New submitter imlepid writes “The Oxford English Dictionary is currently undergoing a complete overhaul which includes a reexamination of the 300,000+ entries and citations for those entries. Understandably for a work which is over 150 years old, some of the sources have become hard to find. One such example is a book titled ‘Meanderings of Memory’ by Nightlark, which is cited 49 times in the OED, including for some rare words. The OED’s editorial team has appealed to the public, ‘Have you seen a copy of this book?'” Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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