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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
References on androutsopoulos, jannis 11.302 Feb-13-2000
Speaking without teeth Kuha, Mai 11.303 Feb-12-2000
English Derivational/Inflectio Cross, Carmen 11.307 Feb-08-2000
English imperatives with over R Gregg, Kevin 11.316 Feb-15-2000
for Query 11.186 Feminine name Toyama, Kentaro 11.352 Feb-17-2000
Psycholinguistics Textbooks Watson, Greg 11.390 Feb-23-2000
OT and SLA phonology Wester, Femke 11.473 Mar-03-2000
Self-repair Quote L Rieger, Caroline 11.478 Mar-06-2000
Reference for Kohler Paper Whitworth, N 11.498 Mar-07-2000
Conclusion and Premise Indicators J Washburn, Marianne 11.546 Mar-08-2000
Chomsky & Statistics Davis, Joseph 11.567 Mar-11-2000
Typology of Noun Classifiers Johnson, Lisa 11.610 Mar-14-2000
Change of English Usage Umesaki, Atsuko 11.615 Mar-17-2000
Redundant Word Pairs Newstrom, Scott 11.637 Mar-18-2000
Spanish clitic Sharp, Randy 11.638 Mar-20-2000
for Query:10.1740 Functional Load R Bogdan, David 11.72 Jan-13-2000
L2 Speech Perception s-tokuma_eibun, s-tokuma_eibun 11.725 Mar-30-2000
Negative Particles in NP Vassiliou, Marina 11.726 Mar-30-2000
For Query: 11.12 Sorting Software Skoumalova, Hana 11.78 Jan-14-2000
Summary for 10.1720: creaky/st Reese, Johannes 11.8 Jan-04-1980
ESL Software/ Mac Larry, Larry 11.809 Apr-08-2000
IPA on the Internet Prokop, Manfred 11.917 Apr-19-2000
Machine Translation of Compound Nouns Cromm, Oliver 11.921 Apr-21-2000
Strong Crossover Task J Crawford, William 11.926 Apr-22-2000
Null Subject Languages Sheen, Ronald 11.929 Apr-21-2000

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