kevin lyda wrote:
>> kevin just used dict on my machine for that. for those of you who
> want a dictionary type program under linux wander over to
>http://www.dict.org and download the dict client, server, and data
> files. in addition there are clients for windows, macs, java,
> etc. there's also a gnome program called "word inspector."
Handy, that. I've just wandered through the system looking for dict, and
found a big ol' list of words, but that's all.
> anyway, just a little aside comment.
And much appreciated it is, too.
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