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From: "Dee Dee King, CG" <>
Subject: Re: Black's Law Dict responses
Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 14:22:34 +0000 (America/Los_Angeles)
Ok, there were recommendations for the the Third
Edition 1933, the 4th Edition - the last to contain Old
English law terms, and the 6th edition.
Next question - the 6th Edition Centennial Edition
states it covers 1891-1991. To me that indicates
everything from 1891-1991 in one giant book?
Booksellers do not seem to be very descriptive of their
books on the internet. There are some 6th editions
mentioned as Centennial and some that are not.
The 1933 books are rarer, more expensive and in worse
condition. There are plenty of 4th and 6th, some as
low as $10. If the Centennial has all the terms since
the first publishing in 1891, that would seem to be a
good one to purchase.
Dee Dee King, CG
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