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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Advice on PhD in Linguistics Croft, Bill 8.380 Mar-11-1997
Machine Translation of Compound Nouns Cromm, Oliver 11.921 Apr-21-2000
English Derivational/Inflectio Cross, Carmen 11.307 Feb-08-2000
Neutral vowels across languages, Part I Cruz-Ferreira, Madalena 14.3574 Dec-20-2003
Neutral vowels across languages Cruz-Ferreira, Madalena 14.3575 Dec-14-2003
Portuguese child language Cruz-Ferreira, Madalena 10.1321 Sep-09-1999
Neutral vowels across languages, Part II Cruz-Ferreira, Madalena 14.3575 Dec-20-2003
Re: Cognate Object summary Csuri, Piroska 9.1757 Dec-10-1998
Ouch!/ow!/aija! Cummins, Fred 10.522 Apr-06-1999
Spanish Corpora D Kliffer, Michael 8.389 Mar-17-1997
Phrase Level Pronunciation texts D Nilep, Chad 10.1467 Oct-06-1999
Repetition and fluency Dabrowska, Ewa 14.3541 Dec-15-2003
Pashto Language Follow-up Daher, Jamil 12.2973 Nov-28-2001
NLP in the Movies: Summary of Responses Dale, Robert 13.507 Feb-22-2002
CD-ROM summary Daniels, Peter 8.450 Mar-28-1997
Languages with fricative-initi Davidson, Lisa 14.1456 May-18-2003
Gender, Sexuality, and Languag Davis, James 21.2247 May-12-2010
Chomsky & Statistics Davis, Joseph 11.567 Mar-11-2000
language comprehension Dawson, Alain 8.646 May-02-1997
Unmarked Contour Tone de Carvalho, Joaquim 16.642 Mar-04-2005
Russian Oxytone Nouns in /og/ de Chene, Brent 18.1466 May-13-2007

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