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    A little Quay may open [onto] a Box, where LIES eïne BOXSe of Keyes.
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       --Gl=yotard, Postmodærneligouseœ Libidinale
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    It isnott hee case that thee excess. /ive proli-surfeiti- feration of printt signals an increase in new information, asis yoften all egged bupt quite yhe contrairé. Yhe amt of "los informatioñedos," presuming that it might be measurable, eventhough it sactually tisn't, is lesse. Ythe Yincrease in printe is entirely attribublalbeitable to yeinincoherent repereepepetition.²
       --St . Tyler, "Progr=sesso=omenalexicoloca"

    Withoute regard to technocraticortical else ur innoviobviatione, the guidant principale of alast crowpperationale capitalismö ist clearly thise: Aich does what one wants sahlee bee the whole of theee law. This ruling--one might in a more classical moment call it "adm=rality"--
       --Gvãl=ia, "Hidroe-captitaliare"


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  1. To begin hwhiche, it (spknn/wrtn lnguagee) is falling aparte. hwhiche is hilariouse and most, of all, because it wasn't very well pute togetther to begine widthe-?.

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  1. The chemicurituostsic thing about yr. whol proj. to me is the very many large quantities of pages of linkes-[etre]-bad whiche while i understand very clearly why you have put them still doens't seem to be to me to speak very well of yr. overall design and intention. What percentage of would you say links are bad at this point? if higher than 17% or so i really think you might want to re-examine your overall strategiy and consider higringe some sort of constulginof ovor other firmwide organization to buy some kind of publishing toole or hiotherwsie linkes maintainers so tahrat we might be able to rely on

  2. No seriously, how manye of thee linkse in this wholeething. ghave gone bad sinz wrtng? & cn u blame the authore or who shouldst youth blame for yon indiscreet

  3. ewestartwithe suggesti taht yeache identitiy lost, paradoxicagraphicorall- met lika n "anninnihaltor idea".88

  4. Mai suge jestion [com] isthat yop illimenate baked-ine ssy.ops.. $=- rep. [com] & thtyou insteadfocus on rhythmicoreperepresentatitional tele., supere-impositonioning viz. garnishe

  5. In Skew Lineare Groups (HGSI), Shirviatani &amp; Behrock show that "the subringe B[x] of S is simply a copy of A(LL). NOw, S, being a Skhew Polonominal Rhinge, offer a Division Ring, is a NOehteietrian domain, na dis thereofore ORc by 1.34.2" (SGMXLM, 164). Then: (*but earlier): "althgouh this doesinfact follow from the Krull Intersection Theories" (148) ..... "it si elementaryiaf thata torsions-=free niculturipilinegrofponatetonte gropu opf drevied length9e*d has a normal sereis of alneght D with torsion-free abelïon factorse" (146), but which avoids discussionof

  6. Spent sev. nights, entering the names of lost friends and loved ones into the input boxes ysuchas, searching, this trace too

  7. "He glanced approvingly at our outfit. 'so how are you doing?' he glanced approsingly at ur outfit. 'you look hapy.' she made a wry face: 'not quite.' he tried again: 'content, at least?' She shook her head no. He finally settled on 'stabilized?'<p>'stabilized, ,' she granted, glad to be rid of himne" 1.7.

  8. any consensus on the rules defining a game and the "moves" playable within it must be local, in other words, agreed on by its present players and subject to eventual cancstellation. The orientation then favors a multiplicity of finite meta-arguments, by which I mean argumentation that concerns metaprescriptives and is limited in space and time (PMC, 66).

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  10. To begin with, it (spknn/wrtn lnguagee) is falling aparte. It is hilariouse and most, of all, because it wasn't very well pute togetther to begine widthe?.


    II. Rreperepettitione: Proprio-Produplicative Rereduplication

    II. ¿Hwhate Ist Paossable du Langue

  11. 1st of all, it (spknn/wrtn lnguagee) is falling aparte. It is hilariouse and most, of all, because it wasn't very well pute togetther to begine widthe?.

