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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Case of Genie Koyama-Murakami, Nobuko 11.993 Apr-30-2000
'Life is Journey' Metaphors in Poems Tzuyin Lai, Vicky 12.1029 Apr-11-2001
Comparative Linguistics: Russi Gabrilovich, Evgeniy 12.1062 Apr-12-2001
Nonlexical Interjections Joue, Gina 12.1067 Apr-16-2001
TOEFL and Konkani Speakers Masayuki, Ohkado 12.1136 Apr-25-2001
Focus/Narrow Syntax/Bangla Banerji, Sharbani 12.1182 Apr-30-2001
Mass/Count Nouns Ahmad, Lotfi 12.1183 Apr-30-2001
German Particle Mueller, Simone 12.1361 May-15-2001
Event Structure Schalley, Andrea 12.1389 May-18-2001
Event Structure (Part 2) Schalley, Andrea 12.1460 May-31-2001
Cognitive Semantics of Proper Names Maalej, Zouhair 12.1465 May-31-2001
labiodental consonants L Tenny, Carol 12.1496 Jun-06-2001
Measuring Standard Fluency Rates Joue, Gina 12.1576 Jun-15-2001
Unmarked Possessives Kremers, Joost 12.1577 Jun-15-2001
verbal inflection Koppen, J M 12.1629 Jun-19-2001
Speech/Text Program - Correction Clark Ferreira, Annie 12.1647 Jun-22-2001
Resources for Language and the Law Sotillo IMAP, Susana 12.1665 Jun-26-2001
Recommended Language Acquisition Texts Rudin/HU/AC/WSC, Catherine 12.1686 Jun-28-2001
Typology of Multiple Questions Vogel, Ralf 12.1725 Jul-03-2001
Language Acquisition Textbooks Rudin/HU/AC/WSC, Catherine 12.1761 Jul-08-2001
Phonetically Organised Dictionary Sherman, Sue 12.1797 Jul-12-2001
Wh-questions in Arabic L Zavitnevich, O 12.1825 Jul-13-2001
Negation in Contemporary French Estigarribia Fioravanti, Bruno 12.1851 Jul-18-2001
Denotation of the "n-th Week o Erbach, Gregor 12.1858 Jul-19-2001
Origins of Arigato Lewis, Jonathan 12.1871 Jul-22-2001

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