1. The Role of the Individual and Group in Earlier African American English
  2. Walt Wolfram, Dan Beckett
  3. pp. 3-33
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  1. Liberian Letters and Virginian Narratives: Negation Patterns in Two New Sources of Earlier African American English
  2. Alexander Kautzsch
  3. pp. 34-53
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  1. The Great Leveler: The Role of the Spoken Media in Stylistic Shift from the Colloquial to the Conventional
  2. Susan M. Fitzmaurice
  3. pp. 54-68
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  1. Among the New Words
  2. Arthur Wayne Glowka, Brenda K. Lester, Rachel Duggan-Caputo, Jeff Drye, Barry A. Popik
  3. pp. 69-81
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  1. /str/-->/str/: Assimilation at a Distance?
  2. Wayne P. Lawrence
  3. pp. 82-87
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  1. Dialectology: Issues and Methods
  2. Timothy C. Frazer
  3. pp. 88-93
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  1. Good on German, Bad on Yiddish
  2. David L. Gold
  3. pp. 93-97
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  1. A Study of Recent Borrowings in Mandarin
  2. Hechuan Sun, Keli Jiang
  3. pp. 98-106
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  1. A Rare Book of American Proverbs
  2. David Shulman
  3. pp. 107-111
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  1. The "Real" Meaning of millennium
  2. Ronald R. Butters
  3. pp. 111-112
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  1. Contributors' Column for Spring 2000
  2. p. 2
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