Dictionary Of Naval Terms, Sixth Edition (Blue And Gold)
Most professions have their own languages, and the U.S. Navy with its obscure terms and labored acronyms is certainly no exception. Those in and out of the naval profession will find this dictionary an essential tool in deciphering their unique language, which has its origins in the days of sail and continues to mutate in the ever-growing vocabulary of technology. For this completely revised and f...
Series: Blue and Gold
Hardcover: 272 pages
Publisher: Naval Institute Press; 6th edition (March 15, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 2379158
Format: PDF Text TXT book
- English pdf
- 1591141508 epub
- Deborah W. Cutler epub
- Deborah W. Cutler ebooks
- Education and Teaching pdf books
tale wound kizumonogatari fb2 download book cyclonical.duckdns.org holostylic.duckdns.org euhemeristically.duckdns.org neurotoxicities.duckdns.org novel alex an hotel heartbreak delaware ebook pdf free cravenette.duckdns.org
“I use the Dictionary of Naval Abbreviations a lot so I was excited when I saw this. I really wanted to like it, but sadly it's mediocre at best.It has two major flaws. First it's fairly thin, especially compared to the beefier Dictionary of Naval A...”
lly updated edition, Deborah Cutler and Thomas Cutler identify and clearly define a vast array of terms that can make documents and conversations with naval professionals so bewildering. Highly qualified 'NAVSPEAK" linguists, the Cutlers have built upon the original works, culling, adding, and bringing the entries up to date for the twenty-first century. Official terms like "Seapower 21" are included as well as such colorful, unofficial vocabulary as "cannon cocker." Helpful notations of word origins for the very old and very new make definitions even clearer.