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LINGUIST List 21.1297

Tue Mar 16 2010

I've: Been Amazed at How Much I've Learned Over Such a Short Time

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Message 1: Please Help Me to Continue Working for You by Donating Today
Date: 16-Mar-2010
From: linguist <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Please Help Me to Continue Working for You by Donating Today
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Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers, 



My name is Dayn Schulert and I've been working as a
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amazed at how much I've learned over such a short time.

I joined The LINGUIST List with the goals of improving
my programming skills and gaining experience in
research methodologies. Thanks to all the kind of people
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But all
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Donated Prizes by Publishers

Association of Editors of the Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
1. One year subscription of Journal of Portuguese Linguistics to donors

Cascadilla Press
1. Boucher, Paul (Ed), Many Morphologies (2002)
2. Macaulay, Monica, Surviving Linguistics. A Guide for Graduate Students (2006)
3. Face, Timothy, Guide to the Phonetic Symbols of Spanish, (2008)
4. Ewald, Jennifer, and Edstrom, Anne, (Eds), El Español a través de la 
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Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Cambridge University Press
1. Matras, Yaron, Language Contact, Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics (2009)
2. Uriagereka, Juan, Syntactic Anchors. on Semantic Structuring, Cambridge 
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Continuum
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Editora Europolis
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Equinox
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5. Hrubaru, Florica, and Comes, Elena (Eds), Énonciation et Création Littéraire (2006)

Mouton de Gruyter
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Multilingual Matters
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Oxford University Press
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Pagijong Press
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Routledge (Taylor & Francis)
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