(3)Dear Trudy, I'm emailing you the new paper. I'm working through the bibliography now, which is the most thorough one I've seen on this topic before. There are
(6)Valerie, Ditto on what Michael just said. We've reported in detail on this terrible business since the news broke out in the middle of the California textbook
(10)Certainly, but I hadn't taken what you wrote "The result is a generation of Norwegians who have lost the ability to acquire a foreign language in the most
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(3)The odd way that Yahoo distorted formatting in Michael's post makes it is difficult to see that there is a link to the full paper on bonobo "babbling" there.
(3)... "On 'the language' of the Indus peoples: I personally have never understood how or why the idea *ever* took root in the 20s and 30s that the giant
(5)Hello Steve, I did get it, but only now. Not really Yahoo's fault, as the net here went dead right after I'd sent my message. Which is also why I couldn't do
(4)Dear fellow pirates and plagiarists, intelligence officers and ghostwriters Richard Young might consider to put up a "MalhotraPlag" wiki, as there is a good
(3)... Dan Richard Young, from Princeton Theological Seminary, who first pointed out in detail Malhotra's plagiarism, has tried to send to the List a similar
(5)Hi Lars Martin, You write: "The situation where a small group of people have considerable linguistic influence is not unknown: the Aryan influx in Northern
(4)Add to this, the fact that 19th- early 20th c. rural Americans painted furniture with what they call, and antiquers also call, milk paint. The old stuff
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