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Dietl out on CD
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AmiHH  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 10:34
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May 7, 2002

I heard that the Dietl/Lorenz Dictionary of Legal, Commercial and Political Terms was not going to come out til 2002, but I just found a copy of the new CD version under the following address!



http://www.acolada.de/index.html?http://www.acolada.de/unilex/bestellen/wb-de-en.html



Finally!



Just thought I\'d share.



AmiHH


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Trudy Peters  Identity Verified
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Dietl May 8, 2002

It *IS* 2002, isn\'t it??

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AmiHH  Identity Verified
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oops I meant 2003 May 8, 2002

Oops Trudy!!!



I meant 2003. Someone posted a while back and said it was meant to come out in 2003. I couldn\'t find the message though. Beck Verlag has been saying that it will come out for months and years. At any rate, my colleague bought the CD at a bookstore in Berlin the other day, so it is indeed out!



Now the 10 euro question. Has anyone tried it out? Was it worth the wait?



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