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      SQLite database of English words gleaned from free and open source dictionaries
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    • By willichan
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      Can someone please say me what i'm missing here?
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    • By Digisoul
      Hello,
      I would like to know, how can I add any unknown word into Ms Word 2010's custom dictionary via Word COM Object?
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    • By therms
      If you don't like dealing with Scripting.dictionary you might want to try out this thing I whipped up yesterday evening and this morning.
      Basically just a simple wrapper around Scripting.dictionary to make the API a little bit less stupid.  By "stupid" I mean "not like the awesome Python dict API".
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