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  • The Elements of Eloquenceby Mark Forsyth

    Penguin Group US 2014; US$ 9.99

    From classic poetry to pop lyrics, from Charles Dickens to Dolly Parton, even from Jesus to James Bond, Mark Forsyth explains the secrets that make a phrase?such as ?O Captain! My Captain!? or ?To be or not to be??memorable. In his inimitably entertaining and wonderfully witty style, he takes apart famous phrases and shows how you too can write... more...

  • Anonyponymousby John Bemelmans Marciano; John Bemelmans Marciano

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2009; US$ 11.99

    Eponymous, adj. Giving one's name to a person, place, or thing. Anonymous, adj. Anonymous. Anonyponymous, adj. Anonymous and eponymous. The Earl of Sandwich, fond of salted beef and paired slices of toast, found a novel way to eat them all together. Etienne de Silhouette, a former French finance minister, was so notoriously cheap that... more...

  • Instant Vocabularyby Ida Ehrlich

    Pocket Books 2005; US$ 6.99

    LEARNING NEW WORDS IS AS EASY AS ONE, TWO, THREE! RECOGNIZE the keys to the English language, the basic units from which all words are made FOLLOW clear examples of how the key explains a word's origin and meaning -- or how it combines with other keys to create new words BUILD your word power with practical exercises to expand... more...

  • NTC's Pocket Dictionary of Words and Phrasesby Richard A. Spears

    McGraw-Hill Education 2001; US$ 9.95

    The small but very concise NTC's Pocket Dictionary of Words and Phrases offers 6,000 basic and common English words plus 6,000 basic and common English idioms and phrases. You will find this portable title essential in the classroom, at home, or traveling, when you need help to recall word and phrase meanings. more...

  • Building Vocabulary Skills and Strategies Level 8by Elliott Quenley

    Saddleback Publishing 2004; US$ 33.95

    A great vocabulary program that is equally appropriate for younger students working at grade level and older students who have "forgotten" or never mastered the basics. The friendly look and tone of this series belies the comprehensive sweep of more...

  • Roget’s Superthesaurusby Marc McCutcheon

    F+W Media 2008; US$ 19.99

    1,000+ new and expanded entries. Users of this treasury of words will be able to find the perfect synonym or antonym to give their writing precision and color. more...

  • Hot for Wordsby Marina Orlova

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 12.99

    Brilliant philologist and sexy YouTube sensation Marina Orlova is Hot For Words ?and you will be too when you join her on a titillating journey through the origins and meanings of words and phrases. Combining fascinating philology and etymology with provocative, full-colored photos of the alluring author, Hot For Words makes intelligence almost... more...

  • Hispano-romanisches Namenbuchby Lidia Becker

    De Gruyter 2009; US$ 405.00

    The introduction provides an overview of medieval personal nomenclature and of linguistic structures. There are some 110 entries in the dictionary; besides commentaries on cultural and linguistic history, they contain representative lists of instances of the names from editions of medieval documents. The commentaries deal with etymology, the motives... more...

  • OKby Allan Metcalf

    Oxford University Press, USA 2010; US$ 12.99

    It is said to be the most frequently spoken (or typed) word on the planet, more common than an infant's first word ma or the ever-present beverage Coke. It was even the first word spoken on the moon. It is "OK"-- the most ubiquitous and invisible of American expressions, one used countless times every day. Yet few of us know the secret... more...

  • Language in Australiaby Suzanne Romaine

    Cambridge University Press 1991; US$ 77.00

    Linguists and non-linguists will find in this volume a guide and reference source to the rich linguistic heritage of Australia. more...