LINGUIST List 13.1843

Wed Jul 3 2002

Qs: Indo-European Programs, String Length

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  1. Deborah Anderson, Colleges/univ. teaching Indo-European
  2. Munozgem, Translated string length

Message 1: Colleges/univ. teaching Indo-European

Date: Tue, 02 Jul 2002 16:31:57 +0000
From: Deborah Anderson <dwanderssocrates.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Colleges/univ. teaching Indo-European

I am gathering information on those colleges and universities which
regularly teach courses on Indo-European (IE linguistics, coursework
on ancient IE languages, etc.). The TITUS website includes information
on courses offered at many western European countries, but I am
seeking those from other areas, specifically the Americas, Eastern
Europe, F.S.U., and Asia. I would be happy to summarize responses.

With best regards,
Deborah Anderson
Researcher, Dept. of Linguistics
UC Berkeley		
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Message 2: Translated string length

Date: Wed, 3 Jul 2002 00:38:32 EDT
From: Munozgem <Munozgemaol.com>
Subject: Translated string length

Does anyone know which languages have been known to have the longest
strings after translation, or do you know where I can find this
information?

Thanks

Meg
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