LINGUIST List 4.153

Thu 04 Mar 1993

Qs: Figurative language, Linguistic Terms, Postcript Fonts

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  1. Cristina Cacciari, Figurative Language
  2. , SEEKING for linguistic material
  3. Una M O'Neill, Laser Postscript Fonts

Message 1: Figurative Language

Date: Mon, 01 Mar 93 16:18:29 SEFigurative Language
From: Cristina Cacciari <G77BOQR1ICINECA.bitnet>
Subject: Figurative Language


I am trying to establish a European network of psycholinguists and linguists
currently working or interested into different aspects (structure,
representation acquisition, comprehension and production) of figurative
language (metaphor, idiom, proverb, and the like).

Please contact: Dr. Cristina Cacciari, Dipartimento
di Psicologia, Viale Berti-Pichat 5, 40125 Bologna, Italy.
 e-mail: G77BOQR1ICINECA.Bitnet. Fax. 51.243086"
 Thanks Cristina Cacciari
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Message 2: SEEKING for linguistic material

Date: 16:37:20 GLT WEDNESDAY SEEKING for linguistic material
From: <BFZZ06GRTHEUN1.bitnet>
Subject: SEEKING for linguistic material

Dear Linguists,I am talking on behalf of the German Philology Department
of the Aristotele University of Thessaloniki.Our department needs to
know whether there have been written any corpora containing linguistic
terms in various languages,but especially in
German,English,French,Italian and Greek.Please answer to the list so
that everyone learns about the corpora and where they are to be
found!Thank you all in advance!!!
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Message 3: Laser Postscript Fonts

Date: Wed, 03 Mar 93 15:28:57 GMLaser Postscript Fonts
From: Una M O'Neill <ONEILLUIRLEARN.UCD.IE>
Subject: Laser Postscript Fonts

Hi,

Here at University College Dublin we are investigating purchasing some
postscript compliant fonts for linguistics, phonetics maths etc. we
have come up with the following fonts and we'd appreciate any information
about them or any alternatives.

LaserIPA
LaserTECH
& LaserCYRILLIC

Please reply to me ONEILLUIRLEARN.UCD.IE as I'm not on the list

Thanks in advance
Una O'Neill
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