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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
Lexicography

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 entire 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

- -------------------------------------------------------------------
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


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