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Author: Javier Gomez Guinovart

FYI Body: The Computational Linguistics Group at the University of Vigo
(Galicia, Spain) announces their new Web site available a
http://www.uvigo.es/departamentos/dep/h06/webh06/sli/index.html, with
software, publications, and information on their current research
lines and activities.

El Seminario de Linguistica Informatica (SLI) de la Universidad de
Vigo anuncia la reciente publicacion de su pagina Web en el URL
http://www.uvigo.es/departamentos/dep/h06/webh06/sli/index.html, con
material informatico, publicaciones, e informacion sobre sus lineas de
investigacion y actividades.

Esperamos vuestra visita,
Javier Gomez Guinovart <uvifejgg@cesga.es>
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Javier Gomez Guinovart Universidade de Vigo
Tel: +34+86+812360 Facultade de Humanidades
Fax: +34+86+812380 Apartado 874
Internet: uvifejgg@cesga.es E-36200 Vigo (Galicia, Spain)




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Dear LINGUISTS,

I'd like to call your attention to a new web site created at the
Seminar for Slavonic Studies of the Ruhr University Bochum. The site
is addressed to all scientists interested in spoken forms of
communication. It serves the representation and distribution of
acoustic speech material relevant to all fields of Slavonic philology,
mainly Russian.

You are invited to visit the site at the following URL:
http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/lilab.

Marion Krause


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