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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
speech science and L2 Kropf, Cori 10.1004 Jun-27-1999
Posters FOULKES, PAUL 10.1027 Jul-01-1999
comprehension/production Hazen, Kirk 10.1050 Jul-08-1999
Clause Union, Comprehension, G Remberger, Eva-Maria 10.1050 Aug-14-2002
Word-initial [h] Sokol, Daniel 10.1056 Jul-08-1999
RE: "To tide someone over" PICARD, MARC 10.107 Jan-23-1999
Referential/Expressive Elgin, Suzette Haden 10.1105 Jul-14-1999
Illocutionary Force Nelson, Christian Kjaer 10.1143 Jul-27-1999
learning trills Bradfield, Julian 10.1160 Aug-03-1999
English for Specific Purposes Nenova, Nikolinka 10.1165 Aug-04-1999
L2 lexicon in relation to L2 grammar Parkvall, Mikael 10.1184 Aug-11-1999
"Negative raising" o Tanaka, Hiroaki 10.1207 Aug-16-1999
Setswana and Sesothu clicks Reid, Nick 10.1210 Aug-16-1999
Linking elements in compounds Krott, Andrea 10.1233 Aug-18-1999
Portuguese child language Cruz-Ferreira, Madalena 10.1257 Aug-27-1999
Pseudo-loanwords Stefanowitsch, Anatol 10.1262 Aug-30-1999
Bilingual Puns Stefanowitsch, Anatol 10.1262 Aug-30-1999
Kanji by grade level Mandel, Mark 10.1265 Aug-30-1999
French liaison BILLEREY, ROGER 10.1296 Sep-04-1999
Word Formation Schiffman, Harold F 10.1368 Sep-15-1999
A question Al-Najmi, Abdulaziz 10.1391 Sep-21-1999
Phrasal-level pronunciation guide Nilep, Chad 10.1391 Sep-21-1999
debugging computational grammars Lavelli, Alberto 10.1395 Sep-23-1999
Morphology textbooks Hardman, M. J. 10.1400 Sep-23-1999
Graphic discourse analysis Clark, Damon 10.1413 Sep-24-1999

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