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1990 Census Figures for Speakers of American Indian Languages

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 145-149

NOTES Introduction. The 1990 U.S. Census asked those who speak a language other than English at home to identify...

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The Representation of the Perfective Suffix in the Athapaskan Language Family

Vol.61,
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pp 1-37

THE REPRESENTATION OF THE PERFECTIVE SUFFIX IN THE ATHAPASKAN LANGUAGE FAMILY' The perfective suffix in many...

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The Phonology of Glottalization in Mixtec

Vol.61,
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(1995),
pp 38-61

1. Introduction. The phonological status of glottal stop and glottaliza- tion is problematic across many languages of...

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A Comparative Description of Syllable Reduction in the Cariban Language Family

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 62-102

A COMPARATIVE DESCRIPTION OF SYLLABLE REDUCTION IN THE CARIBAN LANGUAGE FAMILY 1. Introduction. The Cariban family of...

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Diminutive Verb Forms in Passamaquoddy

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 103-134

DIMINUTIVE VERB FORMS IN PASSAMAQUODDY 1. Introduction. Maliseet-Passamaquoddy, an Eastern Algonquian lan- guage of...

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Binary Comparison and the History of Hokan Comparative Studies

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 135-144

BINARY COMPARISON AND THE HISTORYOF HOKAN COMPARATIVE STUDIES 1. Introduction. In recent statements on the methodology...

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Semantic and Syntactic Extensions of Body-Part Terms in Mextecan: The Case of 'Face' and 'Foot'

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 168-190

SEMANTIC AND SYNTACTIC EXTENSIONS OF BODY-PART TERMS IN MIXTECAN: THE CASE OF 'FACE AND 'FOOT'' 1....

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Twenty-Sixth Algonquian Conference

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 259-260

REVIEWS 259 LARSEN,RAYMOND. 1955. Vocabulario Huastec del Estado de San Luis Potosi. Mtxico: Insti- tuto Lingiiistico...

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The Huelel (Esselen) Language

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 191-239

THE HUELEL (ESSELEN) LANGUAGE 1. Introduction. The Huelel language, usually known as Esselen after one of the villages...

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North American Indian Sign Language: Evidence of Its Existence before European Contact

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 153-167

NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN SIGN LANGUAGE: EVIDENCE OF ITS EXISTENCE BEFORE EUROPEAN CONTACT 1. Introduction. While many...

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The Penutian Hypothesis: Retrospect and Prospect

Vol.63,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 171-202

THE PENUTIAN HYPOTHESIS: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT UNIVERSITY AND HUMBOLDTSTATE OF OREGON UN~VERS~TY 1. Introduction. The...

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Split Intransitivity Revisited: Comparing Lakota and Osage

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2002),
pp 381-427

SPLIT INTRANSITIVITY REVISITED:COMPARING LAKOTA AND OSAGE' 1. Introduction. The fact that there are languages in...

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Iambic Lengthening and Final Vowels

Vol.64,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 179-223

IAMBIC LENGTHENING AND FINAL VOWELS' 1. Introduction. Hayes (1995) observes that in languages with iambic...

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In Defense of Amerind

Vol.62,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 131-164

IN DEFENSE OF AMERIND 1. Introduction. During the period 1991 -92, five publications concern- ing my classification of...

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The Inverse Voice and Possessive yi-/bi- in Navajo

Vol.66,
No.3,
(2000),
pp 360-382

THE INVERSE VOICE AND POSSESSIVE yi-/bi- IN NAVAJO' 1. Introduction. The Navajo verb stem is composed of the root...

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Tonkawa and Zuni: Two Test Cases for the Greenberg Classification

Vol.62,
No.3,
(1996),
pp 264-288

TONKAWA AND ZUNI: TWO TEST CASES FOR THE GREENBERG CLASSIFICATION' We are forced to conclude that the final word...

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The Alsea-Wintuan Connection

Vol.63,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 157-170

THE ALSEA-WINTUAN CONNECTION         Introduction. The geographical separation...

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Nominal and Verbal Status in Lakhota: A Lexicographical Study

Vol.67,
No.2,
(2001),
pp 167-192

NOMINAL AND VERBAL STATUS IN LAKHOTA: ALEXICOGRAPHICAL STUDY 1. Introduction. In a recent survey of word class typology...

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Notes on Comparative Penutian

Vol.67,
No.3,
(2001),
pp 346-349

NOTES Here, I propose some new Penutian cognate sets and add some cognates to sets proposed by others. The arrangement...

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On the Phonemic Status of [h] in Tiriyó

Vol.67,
No.2,
(2001),
pp 105-118

ON THE PHONEMIC STATUS OF [h] IN TIRIYO1         Introduction. In Tiriy6, a Cariban...

