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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Summary for 10.1720: creaky/st Reese, Johannes 11.8 Jan-04-1980
free web space Spina, Stefania 7.1774 Dec-14-1996
summary maillists for ca/ethno pkbdg, pkbdg 8.10 Jan-10-1997
Two variants of schwa. Azzaro, Gabriele 8.44 Jan-16-1997
bilabial trill cpeust, cpeust 8.45 Jan-16-1997
Neologism reference o s t, N 8.70 Jan-20-1997
Introductory syntax Kamwangamalu, Nkonko 8.79 Jan-21-1997
will and shall in journal writing Shuib, M 8.93 Jan-23-1997
Low vowels in PIE Schaufele, Steven 8.113 Jan-26-1997
dative shift multimediale linguistico, centro 8.117 Jan-27-1997
varieties of English Cal Varela, Mario 8.156 Jan-29-1997
Appalachian English Marie Pearson, Christen 8.168 Feb-02-1997
Appalachian English addendum Marie Pearson, Christen 8.216 Feb-09-1997
readability responses bham ac uk>, SHAPERJJ@m4-arts 8.228 Feb-12-1997
French frequency dictionary Say, T 8.231 Feb-14-1997
History of For. Lang. Teachin Benson, Erica 8.267 Feb-20-1997
Videos about the brain Abbott, Barbara 8.274 Feb-24-1997
Construction of illness Stibbe, Arran 8.288 Feb-24-1997
Negation/Affirmation Miestamo, Matti 8.289 Feb-25-1997
Spanish for Bilinguals/Native Speakers Demo, Douglas 8.275 Feb-25-1997
Tense in subordinate clauses hiro-t, 8.303 Feb-28-1997
Weinreich quote Anthropology Dept., Univ. of Otago, Dunedin, NZ, Donn Bayard 8.306 Mar-01-1997
2nd Lg Acq bibliography Ross, Ronald 8.347 Mar-05-1997
Adjectival inflection in Old English Martinho, Fernando 8.342 Mar-08-1997
Advice on PhD in Linguistics Croft, Bill 8.380 Mar-11-1997

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