LINGUIST List 3.1007

Tue 22 Dec 1992

Qs: Nota Bene, Cree, Joos

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  1. Tom Cravens, Re: 3.1003 Qs: Mongolian; Applied Linguistics
  2. , English and French borrowing in Cree
  3. "Bruce E. Nevin", Joos anecdote

Message 1: Re: 3.1003 Qs: Mongolian; Applied Linguistics

Date: Sun, 20 Dec 92 12:10 CDT
From: Tom Cravens <CRAVENSmacc.wisc.edu>
Subject: Re: 3.1003 Qs: Mongolian; Applied Linguistics

Does anyone out there know of affordable IPA fonts that can be used
with Nota Bene 4.0?

Tom Cravens
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Message 2: English and French borrowing in Cree

Date: Mon, 21 Dec 1992 13:20 ESTEnglish and French borrowing in Cree
From: <00cirodmanLEO.BSUVC.BSU.EDU>
Subject: English and French borrowing in Cree

I would like to send out a plea for help in obtaining sources on borrowing
in Cree, specifically English and French borrowings, and particularly
authoritative, linguistics-oriented material, especially in Moose Cree. Short
of taking a trip to James Bay (which would be nice, if a little cold just now)
I can't seem to get my hands on what I need. Anything available would be much
appreciated. Candace Rodman Zhang
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Message 3: Joos anecdote

Date: Tue, 22 Dec 92 09:44:59 ESJoos anecdote
From: "Bruce E. Nevin" <bnevinccb.bbn.com>
Subject: Joos anecdote

Quite a while ago, someone posted anecdotal information about
Martin Joos, I think perhaps including conversation with him,
that contextualized some of his more provocative remarks in
print. The effect was that he sometimes overstated things
so as to stimulate discussion. I would appreciate more
information about this. Can anyone help?

 Bruce Nevin
 bnbbn.com
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