Dactionary by Philip Bradbury
The Dictionary with Attitude ... or a reactionary dictionary

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Have you ever wanted to have an argument with a book?  Well, this is your book. With unsubstantiated facts and ill-formed opinions, along with a multitude of correct, authenticated, irrelevant and/or fascinating words, you'll find yourself amazed, incensed, facinated, laughing, crying and wondering why the heck you hadn't delved into such a deliciously, decadent depth of diatribe before, just for the sheer hell of it. Try it - you'll love it!
You'll be educated, amused, annoyed and deeply moved by the words we use, the words we don't but should, the words we do but shouldn't and where they all come from ... probably!
 

About Philip Bradbury

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In New Zealand I experienced life as an accountant, credit manager and company director, shepherd, scrub-cutter, tree pruner, freezing worker, plastics factory worker, saxophonist, army driver, tour bus driver, stage and television actor and singer, builder, lecturer, facilitator for men's groups, reporter, columnist, magazine editor, publisher, writer ... In South Africa as an AIDS workshop co-facilitator ... In the Australian bush as a barman, horse and camel trekker and stock-whip teacher ...In England as a contract accountant, corporate trainer, estate manager, university lecturer, website editor/writer and freelance writer ...I'm wondering what's next ...
 
Published September 5, 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 252 pages
Genres: Education & Reference.

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