LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Sat Nov 20 1999

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  10.1761, TOC: U of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics

    1) From:     John Drury <jdrury at wam.umd.edu>
       Subject:  U of Maryland WPiL Vol.8 (fwd)

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/10/10-1761.html

  10.1762, Books: Dictionary: Contemporary English-Filipino

    1) From:     Ildefonso Rubrico <ijr at rocketmail.com>
       Subject:  CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH-FILIPINO DICTIONARY, E. Constantino

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/10/10-1762.html

  10.1763, Jobs: Theoretical Ling/Data Analysis: Mellon Post-doc

    1) From:     jbp at pippi.ling.nwu.edu  Sun Oct 24 17:14:57 1999
       Subject:  Theoretical Ling/Data Analysis:Mellon Post-doctoral Fellowship

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/10/10-1763.html

  10.1764, Sum: Issue 10.1663:Homophonous Affixes

    1) From:     mike_maxwell at sil.org
       Subject:  Homophonous Affixes

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/10/10-1764.html

  10.1765, Confs: Historical Ling:"The Hittites & Indo-European"

    1) From:     Stuart Wheeler <swheeler at richmond.edu>
       Subject:  Historical Ling:Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Familly

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/10/10-1765.html



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