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... From: Wilson Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: racial slur database ... to me the existence of the Racial Slur Database > (http://www.rsdb.org/). ...
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O sabo no-ti-ala-angko ART soap 3R.SUBJ-PASS-fetch-2SG.OBJ2 Soap was fetched for you. The catch with Pancana is that the object agreement isnt quite what ...
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10.1153, Qs: Computers & Reconstruction, Serbian Aspect; 10.1154, Confs: Comparative Linguistics; 10.1155, Qs: Descriptive Grammars, druthers, Verbs/Serbian ...
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ABC News's Matt Stuart reporting on Mitt Romney's "well-quaffed" hair: "Mitt Romney made a tongue-in-cheek plea Thursday for Ed Rollins, the Huckabee ...
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Mar 16, 2007 ... But the figurative meaning of "journey" has become one of its most common uses today. It's what lies behind the new line of Hallmark cards ...
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Do you by any chance mean "Hope for the best, expect the worst" as in mysecond favorite song from a Mel Brooks movie: Hope for the best, expect the worst, ...
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Thank you, Marjolein Groefsema LAGB Meetings Secretary Quite substantial changes had to be made to the programme for the Leeds=20 Meeting. ...
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Workshop on FEATURES, 1-2 September 2007 King's College London in association with LAGB Conference 2007 In attempting to understand language, ...
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The Workshop on Features (1-2 September 2007) will be associated with and will directly follow the LAGB 2007 conference at King's College London. ...
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Wow, Wilson, you read "A Subway Named Moebius" ? I read it in an anthology about 1960. I thought it was the weirdest, greatest story ever written ! ...
 
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