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cy·clo·pe·di·a

also cy·clo·pae·di·a  (sī′klə-pē′dē-ə)
n.
An encyclopedia.

[Short for encyclopedia.]

cy′clo·pe′dic (-dĭk) adj.
cy′clo·pe′dist (-dĭst) n.
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DAVIS CO., TABER'S CYCLOPEDIC MEDICAL DICTIONARY 811, 1875 (Donald M.
Cyclopedic treasury of arts and crafts using scrap materials.
that primarily reduce levels of triglycerides" and "have a minor impact on low-density and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol." TABER'S CYCLOPEDIC MEDICAL DICTIONARY 923 (Donald Venes ed., 22d ed.
Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary defines the patient in two ways.
(4.) Tabers Cyclopedic med dictionary 18th edition: Jaypee Publishers, Printed at Delhi: Pg 2054.
A "homosexual" person is defined as "[o]ne sexually attracted to another of the same sex." 16 Taber's Cyclopedic Med.
Shumaker & George Foster Longsdorf, The Cyclopedic Dictionary of Law With an Exhaustive Collection of Legal Maxims 210 (1901); Ballantine's Law Dictionary 276 (3d ed.
Dent, 1924), Alfred Einstein, Das neue Musiklexikon (Berlin: Max Hesse, 1926), Paul Frank and Wilhelm Altmann, Kurzgefafltes Tonkiinstlerlexikon (Leipzig: Merseburger, 1926), and Walter Willson Cobbett, Cobbett's Cyclopedic Survey of Chamber Music (London: Oxford University Press, 1929).
"Agitation may complicate many medical and psychiatric conditions and make patient management difficult, frustrating, and occasionally dangerous" (Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary, 2005, pp.
It was cyclopedic rather than an analytical work, and had wide circulation.