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Explanation: to pay a visit to www.geocities.com/glosspost and get access to over 5000 online glossaries.
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Evert DELOOF-SYS Belgium Local time: 10:34 Native speaker of: Dutch, Flemish PRO pts in pair: 395
Explanation: If you're looking for a printed glossary, rather than on-line, you should contact 'la maison du dictionnaire' in Paris. Its website address is www.lmdd.com and you can order books online. They have a huge range of dictionaries and glossaries and, as it is not just a bookshop, but also a publishing company, they also publish many of their own, in French or in many different language combinations...