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Subject:Re: Best dictionary? From:Sarah Lee Bihlmayer <tecscrib -at- SIRIUS -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 9 Jan 1996 23:50:40 -0700
On January 8, Jane Bergen wrote:
>wouldn't it be more cost-effective (and easier to maintain) to
>just invest in a really GOOD online dictionary that everyone could
One such dictionary is the hypertext Webster interface, found on the Web at http://c.gp.cs.cmu.edu:5103/prog/webster. It's a search-engine interface
to a dictionary database which lives on a Webster server at the U of
Michigan. Coolest feature is that the definitions include hyperlinks for
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