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The Canadian Press Stylebook

The Canadian Press Stylebook is a one-stop reference book used by journalists at Canada’s national news agency as they deliver hundreds of stories a day to newspapers, broadcasters and Internet sites.

A bestseller for years and now available in Lingofy!

The Associated Press Stylebook

AP Stylebook’s authoritative guidance is supported by about 185,000 definitions from Webster’s New World College Dictionary, fifth edition, together in a single, comprehensive resource for your writing and editing needs.

Webster’s New World College Dictionary has been AP Stylebook’s first reference for spelling, style, usage and foreign geographic names for decades. Under the stewardship of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, you will benefit from a renewed commitment to dictionary definitions that are clear, precise, updated and reliable.

Thoroughly reviewed and revised by an expert editorial staff, this new fifth edition includes nearly 5,000 new words and senses, including deleverage, hashtag, niqab and selfie. Since the 1930s, the Webster’s New World brand has been synonymous with rigorous research and clearly written, easily accessible definitions.

This mobile-optimized online subscription offers all the features of AP Stylebook Online, including:

  • updates throughout the year, with email notifications as AP editors add or change entries
  • access to Ask the Editor, where you can search thousands of previously answered questions in the archive and submit your own query to Stylebook editor David Minthorn
  • the ability to create your own custom listings and add notes on entries
  • phonetic spellings of hundreds of words and audio files so you can hear the right way to say names in the news.
  • The Media Law Guide’s framework for understanding some of the legal questions commonly encountered in news gathering and publishing.

With Stylebook & Webster’s New World Online , a single search delivers results from both your trusted journalist’s resource and our primary dictionary, and clearly identifies the source of each entry.

The Financial Times Stylebook

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Webster’s New World College Dictionary has been AP Stylebook’s first reference for spelling, style, usage and foreign geographic names for decades. Under the stewardship of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, you will benefit from a renewed commitment to dictionary definitions that are clear, precise, updated and reliable.

Thoroughly reviewed and revised by an expert editorial staff, this new fifth edition includes nearly 5,000 new words and senses, including deleverage, hashtag, niqab and selfie. Since the 1930s, the Webster’s New World brand has been synonymous with rigorous research and clearly written, easily accessible definitions.