LINGUIST List 7.1012

Thu Jul 11 1996

Qs: Russion lg software, Ethnoscience, Velars, Internet ling

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  1. "Alla B. Eskina", Russion lg software
  2. Ulrich Hermann Wassner, Q: "Ethnoscience" = ?
  3. cpeustgwdg.de, Qs: glottalized velars
  4. Cherilyn Young, linguistics of Internet! (fwd)

Message 1: Russion lg software

Date: Thu, 03 Jan 1980 00:07:14 +0300
From: "Alla B. Eskina" <allaeskina.msk.ru>
Subject: Russion lg software
Dear LINGUIST Subscribers:

I would appreciate it if you could help me find a software package
similar to TACT or WordCruncher for the Russian language and/or
a simple text retrieval system (ISYS type). Please write to me
at allaeskina.msk.ru.

I am a graduate student at Moscow Linguistic University.
Many thanks in advance.

Alla Eskina
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Message 2: Q: "Ethnoscience" = ?

Date: Tue, 09 Jul 1996 20:53:42 +0200
From: Ulrich Hermann Wassner <wasneruni-muenster.de>
Subject: Q: "Ethnoscience" = ?
Dear netters,

in a book edited by Peter T. Daniels and William Bright, The world's
writing systems, NY/Oxford 1996, I just read the term ETHNOSCIENCE
that looked new and unknown to me. Can anybody tell me what this is?
And what is the difference between E. and Ethnology and Ethnography?
Thank you for your hints. Please send them to

Ulrich.H.Wassner at uni-muenster.de

Thank you again

Ulli Wassner
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Message 3: Qs: glottalized velars

Date: Wed, 10 Jul 1996 19:58:01 -0000
From: cpeustgwdg.de <cpeustgwdg.de>
Subject: Qs: glottalized velars
Dear linguists,

I am looking for languages that have a velar stop characterized by an
additional feature that could be described as 'emphatic', 'ejective',
'injective', 'glottalized' or 'pharyngealized' but lacks this kind of
stops in all other places of articulation. Thanks a lot for your
help,

Carsten Peust
Seminar of Egyptology
Goettingen
cpeustgwdg.de
Carsten Peust
Seminar of Egyptology and Coptology
Goettingen, Germany
cpeustgwdg.de
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Message 4: linguistics of Internet! (fwd)

Date: Wed, 10 Jul 1996 11:52:55 CDT
From: Cherilyn Young <cherilynccwf.cc.utexas.edu>
Subject: linguistics of Internet! (fwd)

This is a forwarding from another listserv that I thought was appropriate 
to forward.

Cherilyn Young


- -------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 9 Jul 1996 18:34:00 CDT
From: geneSQN.COM (gene o'regon)
To: Multiple recipients of list COGSCI <COGSCIHEARN.NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: linguistics of Internet!

 is there a linguist who has dared to list, analyse, etc. the
special terms, phrases and abbreviation being created -- almost daily
- by communication on the Internet? IMHO, not yet, because
linguistic scientists are a cautious lot. BTW, i'll bet
non-scientists have already done it!
 gene


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