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Business Entity Search Now Available On Your iPhone And iPad

I'm not a big app user on my phone, but there are a few that I like and use.  One is Lexiphanes which provides access to the Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek-English Dictionary (1924) and Autenrieth's (1889) Homeric Lexicon.  There is some humor in this app's name because a "lexiphane" is a term applied to someone who uses words pretentiously.  Potts v. Smith, 215 S.E.2d 697, 698 n.1 (1975) overruled Brack v. Brownlee, 273 S.E.2d 390 (1980).  The prefix "Lexi" is derived from the greek word, "λεξις", which means a saying or word (think of the electronic legal research service by the same name).

The Nevada Secretary of State's Records in Your Pocket

Last week, the Nevada Secretary of State's office announced that it had developed an on-line business entity search tool for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users.  This free application allows users to obtain the following information:

• Entity: business name, status, type, file date, entity number, business ID number, and business license expiration date
• Registered Agent: name, address, mailing address, agent type, jurisdiction, and status
• Officer: names

I have the app on my phone and it works quite well.  Punch in a name and you can quickly see the above information on your device.  It also provides an option of viewing the information on the Secretary of State's website.

Great Scott!

The Liddell-Scott-Jones lexicon is famous with classicists.  Henry George Liddell co-edited the work with his Oxford academic, Robert Scott.  The lexicon exists in three different sizes that are commonly referred to as the "Little Liddell", the "Middle Liddell" and the "Great Scott".  Dean Liddell was famous for his lexicography, but my daughter was more impressed to hear that Lewis Carroll had written Alice's Adventures in Wonderland at the urging of Liddell's daughter, Alice.  Can you find Alice in the beginning of this poem that appears at the end of Carroll's later book, Through the Looking-Glass?

A boat beneath a sunny sky,
Lingering onward dreamily
In an evening of July --
Children three that nestle near,
Eager eye and willing ear . . .

Updated 6/7/2012

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