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Nov
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comment Where can I obtain an English dictionary with structured data?
@ClayNichols I just fetched the file myself and it looks like the contents have already been built. It seems the instructions still refer to an era where it was probably spread across multiple floppies somehow. (That said, it turns out to be questionable for my own use because it looks like it uses NA pronunciation. So I'm still on the hunt...)
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comment A positive way to describe a know it all
I'm amused that an example of someone showing great knowledge would use the name Ken.
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accepted In British English, should it be “licensee” or “licencee”?
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comment In British English, should it be “licensee” or “licencee”?
Drat, I thought it might come to the choice of verb. It sounds like management want to use "licence" for nouns and "license" for verbs. I am used to using "licence" for both.
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asked In British English, should it be “licensee” or “licencee”?