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Subject:Re: Telephony Dictionary From:"k.laneuville" <k -dot- laneuville -at- HILL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 28 May 1996 09:18:22 EST
Keith Posner wrote:
>Can anyone tell me the name of a good dictionary of
>We are a small computer company in Italy writing software for telephone
>I can't say that this one is better than any other since it is the only one
>that I have used, but it seems to be sufficient.
Telephony's Dictionary, Second Edition
Telephony Publishing Corp.
Following Chuck's lead, I can't say this is fantastic (there are some eccentric
notations included, however, it is a fairly good general reference). I believer
he's in the ninth or tenth edition at this point. He comes out with a new one
each year. Until my company writes its own, we are using this one.
Newton's Telecom Dictionary
Flatiron Publishing, Inc.
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