1. A Last Lecture
  2. Frederic G. Cassidy
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  1. American Speech-Trying to Remember
  2. Arthur J. Bronstein
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  1. Lines and Patterns
  2. Virginia Glenn McDavid
  3. pp. 233-235
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  1. Postmodern Dialectology
  2. William A. Kretzschmar
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  1. Data Mining
  2. Allan A. Metcalf
  3. pp. 237-239
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  1. Paths of Discovery
  2. Michael D. Picone
  3. pp. 239-241
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  1. Keeping Our Tools Sharp and Knowing Where to Use Them
  2. Roger W. Shuy
  3. pp. 241-244
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  1. The Motto of American Speech
  2. John Algeo
  3. pp. 244-246
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  1. Practicing Prescriptivism Now and Then
  2. Edward Finegan
  3. pp. 247-249
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  1. Dictionary Pronunciations: Mine or Theirs or Yours?
  2. James Hartman
  3. pp. 250-252
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  1. Revisiting the Observer's Paradox
  2. Patricia Cukor-Avila
  3. pp. 253-254
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  1. Sociolinguistics in Real Time
  2. Clare J. Dannenberg
  3. pp. 254-257
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  1. The Reliability of Dialect Boundaries
  2. Lawrence M. Davis
  3. pp. 257-259
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  1. Beyond the Vernacular
  2. Ellen Johnson
  3. pp. 259-262
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  1. From Genetic Creolistics to Historical Dialectology: Ecological and Population Genetics Perspectives
  2. Salikoko S. Mufwene
  3. pp. 262-265
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  1. The Sociolinguistic Challenge
  2. Guy Bailey
  3. pp. 265-267
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  1. Dialect Variation and Legal Process
  2. Bethany K. Dumas
  3. pp. 267-270
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  1. Better Science ~ Better Science Education
  2. Kirk Hazen
  3. pp. 270-273
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  1. Sociolinguistics and the Public: Digging and Being Dug in Return
  2. John R. Rickford
  3. pp. 273-275
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  1. Reflections on the Ebonics Controversy
  2. Tracey L. Weldon
  3. pp. 275-277
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  1. Linguistic Diversity and the Public Interest
  2. Walt Wolfram
  3. pp. 278-280
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  1. Language and Youth Culture
  2. Mary Bucholtz
  3. pp. 280-283
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  1. The Internationalization of American English: Two Challenges
  2. Ronald R. Butters
  3. pp. 283-285
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  1. World Enough and Time: Global Enclaves of the Near Future
  2. J. K. Chambers
  3. pp. 285-287
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  1. Second-Language Acquisition and Variationist Linguistics
  2. Robert Bayley
  3. pp. 288-290
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  1. Why Bilingualism Matters
  2. Carol Myers-Scotton
  3. pp. 290-292
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  1. Spanish Contribution to American English Word Stock: An Overview
  2. Félix Rodríguez González
  3. pp. 292-295
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  1. Playing Musical Chairs in Pronominal Gender Reassignment?
  2. Silke Van Ness
  3. pp. 295-296
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  1. Names and American English
  2. Edward Callary
  3. pp. 297-299
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  1. The End of Modern English?
  2. Anne Curzan
  3. pp. 299-301
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  1. Language and Digital Technology: Corpora, Contact, and Change
  2. Boyd H. Davis
  3. pp. 301-303
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  1. Among the New Words
  2. Wayne Glowka, Brenda K. Lester, Juan Antonio Alcarria Gómez, Paulina Canales, Lisa Prevatt, Raúl Llorente, Vanesa Ruiz, Barry Popik
  3. pp. 312-336
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  1. Introduction
  2. Connie C. Eble
  3. pp. 227-228
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