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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
corpus studies, elementary and Levy, Stacia 15.1259 Apr-16-2004
Summary Treiman, Rebecca 15.1211 Apr-13-2004
Experiments and Essays using Comics Cohn, Neil 15.1206 Apr-12-2004
Berlin & Kay & ESL for children Schaufele, Steven 15.1174 Apr-10-2004
Looking for Ludwig? Deiss, Steve 15.1142 Apr-07-2004
Linguistics Lite Winkler, Elizabeth 15.1143 Apr-07-2004
Cross-ling Secret/Nonsense Lan Kolehmainen, Leena 15.1085 Mar-30-2004
Afixat:reply to infix leci, mark 15.966 Mar-23-2004
infixing leci, mark 15.966 Mar-23-2004
use of 'go ahead' in spoken English Pavey, Emma 15.970 Mar-22-2004
Expletive Infixation Sauciuc, Mircea 15.968 Mar-22-2004
Object detion of "and not" Tanaka, Hiroaki 15.969 Mar-21-2004
Vocative Case/DPs Myers, James 15.888 Mar-15-2004
vocative case and DPs: summary Myers, James 15.888 Mar-14-2004
Sum: Onsetless syllables Balogne Berces, Katalin 15.289 Mar-13-2004
Genetic and Areal Classification Klopfenstein, MarieKlopfenstein 15.887 Mar-12-2004
LFG Parser Gieselmann, Petra 15.768 Mar-03-2004
Most Frequently Used German Words mendez, christina 15.769 Mar-03-2004
Cross-cultural pragmatics Wouk, Fay 15.768 Mar-02-2004
thematic vowels in Latin verbs Maroneze, Bruno 15.696 Feb-24-2004
Python for linguists Covington, Michael 15.673 Feb-21-2004
Latin Preposition and Conjunction Order Huttar, George 15.541 Feb-10-2004
French Counting System Ruth, Kim 15.533 Feb-09-2004
Summary languages with concord Blenn, Lydia 8.675 Feb-09-2004
Phonological Complexity Whalen, Doug 15.430 Feb-02-2004

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