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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Origin of 'un système où tout se tient' Bauer, Laurie 14.1954 Jul-17-2003
'A Whole Nother Thing' J. Rapaport, William 14.2909 Oct-24-2003
Noun Phrase Constructions in R Casillas, Luis 12.2688 Oct-27-2001
"Netiquette" on Linguist Sproat, Richard 12.2439 Oct-02-2001
"Ventriloquizing" in Discourse Gordon, Cynthia 12.2502 Oct-08-2001
'and' & anaphora (summary) Geurts, Bart 9.82 Jan-19-1998
'cookies' bruendl, monika 9.309 Mar-02-1998
'DO' Survey LEOUE, Jean Gilbert 14.959 Mar-30-2003
'enjoy oneself (by) doing' Tanaka, Hiroaki 9.139 Jan-30-1998
'Face/Eye' Polysemy Huttar, George 13.2110 Aug-16-2002
'Fundamentals of Grammar' text Newmeyer, Frederick 8.588 Apr-24-1997
Re: When/Where did Angelino, Robert 10.415 Mar-18-1999
'I'd love to.' & 'lovely' Murata, Junichi 8.990 Jul-03-1997
'Life is Journey' Metaphors in Poems Tzuyin Lai, Vicky 12.1029 Apr-11-2001
Re: 'No' and 'Man' gough, dave 8.585 Apr-25-1997
(Un)certainty Klein, Henny 9.329 Mar-05-1998
-ee Suffix in English Wanner, Anja 11.1355 Jun-18-2000
-EZ Suffix on Spanish Surnames Flynn, Tom 15.1432 May-04-2004
The distribution of -heit/kei Ploch, Stefan 13.702 Mar-13-2002
amendment to the summary of - Ploch, Stefan 13.746 Mar-20-2002
/f/ to /theta/ Sound Changes Bennett, Ryan 21.2719 Jun-25-2010
/l/-Palatalisation in Complex Onsets Müller, Daniela 19.2226 Jul-10-2008
/l/-Palatalisation in the Comp Müller, Daniela 19.2328 Jul-23-2008

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