LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Wed Mar 26 2003

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LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Wed Mar 26 2003.

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  14.874, Qs: English 'Some', Texas Dialects

    1) From:     Erich Round <erich at>
       Subject:  meanings of 'some'
    2) From:     Melissa Pitts <m_r_p_3 at>
       Subject:  Texas Dialects

  14.875, Diss: Ling Theories: Werry "Rhetoric and..."

    1) From:     cwerry at
       Subject:  Ling Theories: Werry "Rhetoric and Reflexivity in..."

  14.876, Sum: Speaker Recognition Tapes Given in Evidence

    1) From:     Fay Wouk <f.wouk at>
       Subject:  Summary:  speaker recognition in audio tapes given in evidence

  14.877, Books: History of Ling: Chomsky (auth), McGilvray (ed)

    1) From:     robert.stoothoff at
       Subject:  Cartesian Linguistics: Chomsky (auth), McGilvray (ed)

  14.878, Books: Historical Ling/Lang Desc German: Stickel (ed)

    1) From:     julia.ulrich at
       Subject:   Deutsch von Aussen:  Stickel (ed.)

  14.879, All: Important Update from LINGUIST

    1) From:     linguist at
       Subject:  Important News - Elsevier Science Super Prize

  14.880, Review: Stylistics: Semino & Culpeper (2002)

    1) From:     Geert Brone <Geert.Brone at>
       Subject:  Cognitive Stylistics: Language and Cognition in Text Analysis

  14.881, Calls: Computational Ling, Romania/Lang & Europe, UK

    1) From:     Amalia.Todirascu at
       Subject:  2003 EUROLAN Summer School on The Semantic Web and Language Technology
    2) From:     prs1 at
       Subject:  Language and the Future of Europe: Ideologies, Policies and Practices

  14.882, Calls: Text, Speech & Dialogue/Phonology & Morphology

    1) From:     Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmusse at>
       Subject:  International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue
    2) From:     "Ingo Plag" <plag at>
       Subject:  Phonology and Morphology of Creole Languages

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