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On Thursday, October 23, 1997 3:07 PM, Rebecca Carr wrote:
> I'm trying to expand my reference library and I want to add a good
> telecommunications dictionary of terms and acronyms. I find many of
> my questions are answered in my electronics books or Computer Glossary,
> but would really like to have one or two VERY CURRENT books that
> are dedicated to this topic.