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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
adnominal possessives and animacy Rosenbach, Anette 14.2077 Aug-05-2003
Researching Languages/Alternat Billings, Loren 8.675 Jul-29-2003
dictionary presentation of de Maroneze, Bruno Maroneze 14.1993 Jul-22-2003
spoken vs. written language Dehe, Nicole 14.1986 Jul-20-2003
Origin of 'un système où tout se tient' Bauer, Laurie 14.1954 Jul-17-2003
Using UPSID in teaching linguistics Toft, Zoe 14.1932 Jul-15-2003
attribution of quotes on Engli Hartman Keiser, Steve 14.1933 Jul-15-2003
Evolution of number in Slavoni Antonio, Benítez-Burraco 8.675 Jul-15-2003
VVCC superheavy syllable Horne, Andrew 14.1916 Jul-13-2003
Liaison Acquisition in French Martin, Paviour-Smith, 14.1915 Jul-12-2003
Valence changing and ergativity Monrós, Eva 14.1836 Jul-02-2003
Anaphoras to 'every' Ogata, Norihiro 14.1817 Jun-30-2003
Summary of anaphoras to "every" Ogata, Norihiro 14.1817 Jun-30-2003
Insight Media Videos for Teaching Wouk (FOA DALSL), Fay 14.1804 Jun-27-2003
ergativity, word order and agreement Mendivil, Jose-Luis 14.1768 Jun-23-2003
Quitshow knowledge Grabowski, Joachim 8.675 Jun-17-2003
Uvulars/pharyngeals and glottal stop Gess, Randall 14.1707 Jun-16-2003
Uvulars and glottal stop (addendum) Gess, Randall 14.1710 Jun-16-2003
Parallel Texts for MT Evaluation Elliott, D 14.1678 Jun-13-2003
scope of negation in Bengali Butler, Jonny 14.1631 Jun-09-2003
SUMMARY OF ETYMOLOGY OF GREEK Sundar, A.S. 14.1630 Jun-08-2003
Stop nasalization Park, In Kyu 14.1576 Jun-02-2003
Speech Perception Survey Plichta, Bartek 14.1561 Jun-02-2003
Summary of Responses to Southe Plichta, Bartek 14.1561 May-31-2003
Imperatives Kaiser, David 14.1547 May-30-2003

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