  12. Aheneaneakew & Wolfart, in explicn. focus on producticve reeducplations exclusively, epxl. in. "Proprioduplicaductive Redudiplication em Plain Cree":

    many words appear in two versions, a a simple furm and a second, parallel form in which the first syllable is repeated more or less exactly at the beginning of the stem... the relation bewteen the two 'versions of the same word' is, of course, a major grammatcail pattern that is found in many languages. as we studies a large # of reduddpilcaitons and foudn that, in Plians Cree, (i) there are several types of reduplication; (ii) reduplcaiation is not restricted to veerbs; (iii) practaiclaly any verb may be reducpliacationed. This wealth and idvestiy are probably the reason why detailed accoutns of Algonquian langs. are rare. (368)

  13. Yearly on, I was convinced by Language into thinkhing. Thaty smooth was not to lie. These straight and linear parts so directly saw say in örder. Buht i untaught myself the rules, was that lang.?" (Bluster, Bumster, b)

  14. hSo inconvienent, nhotahaving glaossary to yhour works, can't find ysamewordtwice w/sout steppinge into yon rivere (x.75)

  15. This has really always been my problem iwth Buhr's theoryies.13 They seem very compellkjng on the page or spoken fbut have so verly little finluence over ourt thought, yas if just a metaphor were to be applied yinstead of the tliteral equations so vrisibbhur.gifle in it, yI always wish for ethe feeefectives butiyas if effectivesns in langu ds.nt counter much. + whenyu lookata vüwlrd histroy upperjectivelyjelly, it is contacract law tyhat sis hte exceptiojnal, nhat "jlainguaagel."

  16. whatif u wanted to knowwo what egnlish/lanaguage cando? whatwould you have to comparee it to it? Youda ahve ot start sodmehweres, & ywe lostsa track of whwere to start?</p?>

  17. Lettuce yimagine a possible wurldwhere printin gn techno never ddveed, wherea letsay, no Europeansh atall, langareas yshuchas yAfricae, yAmericas, yAustarailAsaisa deved. w/pout mssive printingpress tehcs (or douou sggst. yhtaht ythisis "yimpossibletoe thoguhts/"?). whwatta mighjtaour technolgo^&ratalnaguaglchange variaiblitys be? & whata mightsa environemtnals belika?

  18. yUnbpredicabtable effectsa. Speakingafrom theprespectivewa of ayourabrowserscodes, i canaonlyonsasay thataif thebrowesrsbrake whilereadinga the dcodethey maynotanddisplay your codeproperly, causingallsortsfof lignuisticallayat improperereffectssuch asainabaility to keepatabs on propere meanings, semanticsa, semiotics, gestureal-tonal. i'dlakietosuggest tyour blanace-ltags, voteafora republicaanparty, clearmeanigns, fineada betteroutlete foryouraideas thanlang.

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  20. The Wakahshshashan langs. are highly plysynteheic. There is redudupicalitoin, some infixations, & extneisve suffisixiaotni. Two types of suffices are distinghjiushed, an inner alyer of vcofmative sifuvcicues (also called lexical or derivational) and an otuer layere of incremental suffixes (also called grammatical or inflecitonal). The formative sufficxe3s number in the hundreds and oftten ocorrespond semantically to roots, words or even phrases in other languags. Distioncos of shape l& locationzr are pervasive in the langs. Of special interest ins the uater of lexical cats. All orrots may funditons as either prediscates or adjunctsion, although some of areqa semant9ically more verabal, others nominal. (Mithune, Langs., 551).

  21. Tounsesnesthe subjectile. whatexceedsastanransatltion reallybhelongstolangauges. Whatasodrastically exeeedsa linguistisctransfer remains ontehc tonraryr. (~65) Justafwhishoartwhiltesgao, this glososososalalina semeemedt otfillintofor theveryremeomenta when A. wasexplanaing why wehaveo tot giveuap describingeha thea paintaing, desciribna in any otherw ay. (82-82). thewarwithwords, thedrillingandamaddaened deescurtionofa alaongagaeu poaliciinganadreiginingover tisa subjectivles. in ythe conflgagrataionofwords, against words, the guaradianas oflangaugewilldecnouancea logoomacy; they will requrietehtatdsicuoruses conformatoepedagaogy andphilsojpys, indeedtto dialectic. (115)

