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Query:   Lexicology/Lexicography
Author:  Julie Coleman
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Lexicography

Summary:   I'D LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE WHO REPLIED TO MY QUERY ABOUT
LEXICOLOGY/LEXICOGRAPHY DISCUSSION GROUPS. A NUMBER OF YOU SAID THAT
YOU WOULD ALSO BE INTERESTED TO KNOW WHAT WAS AVAILABLE, SO HERE IS A
SUMMARY:

TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE EURALEX LIST, SEND THE MESSAGE:
SUBSCRIBE EURALEX NAME
TO:
MAJORDOMO@IMS.UNI-STUTTGART.DE

OTHER LISTS INCLUDE:

LEXI
DICTIOONARY DICTIONARY@RHINO.HARVARD.EDU
E-LEX E-LEX@LISTSERV.ACNS.NWU.EDU (THIS MAY BE THE SAME AS
EURALEX, I'M NOT SURE)

RELEVANT INTERNET SITES:

HTTP://WWW.IMS.UNI-STUTTGART.DE/EURALEX

HTTP://WWW.OUP.CO.UK/JNLS/LIST/LEXICO

HTTP://WWW.SURREY.AC.UK/LIS/LEXICOLO.HTML

THANKS TO:
ANNE DIJKSTRA

LL Issue: 8.679
Date Posted: 07-May-1997
Original Query: Read original query