LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Tue Jun 13 2000

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  11.1314, Calls: Technology and Indigenous Languages

    1) From:     Nicholas Ostler <nostler at>
       Subject:  Technology and Indigenous Languages

  11.1315, FYI: Lang Resources/ELRA, Australian Ling Society

    1) From:     Valerie Mapelli <mapelli at>
       Subject:  Portuguese Corpus/Lexicon - ELRA News
    2) From:     Valerie Mapelli <mapelli at>
       Subject:  AURORA Project Database - ELRA News
    3) From:     John Henderson <john.henderson at>
       Subject:  Australian Linguistic Society 1999 - Conf Proceedings

  11.1316, Qs: Lang/Children's Rhyme, Numbers/Crosslinguistic

    1) From:     Dawn M Ash <dmash at MIT.EDU>
       Subject:  Family children's rhyme of unknown language
    2) From:     decaen at (Vincent DeCaen)
       Subject:  numbers crosslinguistically?

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