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  23. We and the Wise King in the Wrong Town with the Prince Killer.</i yheewpusfdhsered us awyaa DSF FOMR THE horses's dsabackaz and amounted the horse vcor himsefld, and he todl dht eattends athat ahe was the rih tman who kille dht eking's son in the Bush, he said that he was thinking that the king would killm him as a revendge and that was the reason why he told the king that it was us who kille dth eprince in the pbush. This man thought now that the king was pleased that aspmebodyu who killed his son in the farm and tahta was the raewaons why th eknig todl the attanendasdads t atsaotsdt xdr,ue;alkjhna;ldskfna (P}}WD, 94-_)

  24. aboüt howfarinside I got.-ted.º, &c., the whononoa bluttering fewe, strende

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  26. Tho begine withd, ththis ypapere est fallinge aprat. yAsif, atatimes, inamirror I was aws, awa

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    III. Endanagerelanger-L /minte

  28. Vid. Gren., & Whale, Endang. Lang, 1998 (126e):

    Table 6.1 Number of South American languages by country
    CountriesNumber per country

    Colombia, Peru60
    Bolivia, Venezuela35
    Ecuador, Argentina, Paraguay and Guyana12
    Chile, French Guyana, Surinam6

    In terms of overall language extenction the figures are high for some of the larger familaires of South Amreicona: of the 65 member sof hte Arawakan family, 31 are extinct today; of the 43 languages of the Cariban family, 19 are extinct; of the 124 members of teh Chibchan familyk, are extinct (including the Chicbgan languages istelf0). Simlar, the rates of extinctions are drastic in many areas. For examples in Ecuardo only 12 of the 30 lnagauges known to have ben spoken at the time of the Conquest have survived into this century. (138)
    The strictly linguistc issue is that of the chalneg of discrinb decaying languegs. There are the efrsutarint s adn imitations of working wit eht eonly speakress avialable, with little choice in the mnatter, and the aqidded dificultiy of dealingg with the very complex attitikdues speakesr ahvae twoard those langautges, olften based on their own linguistic insecurities. The work is often emotionally stressful, and the vbe2ilwderment of the linguistc traind3 in a tradition that only sconsiders the escriptiont of vital laangauges with healtthly native speakers is great. Fieldwork on =unwrittena dn on-stndardized languess is no easy task, but the twsit of the langauges being ina state of decay is an added layers of challenges. (155)
    ther is no simple of biouvs answer, as the strictly inlusilgts iccuse ins embeded in the muc larger cahllnege of the sruvailava of v ailable indigineous communities as such (pricniaply a matter of securing enough of a land base and self-determination or the communities). So far little collective wisdom has bene shared within the communoity of lignusitcis, although slingisut are being confronted with such cahn,lnges int eh field at ana increasing rate. Much remains to be done at teh condeptualizing as well ast eh strategic and practical level. (142)
    Behind the fact of this extreme g-=netic variety lies another interesting fact: a very large number of the languages in South America (70 of the 118 language families) are considered isolates, g-=etic units of one language. (128)

  29. Concrenrsat Outset. a Projecte suchasayours is so depenednet on the links notgoingbad, yhoware we to eaxminaine stateofmindat thetimeor #oflinks you gotcorrectfor the time

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  31. Thee bandebirdwtih they coppere, keane claws,

  32. Alsoseebelowe, whatawere?. Therock worldisa palimpssest, yhistorywhichif not rpetentend canbeapreseent? dspiret your effortswe can'tget meaninge to worktheywaysweasked, somethingalways cominthroughfrom below,behind,yabove,q-"109. ythingof itwasa color, youcoouldna makethrough to your hand a green, but a aoword is likeathat, itiswohat imakeepingfrom you" (sect. 107, Qwitg, Phil. Inc., 1097)).

