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LINGUIST List 16.2394

Wed Aug 17 2005

Qs: Word-formation Typology; Downloading LATEX

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        1.    Pavol Stekauer, Word-formation Typology
        2.    ISSA ABDEL-RAZAQ, Downloading LATEX


Message 1: Word-formation Typology
Date: 17-Aug-2005
From: Pavol Stekauer <STEKAUERcondornet.sk>
Subject: Word-formation Typology


Our project is focused on the development of a typology of languages in
terms of their word-formation characteristics. We are looking for
morphologists who are willing to co-operate with us by completing a
questionnaire identifying typical features of a particular language.
Replies from experts in both well-known and exotic languages will be
appreciated.

Our questionnaire will be mailed to you by return.

Those who are interested in the project can contact Prof. Dr. Pavol
Stekauer, e-mail: STEKAUERcondornet.sk

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
                            Typology

Message 2: Downloading LATEX
Date: 15-Aug-2005
From: ISSA ABDEL-RAZAQ <issarazaqyahoo.com>
Subject: Downloading LATEX


Hi all,

Can anyone offer me of how and where to download LATEX for PC, I have been
told it is free and available online. But I keep going from one link to
another without being able to download the program.

Please help if you can.
Regards
Issa

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics



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