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The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language.   This dictionary provides over 90,000 entries featuring 10,000 new words and senses, 70,000 audio word pronunciations, 900 full-page color illustrations, language notes and word-root appendixes.

Merriam-Webster Online.  You have to subscribe to the Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary, but the site also provides a free dictionary and a free thesaurus, plus word games and a word of the day.  This site provides a dictionary, a thesaurus, a foreign language translation service, and much, much more.

World Book Online.  World Book Online includes a searchable encyclopedia, an atlas, a historical ďsurf the agesĒ, current events, as well as resources for students, parents, and teachers.

Columbia Encyclopedia.  This encyclopedia contains nearly 51,000 entries (marshalling six and one-half million words on a vast range of topics) and more than 80,000 hypertext cross-references.

Rogetís II: The New Thesaurus.  Rogetís contains 35,000 synonyms and over 250,000 cross-references in an easy-to-use format. This thesaurus features succinct word definitions and an innovative hyperlinked category index

Robertís Rules of Order.  In 1876 General Henry M. Robert set out to bring the rules of the American Congress to members of ordinary societies. His booklet has made Robertís name synonymous with the orderly rule of reason in deliberative societies.

Familiar Quotations.  John Bartlettís work contains over 11,000 searchable quotations, phrases, and proverbs which he traces to their origins in ancient and modern literature.

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