Random House dictionary

Robert S. Wachal robert-wachal at UIOWA.EDU
Fri Jan 26 22:15:06 UTC 2001

Sure, Lynne, if I have the right edition.


At 09:17 PM 1/26/01 +0000, you wrote:
>Writing about American dictionaries in England is a pain.  I'd like to
>share my pain with someone who has a copy of the Random House Webster's
>Unabridged Dictionary.  If someone with a copy of this dictionary and a
>little time would look up and answer my queries on fewer than 10 words,
>then they would have my relentless gratitude.  (Happy to do a favor in kind
>as well.)
>Rather than e-mailing my list of queries to the whole list (and possibly
>get several people doing what one could do alone), I ask that any volunteer
>e-mail me privately, and I'll e-mail back my requests.
>M Lynne Murphy
>Lecturer in Linguistics
>School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
>University of Sussex
>Brighton BN1 9QH
>phone +44-(0)1273-678844
>fax   +44-(0)1273-671320

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