On Sat, 1 Nov 2003 11:40:27 -0800, Deborah White <[log in to unmask]>
>> De tha e a' cosg an drasda?
>> I may buy it when it hits the bargain basement...
>What a gracious comment, Ray. :-) Why don't you buy it now at 28.95 and
I was referring to the old hardback price... which was over three times the
price I'd be willing to pay for such a book. Just to remind everyone. As
Ronnie Black wrote in his Scotsman review...
"Chuir cuibhl’ an fhortain car, agus thachair e a-rithist. Dà bhliadhna as
déidh don fhaclaire Gàidhlig-Beurla aig Aonghas MacBhàtair nochdadh (£20),
seo Colin Mark, The Gaelic-English Dictionary (Routledge, £125). Sin a
thuirt mi, £125. Aig a’ phrìs sin tha còir aige bhith mór agus math. Tha e
mór gun teagamh, faisg air ochd ceud duilleag - ach tha còrr agus mìle aig
Dwelly, a gheibh thu air £20 cuideachd."
125 pounds... Sin a thubhairt e! Very affordable...
I think I said earlier that I'd already seen it in proof stages years ago,
so I have a vague idea of what it's like. Now it's round about 30 pounds
instead of the best part of a hundred and thirty... it's just about in my
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