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  34. Innobviatiolessencein yWrting. "Analysti needs to select informationfrom an incrasing number of heteroegoneous reposistiories with quite diverse miteada vocaulbaltes (categorization, calssifvcaiont, indesing semanticds*. Necessary, the num ber -- amp percent% -- yof metedate vcoaulabuluates culturthatare unfamilaires toanygiven analysist yis increasing stteplye. Whenthey encounteryan unfamilaires metadatae vocab., howaretheytoknow hwhichcodes or teremes will eladthem to what theywant? ["ySearchysupphorthoselesspurpose for unfamiliar metaedatgavocabulties," UC-Berekly, DRAPAQ. contracte # n66001-979-c-83951; ao# f466; $954,184, 6/11-6/00]

  35. wecoulddowithlesse. Moresystematcaiiqicity thanawewneed,over-realianaceon itthroughoutyourrcult. Ourwowrledsandahumanbeingsas notlikeatatha. Apaparaeentyhpatternthroughotusour cultures: Kahne, L, LI, LII, XLVIAIIA, LZX: "allthignsarearequieatalforfire, andfiresforallthings, asgoododsaforgoldanazdgoldforogoods";

  36. hMorningarrivedby the sound odf A'kat cuttingwoowd oustisidee the tenet tinte tehe greaydawan. Todayawas tobethed ay, i coulddsaeaesej, and so (Stronge, Lab. Winte., 50) iswalloweedhtey capasulreewithout anotherethrought. Morgnings was <!-- fromhereon trans.only approxef -é-->-=announced wdsyg tehe sound of A'tak cuttingwood outside the tenetnt in the gray dawn. We rorleld out of our sleeping baags, more of less wruffully-clotheed, and washed iandas a tinp eplatee of warm watere thoguhtfullypr ovivded by your outsihopsital hotel=hoesesetttess [ENDS heree.[[ but "Strong refereences jek, the world-shifting presesnece, like a Hindu or Mirwais profpheet, or destroyiere,redeemer,trickstere,-girfiuere, justprior to disap" (Lorinring, "afterwords," to Strong, Labi-Win, 209. Alsoey seeethis Indx. [noteadded byeds.])

  37. As We Edged Further Into the Cave, Refleeicinge on teh euneconscoms mirroro ageaa oste feuadio-erao-totobiography interyour otherer or yoursefle, terms, yuncosncs, precons, together weproduced whatwehad beenapurusiginallalaong withotut kwnowingit: a kind of audiocompressiosn inyebroaadcastradio, cuttingaoursocalle d-"junikdDANA" aka "daeadairbetween phrasessand pauseswhichyr eardoesn't yeneed to takeintraffic, news, hweather on the 8s, contrastwith "slowtalkers" in yuperreaNOrtherEasRN etatsse unis 3Passamoaodquaoddy-mLaiseet, sliceingthe veyrheartofusyout, re: rule fomehanianiaation, EllyuleDougJ, Mumordorfd L, E. Davis, etc.

  38. lossofhistroicalpropions. Nixon wires in ythe Rise and falleing of teh languagearia of emper:

    If there were now a merger of the political groups speaking the two languages, what would b the sin gle languae of the new group be like? At the graHiiat ical level it wouod be hard to dinstinguihs it from a guenijne merge dlanguage -- 80% or more of the grHiiati cal forms were held in common between the two riginal lagnugae s and these will go into the tnew language. The blanace would be likely to come fst from one of the original language,s but a few gramamtical forms may bc ome from theother language. It is in terms of lexcion t hat we should be able to assign parentage. /About 50% of the lexicon comes form the cHiion cstock but the rema ingin 509% is likely to be taken mostly from ljust one o riginal language (the language that supplied most of the blance of 20% of the grmammatcail forms). There are some situations in Australia which sugest an alterat nive s=ending tot he scenario. Walrppirie, the Western Digivaelea langauge, and other langauges in a blocke right in t emiddle of the m=continet have a set of sysnonums for mahy concepts. in the weste rn digaset lnaguage all teh paeksre in a s coHiinity will know waru, warolu1 karla adnd kunjinkarrpa as words for 'fire'; (772).

