Concordance index for 'an' onwards

:Ana

  • FX: "Santa Ana": 6
  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents : 1

    :anabasis

  • FX: What words are their own antonym?: 1

    :anacolouthon

  • FX: What is the language term for...?: 1

    :anacrusis

  • FX: What is the language term for...?: 1

    :anadiplosis

  • FX: What is the language term for...?: 1

    :anagogical

  • UCLE07: Some significant numbers from literature and literary criticism: 1

    :anagram

  • Resources: Online services : 2
  • FX: Online dictionaries: 1

    :anagrams

  • FX: Related newsgroups: 2

    :anal

  • RH_wotd anal retentive: 1

    :anal retentive

  • RH_wotd anal retentive: 1

    :analog

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results : 1
  • Lawler canthelp: Can't Help (But) ...: 1
  • Lawler comma: Commas again: 1

    :Analogies

  • Lawler commas: Commas: 1

    :analogized

  • Lawler giveadamn: Give a Damn: 1

    :analogizes

  • Lawler reams: Reams: 1

    :analogous

  • FX: "bloody": 1
  • FX: "hopefully", "thankfully": 1
  • FX: How do you spell "e-mail"?: 1
  • FX: "It's me" vs "It is I": 1
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in a word. When I go : 1

    :analogues

  • Lawler npi: Negative Polarity Items: 1

    :analogy

  • FX: "alright": 1
  • FX: "bloody": 1
  • FX: "hopefully", "thankfully": 1
  • FX: How do you spell "e-mail"?: 1
  • Lawler complmnt: Object Complements: 1
  • Lawler giveadamn: Give a Damn: 2
  • Lawler l-sounds: English L sounds: 1

    :analysable

  • FX: "Eskimo": 1

    :analyse

  • FX: "-ize" vs "-ise": 1
  • Preface : 1

    :analysed

  • FX: "paparazzo": 1
  • FX: "SOS": 1
  • Subjunctive?: Subjunctive : 2

    :analyser

  • Resources: Online services : 1

    :analysis

  • Analysis of Some Mark Barratt Vowels: 4
  • Audio: Other Sound Files : 1
  • FX: Commonest words: 1
  • Formant analysis: 1
  • Lawler besides: Toward(s) and Beside(s): 1
  • Lawler indian: Indian English: 1
  • Plosive "t" look: 1
  • Supp: Pronunciation : 1
  • Subjunctive?: Subjunctive : 2
  • Formant analysis of "penman person button": 1
  • What's new?: The AUE Audio Archive has been moved to a different location. : 2
  • What's new?: I (Mike Barnes) took over the webmaster's role. Bob Cunningham kindly agreed : 1

    :analytic

  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 1
  • Lawler verbing: Verbing Nouns: 1

    :analytic-synthetic

  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 1

    :analytical

  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 1

    :Analytics

  • FX: "beg the question": 1

    :analyzes

  • Resources: Online services : 1

    :analyzing

  • Lawler booklist: Beth Levin is a computational linguist at Northwestern University : 1
  • UCLE16: Kibosh : 1

    :Anandashankar

  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml: 1

    :anaphora

  • FX: What is the language term for...?: 1

    :anaptyxis

  • FX: What is the language term for...?: 1

    :anastrophe

  • FX: What is the language term for...?: 1

    :anathema

  • FX: Plurals of Latin/Greek words: 1
  • FX: What words are their own antonym?: 1

    :anatomies

  • UCLE09: “It went pear-shaped” : 1

    :Anc

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results : 1

    :ancestor

  • FX: "till"/"until": 1

    :anchor

  • AUE: Search Information: 1

    :anchored

  • Cambodunum : 1

    :anchors

  • AUE: Search Information: 1

    :ancient

  • FX: "A.D.": 1
  • FX: "alumin(i)um" (notes by Keith Ivey): 1
  • FX: "bloody": 2
  • FX: "Caesarean section": 1
  • FX: "crap": 1
  • FX: "Let them eat cake!": 1
  • FX: "mind your p's and q's": 2
  • FX: Plurals of Latin/Greek words: 1
  • FX: Related newsgroups: 1
  • FX: "rule of thumb": 1
  • FX: "to call a spade a spade": 2
  • Cambodunum : 1
  • UCLE13: "Rearranging deck chairs : 1
  • UCLE13: Waterloo : 1
  • UCLE05: What’s : 1
  • UCLE08: Britannia: Her history, : 1
  • UCLE09: Serendipity : 1
  • aue people (album1): 1

