Composition of Scientific Words: A Manual of Methods and a Lexicon of Materials for the Practice of Logotechnics

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents 1
  • Foreword 3
  • Introduction 7
  • CROSS-REFERENCE LEXICON 62
  • Bibliography 877
  • Index 881
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