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Subject:Re: Best dictionary? From:Tom T Kiersted/asf <Tom_T_Kiersted/asf -at- ASF-NOTES -dot- FOUNDRY -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 8 Jan 1996 09:43:55 EDT
>Could you be more specific? I have around 150 dictionaries
>(Engl/Czech/Slovak). Could you be more specific as to exactly what you need
>and what is your price range.
Thanks for a very polite reply. The question, of couse, isn't if I could be
more specific, but if I could be more vague. The communications/publications
team is well-set for dictionaries. What I'm charged with procuring is a batch
of cheap, English, general-purpose dictionaries for the administrative offices
of a small US company. The price range? As inexpensive as is reasonable.