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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Gove, Philip Babcock, 1902-1972.
Role of the dictionary.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip Babcock Gove
|Description:||63 p. 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: the dictionary's function, by P. B. Gove.--Repetition in defining, by P. B. Gove.--Exciting new volume, by A. M. Tyson.--Dr. Johnson and Emily Post, by A. W. Dixon.--A case for Webster's Third, by F. Christensen.--Telling the truth, by R. A. Hall.--Lost causes in English usage, by J. J. Lynch.--Dictionaries and the English language, by A. H. Marckwardt.--Let's stop maligning the dictionary, by B. Evans.--Cultural lag and reviewers of Webster III, by K. W. Dykema.--Usage in the dictionary, by P. B. Gove.--The latest word, by K. Vonnegut.--A new big dictionary: its virtues and faults.|
|Series Title:||The Bobbs-Merrill series in composition and rhetoric, 2|
|Responsibility:||edited by Philip B. Gove.|