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Best Answer Marcy J. Miller says
Absolutely LOVE your answer! Thanks for taking the time to share and break down the importance and usefulness of an oldschool method, MJennifer. Happy hoarding!
Thank you, Janshares! I appreciate that I'm not alone in the joy of hard-copy dictionaries! The best part of them is that you can browse them and stumble across new words, which seems unlikely (if not impossible) with online editions. Thanks again!
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Dee aka Nonna says
Wow, Dee aka Nonna. It didn't even occur to me that kids wouldn't know how to use them. Thanks for answering.
Lori Colbo says
Yes, lambservant, having enough work space is important. Thanks for answering.
Kevin W says
LOL, so funny, Alphadogg16. I'm feeling a little older about now. :-)
Cianeko Abueva says
Mine are very old but still in good condition. Thanks for answering.
Andrew Spacey says
True, with all the new words and updates over the years. Thanks for answering, chef-de-jour.
Cool, never seen one of those. Thanks for answering, penlady.
William J. Brown says
I'm with you, conneauwriter@ya. I don't think I'll ever switch over. I'm usually just checking for basics, not any new words. Thanks for answering.
Great, to hear I'm not alone. Real books are fading fast. Thanks for answering.
Gail Meyers says
Thanks for answering, Gail Meyers.