need electronic glossary of auto industry terms

Subject: need electronic glossary of auto industry terms
From: "Misti Tucker USAET(UTC -05:00)" <mtucker2 -at- E-MAIL -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 1997 13:30:22 EST

Cross posted at Becca's request:

Regards,
Misti Anslin Tucker
"Once grammar has been learned, (writing) is simply talking on
paper and in time learning what not to say." Beryl Bainbridge
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Date: Thu, 13 Feb 1997 13:21:02 EST
From: Becca Price <RP51 -at- CHRYSLER -dot- COM>
Subject: need electronic glossary of auto industry terms
To: Multiple recipients of list WINHLP-L <WINHLP-L -at- HUMBER -dot- BITNET>

our ap. has a spelling checker in it, and I've been given the task of
finding or developing a glossary of auto industry terms to include
in the spelling checker's dictionary. I called SAE, and they have
a printed glossary available... does anyone know whether there is
a simple list of auto industry terms (like transaxle and mph) available
in electronic form, so I don't have to retype?

btw, the rationale for giving this assignment to me is because, as
a winhelp developer, I put words in electronic form, and the spelling
checker dictionary consists of words in electronic form... <g>

I love this place.

-becca

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