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Old 10-23-2009, 12:30 PM   #68
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Originally Posted by brad72la View Post
The dictionary feature on PRS-600 is very accessible and this itself make it different from Nook and Kindle (or Kindle DX).
I know this turned into a looooooong thread dealing mostly with a single person's pointed and unnecessarily personal opinion regarding the type of person it takes to occasionally require a dictionary, so you probably missed it the several times it was mentioned, but:

THE NOOK DOES HAVE A DICTIONARY!!!!

Thank you,
Thankyouverramuch
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