laurence.horn at YALE.EDU
Tue Jun 10 04:06:08 UTC 2003
At 7:41 PM -0700 6/9/03, Arnold Zwicky wrote:
>ron butters, re RHHDAS:
> >Those of us who attended the meeting last month of the Dictionary
> >Society of North America heard Jesse Sheidlower announce that Oxford
> >University Press will definitely be publishing the remaining
> >volumes. They have secured a grant from the National Endowment for
> >the Humantities to pay for part of the editing process.
>very big huzzah! good for OUP!
>i assume that now it will be HDAS (with the RH silent, as in
>our local research institution PARC, where the Xerox is silent).
>or maybe OHDAS (though i'm inclined to go on with "oh, das ist ein
>arnold (zwicky at csli.stanford.edu), who knows full well it's "ach"
This really is great news indeed--bravo to OUP and the NEH. I'm not
sure "OHDAS" would make sense as a label, though, given that the
first two volumes are still RHHDAS. "HDAS" seems to me to make the
most sense, neutralizing the distinction. Speaking of which, can
anyone think of other cases off the tops of their respective heads in
which the first m volumes of a multi-volume work were published by
one publisher and the final n volumes by another?
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