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Somehow I suspect this long and varied list has something to do with the stupid (in the wrong direction) price. I could see maybe $60 tops due to inflation. The problem may partly be that math dictionaries (even as good as this one is) have become all but obsolete with the emergence of free online reference sites like Wikipedia and MathWorld. Google Translate serves as a decent substitute for the foreign language sections in the back as well. Even Q&A sites like Stack Exchange probably put a dent into the demand. Why anyone would pay $125 for this book in today's world is beyond me, despite its superlative quality.
In addition to the standard entries, the dictionary provides excellent appendices for the translation of mathematical terms from French, German, Russian, and Spanish into English. It also provides appendices of mathematical symbols used in a variety of mathematical disciplines. Highly recommended of its coverage of classical mathematical topics, but will need supplementation if your current needs include more recent areas of mathematical interest.