LINGUIST List 6.276

Wed 22 Feb 1995

Qs: E-mail addresses, Automatic extracting, MesoAmerican

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  1. "RANDY J. LAPOLLA", R.M.W.Dixon
  2. , request for addresses
  3. Vladimir V. Rykov, Automatic extracting/creating of terminological systems
  4. , Help from MesoAmericanists

Message 1: R.M.W.Dixon

Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 15:22:18 R.M.W.Dixon
From: "RANDY J. LAPOLLA" <HSLAPOLLAccvax.sinica.edu.tw>
Subject: R.M.W.Dixon

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I have been trying to send e-mail to R. M. W. Dixon using
the address given by the LINGUISTS NAMESERVER in
Amsterdam, but the message gets bounced back with the
following message:

)The message could not be delivered to:
)
)Addressee: ixg612csc2.anu.edu.au
)Reason: Illegal host/domain name found.

I have also checked the LSA List and the LINGUIST list,
neither of which lists him. Can anyone tell me the correct
host name? (I tried "csc" and it didn't get bounced back, but
I also didn't get any confirmation that it went through.)

Thanks very much.

Randy LaPolla
Institute of History and Philology
Academia Sinica
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Message 2: request for addresses

Date: Tue, 21 Feb 1995 17:07:40 request for addresses
From: <JMCliftonaol.com>
Subject: request for addresses

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I have not been able to find e-mail addresses for the following people from
any of the lists I have checked: Terry Crowley, Paul Geraghty, John Lynch,
Peter Muhlhausler, Andrew Pawley, Ger Reesink, Graham Scott, Andrew Taylor,
John Verhaar. If anyone has e-mail addresses for any of these people, I would
appreciate it if you would send them to me.
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Message 3: Automatic extracting/creating of terminological systems

Date: Sun, 19 Feb 95 15:46:09 +0Automatic extracting/creating of terminological systems
From: Vladimir V. Rykov <rykoviling2.msk.su>
Subject: Automatic extracting/creating of terminological systems

 *************************************************************
 FROM
 Vladimir RYKOV
 23-3-22 GARIBALDI str
 MOSCOW 117335
 RUSSIA


 OFFICE LINGUISTIC INSTITUTE
 Russian Academy of Sciences
 1/12 SEMASHKO str
 MOSCOW 103009
 RUSSIA

Dear Linglistnetters !

 Can anyone on this list suggest any useful references/ideas on the following
 topic: automatic extracting of terminological info from the text
 (especially automatic extracting/creating of terminological systems?

 Thanks,

 Vladimir RYKOV
 Linguistic Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
 rykoviling.msk.su
 rykoviling2.msk.su
 ======================================================================
 Regards Vladimir RYKOV
 PhD in Applied Linguistics
 FAX: (095)-290-05-28 E-MAIL: RYKOVILING.MSK.SU
 =================================================================
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Message 4: Help from MesoAmericanists

Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 9:42:23 -Help from MesoAmericanists
From: <SILVERsonoma.edu>
Subject: Help from MesoAmericanists

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Can you help out a student of mine? He's looking for material which sheds
light on the mention in a popular article (in New Mexico Journal) of
a sign language used as a trading language throughout northern Mexico
and into the Southwest (also onto the southern Plains?) Presumably
this mode of communication was associated with (1) Casas Grandes, a
trading center in Chihuahua, and (2) the Mexica traveling merchants known
as pochtecah.
 Any leads or other information you can provide will be greatly
appreciated, by both the student and me.
Shirley Silver, Dept of Anthropology-Linguistics, Sonoma State University,
Rohnert Park, CA 94928.
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