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  • Mauersberger (ed.), Matthews’ Textile Fibers, 6th ed. (1954); Jack J.

  • Wingate (ed.), Fairchild’s Dictionary of Textiles, 6th ed. (1979); M.C.

  • Another technology that has gotten less expensive is the ED lens (“ED” stands for “extra-low dispersion”).

  • Overviews of China’s physical and human geography may be found in Brian Hook (ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of China, 2nd ed. (1991); C.V.

  • Douglas (ed.), The New International Dictionary of the Christian Church, 2nd ed. (1978, reissued 1988); and New Catholic Encyclopedia, 2nd ed., 15 vol. (2003), especially useful for study of the Roman Catholic Church.

  • Burant (ed.), Hungary: A Country Study, 2nd ed. (1990); Ferenc Erdei (ed.), Information Hungary (1968), for the communist era; and Éva Molnár (ed.), Hungary: Essential Facts, Figures, and Pictures (1995), for the postcommunist era.

  • In his wake arrived a horde of Sons of Ed – George Ezra (Ed goes on a gap year), Hozier (Ed forgoes hair-care products), Dermot Kennedy (Ed watches The Commitments too many times), James Bay (Ed refuses to take off his hat) etc.

  • Some of her other works were Male and Female: A Study of the Sexes in a Changing World (1949; 2nd ed., 1976); Anthropology: A Human Science (1964); Culture and Commitment (1970; new ed. 1978); Ruth Benedict (1974; new ed., 2005), a biography of that anthropologist; and Blackberry Winter (1972; reissued 1989), an autobiography of her own early years.

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  • Tully (1983); Locke: Political Essays, ed. by Mark Goldie (1997), the most comprehensive collection of Locke’s shorter writings on political theory; Two Tracts on Government, ed. by Philip Abrams (1967); and Two Treatises of Government, ed. by Peter Laslett, 2nd ed. (1967), and a somewhat shorter student ed. (1988), a groundbreaking edition.

  • Currently popular texts include Govier 2014 (7th ed.); Groarke & Tindale 2013 (5th ed.); Bowell and Kemp, 2010 (3rd ed.); Browne & Keeley 2010 (10th ed.); Fisher 2011 (2nd ed.); Seay & Nuccetelli 2012 (2nd ed.); Battersby 2016 (2nd ed.); Weston 2009 (4th edition); and Hughes, Lavery & Doran 2014 (7th ed.).

  • William Lindesay and Wu Qi, Beijing, 6th ed. (2000); Tom Le Bas (ed.), Insight Guide: Beijing, 4th ed. (2000); Peter Neville-Hadley, Cadogan Guides: Beijing (2000); Liu Junwen, Beijing: China’s Ancient and Modern Capital, 2nd ed. (1991); and Damian Harper and Caroline Liou, Beijing, 5th ed. (2002), include detailed descriptions of the city and cover its history, society, and culture.

  • Many works cited and further readings are found in the anthologies above: Boghossian & Peacocke (eds.) 2000, Coliva (ed.) 2012a, Coliva (ed.) 2012b, Frapolli (ed.) 2003, Gertler (ed.) 2003, Goldberg (ed.) 2007, Goldberg (ed.) 2015a, Hatzimoysis (ed.) 2011, Ludlow & Martin (eds.) 1998, Marvan (ed.) 2006, Nuccetelli (ed.) 2003, Schantz (ed.) 2004, Smithies & Stoljar (eds.) 2012, Villanueva (ed.) 1992, 1998, and Wright, et al.

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  • 12 sentence examples for Ed from Encyclopedia Britannica
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  • 1 sentence examples for Ed from New York Times
  • 2 sentence examples for Ed from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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