LINGUIST List 3.996

Thu 17 Dec 1992

Qs: ASCII IPA, Japanese Software, Anglo-Saxon Gospels

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  1. Eilidh Swan, ASCII IPA conventions
  2. Vicki Trent, Japanese software search
  3. , Anglo-Saxon Gospels
  4. Vincent Su, query: sign of yes/no

Message 1: ASCII IPA conventions

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 92 12:35:47 PSASCII IPA conventions
From: Eilidh Swan <urcatmcl.mcl.ucsb.edu>
Subject: ASCII IPA conventions

List Members --

I am interested in any ASCII IPA conventions currently used. If you have
any standard symbols you use to represent characters which are not on
a modern keyboard, please e-mail me any data which you might have.

Thank you in advance.
 --
Cat McGlothlin urcatmcl.mcl.ucsb.edu 'urcat'='you-are-cat' "Oh!"
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Message 2: Japanese software search

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 1992 14:41:15 Japanese software search
From: Vicki Trent <vctoitsa.ucsf.EDU>
Subject: Japanese software search

 I need info on WordPerfect and MS DOS in Japanese. Also, anyone
with any English-Japanese Technical Dictionaries, or J-E ones, let me
know, I need to acquire some. Please reply directly to me. Domo
arigatoo.
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Message 3: Anglo-Saxon Gospels

Date: Thu, 17 Dec 1992 12:01:48 Anglo-Saxon Gospels
From: <kari.hauglandhf.uib.no>
Subject: Anglo-Saxon Gospels

Does anyone know of a machine readable version of the West-Saxon Gospels,
preferably Corpus MS? Any info appreciated.

(The Helsinki corpus of English texts has John I.1-XI.57 only.)

Kari E. Haugland
Department of English
University of Bergen
Sydnesplass 9 Tel 47-5-21 23
79
N-5007 Bergen, Norway E-mail kari.haugland
hf.uib.no
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Message 4: query: sign of yes/no

Date: Thu, 17 Dec 92 17:26:07 ESquery: sign of yes/no
From: Vincent Su <NTNUS144TWNMOE10.bitnet>
Subject: query: sign of yes/no

Dear linguists;

I'm interested in the cross-cultural difference of the gestures of
yes and no. With or by what gestures do you express yes and no?
Thanks for your attention.
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