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(EN) - Glossary of equestrian terms | Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Glossary of equestrian terms

This is a basic glossary of equestrian terms that includes both technical terminology and jargon developed over the centuries for horses and other equidae, as well as various horse-related concepts. Where noted, some terms are used only in American English (US), only in British English (UK), or are regional to a particular part of the world, such as Australia (Au).

"This is a basic glossary of equestrian terms that includes both technical terminology and jargon developed over the centuries for horses and other equidae, as well as various horse-related concepts. Where noted, some terms are used only in American English (US), only in British English (UK), or are regional to a particular part of the world, such as Australia (Au)."


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(EN) Common medical abbreviations. bid, tid, qd, hs, stat, NGT... | globalrph.com

(EN) Common medical abbreviations. bid, tid, qd, hs, stat, NGT... | globalrph.com | terminology and translation | Scoop.it

"Common medical abbreviations for medical transcription.

Author: R. Strucel.  This reference was created for Globalrph to help translate occasional texting codes that appear sporadically in correspondence from friends, colleagues, and other professionals. At least once a month I receive messages from younger professionals that are difficult to decipher based on the presence of several texting shorthand abbreviations.   I had the author create two separate versions.  The primary version simply lists the acronym followed by the definition.  The alternative version lists the phrase / translation first and the texting code that represents the phrase.


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(EN) - Search and share chemistry | chemspider.com

(EN) - Search and share chemistry | chemspider.com | terminology and translation | Scoop.it

"ChemSpider is a free chemical structure database providing fast access to over 29 million structures, properties and associated information. By integrating and linking compounds from more than 440 data sources, ChemSpider enables researchers to discover the most comprehensive view of freely available chemical data from a single online search. It is owned by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

ChemSpider builds on the collected sources by adding additional properties, related information and links back to original data sources. ChemSpider offers text and structure searching to find compounds of interest and provides unique services to improve this data by curation and annotation and to integrate it with users’ applications."


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(EN) (PDF) - Style Manual | undp.org

"STYLE MANUAL - United Nations Development Programme"


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(EN) (FR) (DE) (ES) (PDF) - Dictionary of Applied Geology | Merkel B., Berrios D., Birkle P., Planer-Friedrich B., Portugal E., Santoyo E., Santoyo S. (2001)

"This dictionary was compiled by hydrogeologists from Germany, Mexico and Nicaragua. German and Spanish expressions were established by native speakers, all of them with a good knowledge of English and some French. However no native English or French speaker has reviewed the dictionary so far. Using the dictionary you will additionally recognize that some translations are still missing in one or more languages while they are already available in others. Further some special expressions you are looking for might be neglected at all."


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