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  1. From The Concise Oxford English Dictionary : " " Tube : 1.
  2. Owing to its popularity the word  gherao was added to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary in 2004.
  3. The Concise Oxford English Dictionary lists the German word " verboten ", defined as " forbidden by an authority ".
  4. He served as pronunciation consultant for the influential " Concise Oxford English Dictionary ", which adopted this scheme in its ninth edition ( 1995 ).
  5. The " Concise Oxford English Dictionary " notes that " the form " ize " has been in use in English since the 16th century.
  6. It's difficult to find concise oxford english dictionary in a sentence.
  7. The Concise Oxford English Dictionary ( i . e . the small one ) added the words in that link in 2008, and will be adding more in 2009, and so on.
  8. RP is defined in the " Concise Oxford English Dictionary " as " the standard accent of English as spoken in the south of England ", although it can be heard from native speakers throughout England and Wales.
  9. The earliest attestation mentioned by the " Concise Oxford English Dictionary " is in fact T . S . Eliot, who between 1910 and 1916 wrote an early poem to which he gave the title " The Triumph of Bullshit ", written in the form of a ballade.
  10. Sphereing is also referred to as Orbing or Zorbing, and Zorbing entered the Concise Oxford English Dictionary in 2001 where it was defined as : " a sport in which a participant is secured inside an inner capsule in a large, transparent ball which is then rolled along the ground or down hills ".
  11. Who is going to decide which precise spelling of a word with more than two variations is the " correct " one in American English or British English . . . if only two choices are to be allowed in place of the multple choices currently allowed . ( Should Australians, Canadians, New Zelanders, and South Africans be banned from such discussions ? ) For supposed British spellings, do you follow the preferred spellings of the " Concise Oxford English Dictionary ", generally recommended world wide in academic style guides for " International English ", or do you go with a dictionary from Collins or some other publisher?
  12. Other commentaters have dismissed this, saying that context makes it clear that " being fixed around " used " fix " in the sense of " fraudulently arrange the result ", a common British usage ( sense 12 ( b ) of " fix " in the printed Concise Oxford English Dictionary, given as sense 7, " deviously influence the outcome of " in the Compact OED online version . ) The argument has also been made that this view is supported by negative qualification implied by the presence of the word " But " at the start of the relevant sentence : " But the intelligence and facts were being ( innocently ) " agreed upon " around the policy " is, it is said, an implausible reading because there is nothing negative, per se, about agreement, whereas " But the intelligence and facts were being " fraudulently arranged " . . . ", it is argued, appears to make perfect sense, because it fulfills the negative expectation set up by the word " but ".

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