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Mon 28 Mar 1994

TOC: Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, Volume 16-1, BIHP

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Message 1: TOC:LTBA

Date: Mon, 28 Mar 1994 13:54:20 TOC:LTBA
From: "RANDY J. LAPOLLA" <HSLAPOLLAccvax.sinica.edu.tw>
Subject: TOC:LTBA

TOC: Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, Volume 16, No. 1

Patricia Donegan: Rhythm and vocalic drift in Munda
and Mon-Khmer.

M.S. Ningomba: Deictic suffixes in Manipuri.

Carol Genetti: On the morphological status of casemarkers
in Dolakha Newari.

Erik Andvik: Tshangla verb inflections.

George van Driem: Ancient Tangut manuscripts rediscovered.

David Bradley: Pronouns in Burmese-Lolo.
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Message 2: TOC: BIHP issues on linguistics

Date: Mon, 28 Mar 1994 13:59:35 TOC: BIHP issues on linguistics
From: "RANDY J. LAPOLLA" <HSLAPOLLAccvax.sinica.edu.tw>
Subject: TOC: BIHP issues on linguistics

TOC: Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology

Volume 63, No. 4 (Sept 1993):

Ho Dah-an: On the past, present, and future of Chinese dialect studies
from the perspective of the Chinese scholarly tradition (In Chinese)

Chih-chen Jane Tang: Chinese "de" and English "'s". (In Chinese)

Randy J. LaPolla: Arguments against "subject" and "direct object" as
viable concepts in Chinese. (In English)

Chen Zhong-min: On the nature of the entering-tone characters in
the Shaowu dialect. (In Chinese)

Lin Ying-chin: The grammatical function of rising-tone 'tau' in
Hakka. (In Chinese)

W. South Coblin: BTD revisited: A reconsideration of the
Han Buddhist Transcriptional Dialect (In English)

Jackson T.-S. Sun: Evidentials in Amdo Tibetan (In English)

Volume 65, No. 1 (March 1994):

Ho Dah-an: Is a total retrograde tone shift possible? (In Chinese)

Chang Kun: The changes of *th>h/x and *tsh>th among
Chinese dialects. (In Chinese)

Tseng Chiu-yu: VOT and beginning tone height in Chinese
aphasic speech. (In Chinese)

Sam-po Law: The structure of orthographic representations
of Chinese characters: from the perspective of the cognitive
neuropsychological approach. (In English)

Randy J. LaPolla: Variable finals in Proto-Sino-Tibetan. (In English)

Jackson T.-S. Sun: Linguistic characteristics of the Tani (Mirish)
branch of Tibeto-Burman. (In English)
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