LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Fri Sep 1 2000

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LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Fri Sep 1 2000.

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  11.1847, Jobs: Modified11.1823,Eng/German/Portuguese Linguist

    1) From:     Jana Johnson <jjohnson at lhsl.com>
       Subject:  Modified(Issue#11.1823), English/German/Portuguese Linguist, L&H

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1847.html

  11.1848, Books: Discourse Analysis

    1) From:     <peter.simmons at tandf.co.uk>
       Subject:  Discourse and Discrimination, M. Reisigl & R. Wodak
    2) From:     <peter.simmons at tandf.co.uk>
       Subject:  Language Analysis: The Language of ICT, T. Shortis
    3) From:     <peter.simmons at tandf.co.uk>
       Subject:  Written Discourse Analysis: Textual Interaction, M. Hoey

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1848.html

  11.1849, Jobs: Junior Linguistic Analyst/Terminologist

    1) From:     T.Bertholdi <tbertholdi at sdlintl.com>
       Subject:  Junior Linguistic Analyst/Terminologist: SDL International, Berkshire England

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1849.html

  11.1850, Calls: Speech Technology Transfer, Formal Pragmatics

    1) From:     "Teresa L. Soto" <teresa at fing.us.es>
       Subject:  I Meeting on Speech Technology Transfer
    2) From:     "Anton Benz" <toni.benz at german.hu-berlin.de>
       Subject:  Formal Pragmatics

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1850.html

  11.1851, All: This week's LINGUIST Notice Board

    1) From:     Linguist Notice Board <linguist at linguistlist.org>
       Subject:  This week's LINGUIST Notice Board

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1851.html

  11.1852, Support: Speech Perception - Phd/ Netherlands

    1) From:     Daniel Swingley <Daniel.Swingley at mpi.nl>
       Subject:  Speech Perception - PhD Scholarship at MPI, Netherlands

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1852.html

  11.1853, FYI: Appointment/ Creole, Lexicology Textbook

    1) From:     MIT2USA at aol.com
       Subject:  Appointment Made to Promote Development of Creole Language Resources
    2) From:     Alain Polguere <Alain.Polguere at UMontreal.CA>
       Subject:  Lexicology Textbook Downloadable (in French)

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1853.html

  11.1854, Books: German Sign Language

    1) From:     LINCOM.EUROPA at t-online.de (LINCOM EUROPA)
       Subject:  Sign Lang: Typologische Aspekte der Deutschen Gebaerdensprache

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1854.html

  11.1855, TOC: Russian Linguistics

    1) From:     kap-listman at wkap.nl
       Subject:  Russian Linguistics. Vol. 24, Issue 2

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1855.html

  11.1856, Books: Corpus Based Linguistics

    1) From:     "Eric van Broekhuizen" <E.van.Broekhuizen at rodopi.nl>
       Subject:  Corpus Based Ling: Multi-word Verbs in Early Modern English, Claridge

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/11/11-1856.html



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