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Internet Resources

Cambridge Dictionaries Online at http://dictionary.cambridge.org.

Fox News at http://www.foxnews.com.

Huffington Post at http://www.huffingtonpost.com.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary at http://www.merriam-webster.com.

NBC News at http://nbcnews.com.

Online Etymology Dictionary at http://www.etymonline.com.

4 thoughts on “Bibliography

  1. Hi Andrew,

    Shameless self promotion: Do you think you might like to add my book to your bibliography?:

    Michael P. Marks, Metaphors in International Relations Theory (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)

    1. Michael – I’d be honored to add your book to my list of references. I am not familiar with your work, but I just read your introductory chapter online. It looks like excellent scholarship. I look forward to reading it in its entirety. I am “toying” with the idea of having a new feature on my blog of occasionally reviewing new books on metaphor research. I will certainly include your book on my list of important new books! Thanks for reading my blog!

  2. Hello,
    My name is Nataly. I was working on research of linguistic tools and found your blog. This page contains a really great list of resources and I want to say thanks for it! Also, I want to suggest a one more link to a definition dictionary which I use frequently (Apart from definitions it provides rhymes, quotes and idioms). I see that you already have a few links to the related services on this page, so adding – http://www.dictionary.net probably would be a good new opportunity for your visitors to find more information.
    Thanks,

    1. Hi Nataly! Thanks for the tip on the online dictionary. I am not familiar with that one. I will certainly check it out. Thanks for reading the blog!

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