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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Proximate/obviative Browne, Wayles 10.720 May-06-1999
Sarcastic imperatives Gregg, Kevin R 10.727 May-12-1999
Discourse terms in Spanish Demo, Douglas 10.738 May-11-1999
Sociolinguistics: Language and Identity Neumann, Natalia 10.74 Jan-18-1999
Political Metaphors of Chinese lEE, THOMAS 10.74 Jan-18-1999
Person marking in interrogatives Maxwell, Mike 10.776 May-13-1999
Questionaire on Academic Presentations Umesaki, Atsuko 10.933 Jun-16-1999
Influence of Prague School Newmeyer, Frederick 10.96 Jan-20-1999
Ling. materials for lang. lab Rubba, Johanna 10.964 Jun-17-1999
IPA Fonts Strand, Jim 10.975 Jun-21-1999
Insults, Corpus/Eng Stress, IPA Fonts scalise, sergio 10.975 Nov-16-2002
Reflexive deletion SHIMIZU, Makoto 11.1130 May-17-2000
Verbal Interrogatives Souag, Lameen 11.119 Jan-20-2000
Sorting software Skoumalova, Hana 11.12 Dec-28-1999
question: -ee suffix in English Wanner, Anja 11.1240 Jun-02-2000
Loanwords and metaphors kurtboke, petek 11.1253 Jun-04-2000
Czech sentence processing Vasishth, Shravan 11.128 Jan-21-2000
colour metaphors Philip, Gill 11.1298 Jun-08-2000
English word frequency Wang, Jean 11.13 Dec-23-1999
How old is lexical blending? Kemmer, Suzanne 11.1309 Jun-11-2000
Fieldwork recorder advice HMooney, HMooney 11.1313 Jun-12-2000
English Derivational/Inflectio Cross, Carmen 11.132 Jan-21-2000
Query: References on "You androutsopoulos, jannis 11.153 Jan-24-2000
Algonquin Morphology Jeffrey Weber, Carl 11.1611 Jul-23-2000
Feminine names ending in "-a" Toyama, Kentaro 11.186 Jan-28-1980

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