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Firmin Didot
Vocabulaire de la langue française, extrait de la sixième et dernière édition du Dictionnaire de l’Académie par M. Ch. Nodier et M. Ackermann, avec les étymologies, la prononciation et un vocabulaire géographique. Adopté par le Conseil de l’Instruction publique pour l’usage des Collèges.
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Publication date 1868
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