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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Feminine names ending in "-a" Toyama, Kentaro 11.186 Jan-28-1980
query: free web space Spina, Stefania 7.1744 Dec-08-1996
introductory textbook:syntax Kamwangamalu, Nkonko 7.1756 Dec-09-1996
dative shift U. di Genova, Centro Multimediale Fac. Lingue/ 7.1757 Dec-10-1996
Question: will and shall in jo Shuib, M. 7.1769 Dec-12-1996
Qs: bilabial trill cpeust, cpeust 7.1788 Dec-14-1996
Two variants of schwa Azzaro, Gabriele 7.1795 Dec-17-1996
wanted maillists for CA, disco pkbdg, 7.1816 Dec-20-1996
presence/absence of /a/ in PIE Schaufele, Steven 7.1816 Dec-20-1996
varieties of English Cal Varela, Mario 8.29 Dec-26-1996
Spanish for native speakers Demo, Douglas 8.16 Jan-14-1997
Neologism reference wanted N o s t a l g i a, 8.43 Jan-16-1997
Old High & Middle High German Webelhuth, Gert 8.64 Jan-18-1997
yes and no Anthropology Dept., Univ. of Otago, Dunedin, NZ, Donn Bayard 8.83 Jan-20-1997
Appalachian English Marie Pearson, Christen 8.97 Jan-23-1997
Appalachian English Marie Pearson, Christen 8.97 Jan-23-1997
Names for Syllabic constituents Content, Alain 8.108 Jan-24-1997
readability SHAPERJJ@m4-arts.bham.ac.uk, 8.141 Jan-29-1997
Qs: Negation vs. Affirmation Miestamo, Matti 8.141 Jan-29-1997
tense in subordinate clauses: modified hiro-t, 8.152 Jan-31-1997
Ethics of recommending PhD research Croft, Bill 8.182 Feb-05-1997
Ethics of recommending PhD research Croft, Bill 8.182 Feb-05-1997
French frequency dictionary Say, T 8.188 Feb-07-1997
The social construction of illness Stibbe, Arran 8.188 Feb-07-1997
Req:History of Language Teaching/Policy Benson, Erica 8.188 Feb-07-1997

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