AND = The Anglo-Norman Dictionary
AND1 = The Anglo-Norman Dictionary, first edition
AND2 = The Anglo-Norman Dictionary, second edition
MHRA = The Modern Humanities Research Association.
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Digital publication rights to all AND2 A-E entries, and all rights whatsoever for AND2 entries from F onwards, as and when they are created, reside with the Anglo-Norman Dictionary. However, the MHRA has the sole right to publish AND2 entries for letters A-E in print form. Consequently, you must not use any of the AND2 A-E material digitally published on this site in any way that infringes the rights of the MHRA and its publishers in the printed edition. Specifically, if you wish to use AND2 A-E material in a way that entails making multiple hardcopy versions of more than one entry, even if your source for these copies is the digital material on this site, you should regard this as equivalent to copying the corresponding print entries and either ensure that your doing so is covered by whatever licencing agreement your institution may have made with publishers’ organisations, or seek the appropriate permission from the MHRA’s publishers. Further particulars of how to make such requests can be found in the printed edition.
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