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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Re: Q's 15.44 Hale reference Lardiere, Donna 15.291 Jan-23-2004
Speaking rates Santiago, Julio 15.25 Jan-07-2004
Narrative Moore, Emma 15.25 Jan-05-2004
Neutral vowels across languages, Part II Cruz-Ferreira, Madalena 14.3575 Dec-20-2003
Neutral vowels across languages, Part I Cruz-Ferreira, Madalena 14.3574 Dec-20-2003
Boas and Dewey Everett, Daniel 14.3540 Dec-18-2003
Repetition and fluency Dabrowska, Ewa 14.3541 Dec-15-2003
Neutral vowels across languages Cruz-Ferreira, Madalena 14.3575 Dec-14-2003
Pragmatics Reference Wouk, Fay 14.3457 Dec-12-2003
Spanish word frequency corpora Newman, Rochelle 14.3542 Dec-09-2003
Discourse Functions of Nominal Terms Bubel, Claudia 14.3403 Dec-09-2003
English Topicalization Jenks, Peter 14.3365 Dec-06-2003
Table query Karlsson, Anna-Malin 14.3402 Dec-06-2003
Tagalog linking particle Thomas, Rose 14.3364 Dec-05-2003
Discourse functions of nominal Bubel, Claudia 14.3403 Dec-02-2003
Japanese Suffixes Barrett, Benjamin 14.3304 Dec-01-2003
Summary of Intonation Break Hah, Eung-Cheon 14.3303 Dec-01-2003
Vowel/Zero Terms A Derzhanski, Ivan 14.3224 Nov-24-2003
Loanword Adaptation Smith, Jennifer 8.675 Nov-24-2003
Sum for lexical chain. Yang, Dongqiang 14.3225 Nov-23-2003
corpus for summarization. Yang, Dongqiang 14.3225 Nov-23-2003
Mixed Conditional Sentences Kashino, Kenji 14.3148 Nov-17-2003
Marked Phonemes of Endangered Languages Mac Cumhaill, Clare 14.2943 Oct-29-2003
Mongolian Parsers and NLP Grammars Kovarik, John 14.2945 Oct-29-2003
Phonotactic constraints in English Modjeska, Natalia 14.2944 Oct-28-2003

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