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16 Summaries on Linguistic Theories

Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
textbooks for intro syntax and semantics lijeni lijeni 8.756 20-May-1997
GoldVarb (addendum) Robert Sigley 9.1476 22-Oct-1998
for Query: 10.1663 Gustave Guillaumes' essay on Intuitional Mechanics Arlyn Freed 10.1687 05-Nov-1999
for Query 11.186 Feminine names ending in '-a' Kentaro Toyama 11.352 17-Feb-2000
OT and SLA phonology Femke Wester 11.473 03-Mar-2000
Chomsky & Statistics Joseph Davis 11.567 11-Mar-2000
Ellipisis in English George A. Senf 12.808 23-Mar-2001
Kinesthetic-based Human Languages? Dan Moonhawk Alford 12.918 01-Apr-2001
Sum: Subtraction in Numerals Ivan A Derzhanski 13.3329 11-Dec-2002
Writing Systems Benedetta Bassetti benedetta 14.289 27-Jan-2003
Summary Part 1 - Cognitive Phonology Andre Luiz Souza 15.1960 25-Jun-2004
Six Laws of Language and Linguistics in Draft Alexander Gross 16.3359 18-Nov-2005
Subjects of Non-inflected and Inflected Verbs Rocío Pérez-Tattam 17.72 10-Jan-2006
Tertiary Stress and Optimality Theory Sarah Collie 17.2849 29-Sep-2006
Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis in Science Fiction Flaminia Robu 21.921 24-Feb-2010
Theoretical Ling: Summer Schools and Equivalents Hagit Borer 22.2193 23-May-2011