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These are the Nigerian English words added to the Oxford Dictionary

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We just watched the movie about the making of the Oxford Dictionary, The Professor and The Madman, staring Mel Gibson and Sean Penn. We found it an interesting story as we didn’t know the history of it.

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We just watched the movie about the making of the Oxford Dictionary, The Professor and The Madman, staring Mel Gibson and Sean Penn. We found it an interesting story as we didn’t know the history of it.

Best regards.

Mike
Thanks for mentioning. An impressive cast for a story about the dictionary.
 
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