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Editor in Chief: Laurence Urdang
Editors, Third Edition: Anne Ryle and Tanya H. Lee
Associate Editor, Third Edition: Frank R. Abate
Editor, Second Edition: Charles Hoequist, Jr.
Editor, First Edition: Howard G. Zettler
Editorial Assistants: Peter M. Gross, Barbara Ann Kipfer, John B. Landry, Linda M. D. Legassie, Charles F. Ruhe
Gale Research Company:
Publisher: Frederick G. Ruffner
Editorial Director: Dedria Bryfonski
Director, Indexes and Dictionaries Division: Ellen T. Crowley
Production Supervisor: Mary Beth Trimper
Production Assistant: Michael Vargas
Art Director: Arthur ChartowLibrary of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataMain entry under title:-ologies & -isms.“A Laurence Urdang reference book.”Includes index.1. English language—Reverse indexes. 2. Learningand scholarship—Dictionaries. I. Urdang, Laurence.II. Ryle, Anne. III. Lee, Tanya H. IV. Title: -ologiesand -isms.PE 1680.04 1986 42311 85-31217ISBN 0-8103-1196-8
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