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Martian Names

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​I used the word "often" in the sense of "many times" or "frequently." At no point did I claim that Burroughs (or Uncle John Carter or Gahan of Gathol)
Puey McCleary
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12:05 PM

New discovery in Carrajina

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try "the meaning of tingo"...
Seth KAZAN
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11:32 PM

Edison's Conquest of Mars

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... Right; but a member of the clan Douglas could be "a Douglas" and when conditions for use of the definite article are met could therefore be "the Douglas"
And Rosta
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Jun 22

Recursive conlang sentence generator.

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On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 4:59 PM, Daniel Swanson < ... ​Interesting. I"m a C++ guy, but I can get the gist of Python code. I'll have closer look. I assume you
Gary Shannon
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Jun 20

Waking from a long slumber.

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... Someone suggested The Wonderful Wizard of Oz; but what about one of L. Frank Baum's short stories? From _Little Wizard Stories of Oz_ or _American Fairy
Jim Henry
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Jun 17

Re: Jabberwocky (was: Waking from a long slumber)

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Per Wikipedia: "A decade before the publication of *Alice's Adventures in Wonderland * and
Paul Schleitwiler, FCM
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Jun 16

Martian Quenya

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LOL! Wonderful memories! ... From: Puey McCleary To: CONLANG@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU Sent: Wed, 14 Jun 2017 12:02:16 -0400 (EDT) Subject:
C. Brickner
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Jun 14

Re: rational scientific language

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Yes, it's possible - each word refers to a single concept. Jargons frequently do just that, because that's one of the reasons we *need* jargons - to eliminate
Matthew George
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Jun 12

Re: Swedonese.

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I'm sorry, Logan. I haven't done it often enough to move me to write a program to do it. It should be possible using a spreadsheet program and sorting routine.
Paul Schleitwiler, FCM
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Jun 5

Relay 24

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Sorry y'all! I should have sent a message confirming that I had gotten the torch, I realise that now, it's been a busy two days. The torch has been passed on.
jameshyett jameshyett
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Jun 3

Tyšwi tyšwi naržis

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And it's done. Video: https://youtu.be/1gYT_xjriAg Lyrics: https://www.prismnet.com/~hmiller/lang/Tirelat/tyshwi-tyshwi.html
Herman Miller
5
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Jun 3

When to use and not use angle brackets for graphemes.

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... I'm not entirely convinced either, but I did feel it should be pointed out, as he is one of the world's foremost authorities on writing systems. Keep in
And Rosta
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Jun 2

Heterogenous Conjunctions

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... Ah, you're absolutely correct. I didn't quite finish thinking that through. I had in mind that it would be unusable if you had lots of different syntactic
Logan Kearsley
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Jun 1

Theory: Resource hunt, Australian peripheral consonants

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Alex wrote: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A few languages do deviate from this, e.g., sometimes some palatals are thrown in with the peripherals. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Are those
Melroch
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May 31

speaker's gender affect on language

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It's just an hypothesis... I've not found why this linguistic design that don't follow universal laws of phonology... 2017-05-27 19:13 UTC+02:00, Paul
Seth KAZAN
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May 28
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