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Date: 23-Mar-2012 From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org> Subject: Contained Herein are the Names of Several Very Lucky People... E-mail this message to a friend
Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers,
We are delighted to congratulate five more Prize of the Day Winners! These lucky donors were randomly chosen as winners of fabulous prizes, donated by our supporting publishers:
Marlyse Baptista (University of Michigan) is the winner of Arabic Language and Linguistics, edited by Reem Bassiouney and E. Graham Katz, contributed by Georgetown University Press!
Adam Glaz (Instytut Anglistyki UMCS, Poland) is the winner of Brave New Digital Classroom: Technology and Foreign Language Learning by Robert J. Blake, contributed by Georgetown University Press!
Yuancheng Tu (University of Illinois) is the winner of Implicit and Explicit Language Learning: Conditions, Processes, and Knowledge in SLA and Bilingualism edited by Cristina Sanz and Ronald P. Leow, contributed by Georgetown University Press!
The following lucky donors are winners of a one-year journal subscription of their choice, contributed by Elsevier:
Francisco Dubert (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain) Carolina Barrera-Tobon (City University of New York)
And we're waiting to hear back from THREE MORE winners of Elsevier journals-- stay tuned to learn who else won!
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