It is a dictionary purporting to define American in terms of British, and vice versa. It also includes a number of articles outlining reasons for, and instances of, differences between American and British English.
29th February 2004 USA, May 2004 UK.
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It's the spinning delta (δ for dictionary), and many of them can link together , as words do both semantically and in lexical networks.
Online on the web; in book form from here, amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Borders, and amazon.uk.
The whole project is now available on the web. All the files are in html, and the graphics are gifs and jpegs. As such, pages can be saved from your browser in various formats (text, postscript, html) and printed on your local set-up. Of course, you could also get the book .
The dictionary is (currently) only available as a web page and book . I'm interested in making other formats (text file, PalmOS file, database, PDF, other?). Let me know what you'd like.
email is the best for me. I currently don't IRC, salon, or messenger.
The whole work is copyright © Jeremy Smith, 1991-2017.
When you send them to me please remind me to add them here, in the 'about' section - thanks! See the FAQ for questions about words, language, and spelling.
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