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Prenominal Adjectives with Complements
Aspect in Hindi
Linguistics in General Education
Languages with fricative-initi
Parallel multilingual wordlists
Paralinguictic clicks (summary)
Prosodic Marking of Negation
Tense marking on pronouns - Part 3
Tense marking on pronouns - Part 4
Tense marking on pronouns
Wanna, Searchin' and Spellings like that
Meaning Analysis of a Sentence
Summary on meaning analysis of
Herbert F.W., Stahlke
LEOUE, Jean Gilbert
Speaker Recognition Tapes Give
Compounding in Creoles
Farquharson, Joseph T.
EU language planning/policy
Greenall, Ann Jorid Klungervik
VERB into VERBing
Th. Gries, Stefan
Pronouns and Demonstratives
Lloyd McBurney, Susan
German NP inflection (continued)