LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Thu Sep 18 2003

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  14.2477, TOC: Sign Language & Linguistics, 5/2 (2003)

    1) From:     paul at
       Subject:  Sign Language & Linguistics, Vol 5 No 2 (2003)

  14.2478, TOC: Journal of Language & Politics 2/1 (2002)

    1) From:     paul at
       Subject:  Journal of Language & Politics, Vol 2 No 1 (2002)

  14.2479, Review: Sociolinguistics: Nagle & Sanders, ed. (2003)

    1) From:     Jo  Tyler <jtyler at>
       Subject:  English in the Southern US

  14.2480, Review: Pragmatics: Maynard (2002)

    1) From:     Michael Haugh <m.haugh at>
       Subject:  Linguistic Emotivity

  14.2481, Review: Syntax/Semantics: Di Sciullo, ed. (2003)

    1) From:     Ahmad R. Lotfi <arlotfi at>
       Subject:  Asymmetry in Grammar, Vol. I: Syntax and Semantics

  14.2482, Review: Morph/Phon/Lang Acquisition: Di Sciullo, ed.

    1) From:     Andrew Ira Nevins <anevins at MIT.EDU>
       Subject:  Asymmetry in Grammar, vol. 2: Morphology, Phonology, Acquisition

  14.2483, Review: Linguistics Theory: Preyer & Peter, eds. (2002)

    1) From:     Angmm <angmm at>
       Subject:  Logical Form and Language

  14.2484, Review: Morphology/Syntax: Plank, ed. (2003)

    1) From:     Yura Lander <land_yu at>
       Subject:  Noun Phrase Structure in the Languages of Europe

  14.2485, Review: Discourse Analysis: Beeching (2002)

    1) From:     Fay Wouk <f.wouk at>
       Subject:  Gender, Politeness and Pragmatic Particles in French

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