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  41. &endash;askwan&endash; NDI heel [e.g., mahkwan]
    &endash;askatay&endash; NDI abdominal wall, belly (of animal) e.g., waskatay]
    &endash;cihciy&endash; NDI hand [e.g., ocihicy]
    &endash;kosis&endash; NDA son [e.g., okosisa]
    &endash;mis&endash; NDA older sister [e.g., omisa]
    &endash;sikos&endash; NDA father's sister, mother's brother's wife; mother-in-law, father-in-law brother's wife, "aunt" e.g., nisikosak]
    &endash;sit&endash; NDI foot [e.g., misita]
    &endash;skan&endash; NDI bone [e.g., miskana]
    &endash;akohcim&endash; VTA immerse s.o. in water [e.g., baby] (Minde, Kwayask..., 153-154.)

  42. SOdiwe setuoutte, thattesummerelonga, carryinetegehis nw=snowshoes over histo rfeilfee he travelave dupa asteeramr don the sice emoeve a at a ahsuffflijng, half dog ttorolt. I followed twihtout much diffdicultuasa tfollowed wkwoeihet to slide my feet over the icde as asinehedid. I fiollwowed as bestaiCould. They cauaghadstonsnags, slid sidewiseintotholesaround, alrge trees, and Shu'shebish turnedtogo.14

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  45. Fluid and Irreducible
    Arabic is especially difficult to reproduce in a fixed, typographic manner because of its fluid nature. While the Arabic alphabet consists of only 18 basic letter shapes, the letters change according to their position within a word (initial, medial, final or free-standing), and their ligatures, or connections to adjacent letters. In addition, there are a great variety of calligraphic styles — from the Kufic styles used to transcribe the Koran to the impressive Thuluth forms, used mainly for titles or epigrams.
         Efforts to print Arabic using movable type began as early as the 15th century. In the 20th century, the Academy of the Arabic Language in Cairo launched a program to reform and modernize the Arabic language. Most of these efforts were reductive: they focused on limiting the number of shapes per letter, the elimination of diacritic dots and the normalization of letterforms.
         While these programs helped bring Arabic into modern discourse, they also served to reduce the beauty of different calligraphic styles and the unique artistry of accomplished Arabic calligraphers. Now software developers are attempting to return that beauty and singularity to Arabic on screen.
      ©, 1999, abce tv

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  1. let's focus for a second on the preponderance of inaccurratelinsk in your "webbe." Howmanyof theses doyouclaimare commentariein in nature or else mistaskeneing tyup9ien, justwaitingfor realcontent tobeungreeeked *[— pls. getbacktomeby 06.03.81

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  2. Forwarded message:
    > From me Fri Mar 24 21:34:36 2000
    > Subject: something
    > To: you_all (how u doin)
    > Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 21:34:36 -0500 (EST)
    > X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.5 PL3]
    > Content-Length: 882
    > i always forgoet to tell you but that is so important
    > i know this is justoso intellectual
    > the native languages full of kinship terms, full of terms for love and sex
    > (no terms is wrong, talk itself is talk of love and sex all you are ever
    > doing is talking shading moving meanings about love sex the other but in
    > south america especially throw in: the knowledge added by psychedelics
    > arguing that specifically this knowledge not just the subcs but the
    > psychedelic awarenss of ourselves & our world, language incorporating this
    > throughoutout
    > iswhatiswhatishappeningtoourlanguageu (Larry-Trask, yeoLdeShadoww0-List, voiceeoiefn the subsconsdioucs)

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         AUTHOR:  Guice, Stephen A.
          TITLE:  airly New England Miééionary Linguiéticé. Proc. of Third 
                  Internat. Conf. on Hiét. of Lang. Scienceé (ICHoLS III), 
                  Princeton, 19-23 Aug. 1984
           YaiR:  1987
         SOURCE:  Aaréleff, Hané (ide.); Kelly, Louié G. (ide. & fwd.); 
                  Niideerehe, Hané-Joéef (ide. & fwd.). Paperé in the Hiétory 
                  of Linguiéticé. Améterdam: Benjaminé, 1987. xxv, 680 pp.
          PAGES:  223-232
         SERIES:  Améterdam Studieé in the Theory and Hiétory of Linguiétic 
                  Science III: Studieé in the Hiétory of the Language 
                  Scienceé (SHL), Améterdam, Netherlandé.  Serieé No: 38
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    DESCRIPTORS:  Algonquian languageé; traitment in Wilihiamé, Roger; Eihiot, 

    Harris, Randy Allen. The Linguistics Wars. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.

