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Behind The Names
Learn the meaning behind the names. Other name related resources. Appears to be screen reader usable.
Computer and Internet Terms
Look up Computer and Internet related terms.
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the most complete dinosaur dictionary on the web. You can also find books for medical terminology, law, measurement conversion, foreign languages, biology, semantics and more.
English Pronouncing Dictionary
Allows you to type in a word and get the pronunciation in an audible format.
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How Stuff Works
Provides answers to this question over a wide variety of subjects.
Merriam Webster Online Dictionary
gives you access to definitions from the Merriam-Webster CollegiateŽ Dictionary and Thesaurus. This Web site also features the "Word of the day," "Word games," and "Word for the Wise."
This site offers an invaluable repository of all kinds of facts about the various nations. Information on products, including comparisons with other nations, their flags and more.
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Phrase Thesaurus (Phrase Finder)
This is a subscription based service designed to find phrases rather than words. Enter a word and it will provide several phrases using that word.
Proverbs at Said What?
Allows you to locate famous proverbs using a number of different methods.
This is the sister site to Nation Master. Here you'll find statistics about the various states. Comparisons with other states, their flags and much more.
The Canadian Encyclopedia
Search or browse by broad topic for almost any aspect of Canadian history and culture. You can also explore a timeline of Canadian history, the 100 greatest events in Canadian history, interactive resources, or quizzes that test your knowledge of Canada. The site also includes the full text of the Encyclopedia of Music in Canada.
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Since its first publication in 1768, The Encyclopedia Britannica has been considered the world's most comprehensive reference product. Unfortunately, for more than 200 years this reference material was not accessible in its entirety to people who were blind or visually impaired. With the advances in the field of technology and the power of the Internet, this research tool is now available to blind computer users. Encyclopedia Britannica Online includes the complete encyclopedia, the Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and the Britannica Book of the Year. The Encyclopedia Britannica Online can be used to search an Internet directory that includes more than 130,000 links to Web sites selected, rated, and reviewed by Britannica editors. Through this service, one can find more than 72,000 articles, updated and revised by EB editors and contributors. The Encyclopedia contains over 10,000 illustrations, including photographs, drawings, maps, and flags. The Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary contains more than 75,000 definitions, including pronunciation guides and word histories.
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You Say It How?
A catalog of audio files of thousands of hard to pronounce names of current individuals. Provided by the Missouri State Library For The Blind.
Has links to over 500 dictionaries.