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hard to feature
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Well, how about that: the author currently lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri, with other ties to that state. He also went to school in Massachusetts.

MorphemeAddict
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Verbruary
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Verbruary 28: pfíazol [pfjaˈzol] vi. rear up (on the hind legs) And that, as they say, puts paid to that. :) Kou

DouglasKoller
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Re: New novel by our own Jim Hopkins!
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Hey all, Jim Hopkins, creator of Itlani, has asked me to announce that his novel /Circle of the Lantern: An Annotated Translation of the Itlani Classic

Tony Harris
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Feb 26

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Suprasegmental letters
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An additional rationale may be that in the English digraphs < +h> marks a less occlusive pronunciation, and nasalization might be described to the

BPJ
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Feb 26

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Re: Translating from non-evidential to evidential langs
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... The tricky thing here is the translator's intent. If the translator is simply trying to capture the poem, a reportative makes sense. However, my

Daniel Bowman
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Feb 25

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Re: "Phonology" in sign languages.
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... Thanks! But I consider the transphonation I ended up with a horrible ugly mess, and would love to see someone do better. Perhaps you might be inspired to

Alex Fink
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Feb 23

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Verb tense marked by word order
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kechpaja eskrδ ╗ ... For a while, I've been playing around in my head with the idea of a Germanic-derived conlang in which verb tense (present versus

James Campbell
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Feb 22

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polysemy/homonymy index (anyone need a good Ph. D. project?)
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I wonder if it makes more sense to separate the 33 meanings of the noun "head" from the 9 meanings of the verb "head", or to consider the 42 meanings of

MorphemeAddict
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Feb 15

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Re: Design Choices
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... Verbing much weirds language. ... Ditto... since worldview is necessarily expressed through language, it can be hard to tell which is affecting which. I

Virginia Keys
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Feb 14

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Challenging the Clause
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... That makes sense. ... Trueùone could theoretically have multiple categorizations of an event (and multiple ôexternal argumentsö). I suspect there is

Siva Kalyan
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Feb 10

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Any original literary genres?
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... Very interesting! It reminds me of a TV comedy where a guy used to interrupt his own sentences to take sips of wine. The sentences would always sound

Leonardo Castro
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Feb 8

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How to make money?
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... At least, "ganhar" seems to have come from verbs related to some kind of work... http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ganhar ... Até mais! Leonardo

Leonardo Castro
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Feb 8

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More Visual Alien Language (The version I sent on purpose this time)
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That isn't a bad idea. I think I might just do that. Thanks. ... On Thu, 2/5/15, Logan Kearsley wrote: Subject: Re: More Visual Alien

Kalem Tysick
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Feb 6

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Reversed polarity
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... My gjâ-zym-byn has a passel of case postpositions for various theta roles, including agent, patient, experiencer, and "topic" (which corresponds in some

Jim Henry
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Feb 6

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Audio
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And really, this question doesn't even belong on Conlang since it has nothing to do with the Yardish language, but is about the Yemoran culture. You are (or

Adam Walker
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Feb 5
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