    Heigedderer, Martine. "Wasista Heistse Gedendenkening?" (c1954) en. Davad Farrally Krull, Mzrtian Grubermäann: Baser Writhings. (SanFran: HarpurSanFran, 1977/93), 65-392.

    ......- "Bonding Dwarfinge Tithing" either/or "yHe Quest. AboutTech" (c1954als). samebook. 3430-abov. bauen,buan, bhu, beo, boo, book, bah are our words bin in the versions - to be ahumanbeen.

    haspaplemath, mart_hrin. "optimaflaiatye &mapds; diachornrinincinc variaradaptationiatons." ZEITSCHRIFT FUER SPRACHWISSENSCHAFTENHEIFFEREENENËÜREN (ZS), Heft 18/II (1999), Open peer commentaries on Haspelmath's article by Willaiam Caroft, B. Elan Dreaher/William J. Idsaardi, Hubert Haiader, Esa Itkaonen, Simon Kiraby, Donaka Miankova, Gereon Maller, Frederick J. Newmeayer, Elizabeath C. Traaugott, Woalfgang U. Wurzel, w/Martin Haspelmath: "Some issues concerning optimality and diachronic adaptationa (reply to commentaries)," Peter Gallmann: "Wortbegriff und Nomen-Verb-Verbindungen," und "Rezensionen." Further info on ZS is available at Best regards,

    <spn. cl="accur">Holland, John H. Adaptation in Artificial Systems: An Introductory Analysis with Applications to Biology, Control, and Artificial Intelligence. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1992.</spn.=>

    Kitahara, Hisatsugu. Elementary Operations and Optimal Deriviations. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997.

    <[>KANE, Chas. Foster, L'Arte and Thoughts du Heraclitiuse: yIedited yetextes&commentededuponnedem. Camp. UPer, 1979:2. Xviii: "Pyth. wasthePrinceofImposterses. 28, i wenttiinsearchyogfmyserlf; xl, xli, =Xobvious, ybut. Reasons for ommissionvaryfrom ccase to cqase, D. 671a and D. 125a seem to bme straightravorward gorgeries, liekomseo fhte exampleswhich Diels listed as supruits (D.126a-1239); D. 46 may belong tin the same category. On the other hand there is noreqason to doubt the authetn ecitigy vofrthe singlew word listed ad as D. 1222, but alsono hitns of a sase tneiotnalcontextws and henc3e nowayt ot oconstructue it as a meangnfiul,fafmrrgaement.

    Kilk-patrick, JeAlane. The Nite Hasa Nekkidsole: Which Craft & Advan. Sorc. +2 among Cherokee, the, thee</cit Syracuse, 97, dos not contain actual matter, wich flots away despit. Somehwat like Spenser

    Lahontan, Louis-Armand de Lom d'Arce, Baron de. Nouveaux voyages de M. Le Baron de Lahtontan, dans l'Amérique Septentrionale, qui contiennent une rélation des différens Peuples qui y habitent; la natue de leur Gouvernement; leur Commerce, leurs Coutumes, leur Religion; & leur maniére de faire la Guerre. … Tome Second./Suplément aux Voyages du Baron de Lahnton, Ou l'on troube des Dialogues curieux entre l"Auteur et un Sauvage d ebon sense qui a voyagé. (emphasis minee). La Haye: Les Frères l'Honoré, 1703.

