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The one dictionary for americans who need to use their language well.
Paperback, 1120 pages
Published August 1st 1982 by Avon (first published 1980)
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Of all the dictionaries I've purchased over the years -- and there have been many -- this one ranks as the best. It's very rare that I don't find what I'm looking for in this. This is everything a dictionary is supposed to be. Forget Webster, go for an Oxford dictionary every time.
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