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Query:   Lexical Semantics readings: summary on the web
Author:  Heidi Harley
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Semantics

Summary:   DEAR LINGUISTS --

DUE TO AN UNFORTUNATE LAPSE OF ATTENTION ON MY PART, EVEN MY FOLLOW-UP TO MY FOLLOW-UP TO MY FOLLOW-UP TO MY SUMMARY OF THE LEXICAL SEMANTICS READINGS MANY OF YOU KINDLY EMAILED ME CHOPPED OUT A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE READINGS I INTENDED TO INCLUDE. TO AVOID ENDLESS REPETITIONS OF THIS SCENARIO (HOW MANY WAYS ARE THERE TO MESS UP A SIMPLE EMAIL?), I'VE
CREATED A WEB PAGE WITH THE ENTIREE LIST ON IT; INTERESTED PARTIES ARE DIRECTED TO:
HTTP://W3.ARIZONA.EDU/~LING/HH/522/LEXSEMBIBLIO.HTML (YES, THAT'S ''W3'' NOT ''WWW'').

THANKS AGAIN,
BEST, HH

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HEIDI HARLEY (520) 626-3554
DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS HHARLEY@U.ARIZONA.EDU
DOUGLASS 200E FAX: (520) 626-9014
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
TUCSON, AZ 85721

LL Issue: 10.1688
Date Posted: 06-Nov-1999
Original Query: Read original query