[lg policy] Webster's dictionary has disappeared

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Wed Mar 21 14:20:37 UTC 2012

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March 21, 2012

Death of a Dictionary? Or an Abduction?

“Webster’s New World Dictionary” seems to have left the
building, says Allan Metcalf.
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