LINGUIST List 13.1149

Wed Apr 24 2002

Confs: Phonology, University of Manchester, UK

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  1. Patrick Honeybone, Manchester Phonology Meeting - programme and booking

Message 1: Manchester Phonology Meeting - programme and booking

Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 21:20:34 +0100
From: Patrick Honeybone <>
Subject: Manchester Phonology Meeting - programme and booking

Tenth Manchester Phonology Meeting - programme and booking

23-25 MAY 2002

University of Manchester, UK

Special session: 'Phonological acquisition: endowments and paths'

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We are pleased to announce that the programme for the Tenth Manchester Phonology Meeting 
(10mfm) has been posted on the website, along with a booking form:

As well as the Special Session's focus on acquisition, the programme for the main sessions 
features papers and posters on a very wide range of phonological topics. 

We would be very grateful if all bookings could be sent in by 7th May. A late fee applies 
after this date.

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This is the MFM organising committee. The first named is the main contact - if you would like 
to attend or if you have any queries please feel free to get in touch (, 
or phone on +44 (0)1695 584244).

*Patrick Honeybone (Edge Hill College of Higher Education)
*Ricardo Berm´┐Żdez-Otero (University of Newcastle)
*Wiebke Brockhaus (University of Manchester)
*Jacques Durand (Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail)
*Nigel Vincent (University of Manchester) 

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(Dr) Patrick Honeybone
Lecturer in English Language and Linguistics,
Department of English Language and Literature,
Edge Hill College of Higher Education,
Ormskirk, Lancashire, L39 4QP
+44 (0)1695 584244

Secretary to the North West Centre for Linguistics:
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