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PREFACE Dictionaries welcomes essays, notes, and reviews concerned with monolingual and bilingual lexicography, including proposals for new dictionaries, reports describing dictionaries in progress, and historical studies of dictionaries and the lexicographers who made them. Our audience includes professional dictionary-makers, book collectors, scholars interested in lexicography, and a wide range of readers whose curiosity encompasses dictionaries and their role in the language culture of the communities that produced them. Before submitting completed essays, contributors are advised to provide the Editor with a brief outline or abstract of the proposed submission. The Journal is published annually, and completed submissions should be in the Editor's hands by September first of the year of publication. The Journal will publish contributions in the two official languages of North America, English and French. All contributions should be submitted in duplicate on standard 8 1/2 ? 11 inch bond paper. Matters of format and citation follow the principles of the MLA Style Manual (New York: MLA, 1988). Contributors will find the current issue of Dictionaries a useful guide to citation style. The Editor, assisted by the publications committee and invited referees, will inform contributors promptly of the acceptance or rejection of a proposed article or review. Contributors should recognize the variety of our readers by clarifying technical terms or historical details; they should also understand that excellence of style is always expected. Quotation of the work of others must be accurate and accompanied by a complete citation of the source: copyrighted material included in contributions must be used only with the written permission of the copyright owner. All contributors are exvn VlU pected to be members of the Dictionary Society of North America during the year in which their submissions are published . All published material in Dictionaries will be copyrighted in the name of the Society. Fees received for reprintings will be divided equally with authors. Offprints will not be provided , but the Society will allow an author to reproduce his or her contribution for personal, professional, or classroom use. Any republication of material from Dictionaries requires written permission from the Society. The Publications Committee for 1987-89 includes these members: Frank Abate, Frank Gladney, Thomas M. Paikeday , and James L. Rosier, Chair. The Editorial Board for Dictionaries for the same period includes: Richard W. Bailey (ex-ofncio), Henri BĂ©joint, Frederic G. Cassidy, J. E. Gates (ex-ofncio), Sidney I. Landau, Roger J. Steiner, and Ladislav Zgusta. From its inception, the Society has been supported by Indiana State University. We are especially grateful to Charles D. Blaney, J. Edward Gates, and Donald Hobar for their selfless efforts on our behalf. As always, I appreciate the cooperation of the authors of this volume in correcting proofs and otherwise refining and improving their submissions. I am grateful for the assistance rendered by Bryan Aupperle of the University of Michigan Computing Center's TgX Support Staff and by Emily K. S. Stuckey. In producing this issue of Dictionaries I have again profited from the careful work and technical skill of Dr. Marsha L. Dutton. The cover design is the work of Susan LeVan. Richard W. Bailey The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109 ...

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ISSN
2160-5076
Print ISSN
0197-6745
Pages
pp. vii-viii
Launched on MUSE
2012-04-04
Open Access
No
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