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Visual Thesaurus vs. WordWeb

Clive Maxfield
2/23/2009 09:00 PM EST

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re: Visual Thesaurus vs. WordWeb
Tippers   3/2/2009 10:43:57 AM
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Interesting licence terms on WordWeb - you can only use the free version permanently if you make a return flight at most once a year, otherwise it's only free for 30days. Not very enforceable, I'd say, but an interesting way of discouraging excessive emissions (or at least making money out of it...).

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