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"A couple" or "A couple of"? Tom, Fitzsimmons 11.190 Jan-26-2000
Speaking without teeth Kuha, Mai 11.207 Feb-01-2000
Languages listed in ISO 639: f Ostler, Nicholas 11.230 Feb-03-2000
English Imperatives with Overt 'You' Gregg, Kevin 11.265 Feb-07-2000
Conclusion and Premise Indicators J Washburn, Marianne 11.265 Feb-07-2000
Typology of Noun Classifiers Johnson, Lisa 11.277 Feb-08-2000
Typology of Noun Classifiers Johnson, Lisa 11.277 Feb-08-2000
non-subcategorized complement Zhang, Ren 11.2780 Dec-20-2000
Psycholinguistics Watson, Greg 11.287 Feb-09-2000
OT and SLA phonology Wester, Femke 11.345 Feb-13-2000
Chomsky and statistics Davis, Joseph 11.375 Feb-21-2000
Spanish clitic "se" Sharp, Randy 11.402 Feb-24-2000
Self-repair quote L Rieger, Caroline 11.420 Feb-27-2000
Reference for Kohler paper whitworth, Nicole 11.489 Mar-05-2000
change of English usage Umesaki, Atsuko 11.549 Mar-12-2000
germanic-root and romance-root Newstrom, Scott 11.573 Mar-14-2000
Macintosh based ESL software Larry, Larry 11.574 Mar-14-2000
Question on L2 speech perception TOKUMA, Shinichi 11.587 Mar-15-2000
Negative Particles in NP Vassiliou, Marina 11.588 Mar-16-2000
strong crossover task Crawford, William 11.650 Mar-21-2000
about "acknowledge" Solatie, Raija 11.652 Mar-22-2000
Searching for a list of null s Sheen, Ronald 11.821 Apr-07-2000
IPA on the Internet Prokop, Manfred 11.890 Apr-16-2000
Methods and Motivations of Inv Burt, Susan Meredith 11.912 Apr-19-2000
The Connection between Grammar Hudson, Dick 11.912 Apr-19-2000

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