LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Thu Mar 25 2004

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LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Thu Mar 25 2004.

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  15.1002, All: Imagine LINGUIST with 1/5th our crew...

    1) From:     linguist at
       Subject:  Imagine LINGUIST with 1/5th our crew...
    2) From:     linguist at
       Subject:  How to Donate...
    3) From:     linguist at
       Subject:  Contributors So Far....

  15.1003, Calls: General Ling/Canada

    1) From:     Sally Rice sally.rice at
       Subject:  7th Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language

  15.1004, Calls: Applied Ling/USA;Computational Ling/Switzerland

    1) From:     Hellinger at
       Subject:  Language and Gender
    2) From:     pz at
       Subject:  3rd International Workshop On Computational Terminology

  15.1005, Diss: Syntax: Sifaki: 'EPP Satisfiers...'

    1) From:     evisifaki at
       Subject:  EPP Satisfiers: Verb-Initial Orders in Greek

  15.1006, Books: Sociolinguistics: Nunberg

    1) From:     jaime.leifer at
       Subject:  Going Nucular: Geoffrey Nunberg

  15.1007, Jobs: Pashtu: Translator, Allworld Lang. Consultants

    1) From:     intern1 at
       Subject:  Pashto / Pashtu Linguist: Translator, Allworld Language Consultants

  15.1008, Jobs: Italian Linguistics: Full Prof, U/Basel

    1) From:     elwys.destefani at
       Subject:  Italian Linguistics: Full Prof, University of Basel, Switzerland

  15.1009, Jobs: Neurolinguistics: Asst Prof, New York U

    1) From:     anna.szabolcsi at
       Subject:  Neurolinguistics: Asst Prof, New York University

  15.1010, Disc: Re: How China discovered America...?

    1) From:     "Steven Adelewitz" <Bronx at>
       Subject:  Re: 15.986, Disc: How China discovered America...?
    2) From:     Mark Irwin <irwin at>
       Subject:  Discussion: How China discovered America...?

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