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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Verbs of Inert Perception Nakayasu, Minako 9.1422 Oct-11-1998
AAVE & lg acquisition CRafal, CRafal 9.1446 Oct-14-1998
Animacy and Definiteness Carnie, Andrew 9.1462 Oct-17-1998
Animacy and Definiteness Carnie, Andrew 9.1462 Oct-17-1998
Animacy and Definiteness Carnie, Andrew 9.1462 Oct-17-1998
Subject/topic-prominent languages K Grohmann, K 9.1575 Nov-05-1998
Syntax Textbook Sharp, Randy 9.1568 Nov-06-1998
Tracing Korean Linguistics con Ralphs, Kezia 9.1565 Nov-06-1998
Saul Levin's The Indo-European Stern, Hersh 9.1567 Nov-07-1998
Specificity Larche Moreton, Rebecca 9.1578 Nov-10-1998
Cognate object construction Csuri, Piroska 9.1611 Nov-13-1998
Parallel texts in FL learning Nerbonne, John 9.1614 Nov-14-1998
Distinction between WHAT and HOW Donghong, Ji 9.1618 Nov-16-1998
Small linguistics programs WHARTON, DAVID 9.1637 Nov-18-1998
User-generated thesauri W Joergensen, Stig 9.1638 Nov-19-1998
Syntactic research of Biblical Hebrew Pereltsvaig, Asya 9.1668 Nov-22-1998
Error Correction Strategies harati, harati 9.1679 Nov-25-1998
Error correction, Communicatio Faulstich, Andrea 9.1679 Nov-25-1998
Error correction, Communicatio Faulstich, Andrea 9.1679 Nov-25-1998
Language and communication awareness Faulstich, Andrea 9.1679 Nov-25-1998
Welsh adjectives Notapplicable, Janine 9.1688 Nov-28-1998
Software for feature structure me, me 9.1696 Dec-02-1998
Swahili and Phonetics Weck, Holly 9.1733 Dec-04-1998
Chinese r_suffixation ning, pan 9.1737 Dec-05-1998
Chinese r_suffixation ning, pan 9.1737 Dec-05-1998

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