    :and

  • RH_wotd try and: 1
  • RH_wotd kit and caboodle: 1
  • RH_wotd lock and load: 1
  • RH_wotd flotsam and jetsam: 1
  • RH_wotd between you and I: 1
  • RH_wotd dribs and drabs: 1
  • RH_wotd cool and groovy: 1
  • RH_wotd luck and Lucifer: 1
  • RH_wotd who and whom: 1
  • RH_wotd Bildungsroman and Entwicklungsroman: 1
  • RH_wotd lie and lay: 1
  • RH_wotd bring and take: 1
  • RH_wotd forte and fort: 1
  • RH_wotd pleonasm and tautology: 1
  • RH_wotd Wendalyn and Enid: 1
  • RH_wotd piss and vinegar: 1
  • RH_wotd lo and behold: 1
  • RH_wotd sixes and sevens: 1
  • RH_wotd yay and yeah: 1
  • RH_wotd bears and bulls: 1
  • RH_wotd by and large: 1
  • RH_wotd service and serve: 1
  • RH_wotd bells and whistles: 1
  • RH_wotd p's and q's: 1
  • RH_wotd complicated and complex: 1
  • RH_wotd may and might: 1
  • RH_wotd mine and my: 1
  • RH_wotd rape and pillage: 1
  • RH_wotd right and left: 1
  • RH_wotd syncope and assimilation: 1
  • RH_wotd seed and love (tennis): 1
  • RH_wotd ravel and unravel: 1
  • RH_wotd phonics and phonetics: 1
  • RH_wotd avoirdupois and troy weight: 1
  • RH_wotd fourth and fifth estates: 1
  • RH_wotd raining cats and dogs: 1
  • RH_wotd pray and worship: 1
  • RH_wotd diatribe and invective: 1
  • Stephen Toogood's explanation of the paddle: 6
  • The AUE Photo Gallery: 1
  • Peter Pan is alive and well and living in London: 2
  • Mark Israel: 1
  • Tootsie recently: 2
  • Title: 8
  • Garbl: A : 3
  • Garbl: B : 2
  • Garbl: C : 4
  • Garbl: D : 3
  • Garbl: G : 1
  • Garbl: I : 3
  • Garbl: M : 1
  • Garbl: O : 1
  • Garbl: R : 1
  • Garbl: Garbl's Editorial Style Manual -- Contents : 1
  • I before E:     /E/ as in 'pet' and 'heifer': : 1
  • I before E:     /AI/ as in 'bite' and 'height': : 1
  • I before E:      For those people who insist the rule apply only to words where : 1
  • I before E:     /i:/ as in 'peat' and 'seize': : 1
  • I before E:     /@/ as in 'bacon' and 'surfeit': : 1
  • I before E:      With regard to the extension added by some people for "neighbor" : 3
  • I before E:     /I/ as in 'pit' and 'weird': : 1
  • I before E: My conclusion : 2
  • I before E:      Sticking for the moment to the basic rule, : 5
  • I before E:      Early in both discussions I submitted a list of words that were : 7
  • I before E: Exceptions to the rule 'I before E except after C' : 4
  • J_Lynch: Lynch, Guide to Grammar and Style -- Contents: 3
  • J_Lynch: A : 2
  • J_Lynch: D : 1
  • J_Lynch: F : 1
  • J_Lynch: N : 1
  • J_Lynch: P : 2
  • J_Lynch: S : 1
  • J_Lynch: T : 1
  • J_Lynch: U : 1
  • Analysis of Some Mark Barratt Vowels: 2
  • Alternating voices: Markus's and Skitt's voices alternating: 4
  • Autism and Daniel McGrath: 9
  • EMorris: B : 5
  • EMorris: C : 3
  • EMorris: D : 3
  • EMorris: E : 1
  • EMorris: K : 1
  • EMorris: P : 3
  • EMorris: R : 2
  • EMorris: S : 3
  • EMorris: T : 1
  • EMorris: W : 1
  • Comments on a proposal for reformed English spelling: 24
  • Usenet Docs: Hyperlinks to Official Usenet Documents: 2
  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page : 10
  • Abbreviations: Initialisms that have been used in AUE: 1
  • Abbreviations: Explanation of Search Criteria : 1
  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results : 9
  • Untitled: 13
  • Choice of two ASCII IPA files: 3
  • Audio: USA : 1
  • Audio: USA : 1
  • Audio: 3. The North Wind and The Sun : 1
  • Audio: Other Sound Files : 7
  • Audio: Menu of Sound Files : 1
  • AUE Logo: Notes about the Totally Official AUE Logo: 6
