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English-Gujarati dictionary now in braille

The Braille Press at Blind People’s Association (BPA) has come up with the braille version of Oxford English-Gujarati Dictionary in 2013-14. Times of India, 1 week ago
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A Twerking Robot Brings Dancing Back To Humankind In Basement Jaxx's Crazy-Ass New Video

The cultural phenomenon that is twerking may have crested as the word entered the Oxford English Dictionary last August, but it hasn't crashed yet. Prolonging the moment (or perhaps hastening the decline, depending on your perspective) of the act of ...
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Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary App Now with Full Support for iOS 7.1 at 50% Off Till July 20, 2014 Only

[July 17, 2014] (PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB UK) 17 July 2014 Paragon Software Group, a leading multi-platform software developer for mobile devices and desktop computers, announces that the Oxford Advanced ...
 TMC Net1 week ago Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary App Now with Full Support for iOS 7.1 at 50% Off Till July 20, 2014 Only  Creative Mac1 week ago Perspective: A Game Changer in the Classroom and in Our Lives  Edutopia2 weeks ago
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Time

New Dictionary Additions: 7 Useful Words You Probably Don't Know

This labrador is wearing his "bezzie" hat. Justin Paget / The venerable Oxford English Dictionary just announced 1,000 new entries, and there are some real gems hidden in that long list The Oxford English Dictionary, the toughest of linguistic ...
 Time1 month ago Demise of the printed dictionary?  BBC1 month ago Countdown's Dictionary Corner to use Oxford Dictionaries Online  Channel 41 month ago Countdown's Dictionary Corner ditches reference book for laptop  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago
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Xconomy

Setting the Record Straight on a Few K12 Misconceptions

The Oxford English Dictionary defines "misconception" as "a view or opinion that is incorrect because it is based on faulty thinking or understanding." Like most industries, K12 education is rife with misconceptions. The only way to subvert — ...
 EdTech3 weeks ago Ace to zigzag 100 words from WW1  Information World Review3 weeks ago New words in the OED quiz  Big News Network1 month ago San Diego Startup Week: What is a Startup?  Xconomy1 month ago
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The Hindu

Borking Gopal Subramanium

Gopal Subramanium has been publically borked. Bork as a verb is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as U.S. political slang, meaning: "To defame or vilify (a person) systematically, esp. in the mass media, usually with the aim of preventing his ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

How to bag the budget

Etymology according to the Oxford dictionary: Late Middle English, from Old French bougette, diminutive of bouge 'leather bag', from Latin bulga 'leather bag, knapsack', of Gaulish origin. The word originally meant a pouch or wallet, and later its ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Peter Calder: The demise of the Oxford English Dictionary's printed version raises barely a murmur of outrage

Photo / NZ Herald As storms of outrage go, it was mild. It barely caused a ripple. A friend in the US complained "this just isn't RIGHT - not at all right!", and linked to a piece from the Telegraph in London, foreshadowing the death of the Oxford ...
 New Zealand Herald2 months ago Peter Calder: Demise of Oxford Dictionary's print version raises barely a murmur  New Zealand Herald2 months ago

Gillian Orr: Making Harry Potter end up with Hermione

Among the numerous new entries recently announced to be joining the hallowed pages of the Oxford English Dictionary were cryptocurrency, zero-hours and bikeable. But it was perhaps the addition of a new meaning of shipping that left most wordsmiths ...
 The Gulf Today2 months ago Your chance to make Harry end up with Hermione  Irish Independent2 months ago Shipping: Your chance to make Harry end up with Hermione  Times of India2 months ago Shipping Your chance to make Harry end up with Hermione  Big News Network2 months ago
CNET News

'Adorkable,' anyone? Tweet a new word into the dictionary

Dog + iPad = adorkable. Amanda Kooser/CNET The Oxford English Dictionary made news late last year by naming "selfie" as its official word of the year . Not to be outdone, the Collins English Dictionary wants to promote one word from popular ...
 CNET News2 months ago
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