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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Development of subject agreeme Fuss, Eric 13.2217 Sep-03-2002
British vs American English ph Th鲩ault, Alain 13.222 Jan-27-2002
Tamil nouns Mihatsch, Wiltrud 13.223 Jan-24-2002
Age as Sociolinguistic Category Shapiro, Mary 13.2296 Sep-11-2002
I'll shall, I'd should, you'd might etc. Breul, Carsten 13.2425 Sep-21-2002
Swadesh, Lang Class Size Allott, Robin 13.2444 Sep-24-2002
Unsupervised machine learning Lin, Charles 13.2472 Sep-28-2002
Text for historical linguistics Bond, Z S 13.2525 Oct-01-2002
Focus Moreton, Elliott 13.261 Jan-30-2002
Focus Banerji, sharbani 13.261 Jan-30-2002
Acquisition of Creole, Ling Us Cole, Kristin 13.2641 Oct-14-2002
contrastive corpus leroux, Agnes 13.267 Jan-31-2002
Pronunciation Poem Smith, Karen 13.2672 Oct-16-2002
WCO and Subjunctive Ishii, Toru 13.2695 Oct-18-2002
WCO and Subjunctive Ishii, Toru 13.2695 Oct-18-2002
Computational Ling, Arabic Phonemes Lee, Kevin 13.2767 Oct-24-2002
German Quotative Fluharty, Ellen 13.2799 Oct-29-2002
word frequency list in Mandarin Chinese dhang, dhang 13.280 Jan-31-2002
Dutchified English pickering, lucy 13.2813 Oct-31-2002
Model/sample English recording Nakajima, Yasuo 13.2841 Nov-03-2002
Linguistic autobiographies Erard, Michael 13.2866 Nov-05-2002
Roger Bacon citation Elzinga, Dirk 13.2866 Nov-05-2002
Subtraction in numerals Derzhanski, Ivan A 13.3102 Nov-24-2002
the link between [+hi] vowels Eberhard, Dave 13.3174 Dec-03-2002
Conditional Sentences - Semantics Moraes, Rita 13.3188 Dec-04-2002

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