1. The Phonological Status of Western New England
  2. Charles Boberg
  3. pp. 3-29
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  1. Live Free or Die" as a Linguistic Principle
  2. Naomi Nagy
  3. pp. 30-41
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  1. Come/Came Variation In English Dialects
  2. Sali Tagliamonte
  3. pp. 42-61
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  1. Does it Suck?" or "Is it for the Birds?" Native Speaker Judgment of Slang Expressions
  2. Thomas C. Cooper
  3. pp. 62-78
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  1. Among the New Words
  2. Wayne Glowka, Christy M. Edgar, Victoria J. Frayne, Mary A. Ledford, Ann L. Portwood, Carolyn Wunder, Barry Popik
  3. pp. 79-96
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  1. Saying What You Don't Mean
  2. Adrienne Lehrer
  3. pp. 97-100
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  1. Colonial English on a Silver Platter
  2. Richard W. Bailey
  3. pp. 100-103
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  1. Digging the Lingo of European Teens
  2. Maciej Widawski
  3. pp. 104-108
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  1. Computer-Assisted Evidence for the Antiquity of the Term Native American
  2. Fred R. Shapiro
  3. pp. 109-112
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  1. Contributors' Column for Spring 2001
  2. p. 4
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