  • awwy_A: 'Word With You' list for letter A: 33
  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 73
  • awwy_C: 'Word With You' list for letter C: 44
  • awwy_D: 'Word With You' list for letter D: 29
  • awwy_E: 'Word With You' list for letter E: 13
  • awwy_F: 'Word With You' list for letter F: 36
  • awwy_G: 'Word With You' list for letter G: 24
  • awwy_H: 'Word With You' list for letter H: 41
  • awwy_I: 'Word With You' list for letter I: 5
  • awwy_J: 'Word With You' list for letter J: 6
  • awwy_K: 'Word With You' list for letter K: 12
  • awwy_L: 'Word With You' list for letter L: 26
  • awwy_M: 'Word With You' list for letter M: 31
  • awwy_N: 'Word With You' list for letter N: 8
  • awwy_O: 'Word With You' list for letter O: 9
  • awwy_P: 'Word With You' list for letter P: 43
  • awwy_Q: 'Word With You' list for letter Q: 2
  • awwy_R: 'Word With You' list for letter R: 15
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 49
  • awwy_T: 'Word With You' list for letter T: 43
  • awwy_W: 'Word With You' list for letter W: 21
  • awwy_X: 'Word With You' list for letter X: 1
  • awwy_X: Yankee Doodle Dandy yard wide, all wool and a yarns, spinning Yippies and Yuppies You're the doctor Yuletide (Christmas) Yuppies zaftig zany zealots Please direct any questions or comments to Melanie : 2
  • awwy_Y: 'Word With You' list for letter Y: 2
  • WWYou: This file has been adapted : 1
  • Explanatory notes: : 2
  • aue London Boink 29 Dec 01: 5
  • Resources: Audio references : 4
  • Resources: Categories index : 2
  • Resources: Collections of Web links : 9
  • Resources: Dictionaries : 4
  • Resources: Discussion groups, Usenet group Websites : 4
  • Resources: Encyclopedias : 2
  • Resources: 10. 'The requested URL : 3
  • Resources: 2. The URL in the original list now : 3
  • Resources: Humor : 1
  • Resources: Fun with words : 2
  • Resources: Implementation note: : 1
  • Resources: Learning English : 4
  • Resources: Lexicons : 4
  • Resources: Measurement conversion : 4
  • Resources: Miscellaneous, not language related : 14
  • Resources: Phonetic alphabets : 3
  • Resources: Online reference books : 2
  • Resources: Rhetoric vocabulary : 5
  • Resources: Online services : 3
  • Resources: Miscellaneous, language related : 12
  • Resources: Usage, grammar, and style guides : 7
  • Resources: Color charts : 3
  • Resources: Web-design utilities : 4
  • Resources: Word lists : 1
  • Resources: Words about words : 5
  • Supplementary comments about deja.com: 1
  • e-mail vs email: e-mail-vs-email.html: 3
  • Showing variation of formants of [i:] with context: 4
  • Isles: BRITAIN/GREAT BRITAIN/UNITED KINGDOM &C: 1
  • Isles: BRITAIN.  The informal name for the United : 3
  • Isles: BRITISH is the formal designation of the nationality of citizens : 1
  • Isles: BRITISH ISLES.  A geographical term referring to the islands : 4
  • Isles: BRITON, BRITISHER, BRIT.  None of these nouns is universally : 2
  • Isles: CHANNEL ISLANDS, ISLE OF MAN.  Note that the Isle of Man : 6
  • Isles: ENGLAND.  The biggest and most populous of the four countries : 4
  • Isles: GREAT BRITAIN.  Used by cartographers to denote the biggest : 1
  • Isles: IRELAND.  As used by geographers, the second largest island : 2
  • Isles: NORTHERN IRELAND   This is not the place to go into : 6
  • Isles: SCOTCH.  The following is extracted from Mark Israel's FAQ : 8
  • Isles: THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND.   : 2
  • Cicero used exception proves the rule: 2
  • FX: "a"/"an" before abbreviations: 3
