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Re: OED On-Line (was Re: Elf-arrows and Shakespeare)
Poster: Robert J Welenc <email@example.com>
At 08:22 PM 1/27/99, Joyce A. Baldwin wrote:
>Poster: "Joyce A. Baldwin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>So how _does_ one get access to the OED on-line? Melys just moved
>me with her compact edition and I have started to drop hints
>birthday in July...but if it's online...oooh!
>>Poster: "H L. Falls" <email@example.com>
>> I *love* having access to the OED online! :) (Snipped from a
>Joyce A. Baldwin
Alas, good lady, while a number of universities and other educational
institutions have access to an on-line form of the OED, most of them
have limited access to authorized personnel -- students and teachers.
Anybody else is either asked for a password or gets a screen that
says ACCESS FORBIDDEN.
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