LINGUIST List 3.791

Sat 17 Oct 1992

Qs: Video; PBB; Identification; Greek

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  1. Debbie Schmidt, he said, she said
  2. , Query: What's PBB?
  3. , identification/translation
  4. , Greek completives

Message 1: he said, she said

Date: Thu, 15 Oct 92 10:51:29 EDhe said, she said
From: Debbie Schmidt <DSCHMIDTuga.cc.uga.edu>
Subject: he said, she said

Can anyone tell me how the video "He Said, She Said" (an interview
with Deborah Tannen) can be purchased by our institution? Who is the
vendor?
 Thanks
Deborah Schmidt dschmidtuga.bitnet or dschmidtuga.cc.uga.edu
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Message 2: Query: What's PBB?

Date: Thu, 15 Oct 92 23:12:28 EDQuery: What's PBB?
From: <Alexis_Manaster_RamerMTS.cc.Wayne.edu>
Subject: Query: What's PBB?

Does anybody what journal or collection is/was known as PBB?
It's something where Mo"ller is supposed to have first published
his extension of Saussure's monovocalic theory of Indo-European.
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Message 3: identification/translation

Date: Fri, 16 Oct 1992 12:50 CSTidentification/translation
From: <SABINODUCVAX.AUBURN.EDU>
Subject: identification/translation

A colleague of mine who is working on a bibliography has come across the
following citation:Jentrade Improibide, Tal Scu^r De Une Cjamare. Trans. A.
di Spere. [Udine, Italy]: Clape Cultura^l Aquilee, 1978. He needs a
translation of the title, and I'm curious about the languge used.

We'd appreciate hearing from you. Robin Sabino "Sabinoducvax.auburn.edu"
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Message 4: Greek completives

Date: 16 Oct 92 23:43:26 EDT
From: <DIGIANNAGRPATVX1.BitNet>
Subject: Greek completives

I'm looking for the thesis of a certain LACARME J. 1978 : Aspects
syntaxiques des completives du Grec Moderne (=syntactic aspects of Modern
Greec completives).
This is a Ph. D. thesis at the University of Montreal.
Can anybody send it to me or help me find it? If I am to write at the
Univ. of Montreal, does anybody know the address?

Thank you very much,
Liana.
(my address : GIANNAKOPOULOU LIANA
 Sarandaporou 19
 26223 Patras
 Greece.)
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