Yep, it's there. Just before: alpha particle, beta particle, elementary
particle, fundamental particle, nobiliary particle.
> How about "particle"? That is the first word I happened to try, and it
> didn't seem to be in the index. (It was used in several definitions,
> > Hiya!
> > What do you mean it cut down??/ Its the full version of the compact
> > edition, it got 63,000 Definitions!!!! And under them hundres of
> > thousands more???
> > I know there is a big one of the OED with EVERY word in the english
> > language, but this isnt It. I have that CD and the data is over 600
> > megs!!! But this OED is the next one down. Its still amazing, you try
> > find a word that isnt in there of the top of you head :)
> > HN
> > >> Hello,
> > >> The Oxford English Dictionary can be downloaded from:
> > >> http://www.hipnip.clara.net/home/eurodat.htm
> > >I downloaded this thing and it is an extremely pared down OED, if it is
> > >he OED at all.
> > >Also, I'm certain the OED is copyrighted. Wht source is this one
> > >derived from, eh?