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LINGUIST List 16.3070

Mon Oct 24 2005

Qs: Tenseless Languages; Spectographs

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        1.    Carlota Smith, Tenseless Languages
        2.    Tom Zurinskas, Spectographs

Message 1: Tenseless Languages
Date: 24-Oct-2005
From: Carlota Smith <CarlotaSmithmail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Tenseless Languages

I am assembling a list of languages that are tenseless - either definitely
or purportedly - and grammars and/or articles about those languages. Any
information on this topic would be welcome.

Linguistic Field(s): Language Description
Message 2: Spectographs
Date: 24-Oct-2005
From: Tom Zurinskas <tzurinskasyahoo.com>
Subject: Spectographs

Can someone send me spectrographs of these words thin, think, thing, theme, ban,
bang, bank, bane as spoken on http://m-w.com/

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

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