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American Rhetoric - Databases of the 100 most significant American political speeches of the 20th century, speeches from the movies, audio clips from famous speeches, and audio and video versions of public speeches, sermons, legal proceedings, lectures, debates, interviews, other recorded media events.


Bartleby.com: Great Books Online
- A wealth of searchable full-text reference, fiction, nonfiction and verse sources including the King James Bible, Roget's Thesaurus, Bartlett's Quotations, Strunk's Elelments of Style,  Columbia Encyclopedia, Gray's Anatomy, and lots more! 


Nolo's Free Dictionary of Law Terms and Legal Definitions
 
- Plain-English definitions for over a thousand legal terms


InfoPlease Almanacs
- Enter your search terms, browse an A-Z index or topical areas encompassing history, statistics, postal information,  biography, U.S. Government, Presidents, the 50 states, the economy, crime and much more.

Intoduction to Basic Legal Citation (Cornell) - A bibliographic citation primer based on the 17th Edition of the "Bluebook."  By Peter W. Martin (Cornell Law School). 


Legal Encyclopedia (Nolo) - Plain-English articles on the legal topics that affect you most. Browse a Topic List, a Table of Contents or enter your own search terms. 


OneLook Dictionaries - Indexes 4,843,201 words in 811 dictionaries. You can search keywords and use wildcard symbols to account for variations in spelling.


RefDesk.com - The site bills itself as "the single best source for facts on the net." Includes top reference tools, almanacs, dictionary and news search boxes, links to fact finders, perpetual calendar, Consumer Price Indexes, encyclopedias, and so much more.   


Style Guides - These links take you to excerpts or tutorials from either the...
APA Style Guide
(by the Associated Press Assoc.),
Turabian's Style Guide
or to the
MLA Style Guide
  (by the Modern Language Assoc.) as well as to a page for
Electronic Reference Formats
Recommended by the APA
.                  


U. S. Postal Service Zipcode Lookup  - The U.S. Postal Service offers a search template for finding zip+4 codes by entering a full address or finding all the codes associated with a particular city.        


Virtual Law Library's Reference Page (REFLAW) - Links to general reference tools from the virtual law library reference desk at Washburn University School of Law Library.


Your Dictionary.com -A wide selection of dictionaries and information on grammar.                                   

 
 




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