume with nearly 60,000 dictionary entries and nearly 500 new thesaurus entries added to cover new vocabulary.
Price: $8.99
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Merriam-Webster's English & Spanish Reference Set
An affordable language reference set that includes: The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, The Merriam-Webster Thesaurus and the updated Spanish-English Dictionary.
Price: $21.00
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Merriam-Webster's Spanish-English Dictionary
The best-selling bilingual, bidirectional dictionary! Designed to help users communicate effectively in Spanish and American English and includes up-to-date coverage of essential, current vocabulary. Nearly 5,000 new translations and hundreds of new words added. More than 80,000 entry words and phrases with 100,000 translations.
Price: $6.99
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The Merriam-Webster Dictionary
An all-new edition of the best-selling dictionary covering core vocabulary of everyday life. New words added from a variety of life. More than 70,000 updated definitions. Includes pronunciations, word origins, synonym lists, and over 8,000 usage examples aid understanding. Over 50 million copies sold!!
Price: $7.50
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United States Constitution, Study Guide
On July 4, 1776, the United States declared itself a free and independent nation. Two weeks later, the Continental Congress began working on the Articles of Confederation to create a government for the new country. By 1787 that government was found to be ineffective. A convention was called to amend the articles. The delegates quickly realized amendment wasn't enough, a new type of government had to be created. The result of their deliberations was the Constitution of the United States, ratified in 1789. The First Congress proposed ten amendments, known as the Bill of Rights. Over the next 210 years there were seventeen more amendments. This book will help you to read, study and understand the founding documents of our nation as well as the rights and responsibilities of our government and citizens.
Price: $14.95
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