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Subject:Re: Dictionaries From:Rebecca Phillips <Rebecca -at- QRONUS -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Wed, 29 Jan 1997 16:08:55 +0200
It also has cool illustrations and interesting word histories.
>From: George F. Hayhoe[SMTP:gfhayhoe -at- SCESCAPE -dot- NET]
>Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 1997 4:03 PM
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>John Fisher asked about dictionaries. I've been partial to the American
>Heritage College Dictionary (3rd ed. 1993) for the past 20 years because of
>its excellent guidance on usage. Unlike other dictionaries I'm familiar
>with, the AH bases its usage notes on extensive surveys of its usage panel,
>a distinguished group of writers, academics, and other experts in the use
>of the language.
>--George Hayhoe (gfhayhoe -at- scescape -dot- net)
>George Hayhoe Associates
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