LINGUIST List 5.154

Fri 11 Feb 1994

Qs: Adpositions, Labiodental Nasals, History Functions, German

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  1. , Agreeing Adpositions and Binding
  2. Nick Reid, Labiodental nasal
  3. , History functions
  4. Joseph P Stemberger-1, Query: German statistics

Message 1: Agreeing Adpositions and Binding

Date: Mon, 07 Feb 94 15:22:18 ESAgreeing Adpositions and Binding
From: <norvinMIT.EDU>
Subject: Agreeing Adpositions and Binding

Can anybody direct me to good sources on binding of reflexives in languages
with agreeing postpositions (or prepositions)? I have found a few things, but
I'd be grateful for any help anyone can give me. Please send replies directly
to me; I'll post a summary later, if there's enough interest.

 --Norvin Richards
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Message 2: Labiodental nasal

Date: Tue, 8 Feb 1994 13:36:05 +Labiodental nasal
From: Nick Reid <nreidmetz.une.edu.au>
Subject: Labiodental nasal

Many thanks to the people who answered my previous query for sample words
with uvular nasals and voiced stops. I have one last request. Can anyone
tell me a word containing a labiodental nasal, its meaning, and the name
of the language?

Thanks
Nicholas Reid
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Message 3: History functions

Date: Wed, 09 Feb 94 09:44:44 +0History functions
From: <domeijnada.kth.se>
Subject: History functions

A friend of mine asked me if knew someone who could answer the following
question. I thought perhaps someone out there could:

>Right now I am looking into the area of
>history functions in word processors, and related issues such as
>version comparison for documents and undo support in text editors.

>Do you know of any related work in this area? Both literature
>addressing these questions and programs with related functions would
>be of great interest to me. I would be very grateful for any
>suggestions you might have!

>Py Kollberg
>Royal Institute of Technology
>Stockholm, Sweden
>E-mail: pynada.kth.se

Rickard Domeij
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Message 4: Query: German statistics

Date: Thu, 10 Feb 1994 16:56:12 Query: German statistics
From: Joseph P Stemberger-1 <stembergmaroon.tc.umn.edu>
Subject: Query: German statistics

Does anyone know of frequency counts for German that address the issue of
the size of words (or, preferably, of feet) in syllables. I need info. on
token frequency of monosyllables vs. disyllables vs. trisyllables, especially.

Reply directly to me, & I'll summarize for LINGUIST.

 ---joe stemberger
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