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Query:   Summary: even if
Author:  Hiroaki Tanaka
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Semantics

Summary:   DEAR LINGUISTS,

ON LINGUIST LIST: VOL.8-959(25/07/1997), I POSTED THE FOLLOWING
QUERY. THREE PEOPLE RESPONDED TO MY INVESTIGATION. MY GREAT THANKS
GOES TO THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE. SINCE THEIR JUDGEMENTS VARIED, I
LABELLED A, B AND C TO THEM JUST FOR CONVENIENCE IN WRITING THIS
SUMMARY.

/A: M. LYNNE ROECKLEIN
B: LAURA GONNERMAN
C: GARY H. TOOPS

THE QUERY AND SUMMARY ARE AS FOLLOWS.

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I HAVE BEEN WORKING ON SOME PROBELMS OF THE MEANINGS OF

LL Issue: 8.1057
Date Posted: 14-Jul-1997
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