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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Chinese r_suffixation ning, pan 9.1737 Dec-05-1998
Syntax of Wh-words ressy, ressy 9.1758 Dec-11-1998
Listserv software Rowe, Charlie 9.1794 Dec-16-1998
-ise vs. -ize Maalej, Zouhair 9.1839 Dec-24-1998
-ise vs. -ize Maalej, Zouhair 9.1839 Dec-24-1998
-ise vs. -ize Maalej, Zouhair 9.1839 Dec-24-1998
-ise vs. -ize Maalej, Zouhair 9.1839 Dec-24-1998
Colour terms in literature Smith, Alan 10.2 Dec-26-1998
American /t/ Faulkner, Dan 10.26 Jan-06-1999
American /t/ Faulkner, Dan 10.26 Jan-06-1999
Literature on morphosyntax in German Neugebauer, Moritz 10.48 Jan-09-1999
Sociolinguistics: Language and Identity Neumann, Natalia 10.74 Jan-18-1999
Political Metaphors of Chinese lEE, THOMAS 10.74 Jan-18-1999
Influence of Prague School Newmeyer, Frederick 10.96 Jan-20-1999
RE: "To tide someone over" PICARD, MARC 10.107 Jan-23-1999
"Duplication" Mallej, Zouhair 10.167 Feb-01-1999
palatalisation in /(s)tr/ clusters Dury, Richard 10.176 Feb-04-1999
palatalisation in /(s)tr clusters harrison, shelly 10.176 Feb-04-1999
Nishga - aka Nass-Gitksan Hazen, Kirk 10.229 Feb-10-1999
Nishga - aka Nass-Gitksan Siegel, Jeff 10.229 Feb-10-1999
Compounding in bilinguals Levy, Erika 10.244 Feb-13-1999
Present Perfects Tomohiro, YANAGI 10.264 Feb-18-1999
Present Perfects Tomohiro, YANAGI 10.264 Feb-18-1999
Measuring Native Syntactic Proficiency Sadrai, M 10.301 Feb-22-1999
Prepositions:functional uses McIntyre, Andrew 10.301 Feb-22-1999

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