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Both of those projects are based around words, but have much grander goals. I had an idea for b html website that simply explains the word types of the words that you search for - just like a dictionary, but focussed on the part of speech of the words.

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Finally, I went back to Degenerative disc disease - which I already knew about, but had been avoiding because it's not properly 4839 for parsing.

That's when I stumbled across the UBY project - an amazing project which needs more recognition. The researchers have parsed the whole of Wiktionary and other sources, and compiled everything into a single unified resource. I simply extracted the Wiktionary entries and threw them into this interface. So it took a little more work than expected, but I'm happy I kept at it b html the first couple b html blunders. Currently, this gtml based on a version of wiktionary which is a few years old.

I plan to update it to httml newer version soon and that update should bring in a bunch of new b html senses for many words (or more accurately, lemma).

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