LINGUIST List 9.9

Tue Jan 6 1998

Qs: Mood Phrase,Serbian,Scripts,Harriss/Bloomfield

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Directory

  1. Leslie Barrett, Mood Phrase
  2. Tatjana Paunovic, Serbian Phonetics
  3. Michael Everson, Script proposals
  4. wzyem, Harriss and Bloomfield

Message 1: Mood Phrase

Date: Mon, 22 Dec 97 15:02:28 EST
From: Leslie Barrett <barrettjespersen.cs.nyu.edu>
Subject: Mood Phrase

Hello -

I am looking for any references on the category Mood Phrase. I was told that
it was proposed some years ago, but so far I have found nothing published
in the GB literature. I would be most appreciative of help in tracking down
whatever exists in print on this.
Many Thanks!

-Leslie Barrett
New York University
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Message 2: Serbian Phonetics

Date: Wed, 24 Dec 1997 15:54:14 +0000
From: Tatjana Paunovic <paunfilfak.filfak.ni.ac.yu>
Subject: Serbian Phonetics

Dear fellow LINGUIST participants,

Is there anybody out there who could help me with any information on 
the current research in the segmental phonology and acoustics 
phonetics of the Serbian language? Actually, anything from the 
sixties on will be fine. I am particularly interested in vowels, 
especially their formant structure, and the correlation of their 
acoustics and articulation. Thank you all in advance, with 
appologies for cross-posting.

Tatjana Paunovic
paunfilfak.filfak.ni.ac.yu
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Message 3: Script proposals

Date: Thu, 25 Dec 1997 13:08:12 +0100
From: Michael Everson <eversonindigo.ie>
Subject: Script proposals

Dear colleagues,

Experts in writing systems are invited to review some proposals on my
web site regarding the encoding of some ancient scripts in ISO/IEC 10646
and Unicode. The URL is http://www.indigo.ie/egt under the
standardization heading. Scripts with current proposals are:


N1660 Proposal to encode Tibetan Extensions in ISO/IEC 10646 
N1659 Proposal to encode Glagolitic in ISO/IEC 10646 
N1658 Proposal to encode Coptic in ISO/IEC 10646 
N1657 Proposal to encode Buginese in ISO/IEC 10646 
N1655 Canadian Syllabics characters missing from DAM 11 
N1643: Proposal to encode Klingon in Plane 1 of ISO/IEC 10646 
N1642: Proposal to encode Cirth in Plane 1 of ISO/IEC 10646 
N1641: Proposal to encode Tengwar in Plane 1 of ISO/IEC 10646 
N1640: Proposal to encode Ugaritic Cuneiform in Plane 1 of ISO/IEC 10646 
N1639: Proposal to encode Old Persian Cuneiform in Plane 1 of ISO/IEC
10646 
N1638: Proposal to encode Meroitic in Plane 1 of ISO/IEC 10646 
N1637: Proposal to encode Basic Egyptian Hieroglyphics in Plane 1 
N1636: Encoding Egyptian Hieroglyphs in ISO/IEC 10646-2 
N1581: Proposal for encoding Gothic in ISO/IEC 10646
N1580: Proposal for encoding Etruscan in ISO/IEC 10646
N1579: Proposal for encoding Phoenician in ISO/IEC 10646
N1559: Proposal for encoding Cham in ISO/IEC 10646
N1519: Proposal for encoding Thaana in ISO/IEC 10646

I would welcome comments on any of these proposals to me at
eversonindigo.ie. 

Michael Everson
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Message 4: Harriss and Bloomfield

Date: Sun, 4 Jan 1998 10:23:59 +0800 (CST)
From: wzyem <wzyempubms.pku.edu.cn>
Subject: Harriss and Bloomfield

Dear Linguists,

A friend of mine is going to make a comparison between Zellig S. Harriss
and Bloomfield with regards to their methodologies of language research. 
He would like to have some comments from you. He has also promised to
post a summary.

Thank you in advance.
Best regards.
Wang Zhenyu
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