LINGUIST List 5.1165

Sun 23 Oct 1994

FYI: Genie video, Font for syntax trees, The WordList

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  1. Ali Aghbar, Genie Video
  2. , Available for review
  3. , New language, new sound, NOT! (5.997)

Message 1: Genie Video

Date: Thu, 20 Oct 1994 22:03:00 Genie Video
From: Ali Aghbar <AAGHBARgrove.iup.edu>
Subject: Genie Video


I just saw a new program on PBS (Public Broadcasting System) will be
aired again on Sunday at 6:00 pm in this area (Pittsburgh.) Try to
see it.

Also, the video program is available for $19.95 (+S&H) from
1-800-255 9424. The Title of the Program is SECRET OF THE WILD CHILD.
It is very well done and I think it presents a fair, balanced view. It is
also likely to start a new round of discussion about the controversial aspects
of the research process.

Ali

 Ali-Asghar Aghbar, Dept. of English, Indiana U. of PA, Indiana, PA 15705
 Bitnet: aaghbariup Internet: aaghbargrove.iup.edu Phone: 412-357 2262
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Message 2: Available for review

Date: Fri, 21 Oct 1994 11:50:26 Available for review
From: <meb3crux5.cit.cornell.edu>
Subject: Available for review


New font for syntax trees -- announcement

Cascadilla Press is pleased to introduce Arboreal, the tree-building
font for the Macintosh. Arboreal is a font which works with any
Macintosh application and provides you with the pieces you need to
create syntactic trees quickly and easily. PostScript and TrueType
formats are both included. The price is $20.00 ($24.00 outside the
US including air mail shipping). For more information write to
michaelcascadilla.com or call Cascadilla Press at (617) 776-2370.

--Michael Bernstein
 Cascadilla Press

Review copies are available.
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Message 3: New language, new sound, NOT! (5.997)

Date: Fri, 14 Oct 94 10:07:01 PDNew language, new sound, NOT! (5.997)
From: <Linguist%ling%SSAphobia.ss.uci.edu>
Subject: New language, new sound, NOT! (5.997)


For The LINGUIST List: The IDS is designed to help preserve information on
languages which are becoming extinct. The WordList (adapted from C.D. Buck)
contains 1310 entries; it is in a Macintosh HyperCard program, in a format
which makes it possible to MERGE any two or more words from the list from any
two or more languages around the world. I urge readers of LINGUIST to
participate. If you can fill out a WordList, please contact me.

Mary Ritchie Key
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