  • FX: "A, B and C" vs "A, B, and C": 12
  • FX: "acronym": 5
  • FX: "A.D.": 1
  • FX: "." after abbreviations: 1
  • FX: "all ... not": 6
  • FX: "alot": 1
  • FX: "alright": 2
  • FX: "alumin(i)um" (notes by Keith Ivey): 17
  • FX: "beg the question": 4
  • FX: "between you and I": 14
  • FX: Biblical sense of "to know": 3
  • FX: "billion": a U.K. view: 9
  • FX: "billions and billions": 5
  • FX: "bloody": 10
  • FX: "blue moon" (notes by Philip Hiscock): 6
  • FX: "Bob's your uncle": 3
  • FX: Books on usage: 6
  • FX: Books on phrasal verbs: 2
  • FX: Books on phrase origins: 6
  • FX: Books on Britishisms, Canadianisms, etc.: 7
  • FX: Books on "bias-free"/"politically correct" language: 3
  • FX: Books on group names: 2
  • FX: Books on rhyming slang: 1
  • FX: Books on linguistics: 2
  • FX: "Break a leg!": 6
  • FX: "bug"="defect": 6
  • FX: "by hook or by crook": 5
  • FX: "Caesarean section": 5
  • FX: "canola": 14
  • FX: "catch-22": 4
  • FX: Commonest words: 8
  • FX: "company is" vs "company are": 1
  • FX: "copacetic": 3
  • FX: "cop": 1
  • FX: "could care less": 3
  • FX: "could of": 1
  • FX: "crap": 3
  • FX: "cut the mustard": 6
  • FX: Diacritics: 2
  • FX: Dictionaries: 13
  • FX: "different to", "different than": 1
  • FX: distribution of English-speakers: 2
  • FX: Does the next millennium begin in 2000 or 2001?: 3
  • FX: "done"="finished": 12
  • FX: Do publishers put false info in dictionaries to catch plagiarists?: 2
  • FX: double "is": 1
  • FX: doubling of final consonants before suffixes: 2
  • FX: "dressed to the nines": 2
  • FX: "ebonics": 9
  • FX: "eighty-six"="nix": 8
  • FX: "Elementary, my dear Watson!": 2
  • FX: English is Tough Stuff: 1
  • FX: "Enquiring minds want to know." (notes by James Kiso): 1
  • FX: E-prime: 4
  • FX: "-er" vs "-re": 8
  • FX: "Eskimo": 13
  • FX: "fall off a turnip truck": 4
  • FX: "flammable": 6
  • FX: FOREIGNERS' FAQS: 10
  • FX: Foreign plurals => English singulars: 3
  • FX: "freeway": 1
  • FX: "fuck": 8
  • FX: "full monty": 1
  • FX: Fumblerules ("Don't use no double negatives", etc.): 1
  • FX: "functionality": 3
  • FX: Gender-neutral pronouns: 8
  • FX: General reference: 2
  • FX: "God rest you merry, gentlemen": 13
  • FX: "Go figure": 5
  • FX: "golf": 1
  • FX: "Go placidly amid the noise and the haste" (Desiderata): 4
  • FX: "go to hell in a handbasket": 2
  • FX: Guidelines for posting: 5
  • FX: "hell for leather": 2
  • FX: "hopefully", "thankfully": 10
  • FX: How did "Truly" become a personal name?: 4
  • FX: How do Americans pronounce "dog"?: 15
  • FX: How do you spell "e-mail"?: 9
  • FX: How reliable are dictionaries?: 6
  • FX: How to represent pronunciation in ASCII: 33
  • FX: I before E except after C (notes by Mark Wainwright): 12
  • FX: "if I was" vs "if I were": 1
  • FX: "Illegitimis non carborundum": 4
  • FX: "impact"="to affect": 5
  • FX: "in like Flynn": 1
  • FX: "ISO" by Mark Brader: 1
  • FX: "It needs cleaned": 2
  • FX: "It's me" vs "It is I": 15
  • FX: "I won't mention...": 3
  • FX: "-ize" vs "-ise": 4
  • FX: "jerry-built"/"jury-rigged": 4
  • FX: "Jingle Bells": 10
  • FX: Joke about step-by-step spelling reform: 2
  • FX: "kangaroo": 4
  • FX: "less" vs "fewer": 18
  • FX: "Let them eat cake!": 2
  • FX: "like" vs "such as": 18
  • FX: "like" vs "as": 13
  • FX: "limerence"/"limerent": 3
  • FX: "loo": 2
  • FX: "merkin" (notes by Michael B. Quinion and Ruth Bygrave): 8
  • FX: "mind your p's and q's": 12
  • FX: "more/most/very unique": 4
  • FX: "more than you can shake a stick at": 5
