Concise Scots Dictionary

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Polygon, 1999 - Reference - 819 pages
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For over sixty years, the Scottish National Dictionary Association has supported and encourage the Scots language. Its first main objective was reached in 1976 with the publication of the Scottish National Dictionary, a major historical work in ten volumes. Since then it has produced more dictionaries, bringing the riches of the standard works to a wider public. The Concise Scots Dictionary contains meanings, spelling variants, pronunciation, information on when and where words are used,grammatical information, idioms and phrases, etymologies and details of Scottish life then and now.

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Ken Richardson is Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Human Development and Learning at the Open University, U.K. He is the author of Understanding Psychology, Understanding Intelligence, Models of Cognitive Development, and Origins of Human Potential.

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