SI Cover Jinx; Ants on a Log
JBaker at STRADLEY.COM
Thu Jan 17 15:22:33 UTC 2002
I think you're missing something here. When I log into the OED
(which I access on a cost-effective basis through the Quality Paperback Book
Club, qpb.com) and search for Macadamia, it presents a listing beginning
with the 1904 cite, but there is also a button marked "Later" at the upper
right corner of the screen. When I click that button, it presents a "NEW
EDITION: draft entry Mar. 2000," and the draft entry includes cites from
1857 and 1927.
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> Oh c'mon Fred, stop arguing the ridiculous. The revised OED entry is
> bad. They didn't "pick and choose" to lead with 1904 rather than 1858 or
> 1880 or 1893.
> And I never said that every word from everywhere in the world must be
> in the OED.
> And yes, I know that AMERICAN SPEECH note on "86" was prepared before I
> posted on "86" in December. But it's a bad note anytime.
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