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Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Papiamentu in Aruba Clark, Annie L 10.1459 Oct-05-1999
Voiceprints Clark, Annie L 10.1459 Oct-05-1999
Graduate Lexical Semantics Text/Reading Harley, Heidi 10.1459 Oct-05-1999
Graduate Lexical Semantics Text/Reading Harley, Heidi 10.1459 Oct-05-1999
Lexical Semantics Harley, Heidi 10.1459 Oct-05-1999
Graduate Lexical Semantics Text/Reading Harley, Heidi 10.1459 Oct-05-1999
Graduate Lexical Semantics Text/Reading Harley, Heidi 10.1459 Oct-05-1999
Quotation marks Joergensen, Stig W. 10.1496 Oct-10-1999
Core Grammar Design Barbero, Cristina 10.1517 Oct-12-1999
Textbook/history of English Bohn, Ocke 10.1525 Oct-14-1999
Code Switching Alby, Sophie 10.1540 Oct-15-1999
Code Switching ALBY, Sophie 10.1540 Oct-15-1999
Speech Analysis Software for the Mac Pensalfini, Rob 10.1563 Oct-19-1999
Negation in French Kitamoto, Kitamoto 10.1587 Oct-18-1999
OFTEN pronounced with t Norrick, Neal R. 10.1587 Oct-18-1999
Bell's audience design Dutkova, Ludmila 10.1588 Oct-21-1999
Ukrainian Future Tense Hardy, Stephan 10.1593 Oct-21-1999
Cyber-linguistic Features Chong, Larry 10.1618 Oct-26-1999
Persian data and EPP Lotfi, Ahmad 10.1655 Oct-31-1999
Verb Frequency Lists Salay, Nancy 10.1659 Nov-01-1999
Homophonous Affixes Maxwell, Mike 10.1663 Nov-02-1999
Searching for "Lost" Essay of Freed, Arlyn 10.1663 Nov-02-1999
"Duplication" Mallej, Zouhair 10.167 Feb-01-1999
Ling vis-a-vis Socio-economic Sekhar Dash, Niladri 10.1673 Nov-03-1999
e-mail Register/Register Shifting Tasseva-Kurktchieva, Mila 10.1695 Nov-06-1999

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