LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Wed Mar 11 1998

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LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Wed Mar 11 1998.

Moderators: Anthony Rodrigues Aristar: Texas A&M U. <aristar at>
            Helen Dry: Eastern Michigan U. <hdry at>

Review Editor:     Andrew Carnie <carnie at>

Editors:            Brett Churchill <brett at>
                    Martin Jacobsen <marty at>
                    Elaine Halleck <elaine at>
                    Anita Huang <anita at>
                    Ljuba Veselinova <ljuba at>
                    Julie Wilson <julie at>

Software development: John H. Remmers <remmers at>
                      Zhiping Zheng <zzheng at>

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  9.355, Qs: Diphthongs,O-E ligature,Contrast rhet.,Software

    1) From:     Dr James M Scobbie <j.scobbie at>
       Subject:  short diphthongs
    2) From:     BL <BL at KONBIB.NL>
       Subject:  Small capital O-E ligature
    3) From:     Leonor Perez Ruiz <LPEREZRU at>
       Subject:  Contrastive Rhetoric in English and Spanish
    4) From:     Hiwis <steind at>
       Subject:  Linguistic software

  9.356, Qs: Adjs.,dislocation,standardization,compulsory L2

    1) From:     sode.2 at (Rumiko Sode)
       Subject:  Adjectives
    2) From:     Knud Lambrecht <lambrec at>
       Subject:  term 'dislocation'
    3) From:     POLSKY ELLEN S <Ellen.Polsky at Colorado.EDU>
       Subject:  standardization of non-standard forms
    4) From:     Jan K Lindstrom <jklindst at>
       Subject:  Compulsory L2

  9.357, Confs: Language & Cognition Lectures

    1) From:     Lauren Elsaesser <LELSA at>
       Subject:  Language & Cognition Lectures

  9.358, Confs: Linguistics Association of Great Britain

    1) From:     b.clark at
       Subject:  Linguistics Association of Great Britain

  9.359, Sum: left-right asymmetries of word order

    1) From:     bingfu <bingfu at>
       Subject:  More on left-right asymmetries of word order variation

  9.360, Sum: O-words: colloquial/slangy words ending in <o>

    1) From:     Mikael Parkvall <parkvall at>
       Subject:  O-words: colloquial/slangy words ending in <-o>

  9.361, Jobs: Temporary Lectureship, Visiting Phonologist

    1) From:     Sumru Ozsoy <ozsoys at>
       Subject:  Temporary Lectureship
    2) From:     Cheryl Zoll <czoll at MIT.EDU>
       Subject:  Visiting Phonology Position

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