After a welcome one-week break, we've managed to lay our hands on some more goodies for you to win. Our friends at the electronic publishing division of the Oxford University Press have kindly given us #200 worth of their latest CD-ROM titles, and come up with some teasy questions for you to answer.
Up for grabs are five copies of the Concise Oxford Dictionary, which should keep you busy as it's got 140,000 definitions and is equipped with sound. We've also got two copies of The Challenge of the Universe, which is all about how our universe came to exist with brainy people like Stephen Hawking and Nobel prize winners featured on it. That means seven winners in total - the first two out of a tatty envelope will get the Challenge CD-ROM (it's more expensive) and the next five will get the dictionary.
Answers by post, fax or Email - mark your entries 'Dictionary' and send them to the Editor, whose decision is final.
Here's the questions:
1. What is the meaning of serein?
a) a quilted waistcoat
b) rain falling from a cloudless sky
c) calm and collected
2. Would you say aboriginals or aborigines?
3. What is heliskiing (no essays for this one, just a brief description).
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