LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Thu May 2 2002

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  13.1211, Qs: Urdu Syntax, Phonology-based Iconic Morphology

    1) From:     832 <832 at>
       Subject:  Phrase Structure rules for Urdu
    2) From:     Zylogy at
       Subject:  Phonology-based diagrammatically iconic morphology

  13.1212, Media: Article: Promoting Native Languages

    1) From:     "Karen S. Chung" <karchung at>
       Subject:  Promoting native languages

  13.1213, TOC: Journal of Pragmatics, Vol.34 No.6

    1) From:     "Neden, Julie (ELS)" <j.neden at>
       Subject:  Journal of Pragmatics, 05291, Vol 34 Iss 6

  13.1214, TOC: System, Vol.30 No.2

    1) From:     "Neden, Julie (ELS)" <j.neden at>
       Subject:   System, 00335, Vol 30 Iss 2

  13.1215, Books: Pragmatics: Essays in Speech Act Theory

    1) From:     paul at
       Subject: Essays in Speech Act Theory edited by Vanderveken & Kubo

  13.1216, Books: Language Description: Modern Chinese Grammar

    1) From:     paul at
       Subject: The Establishment of Modern Chinese Grammar by Shi

  13.1217, Books: Pragmatics: When Listeners Talk by Gardner

    1) From:     paul at
       Subject:  When Listeners Talk by Gardner

  13.1218, Books: Syntax:Pronouns, Clitics and Empty Nouns

    1) From:     paul at
       Subject:  Pronouns, Clitics and Empty Nouns by Panagiotidis

  13.1219, Books: Pragmatics, Fernando Poyatos, Vol.1

    1) From:     paul at
       Subject:  Nonverbal Communication Across Disciplines by Poyatos, vol. 1

  13.1220, Jobs: Semantics: Visiting AsstProf USC-Los Angeles CA

    1) From:     culver at
       Subject:  Semantics: Visiting AsstProf, at U/Southern CA, Los Angeles CA USA

  13.1221, Support: Phonology, Typology: Univ/Amsterdam Netherlands

    1) From:     Folkert Kuiken <folkert.kuiken at>
       Subject:  Phonology, Typology: PhD at Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands

  13.1222, Jobs: Translation: Various Languages in VA USA

    1) From:     Franklin Lopez <translat at>
       Subject:  Translation: Various Languages for PSC, Inc, in Reston, Virginia USA

  13.1223, Diss: Phonology: Schaefer "The prosodic..."

    1) From:     steven.schaefer at
       Subject:  Phonology: Schaefer "The prosodic behavior of sentence..."

  13.1224, Calls: Late Call:Comparative Romance Ling/MLA

    1) From:     "James S. Monk" <jsm5x at>
       Subject:  Comparative Romance Linguistics at MLA 2002 -- LATE  CALL

  13.1225, Media: Article:: Human-modeled Speech Synthesis

    1) From:     "Karen S. Chung" <karchung at>
       Subject:  Human-modeled speech synthesis

  13.1226, Calls: Macedonian Ling, Universal Lang

    1) From:     Brian Joseph <bjoseph at>
       Subject:  Conference Announcement
    2) From:     <jytak at>
       Subject:  Call for Papers: The Journal of Universal Language

  13.1227, Calls: Hungarian Structure, Natural Lang Processing

    1) From:     ICSH6 <icsh6 at>
       Subject:  Sixth International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian
    2) From:     Anna-Maria Di Sciullo <di_sciullo.anne-marie at>
       Subject:  Last call for papers, Language, Brain and Computation

  13.1228, Calls: Historical Syntax,Dialogue Semantics&Pragmatics

    1) From:     "Juhani Klemola" <juhani.klemola at>
       Subject:  2nd CfP: Approaches to Historical Syntax
    2) From:     edilog at
       Subject:  EDILOG 2002, 3rd CFP (Submission deadline: May 10)

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