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New Forum Feature! - Search Dictionary

Now you can now look up a term or phrase in our new Search Dictionary search box on any page of the forum!

This feature will search our glossary of terms and give you the definition of any term in our glossary. If it does not find your search in our glossary, it will then search OneLook.com for your request.

The definition is displayed in a new window, so you don't lose your place in the forum.

If you have any comments about Lookup Term, please post them here.

Thanks to MikeNewYork for the suggestion!

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Re: New Forum Feature! - Lookup Term

Quote Originally Posted by Red5
Now you can now look up a term or phrase in our new Lookup Term search box on any page of the forum!

This feature will search our glossary of terms and give you the definition of any term in our glossary. If it does not find your search in our glossary, it will then search OneLook.com for your request.

The definition is displayed in a new window, so you don't lose your place in the forum.

If you have any comments about Lookup Term, please post them here.

Thanks to MikeNewYork for the suggestion!

That is fanatstic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

Regards,

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Nice, innit!
I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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Quote Originally Posted by Red5
Nice, innit!
Better than beer in cans.

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Than or with?

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Quote Originally Posted by tdol
Than or with?
With!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :wink:

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Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
Quote Originally Posted by tdol
Than or with?
With!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :wink:

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