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To Richard Queener

Gary R Miller (Gary R Miller <justi.miller@...>) on May 13, 2003

Dear Mr. Queener,

I am sorry it took so long to answer your letter. I put in a new computer and the Internet connection is not working properly. I don’t seem to have a current e-address for you, so I’ll try to contact you this way.

In answer to your questions: The original Interglossa book by Lancelot Hogben is out of print. I hear it had only a small dictionary of 800 words. The best English-to-Glosa dictionary in print is found in the back of Central Glosa, available from:

Glosa PO Box 18 Richmond Surrey TW9 2GE ENGLAND

I believe the current price is 9.95 pounds sterling plus .95 shipping. An international money order is necessary.

The Glosa newsletter, Plu Glosa Nota, is also available from the above address for 11.50 pounds by airmail or 8.00 pounds by sea.

You can get the best dictionary from the Internet at The “.pdf” version will read just like a book if you print it out. The dictionary is 120 pages long, so make sure you have an extra ink cartridge ready. It is free, thanks to Marcel in Germany, who loves Glosa.

If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, I can easily arrange Marcel’s dictionaries into a Microsoft Word document that should print normally on your computer and send it to you by e-mail, if you give me your current e-mail address. And if all that fails, I’ll print one myself and send it to you!

Until I get my Internet connection fixed, you will get faster results by sending e-mail to me at justi.miller@….

Let me know if I can help in any way.

Saluta, _ _ /. Gary #/# ###

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To Richard Queener - Committee on language planning, FIAS. Coordination: Vergara & Hardy, PhDs.