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Encyclopedia Britannica Almanac 2004

Encyclopedia Britannica Almanac 2004

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Published by Encyclopedia Britanica, INC. in Chicago .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationv. 1150p :
Number of Pages1150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24958105M
ISBN 101593390726
ISBN 109781593390723
OCLC/WorldCa605724031

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Awards: exceptional depth and detail on major awards, with past and recent winners of the Nobel Prizes, Academy Awards, Pulitzers, Golden Globes, Tony Awards, and more. Krishnan aimed at providing more useful and relevant solutions to customer needs, extending and renewing Britannica's historical emphasis on "Utility", [80] which had been the watchword of its first edition in A printer, Colin Macfarquharand an engraver, Andrew Bellformed a partnership to create a new book that would embody the new spirit of scholarship. In Marchthe company announced that the edition would be the last printed version.

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