volume 15, issue 1, P110-112 2005
DOI: 10.1017/s095926950528208x
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Abstract: The casual reader of the FEW (twenty-five volumes and still counting) might be forgiven for imagining that in a work of such magnitude and erudition, there could not and certainly should not still be any unresolved problems. If only life were so simple. In 1957, Wartburg suggested that possibly 20 per cent of his slips fell into the category of what was to become (in three volumes, FEW, 21-23) the 'material of unknown or uncertain origin' (Baldinger, 1973: 34). These three volumes have now given rise to Baldi…

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