e-AA2 CD

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The CD provides a backup copy of e-AA, makes it easy to move it between computers and makes it easier to give as a gift.

The CD also includes a major addition that is not available in the download version: a full concordance to the first 164 pages.  Integrated into e-AA with all the other reference material.

Every word is reproduced in the sentence it appears in.  For example:


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155:1:1    His call to the clergyman led him presently to a certain resident of the town, who, though formerly able and respected, was then nearing the nadir of alcoholic despair.

106:2:2    "Joykiller, nag, wet blanket"-that's what they said.
111:2:2    If he gets the idea that you are a nag or killjoy, your chance of accomplishing anything useful may be zero.

91:2:4      He will feel he can deal with you without being nagged by his family.
135:2:5    His wife is one of those persons who really feels there is something rather sinful about these commodities, so she nagged, and her intolerance finally threw him into a fit of anger.

65:3:27    Misunderstands and nags.

65:1:1      On our grudge list we set opposite each name our injuries.
65:3:29    Wants house put in her name.
82:0:1      It is better, however, that one does not needlessly name a person upon whom she can vent jealousy.

4:2:4        I felt like Napoleon returning from Elba.

(Numbers refer to page, paragraph and sentence.)

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