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Title Submitter Name Issue No. Date   Asc / Desc
Hiring Practices in Variationist Sociolinguistics Richard Cameron 17.645 20-Feb-2006
'To h*** with HEL' (History of English) in B.A.s Stefan Dollinger 17.796 14-Mar-2006
Why are there common nouns? Michael Covington 17.836 16-Mar-2006
Capital tresillo and cuatrillo in Unicode? Deborah Anderson 17.869 20-Mar-2006
Re: 17.869, Capital Tresillo/Cuatrillo in Unicode Jim Fidelholtz 17.987 23-Mar-2006
First Language Acquisition Robin Allott 17.998 29-Mar-2006
Re: 17.836, Why are there Common Nouns? Michael Covington 17.987 02-Apr-2006
Last Call: Discussion on HEL in B.A.s Stefan Dollinger 17.1137 14-Apr-2006
To h*** with HEL: Discussion Results Stefan Dollinger 17.1234 20-Apr-2006
Reasonable Research Standards Regina Morin 17.1352 26-Apr-2006
Starlings and Recursion Oren Sadeh Leicht 17.1317 28-Apr-2006
Problems with Recent Proposals on Recursion & FLN Daniel Everett 17.1320 28-Apr-2006
Problems with Recent Proposals on Recursion & FLN Oren Sadeh Leicht 17.1352 01-May-2006
Re: 17.1317: Starling study: Recursion Geoffrey Pullum 17.1528 17-May-2006
Re: Disc: Starling Study: Recursion John Limber 17.1553 19-May-2006
Nature, Science and linguistics Annie Zaenen 17.1810 12-Jun-2006
RE: Linguists and the Journals Nature, Science Paul Chapin 17.1846 17-Jun-2006
Cartesian Linguistics: From Cogito to Psyche Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay 17.2042 11-Jul-2006
Cultural Identity and Language Stan Anonby 17.2042 11-Jul-2006
Word Stress—Existence at Stake? Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay 17.2042 11-Jul-2006
Silenceme: the silent other in Linguistics Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay 17.2149 25-Jul-2006
Logical Form: “Really Meaningful?” Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay 17.2149 25-Jul-2006
where is phonetics in grammar? Heriberto Avelino 17.2149 26-Jul-2006
Re: 17.2149, Disc: Phonetics in Grammar Mike Cahill 17.2161 27-Jul-2006
Subject: Disc: Phonetics in Grammar Mark Jones 17.2184 28-Jul-2006

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