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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Spanish Frequency Counts Bowden, Harriet 15.3326 Nov-29-2004
English Pronunciation: Bolth Part 3 Esposito, John 15.3323 Nov-26-2004
Formula for Addressing Absent Reply Lindström, Jan 15.3283 Nov-22-2004
English Dialect Alternation: Was/Were Jones, Mark 15.3282 Nov-22-2004
English Pronunciation: Bolth Part 1 Esposito, John 15.3278 Nov-20-2004
English Pronunciation: Bolth Part 2 Esposito, John 15.3279 Nov-20-2004
Orient vs. Orientation Esposito, John 15.3281 Nov-20-2004
Possible Book in Coptic Pazzaglia, L. 15.3238 Nov-18-2004
Correction: Phonetically Trans Villafana, Christina 15.3222 Nov-16-2004
Minimal Pairs in Uighur Seale, Jennifer 15.3208 Nov-15-2004
Phonetically Transcribed Italian Corpus Villafana, Christina 15.3192 Nov-13-2004
Use of MUCH M-L Svalberg, Agneta 15.3177 Nov-12-2004
Uighur Minimal Pairs Seale, Jennifer 15.3208 Nov-12-2004
Lemmatised Corpora for Latin a Acedo, Víctor 8.675 Nov-10-2004
Comparatives/Syntax Taylor, Heather 15.3150 Nov-09-2004
Segholate words Cherny, Vadim 8.675 Oct-20-2004
Verb Movement & No Morphology: Languages de Vos, Mark 15.2954 Oct-18-2004
Re: Linguist 15.2366, Hungari Wouk, Fay 15.2938 Oct-17-2004
Nushu Language Pérez Báez, Gabriela 15.2899 Oct-11-2004
Monophthongal Canadian English Cebrian, Juli 15.2898 Oct-08-2004
A Definition of Stress Cherny, Vadim 15.2897 Oct-02-2004
An interim report of the "unde Nakanishi, Noriko 15.2412 Aug-29-2004
An interim report of the "unde Nakanishi, Noriko 15.2412 Aug-29-2004
Philosophies for Teaching Intr Mackiewicz, Jo 15.2411 Aug-27-2004

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