THE BIOLOGIST’S HANDBOOK OF PRONUNCIATIONS
by Edmund C. Jaeger
1960, 317 pages, illustrated. Lists more than 9,000 words most likely to cause difficulty. Introduction includes rules governing syllabification & accentuation, and table of diacritical marks. Specific names are given with Greek or Latin meaning (or English equivalent). Hardcover; 4-3/4 x 7-3/4″.
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