LINGUIST List 10.837

Fri Jun 4 1999

Qs: Book search, Coordination, PhD programs

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  1. RNelsonjr, Searching for a book
  2. Robert Westmoreland (Volt Computer), Coordination of Non-constituents
  3. THOMAS lEE, PhD programs

Message 1: Searching for a book

Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 22:57:57 EDT
From: RNelsonjr <RNelsonjraol.com>
Subject: Searching for a book

I'm looking for a book called:
Reading Chinese Script: A Cognitive Analysis
By:
Jian, W. and Inhoff, A.
I've searched the internet and all of the university libraries in
Illinois, and am unable to find it in any of them. Even a
recollection of it would be helpful.

Robert Nelson,
Southern Illinois University.
RnelsonjrAOL.com
RnelsonjrSIU.edu
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Message 2: Coordination of Non-constituents

Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 15:02:28 -0700
From: Robert Westmoreland (Volt Computer) <a-robwesmicrosoft.com>
Subject: Coordination of Non-constituents

I am looking for a good reference or two on the subject of coordination
where one (or both) of the conjuncts appears not to be a syntactic
constituent. I recall reading a paper on this a few years ago, presumably in
the CG or HPSG framework, but can't locate it now. Examples:

(1) They have been known to [purchase] and [deal in] illegal goods

(2) I took the bus [Monday to school] and [Tuesday to the store]
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Message 3: PhD programs

Date: Fri, 4 Jun 1999 06:24:57 +0800
From: THOMAS lEE <lifuyinpublic.qd.sd.cn>
Subject: PhD programs


I'm applying to US universities, I was wondering whether anyone knows
of a list which offer linguistics Ph.D. programs?


Li Fuyin(Thomas Lee)
Associate Professor
Department of English
College of Foreign Languages
Ocean University of Qingdao
Qingdao, China
266071
Tel:0086-532-5891113
Fax:0086-532-5886440
e-mail:lifuyinpublic.qd.sd.cn
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