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What does AHD stand for?
AHD stands for American Heritage Dictionary
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We have 76 other meanings of AHD in our Acronym Attic
- Affordable Housing Directory (New York)
- After Hours Depository
- AIDS and Human Development (United Nations Development Programme)
- Alaska-Hawaii Daylight (GMT-0900)
- Alexandria Health Department (Virginia)
- Altitude Heading Direction
- Alveolar Hydatid Disease
- American Health Decisions
- Analog High Definition (cameras)
- Anti Handling Device
- Association Havraise des Diabétiques (French diabetic association)
- Atherosclerotic Heart Disease
- Australian Height Datum
- American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Second Edition
- American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 3rd Edition
- American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Adolescent Health and Development in Africa (conference)
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But Steve Kleinedler, executive editor of the American Heritage Dictionary, cautions that you need to understand your audience.
An engaging home page includes these sections: "featured authors"; "reference shelf" (featuring citation help from the Modern Language Association and American Psychological Association style guides, the American Heritage Dictionary and Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature); "content spotlight" (providing links to new or high interest content, such as the entry for Jane Austen from Bloom's Major Novelist, a "glossary" of literary criticism and theory terms); and the "book highlights" section, which alerts users to recent additions of full-text monographs such as the Routledge Companion to Russian Literature and Murder by the Book?
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