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There are so many dictionaries there in print, could anyone tell me which one is the best and why do you think it is. ( no this isnt a survey, I am needing it to achieve my associates degree in Business Management)
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I swear by Webster's Collegiate because it is American and it is for college people. There are other fine ones, however, which I am sure you will soon hear about.
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you need a forklift to get it onto your desk


Or you can prop it on some bricks and use it as a desk
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I think Webster's Third New International Dictionary is remarkable in its thoroughness and clarity. It is unabridged, unlike Webster's Collegiate.

Another very useful and interesting-in-its-own-right reference is Webster's Dictionary of English Usage. It fully answers many of the questions posted on grammar forums.
Mister Micawber,
There are other fine ones, however, which I am sure you will soon here about.


Hear!
Hear!
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The trouble with the Third International, Steve, is that you need a forklift to get it onto your desk. The Collegiate will do you quite nicely for all practical purposes.

Of course, you could get it on CD-ROM.
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