Re: Suggestions for dictionaries

Subject: Re: Suggestions for dictionaries
From: Brad Connatser <cwrites -at- USIT -dot- NET>
Date: Tue, 8 Oct 1996 13:34:43 GMT

In article <2 -dot- 2 -dot- 32 -dot- 19961007174258 -dot- 00699604 -at- if -dot- scientech -dot- com>, Mike Ingram
<MIngram -at- scientech -dot- com> wrote:

> My company is planning to purchase a couple of dictionaries and has asked
> for suggestions. Where I worked previously, we used Webster's 3rd
> unabridged and McGraw Hill Scientific and Technical Dictionary for general
> references and some specialized ones as well. Does anyone have any
> additional suggestions or know of a Web page that describes various options?

If your company uses scientific discourse, I recommend the "IEEE Standard
Dictionary of Electrical and Electronics Terms" as a supplement to your
Webster's. It has a comprehensive dictionary of electrical and electronic
abbreviations in the back.

Brad

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Brad Connatser
Concurrent Communications
cwrites -at- usit -dot- net


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