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The Handy Macquarie dictionary / general editor: W.S. Ramson
Bib ID 485523
Format BookBook
Description McMahons Point, N.S.W. : Macquarie Library, 1983 
xiii, 498 p. ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 0949757039
Notes

At head of cover title: A plastic mac.

International phonetic alphabet symbols for use in Australian English on lining papers.

Subjects English language. Australian usage. Dictionaries.  |  English language - Dictionaries.  |  English language - Australia.
Other authors/contributors Ramson, W. S. (William Stanley), 1933-

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