Re: dictionary?

Adrian Spratt

The Random House Unabridged on CD is accessible and pretty much ideal for
this purpose. It includes etymologies and is free from ads and other
distractions. I bought my copy four or five years ago, and I see from the
website that the offer has changed, but here's a link to the page so you can
make your own evaluation:

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Sent: Monday, September 12, 2011 10:16 PM
Subject: dictionary?

Does anyone know if there are any dictionary programs accesable with jaws.
I'll probably be needing one for my English class this year. \ Daniel

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