LINGUIST List 7.264

Mon Feb 19 1996

FYI: O-Hayo Sensei,Cortona Phonology Meeting,MIT subscription

Editor for this issue: Ljuba Veselinova <lveselinemunix.emich.edu>


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  1. editorohayosensei.com, O-Hayo Sensei 1996 #2 Available
  2. georgi jetchev, Cortona Phonology Meeting III www page (up-date)
  3. muawiyaMIT.EDU, subscription announcement

Message 1: O-Hayo Sensei 1996 #2 Available

Date: Sun, 18 Feb 1996 08:31:19 PST
From: editorohayosensei.com <editorohayosensei.com>
Subject: O-Hayo Sensei 1996 #2 Available
The latest electronic edition of the newsletter O-Hayo Sensei, 1996
#2, is now available -- and free. For a preview, visit the WWW page
at:

 http://www.ohayosensei.com/~ohayo

or request the whole issue free by sending ONLY this text:

 get issue 1996no2

in an e-mail message to this address ONLY:

 issueohayosensei.com

O-Hayo Sensei collects and prints information about currently
available English-teaching positions in Japan, along with articles and
tips. In addition to job listings supplied by the language schools
themselves, O-Hayo Sensei surveys a wide array of print and on-line
media, both inside and outside Japan.

O-Hayo Sensei is not a recruiter or an agent, and has no affiliation
to any school or program. O-Hayo Sensei IS the most comprehensive
compilation of English-teaching opportunities in Japan, anywhere.

Lynn Cullivan
Publisher
O-Hayo Sensei
ohayoohayosensei.com
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Message 2: Cortona Phonology Meeting III www page (up-date)

Date: Mon, 19 Feb 1996 04:05:44 CST
From: georgi jetchev <JecevSABSNS.sns.it>
Subject: Cortona Phonology Meeting III www page (up-date)


For those who might have problems in using the symbolic address of the
web page of Cortona Phonology Meeting III, here is the numeric
address:

 http://192.84.155.28

You could also ask information by sending a message to

 gaetasabsns.sns.it
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Message 3: subscription announcement

Date: Mon, 19 Feb 1996 14:11:12
From: muawiyaMIT.EDU <muawiyaMIT.EDU>
Subject: subscription announcement

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