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Calculus Paradoxes

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Lecture on Perpetual Motion

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How to Build a 21-Dimensional Universe

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On Trans-Finite Coherency

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Theories You Will Love: On the Emerging Field of Consciousness Physics

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Forms of Psychic Prediction

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6 Theories of Metaphysics

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Applicationist Psychology

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Refutation of the Teleological View of Evolution

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1990 Census Figures for Speakers of American Indian Languages

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No.1,
(1995),
pp 145-149

NOTES Introduction. The 1990 U.S. Census asked those who speak a language other than English at home to identify...

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The Representation of the Perfective Suffix in the Athapaskan Language Family

Vol.61,
No.1,
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pp 1-37

THE REPRESENTATION OF THE PERFECTIVE SUFFIX IN THE ATHAPASKAN LANGUAGE FAMILY' The perfective suffix in many...

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The Phonology of Glottalization in Mixtec

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 38-61

1. Introduction. The phonological status of glottal stop and glottaliza- tion is problematic across many languages of...

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A Comparative Description of Syllable Reduction in the Cariban Language Family

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 62-102

A COMPARATIVE DESCRIPTION OF SYLLABLE REDUCTION IN THE CARIBAN LANGUAGE FAMILY 1. Introduction. The Cariban family of...

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Diminutive Verb Forms in Passamaquoddy

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 103-134

DIMINUTIVE VERB FORMS IN PASSAMAQUODDY 1. Introduction. Maliseet-Passamaquoddy, an Eastern Algonquian lan- guage of...

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Binary Comparison and the History of Hokan Comparative Studies

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 135-144

BINARY COMPARISON AND THE HISTORYOF HOKAN COMPARATIVE STUDIES 1. Introduction. In recent statements on the methodology...

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Semantic and Syntactic Extensions of Body-Part Terms in Mextecan: The Case of 'Face' and 'Foot'

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 168-190

SEMANTIC AND SYNTACTIC EXTENSIONS OF BODY-PART TERMS IN MIXTECAN: THE CASE OF 'FACE AND 'FOOT'' 1....

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Twenty-Sixth Algonquian Conference

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 259-260

REVIEWS 259 LARSEN,RAYMOND. 1955. Vocabulario Huastec del Estado de San Luis Potosi. Mtxico: Insti- tuto Lingiiistico...

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The Huelel (Esselen) Language

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 191-239

THE HUELEL (ESSELEN) LANGUAGE 1. Introduction. The Huelel language, usually known as Esselen after one of the villages...

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North American Indian Sign Language: Evidence of Its Existence before European Contact

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 153-167

NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN SIGN LANGUAGE: EVIDENCE OF ITS EXISTENCE BEFORE EUROPEAN CONTACT 1. Introduction. While many...

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1990 Census Figures for Speakers of American Indian Languages

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 145-149

NOTES Introduction. The 1990 U.S. Census asked those who speak a language other than English at home to identify...

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The Representation of the Perfective Suffix in the Athapaskan Language Family

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 1-37

THE REPRESENTATION OF THE PERFECTIVE SUFFIX IN THE ATHAPASKAN LANGUAGE FAMILY' The perfective suffix in many...

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The Phonology of Glottalization in Mixtec

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 38-61

1. Introduction. The phonological status of glottal stop and glottaliza- tion is problematic across many languages of...

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A Comparative Description of Syllable Reduction in the Cariban Language Family

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 62-102

A COMPARATIVE DESCRIPTION OF SYLLABLE REDUCTION IN THE CARIBAN LANGUAGE FAMILY 1. Introduction. The Cariban family of...

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Diminutive Verb Forms in Passamaquoddy

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 103-134

DIMINUTIVE VERB FORMS IN PASSAMAQUODDY 1. Introduction. Maliseet-Passamaquoddy, an Eastern Algonquian lan- guage of...

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Binary Comparison and the History of Hokan Comparative Studies

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1995),
pp 135-144

BINARY COMPARISON AND THE HISTORYOF HOKAN COMPARATIVE STUDIES 1. Introduction. In recent statements on the methodology...

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Semantic and Syntactic Extensions of Body-Part Terms in Mextecan: The Case of 'Face' and 'Foot'

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 168-190

SEMANTIC AND SYNTACTIC EXTENSIONS OF BODY-PART TERMS IN MIXTECAN: THE CASE OF 'FACE AND 'FOOT'' 1....

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Twenty-Sixth Algonquian Conference

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 259-260

REVIEWS 259 LARSEN,RAYMOND. 1955. Vocabulario Huastec del Estado de San Luis Potosi. Mtxico: Insti- tuto Lingiiistico...

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The Huelel (Esselen) Language

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 191-239

THE HUELEL (ESSELEN) LANGUAGE 1. Introduction. The Huelel language, usually known as Esselen after one of the villages...

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North American Indian Sign Language: Evidence of Its Existence before European Contact

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 153-167

NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN SIGN LANGUAGE: EVIDENCE OF ITS EXISTENCE BEFORE EUROPEAN CONTACT 1. Introduction. While many...

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