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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English

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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English
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Publisher: The Clarendon Press
ISBN/ASIN: B0039VAXVI
Number of pages: 1088

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This is the 1919 edition of this book, which in its own province and on its own scale uses the materials and follows the methods by which the Oxford editors have revolutionized lexicography. The book is designed as a dictionary, and not as an encyclopedia.

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