monograph monograph  /ˈmɑ nə ˌɡræf/


  • (n) a detailed and documented treatise on a particular subject


  1. After eight years, and 10,000 pages of research, Dr Bellow wrote a medical monograph on the pancreas.
  2. Patterson's definitive work cannot be put down as commonplace for it is a monograph, no less.
  3. However scholarly the monograph was, it couldn't hide the racial prejudice of the writer.


  1. Monograph Publishing Releases New Children’s Book About an Artistic, Mischievous, French Cat

    Monograph Publishing: “The Grand Adventures of Petit Louis” by Kayce M. Swigelson is a children’s book about a vain little black and white cat who travels the streets of Paris searching for the perfect birthday gift for his owner, Claire. Petit Louis, a handsome tuxedo cat, considers anything without a mustache to be inferior, so as he roams the streets looking for Claire’s present, he stops ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. Oklahoma High Court Logrolls State Tort Reform Law

    Fifteen years ago, Washington Legal Foundation published a groundbreaking Monograph, "Who Should Make America's Tort Law: Courts or Legislatures?" Authors Victor Schwartz, Mark Behrens, and Mark Taylor described a growing tension between state legislatures and their passage of laws aimed at curbing abuses in personal injury and other types of "tort" litigation, and state courts, which asserted ...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Forbes


  1. "The photograph exists as part of the installation as a whole and has been widely published and exhibited throughout the world," John said. "It can be found in the monograph of Ms. Goldin's works entitled 'The Devil's Playground' ...... and...
    on Sep 27, 2007 By: Elton John Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

  2. "We're excited to expand our e-content by offering Gale electronic reference and monograph products," said George Coe, president, Library and Educational, at Baker & Taylor.
    on Mar 12, 2009 By: George Coe Source: MarketWatch (press release)

  3. "I know of no other precedent for FDA banning an ingredient with a USP monograph absent documented health and safety issues," Giffords wrote in a letter to her constituents.
    on May 24, 2008 By: Gabrielle Giffords Source: Arizona Daily Star

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