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Contains the full texts of thousands of scholarly and reference e-books from several publishers, covering many subject areas.
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A combined catalog of over 7.8 million books and other library materials from many of Ohio's universities, colleges, community colleges, and the State Library of Ohio.
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Contains full text articles from more than 10,000 academic journals from top scholarly publishers, academic societies, and university presses. The EJC covers a wide range of disciplines and contains just published scientific research as well as historical journal articles.
Features of slang dictionaries
- Alphabetizes slang words and phrases.
- Duplicates are ordered by part of speech, e.g., adjective, noun, then verb.
- Duplicates with the same part of speech are ordered by which was used first (chronological).
- Dates: If C is included (e.g., 18C), the term was used during the entire century. The + sign indicates a term is still in use. A label like [1990s] indicates current/recent usage.
- Other labels, in parentheses, indicate geographical usage (US) and social/cultural usage (teen).
- Terms in small caps in an entry are also found in the dictionary.
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