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TOC: University of Melbourne Working Papers in Linguistics

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The 1994 University of Melbourne Working Papers in Linguistics is now
available for AUD10 from the Department of Linguistics at the University;
email christine_mckeown.languagemuwayf.unimelb.edu.au, fax (+61 3) 347 7305.
Table of Contents:
Nick Evans: "The Problem of Body Parts and Noun Class Membership in Australian
 Languages"
John Hajek: "A Mystery Solved: The Forgotten Tone Languages of New Ireland"
Edrinnie Kayambazinthu: "Codeswitching and Codemixing among Bilingual
 Malawians"
Thor May: "Postsupposition and Pastiche Talk"
I. Mel'chuk & B. Podolsky: "Stress in Modern Hebrew Inflection"
Paul Sidwell: "The Proto-Bahnaric Vowel System"
Tonya Stebbins: "What Kind of Rules are Anaphora Rules?"
Xiaokang Zhou: "Process, State-of-Affairs and Situation in Chinese"
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