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LINGUIST List 23.1380

Mon Mar 19 2012

Donate Today for Your Chance to Join the Happy Ranks of Prize Winners!

Editor for this issue: Anna Belew <annalinguistlist.org>

Date: 19-Mar-2012
From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Meet the Lucky Winners of Last Week's Dictionary Raffle!
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Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers,

In case you haven't heard, this week is Prize of the Day Week-- every single day,
we're giving away fantastic prizes to our donors. Today's prize: a free one-year
subscription to ANY John Benjamins journal for THREE lucky winners. Browse the
journals you could choose from at the John Benjamins site:


All you have to do is donate today, March 19 (before midnight) and you'll be
entered in the journal subscription raffle! There's no minimum donation, so
hurry and donate any amount for your chance to win!

We're also pleased to announce the winners of last week's Brill Dictionaries
Raffle. Our randomly selected winners (truly, mathematically random, thanks to
Random.org's random number generator):

Jared Bernstein of Stanford University won the Etymological Dictionary of
Proto-Celtic! Congratulations, Jared!

Sean Gleason of Yale University won the Etymological Dictionary of Latin!
Congratulations, Sean!

If you'd like to see YOUR name on the list of prize winners, donate today before
midnight! And remember, there will be a fantastic prize giveaway every day this
week-- donate each day for your chance to win!


Good luck,
The LINGUIST List Crew

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