Moreover, the entries in the Survey of English Dialects indicate that speakers from East Anglia and the East Midlands, who said I were and (s)he/it were, would indeed pronounce the negative as [want] (Britain 2002: 22).
What does SED stand for?
SED stands for Survey of English Dialects
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- Stream Editor
- Strip Endpoint Diffraction
- Structured Electronic Document (data transmission)
- Sub-clinical Eating Disorder
- Sub-Entire Domain
- Sub-Epithelial Domain (biology)
- Suberythemal Dose
- Supported Education
- Surface-Conduction Electron-Emitter Display
- Survey of Earned Doctorates
- Sustainable Energy Development
- Sweet Eagle Dreams
- System Evolution Description
- Systems Engineering and Development (US DHS)
- Systems Engineering Division
- Simulation Experiment Description Markup Language (also seen as SEDML)
- Scramjet Engine Demonstrator -- Waverider
- SED/Nuclear Facility Safety Branch
- Center of Small Enterprise Development Assistance (Vietnam microfinance)
- Fundashon Sentro di Dama (Papiamento: Center for Women; Netherlands Antilles)
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]] [[epsilon]I] Survey of English Dialects (SED) [check] informants, 1950-1960s (Orton et al.
North-East words from the survey of English Dialects.
The Survey of English dialects elicited he for it only occasionally, as in bank he up (once in Somerset) and he is down (once in Hampshire), both referring to the plashing of a hedge.