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Joseph Wright

(1855—1930) philologist and dialectologist


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The Architecture of Joseph Wright's English Dialect Dictionary: Preparing the Computerised Version

In the Line of Fire: Youth, Guns, and Violence in Urban America. By Joseph F. Sheley and James D. Wright. Aldine de Gruyter, 1995. 180 pp. Cloth, $37.95; paper, $18.95

Joseph Jefferson Burr Wright (1801—1878)

Joseph Wright (1734—1797) painter

Joseph Wright (1756—1793)

Manfred Markus, Clive Upton, Reinhard Heuberger (eds.). Joseph Wright's English Dialect Dictionary and Beyond. Studies in Late Modern English Dialectology.

McCabe, Joseph Martin [pseud. Arnold Wright; name in religion Antony] (1867-1955), freethinker

WRIGHT, Frank Joseph Henry (1901 - 1970), Music Director, GLC (formerly LCC) Parks Department, since 1955; Member of Corporation, and Examiner, Trinity College of Music, London, since 1963; Professor and Examiner, Guildhall School of Music and Drama since 1945

Wright, John Joseph (died 1979), Roman Catholic Cardinals, Theologians

Wright, Joseph

Wright, Joseph (16 July 1756)

WRIGHT, Joseph (1734 - 1797), Painter, draughtsman

Wright, Joseph (1734–97)

Wright, Joseph (1734–97)

Wright, Joseph (1734–97)

Wright, Joseph (1734–97)

Wright, Joseph (1734–97)

WRIGHT, Joseph (1756 - 1793), Painter, sculptor, modeller, medallist

WRIGHT, Joseph (1855 - 1930), Fellow British Academy; Professor of Comparative Philology, Oxford University, 1901-25; Deputy Professor, 1891–1901; Emeritus Professor, 1925

Wright, Joseph (1855–1930)

Wright, Joseph (1855–1930)

Wright, Joseph (1855–1930)

Wright, Joseph (1855–1930)

Wright, Joseph (1855-1930), philologist and dialectologist

WRIGHT, Joseph (1917 - 2002), Secretary (Chief Executive), National Pharmaceutical Association (formerly National Pharmaceutical Union), 1961–81

Wright, Joseph (3 Sept. 1734)

Wright, Joseph (3 Sept. 1734)

Wright, Joseph Albert (born 1809), State Governors, U.S. Representatives, Diplomats

Wright, Joseph (died 1793), Sculptors, Painters

 

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(1855–1930),

lexicographer and philologist, editor (1891–1905) of the English Dialect Dictionary and author of the English Dialect Grammar (1905) and several primers and grammars of Old and Middle English, Old and Middle German, and Gothic.

Subjects: history — literature.


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