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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Intro to Language Course Epstein, Richard 12.2590 Oct-17-2001
Topicalization of Wh-Phrases Chen, Liang 12.2601 Oct-18-2001
Information Extraction Baoli, Li 12.2622 Oct-22-2001
Kana/Kanji and Brain Damage W. Nelson, John 12.2651 Oct-24-2001
Greek Clitic Doubling Janes, Andrew 12.2680 Oct-26-2001
Noun Phrase Constructions in R Casillas, Luis 12.2688 Oct-27-2001
Trills and Second Language Accent S. Chung, Karen 12.2753 Nov-03-2001
Future Markers in English Szmrecsanyi, Benedikt 12.2811 Nov-09-2001
Japanese/English Codeswitching Nilep, Chad 12.2866 Nov-14-2001
Pashto Language Donahue, Steven 12.2919 Nov-23-2001
Past Imperatives in English Wolf, Henk 12.2947 Nov-26-2001
Movement Paradoxes Breul, Carsten 12.2972 Nov-28-2001
Pashto Language Follow-up Daher, Jamil 12.2973 Nov-28-2001
Coordination in word-formation Bauer, Laurie 12.2976 Nov-28-2001
Re: Neologisms, Slovene/ Marc L, Greenberg, 12.2977 Nov-27-2001
Reflexivity by surrogacy R Lotfi, Ahmad 12.3064 Dec-07-2001
Spanish Usage Responses Miller, K. 12.3068 Dec-09-2001
French Searchable Dictionary Levi, S 12.3082 Dec-11-2001
Nida: bibliography Herranz, Pilar 12.3084 Dec-12-2000
'Chicago' Etymology Revisited j weber, carl 12.3102 Dec-14-2001
An Unusual Spanish Construction Whiteley, Colin Whiteley 12.38 Jan-09-2001
Talking Drums & Whistled Speech Patel, Aniruddh 12.419 Feb-15-2001
Corpora English and German Oswalt, Frank 12.526 Feb-25-2001
Waves Alternatives Mukherjee, Joybrato 12.637 Mar-08-2001
Ellipisis in English A. Senf, George 12.808 Mar-23-2001

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