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Lynn Cox

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Sep 7, 2021, 6:36:04 AMSep 7
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Hi All

I have a Little Oxford Dictionary of Current English, 5th edition from 1981, which is in 16 volumes.

Obviously not that current now and hardly little in 16 volumes of Braille, however, I was wondering if anyone knew of someone or some organisation that might appreciate it, as most of the language will still be used.

I was thinking potentially of a school or organisation abroad or a student in the UK. I found it invaluable when I learnt Braille and used it lots.

It is in good condition as I’ve always treasured it, however, I just don’t have the space anymore and keeping it for sentimental reasons isn’t really the thing to do.

Please if anyone can think or knows of someone who would like it, then let me know.

Thanks.

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Lynn




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Paul Sullivan

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Sep 7, 2021, 7:05:40 AMSep 7
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Hi Lynne,

I have on my shelves the third edition of the Little Oxford Dictionary.
Also in 16 volumes, it is dated 1955. I had no idea that RNIB had
brailled later editions.

I still refer to my dictionary on occasions. I hope you find some one
who will give yours a good home. I fear that useful paper braille
reference books like this will soon be a thing of the past.

Best wishes,

Paul
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