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March 23rd, 2005
New Britannica Keeps Pace with Change
New and revised articles spanning science and technology, literature and the Middle East are at the center of the just-published Encyclopaedia Britannica for 2005.
Among the new articles included in the 32-volume work are a substantial number in science and medicine, such as SARS, monkeypox, nanotechnology and computer crime.
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