LINGUIST List 7.1667

Mon Nov 25 1996

Qs: Georgian Font, Eliciting utterances, Divorced Kin Terms

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  1. Ralf Grosserhode, Font needed
  2. Patricia Schneider-Zioga, Optimal ways of eliciting utterances
  3. Marcia Haag, Divorced kin terms

Message 1: Font needed

Date: Tue, 19 Nov 1996 16:13:03 +0100
From: Ralf Grosserhode <Ralf.Grosserhodeuni-bayreuth.de>
Subject: Font needed
Dear Collegues
Does anybody know where I can obtain a truetype-font for Georgian or Grusinski 
(if possible free- or shareware)
thanks in advance

Ralf Grosserhode
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Message 2: Optimal ways of eliciting utterances

Date: Sun, 24 Nov 1996 00:21:44 PST
From: Patricia Schneider-Zioga <psziogacoyote.csusm.edu>
Subject: Optimal ways of eliciting utterances
A student of mine, who doesn't have access to email, would like 
information on optimal ways of eliciting utterances with the longest 
possible MLU a child is capable of. The student is working in the public 
school system with preschool children who seem to have language delays. Can 
anyone help with this?

Thanks, 
Patricia Schneider-Zioga
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Message 3: Divorced kin terms

Date: Fri, 22 Nov 1996 09:01:33 CST
From: Marcia Haag <haagphyast.nhn.ou.edu>
Subject: Divorced kin terms
For a student's research:

Does anyone have any sources for kinship terms used when a divorce
has occurred (in the US)?

Please reply directly to Paul Matchen at

matchpmou.edu

Many thanks,
Marcia Haag
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