LINGUIST List 6.1692

Sat Dec 2 1995

Qs: Native American Ling, Unicode, Reduplication

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  1. , Native American Linguistics?
  2. Brian Ulicny, Unicode
  3. "Andrew L. Garman", Qs: Reduplication

Message 1: Native American Linguistics?

Date: Fri, 01 Dec 1995 11:37:03 Native American Linguistics?
From: <OSDOISaol.com>
Subject: Native American Linguistics?


Does anyone know of a discussion list for Native American linguistics
or, more specifically, Algonquian linguistics? Any information would
be greatly appreciated.

L. Pierce
osdoisaol.com
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Message 2: Unicode

Date: Fri, 01 Dec 1995 10:39:05 Unicode
From: Brian Ulicny <ulicnylimbex.com>
Subject: Unicode

Does anyone have any advice on how to get started writing natural
language processing routine using Unicode (for Japanese, Arabic, etc)?

Limbex Corporation
13160 Mindanao Way
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
(310) 309 4281 x4505 (work)
(310) 273 4065 (home)
(310) 309 4282 (fax)
http://www.limbex.com/ (URL)
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Message 3: Qs: Reduplication

Date: Sat, 02 Dec 1995 07:19:20 Qs: Reduplication
From: "Andrew L. Garman" <algarmancis.ysu.edu>
Subject: Qs: Reduplication

Hello all,

	Could anyone with information on the pragmatics of
reduplication, sources, articles, opinions, etc, send these to me
(algarmancis.ysu.edu)? Along with that any examples of redupication
are also welcome. I'm especially interested in Lushootseed and Temiar
and any cases where the root is altered during the reduplication.

	Please when sending the examples state the language, root
(meaning) and reduplicative (meaning). Otherwise, I cannot use them.

	I will take note to those providing aid and in a follow-up and
in my paper give acknowledgements.

Thank you,

 andru6()
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