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Webster's 1913 Dictionary

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Dictionary of Computing

The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (, Copyright Denis Howe, distributed under the terms of GNU General Public License


This is a special GNU edition of V.E.R.A., a list dealing with computational acronyms. Copyright (C) 1993/2002 Oliver Heidelbach

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