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Mon Jan 22 2007
Qs: English Judgments/Festschrift for Terrence Kaufman
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English Judgments on the Meaning of 'other'
Festschrift for Terrence Kaufman
Message 1: English Judgments on the Meaning of 'other'
From: Oystein Nilsen <oystein.nilsenlet.uu.nl>
Subject: English Judgments on the Meaning of 'other'
Jakub Dotlacil and I are working on issues pertaining to bound readings of
such adjectives as ''different,'' ''other'' etc. We'd be extremely happy
if you could help us with some judgments on ''other'' in a form that we
have made available here:
If you are a native speaker of English, we'd be extremely grateful if you
could take five minutes and fill it in.
Thanks in advance!
Jakub Dotlacil and Oystein Nilsen
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Message 2: Festschrift for Terrence Kaufman
From: Adam Glaz <adam.glazumcs.lublin.pl>
Subject: Festschrift for Terrence Kaufman
A few years back in time a Festschrift for Terrence Kaufman (on his 65th
birthday) was in preparation (ed. by Thomas Smith-Stark and Roberto Zavala)
but seems to have never appeared. Can anyone update me on that one? I've
been unable to find any trace of it as an actually published volume.
With best greetings,
adam.glaz ''at'' umcs.lublin.pl
Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable
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