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4 on page 227). 5 on page 227. COMMS enables you to change the server address, port and timeout interval, while PASSWORD enables you to change the password you use to log on to SARA. CANCEL returns you to the current solutions window without changing the current defaults. Applying Changed Defaults Any change you make in the USER PREFERENCES dialogue box will apply to all further queries in this session, as well as the next time you log on to SARA. It will not however affect queries for which solutions have already been downloaded and displayed on the screen, nor will it affect the BROWSER display in the current session (see above).

Character Display You will see that in Page display, the solution contains the sequence 'wrong …' at the end of the sentence following that containing 'cracksmen'. 4 on page 239), which SARA converts into appropriate symbols as far as possible when displaying solutions. There is no way of displaying three dots (horizontal ellipsis) as a single character under Microsoft Windows, and so here SARA displays the unconverted entity reference. 2 on page 165). 7 Obtaining Contextual Information: the Source and Browse Options On the status bar you will see the code ANL, followed by the number 368.

Such methodological issues are further illustrated in the following exercises. 2 Some Similar Problems 'Thine' and 'Wight' The first example in this task suggested that the word 'cracksman' is still occasionally used in contemporary English. Perform queries to find evidence in the BNC for contemporary use of two other relatively archaic words, 'thine' (other than in addressing God), and 'wight' (other than in the name 'Isle of Wight'). To increase precision, type in the search terms in lower case, and uncheck IGNORE CASE in the Phrase Query dialogue box.

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