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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Speech Corpus for Neural Netw Drellishak, Scott 15.2363 Aug-23-2004
Initial/final lengthening in I White, Laurence 15.2323 Aug-17-2004
Gender and Normativity in Spok Tobin, Yishai 15.2184 Jul-28-2004
SUM Posting 15.1932 Avila-Shah, Barbara 15.2028 Jul-07-2004
Sum. of Query: Hiatus Resoluti Borroff, Marianne 15.2027 Jun-29-2004
English Affix Reduplication McIntyre, Andrew 15.1929 Jun-27-2004
Summary of Aspiration in English sCC Balogne Berces, Katalin 15.1928 Jun-26-2004
Summary Part 1 - Cognitive Phonology Souza, Andre Luiz 15.1960 Jun-25-2004
Interdental /l Part 2 Jones, Mark 15.1889 Jun-22-2004
Interdental /l/ part 1 Jones, Mark 15.1836 Jun-17-2004
Interdental /l - Part 1 Jones, Mark 15.1836 Jun-17-2004
Syntax of Personal Names McShane, Marge 15.1838 Jun-17-2004
Intro to Relevance Theory Kliffer, Michael 15.1837 Jun-16-2004
Sum [2]:non-literal use of mot Selimis, Stathis 8.675 Jun-07-2004
non-literal use of Motion Vs i Selimis, Stathis 8.675 Jun-05-2004
autonumbering in Word Randall, Janet 15.1746 Jun-03-2004
Responses to query 15.1450 : C Reiman, D. Will 15.1701 Jun-01-2004
Things that no languages do Newmeyer, Fritz 15.1701 Jun-01-2004
Sum - 'booting' Paviour-Smith, Martin 15.1606 May-18-2004
Latin / English Plural of Virus Looter, Ninja 8.675 May-13-2004
Levin/Vendler verb cross-classification Murphy, Brian 15.1497 May-11-2004
undergrad/grad classes in syntax Dubinsky, StanleyDubinsky 15.1485 May-10-2004
undergrad/grad classes in syntax Dubinsky, Stanley 8.675 May-10-2004
-EZ Suffix on Spanish Surnames Flynn, Tom 15.1432 May-04-2004
Polar interrogatives without Estigarribia, Bruno 15.1268 Apr-18-2004

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