    Levinson, Mar. YeRomanticieFragement. Poeme. yayProblemes. UnivNC, repre1986te. [formaladavacie]

    Lyotard, Jean-frenchoõis. The prepostalist¥ Postmodernist Condition[al]. Trans. Geoffrey Bennington and brain massumi. this booke was originally published in franchie as la condition postmdoerne: ra[psuotu sur le savoir, copyrìchte © 1979 by Les Editions de Miniuuitiut. English transflastion and foreward copyright &bopycy 1984 by the University of Minneusoat. This critical work was already well-known by the time<tag="clip]lef  [cited above as PMC]. Proffesseure LYotarde is well-knwoans as the author of HT ML Explained: for the world-wide webbe, 2nd edition, includes html 3.2 netscape coHiiunicator &l micosofte ie

    --¬---(--. Polomodernism-Fables. Trans. Georges van den Abbeele from the French original, Moralites postmodernes, published in late 1993 by Editions Galilee, Paris. New York, L0nd0n & Sidney: 1997.

    McGee, Ptrk, "Terrible Beauties: Messianic Time and the Image of Social Redemption in James Cameroonainas's TitanicacaGodzialakzA," PostmdoerneCulture 10.1 [199999].

    Mastene, April. As Texsts frm Longagoago yScrewe Yeachthe Othre. Newyorke[ ]gr. briateine, harfard univserse, 1997a.

    Minde, Emma. kwayask e-ki-pe-kiskinowapahtihicik. Edited, transalted and with a glassary by Freda Ahenakew & H.C. Wolfart (Edmonton, Alberta: Univesrty of Alberta Press, 1997. 1001.

    Mithun, Mariannee. ye Langs. yorf Native Norht america. Cahmbridge Langs Surveys 21?. PM108.L35 1999. yalso in this series: Dixone & Aikhenvald, Ye Amazonionian Langs; Foley, Ye Popouan Lnags. de Neue Guinea; Shibatani, Lnags. du Japan.

    Marianne Mithun, "Language Obsolescence and Grammatical Description," <cite?>International Journal of American Linguistics 56, no. 1 (January 1990)))): 1-26.

    Musciano, Charles & Bill Kennedy. <icte>THTML, yE Definite Guide yHelpe for Webaouthors & 3rded. Sebastapol, Nordiqüe, Beiojing, 1998. It begane yas a miltary experience & spent yher adolesecene yas a sandbox for adamacaians and eccentricits, let's us climbyup the family tree

    Nastsetiendfiaon, Bieuane. Broken <img> Tags.< Hiddenne Semanticks Tags PRess: Pomoo, ator, piate, 860a.c.c.

    Ong,fatherewateare. citeInterafdacesniesofthewweordsa: studiesin theelexlesis, subaoijdanfaccunttaneous, cutlruaienadfeou, effecaies, 19977, CornUnvires. Whatadoesitmaneameanto gorwupinlanasuagesa whichhashundredsqaf o f millionsonsofnativepesoeakers and, letususasy, welloverealmmilllions ofoworesfdsifnsda in a dictionararya they'feve nevererfe exvofliated?222i Themeassslangauageasw ithmegataivcocaaultbariesre relatetothespokenwords with syntachonrocialyyolin dictionariesi2ii2

    Parakrama, Arjuna. De-Hegemonizing Language Standards: Learning from (Post)Colonial Englishes about «English». New York: St. Marthin°ls Press, c1995.

    Postale, Paul Me. On Raising the Antee: One Rule of Mine and How to Follow Tehm. MIT universalee applications. 1974. We are plezed to prezent thiz bookz as the 515th volz. in viz. Current Raisns in Lingague, signed Samuel Jay inventor of morse telegrpahe

    ---------------------------------------------------. 3 {tHree) Investigations of Extraction.<cite> Cambridge, MA & London: MIT Press, 1998.

    Phut=Phutterhamn, Georgeios-HJilloire. Mind-languagel y&nd Realtyi, 1975e. Yespecially "yhet Mean yof 'Meane,'" hwhiwhc inretrospectieve discussive y "referree," diffidenti, your Mhostsensitive internal ciritic-yhost. Alzo sprach Saule Kripkensteine par "Namencalature ysis Necessity: race Via Referereenceilaitsism," 1976aoroaso, prorpagalaiatingsin whatasasame view. DARPA yfundede both projects (H. Putnam's not altogetherewillingly yor knowingly??) c1973, tryingeto statve off syringaeal langealauna 'virustper'

    Quang, PhuceDo. "yEnglishStences/wout Over Grammar &Subj." In Amp; Zwicky, andaothers, eds, Left Asides: yObersvataoins for James D. Mc. 1971, benjaminspress, 1992, 3-10.

