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Dictionary of American Regional English—Free Trials for Institutions and Organizations

We offer thirty-day free trials of the Dictionary of American Regional English (DARE) Digital Edition to nonprofit universities, colleges, libraries, and schools. To apply for a free trial, please complete and submit the form below. A Harvard University Press representative will email you to confirm your trial start date and provide more information about purchasing a subscription for your organization.

Please note that free trials are not available to individuals. We reserve the right to deny any request.

If you have any questions about accessing Digital DARE, email us at DARE_sales@harvard.edu.

Please provide the specific IP addresses for which you are requesting institutional access. An IP address range involves four components, or sections, separated by periods ( . ). Please enter one or more ranges below, separating multiple ranges with a comma ( , ).

For each range, enter four components joined by three periods ( . ). Each component may be either an individual number from 0 to 255, a span of numbers (such as “1-10”), or an asterisk ( * ) to indicate all of the numbers from 0 to 255. Only one of the four components may include a range, and no specific numbers can appear after a *.

Examples:

100.100.23.43 — a single IP address
100.98.4.1-10 — a range including ten addresses
100.99.16.* — a “class C” address range (including 255 addresses)

Ranges may be written in long or short formats. For example:

100.98.4.1-100.98.4.142 is the same as 100.98.4.1-142
100.98.4.0-100.98.4.255 is the same as 100.98.4.*
100.98.4.0-100.98.7.255 is the same as 100.98.4-7.*
100.98.0.0-100.98.255.255 is the same as 100.98.*.*

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