LINGUIST List 6.715

Tue 23 May 1995

FYI: J. of Japanese Ling, Hungarian Working Papers

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  1. Katsuhiko Momoi, J. of Japanese Linguistics - archive info
  2. Theoretical Linguistic Project, Hungarian Working Papers available

Message 1: J. of Japanese Linguistics - archive info

Date: Mon, 20 Mar 1995 02:59:54 J. of Japanese Linguistics - archive info
From: Katsuhiko Momoi <momoiMSUS1.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: J. of Japanese Linguistics - archive info


The following information on the Journal of Japanese Linguistics
is now available at the LINGUIST archive.

1. The TOC's of the latest issue (Vol.15, 1/95) and the 4 prior issues
 (Vols. 11-14).
2. Order information (for overseas orders only) and contact addresses.
3. The Style Sheet for the Journal.

All inquiries should be addressed to the journal's office address:

JJLic.nanzan-u.ac.jp

The WWW version of the above information is also available at:

http://condor.stcloud.msus.edu:20020/tojpn.html

- Katsuhiko Momoi
 St. Cloud State University
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Katsuhiko Momoi
Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literature
St. Cloud State University, MN 56301 U.S.A.
For personal mail, write to: momoicondor.stcloud.msus.edu
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Message 2: Hungarian Working Papers available

Date: Tue, 24 Jan 95 15:20:02 ceHungarian Working Papers available
From: Theoretical Linguistic Project <tlpnytud.hu>
Subject: Hungarian Working Papers available

The Institute of Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and
the Theoretical Linguistics Programme of Budapest University (ELTE)
Budapest I., Szinhaz u. 5-9.
P.O. Box 19, H-1250 Hungary

Call for Exchange

It is our intention to distribute the papers in our working paper series
in exchange for similar publications of other institutions.
Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in this
exchange - and\or if you know of any institution that you think might be
interested in such an undertaking. The e-mail address is tlpnytud.hu
The following papers are available:

Brody, M. Phrase Structure and Dependence
E.Kiss, K. Generic and Existential Bare Plurals and the Classification
 of Predicates
Kalman, L. Conditionals, Quantification and Bipartite Meanings
Banreti, Z. Modularity in Sentence Parsing: Grammaticality Judgments of Broca's
 Aphasics

In preparation:
Radai, G. A Compositional Semantics of Computer Languages
Szabolcsi, A. Quanitifers and Topic-Focus in Hungarian
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