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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Syllabic Consonants Toft, Zoe 12.1895 Jul-25-2001
"Arigato" and "Tempura" S. Chung, Karen 12.1906 Jul-26-2001
Reliability of Internet for Li V Kazakov,, Denis 12.2038 Aug-12-2001
Autocorrect function in word p Kraus, Kari 12.2078 Aug-21-2001
Mosaic Rhyme S. Chung, Karen 12.2083 Aug-22-2001
Quantification and negation (L Geurts, Bart 12.2150 Aug-29-2001
Source of Russell Quote R. Anderson, Stephen 12.2172 Sep-06-2001
Relative Word Order Frequencies Newmeyer, Frederick 12.2201 Sep-07-2001
Linguist12.1947:Semantic narro McConvell, Patrick 12.2219 Sep-11-2001
American Pronunciation Trask, Larry 12.2228 Sep-13-2001
Mood & Modality Banerji, Sharbani 12.2238 Sep-13-2001
Null Subject in Coordinated Clauses Oliveira Maroneze, Bruno 12.226 Jan-29-2001
Scientometrics of the LINGUIST Kuperman, Victor 12.2321 Sep-20-2001
Status of Assyrian Language R. Lotfi, Ahmad 12.2363 Sep-24-2001
Language Acquisition Outside F wisniewski, tomasz 12.2378 Sep-25-2001
Reflexive Markers in Ancient/M Hatzopulu, Konstantinia 12.2390 Sep-26-2001
Pronounciation of bin Laden L. Louden, Mark 12.2391 Sep-26-2001
"Netiquette" on Linguist Sproat, Richard 12.2439 Oct-02-2001
Building a Linguistic Library Lavin, Richard 12.2451 Oct-03-2001
Near/Middle/Far East in Differ Brinckmann, Caren 12.2473 Oct-04-2001
Prefabricated Units Wasserman, Tommy 12.2487 Oct-07-2001
Gender Differences in Non-Verb Lisecki, Michal 12.2501 Oct-08-2001
"Ventriloquizing" in Discourse Gordon, Cynthia 12.2502 Oct-08-2001
Books for Linguistics Entrance Exam Ruuskanen, Deborah 12.2547 Oct-12-2001
French 'Si' Noveck, Ira 12.259 Jan-31-2001

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