LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Tue Jul 6 2004

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  15.1988, Books: Language Description (Ge'ez): Weninger

    1) From:     lincom.europa at
       Subject:  Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic): Weninger

  15.1989, Books: Syntax/Pragmatics: Insua

    1) From:     lincom.europa at
       Subject:  Existential There-Constructions in Contemporary British English: Insua

  15.1990, Books: Sociolinguistics: Agudo

    1) From:     lincom.europa at
       Subject:  Historical and Theoretical Approaches to English Satire: Agudo

  15.1991, Books: Historical Linguistics: Pertejo

    1) From:     lincom.europa at
       Subject:  The Progressive in the History of English: Pertejo

  15.1992, Confs: Computational Ling/Geneva, Switzerland

    1) From:     Vincenzo.Pallotta at
       Subject:  3rd International Workshop on Robust Methods in Analysis of Natural Language Data

  15.1993, Confs: Lang Description/London, UK

    1) From:     fl2 at
       Subject:  BAAL colloquium 'Joint efforts, shared benefits - advances in methodology,good practice and theory building for and through language documentation'

  15.1994, Confs: General Ling/London, UK

    1) From:     patrick.honeybone at
       Subject:  Linguistics Association of Great Britain Annual Meeting 2004

  15.1995, Confs: Computational Ling/Vienna, Austria

    1) From:     ernst at
       Subject:  7 Konferenz zur Verarbeitung natuerlicher Sprache

  15.1996, Confs: General Ling/S. Miguel, Portugal

    1) From:     Antonio.Branco at
       Subject:  New Call/Conference: 5th Discourse Anaphora and Anaphor Resolution Colloquium

  15.1997, Confs: General Ling/Edinburgh, UK

    1) From:     patrick.honeybone at
       Subject:  1st International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English

  15.1998, Calls: Computational Ling/Poland; Text/Corpus Ling

    1) From:     letra at
       Subject:  Practical Applications in Language and Computers
    2) From:     hardarik at
       Subject:  Aktuelle Projekte in Textlinguistik und Textverstehensforschung

  15.1999, Review: Socioling: Glenn, LeBaron & Mandelbaum (2003)

    1) From:     Galina Bolden <gbolden at>
       Subject:  Studies in Language and Social Interaction

  15.2000, TOC: PhiN.Philologie im Netz Vol 30 (2004)

    1) From:     PhiN.Philologie im Netz <phin at>
       Subject:  PhiN 30/2004

  15.2001, TOC: Journal/Communication Disorders 37:5 (2004)

    1) From:     j.neden at
       Subject:   Journal of Communication Disorders, volume 37, issue 5

  15.2002, Review: Historical Linguistics: Machan (2003)

    1) From:     Simon Meecham-Jones <stmj2 at>
       Subject:  English in the Middle Ages

  15.2003, Diss: Psycholing: Burkhardt: 'Representation...'

    1) From:     petra.burkhardt at
       Subject:  Representation and Interpretation at the Syntax-Discourse Interface

  15.2004, Diss: Comp Ling/Semantics: Paul: 'An HPSG...'

    1) From:     soma_paul at
       Subject:  An HPSG Account of Bangla Compound Verbs with LKB Implementation

  15.2005, Review: Socioling/Lang Description: Mous (2003)

    1) From:     Mike Morgan <Mike.Morgan at>
       Subject:  The Making of a Mixed Language: The Case of Ma'a/Mbugu

  15.2006, FYI: The EMELD Language Query Room

    1) From:     Doug Whalen <whalen at>
       Subject:  The EMELD Language Query Room

  15.2007, Jobs: English: Teacher, China

    1) From:     lweiming at
       Subject:  English: Teacher, Northwest University of Political Science and Law

  15.2008, Jobs: Portuguese & Linguistics: Lecturer, U/Macau

    1) From:     debraiu at
       Subject:  Portuguese & Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Macau

  15.2009, Jobs: Multilinguality: Manager, U/Brighton, UK

    1) From:     Domino.Moore at
       Subject:  Multilinguality: Manager, University of Brighton, East Sussex, UK

  15.2010, Jobs: Russian: Temporary Lectureship, U/Surrey

    1) From:     g.corbett at
       Subject:  Russian: Temporary Lectureship, University of Surrey, UK

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