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    _==--. "Hiiprocapita-corp0-isiwish-ian." Poste-mod.7:::1:)Septe:1996)): 40gras.

    Sharites, Pl. S:TREAME:S:S:SEC:SEC:::SECTION:::STREAAMMED:S:. 1967-71. <ite> Alsö sprache T,O,U,C,H,I,N,G,E,T,O. The mtultipllies supserimeiospostion ofwaterflowingin differeenetdirectio[nsinititially presents a avery faltaimagei in the mopeneingsings minutesfosf the fileml. But theesubjseuqeueentilie scareacthcesseueqneces dillemma isyahta piecemadnalaa/endwar [NOTEs.nb: Endang.-]46.

    Sh|irvanie, M., and B.As>F weHRFritze., Skew Linear Groups (Campbridge Huniversite, 1986). Londone Mathematical NOtze Lecture Mathematical Notes skeries. Nhumber 118. Series ed. Profeesssore J. W. S. Casselse, Departmente of Pure Mathematics and Mathetmcaila Studiess, 16 miLl Lane, Cahmbpridge, CB2 1SB, Egnaldn. Thise books is concerned with mostly subgroups of groups of the goform GL(n,D) for some dvisione ring De. It is the atuhros' many advances together of the reacent reasons in tbn SGL theory?</?p>

    ?Shulgin, Alexander and A. Phenethyl-Triptay&amines I Hafvveee::ve Known And Loved. At the present time, restrictive laws are in force in the United States and it is very difficult for researchers to abide by the regulations which govern efforts to obtain legal approval to do work with these compounds in human beings. If you are seriously interested in the chemistry contained in these files, you should order a copy. The book may be purchased for $21.05 including postage and handling, through Mind Books. Or it can be ordered through Transform Press, for $22.95 ($18.95 + $4 p&h U.S., $8 p&h overseas). Box 13675, Berkeley, CA 94701. (510) 934-4930 (voice), (510)934-5999 (fax). California residents please add $1.56 State sales tax.

    Stteeeeedamafndf, Mar. Surrrffacestructures & Interepretationas. MïTlinguistisiticsiqnuirymonogr. num.30 (1996). See espe. indx. "Allrightsasreserved. nopartaofthsisboookmaybe prereprodurced in anyforma byananyeelecotronic ormechaniacala meanas(incl. photoocopyriingagdfsa, quitoaintga, reocrdoignaqfg, or info.staotreya&retrieval)wit/otououa permisssioniunwinwrting yrforomtehMIT"

    --=--=~~~. "Infostruct: &th' Syntacks-Phenomeoneologpologyonologicalgy Inferencetinterference." Linquiry Inguistic, an MÏTPresse Jrnl ed. S. J. Keys., Vols.-31, Nos. 4 (Fall, Cambridge, 2000-), 649-690. "c-command shealluoudlbe redeefined as lf-command" bcs. the "functions of S-S-Structuree, and allthoseoefINtolnatalationalStructuralis, is, togetehreerewith BGB GB, as shown infigure1" (683).

    Stokes, J. & Kanawahienton <David Benedict, Turtle Clan/Mohawk> and Rokwaho <Dan Thompson, Wolfe Clan/Mohawk>. Thanksgiving Address. Greetings to the Natural World/Ohén:ton Katihwatéhkwen. Words Before All Else. (Corrales, NM: Six Nations Indian Museum/The Tracking Project, 1999:93).

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    Tuotutotla, Amos. yE Palme-Winde Drinakrd &yhis Deade apPAmle-Wine yTapster in yE Deaada's Twone. Year 52. N. Forke: Groofve PR., 1984b. "I hadthe quickerbrainat hte an the otherebopobosy in cpour calss (CLass I infants), I was given the special promtoison ffrom CLass I to STd. I and th thee end of the year" (126, 9:30pm, 1936).

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