  • FX: "mouses" vs "mice": 1
  • FX: names of "&", "@", and "#": 10
  • FX: "nimrod": 2
  • FX: "none is" vs "none are": 1
  • FX: "O.K.": 12
  • FX: "ollie ollie oxen free": 6
  • FX: Online usage guides: 9
  • FX: Online language columns: 2
  • FX: Online dictionaries: 13
  • FX: Origin of the dollar sign (notes by Mark Brader): 13
  • FX: "peter out": 3
  • FX: "pie-shaped": 6
  • FX: Plurals of Latin/Greek words: 14
  • FX: "politically correct": 3
  • FX: "portmanteau word": 4
  • FX: "posh": 7
  • FX: Postfix "not": 5
  • FX: [Prefatory remarks]: 2
  • FX: Preposition at end: 3
  • FX: "push the envelope": 3
  • FX: "put in one's two cents' worth": 1
  • FX: "quality": 13
  • FX: "quiz": 2
  • FX: Related newsgroups: 11
  • FX: Repeated words after abbreviations: 5
  • FX: rhotic vs non-rhotic, intrusive "r": 4
  • FX: "rule of thumb": 6
  • FX: "Scotch": 4
  • FX: "scot-free": 1
  • FX: sentences grammatical in both Old English and Modern English: 8
  • FX: "shall" vs "will", "should" vs "would": 6
  • FX: "shouting fire in a crowded theater": 1
  • FX: "sincere": 1
  • FX: "sirloin"/"baron of beef": 2
  • FX: "son of a gun": 1
  • FX: "SOS": 5
  • FX: spaces between sentences: 2
  • FX: Spelling reform: 2
  • FX: "spit and image"/"spitting image": 6
  • FX: split infinitive: 13
  • FX: "spoonerism": 7
  • FX: Style manuals: 3
  • FX: Subjunctive: 7
  • FX: "suck"="be very unsatisfying" by John Davies: 7
  • FX: "Take the prisoner downstairs", said Tom condescendingly.: 2
  • FX: "that kind of a thing": 1
  • FX: "that" vs "which": 1
  • FX: "the bee's knees": 5
  • FX: "The die is cast.": 2
  • FX: "The exception proves the rule.": 11
  • FX: "There's a sucker born every minute": 4
  • FX: the the "hoi polloi" debate: 5
  • FX: "the whole nine yards": 3
  • FX: "till"/"until": 2
  • FX: "titsling"/"brassiere": 7
  • FX: "to all intents and purposes": 4
  • FX: "to call a spade a spade": 13
  • FX: trademarks: 4
  • FX: troll: 4
  • FX: "try and", "be sure and", "go" + verb: 30
  • FX: ", vs ,": 9
  • FX: "wait for the other shoe to drop": 3
  • FX: WELCOME TO ALT.USAGE.ENGLISH!: 3
  • FX: What is the phone number of the Grammar Hotline?: 4
  • FX: What is "ghoti"? (notes by Jim Scobbie): 8
  • FX: What do you call the grass strip between the road and the sidewalk?: 8
  • FX: What is the language term for...?: 2
  • FX: What will we call the next decade?: 4
  • FX: What words are their own antonym?: 2
  • FX: When to use "the": 5
  • FX: Where to put apostrophes in possessive forms: 16
  • FX: "whole cloth" (notes by Ellen Rosen): 10
  • FX: "whom": 2
  • FX: Why do we say "30 years old", but "a 30-year-old man"?: 2
  • FX: Why is "I" capitalized?: 4
  • FX: Wicca: 2
  • FX: "widget" (notes by William C. Waterhouse): 4
  • FX: "wonk" (notes by Fred Shapiro): 4
  • FX: words without vowels: 8
  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 12
  • FX: Words pronounced differently according to context: 6
  • FX: Words whose spelling has influenced their pronunciation: 8
  • FX: "ye"="the": 3
  • FX: "You have another think coming": 2
  • FX: "you saying" vs "your saying": 3
  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents : 14
  • Fast FAQ: AUE's fast-access FAQ : 2
  • AUE Web site feedback instructions: 2
  • Formant analysis: 3
  • Fun with words TOC: 7
  • Genitive: Genitive is not always possessive.: 9
  • Untitled: 15
  • Groups: "company is" vs "company are": 11
  • Comparison of vowels in "hing", "hean", "hin", and "hit": 2
  • Cunningham: aue_and_aeu_posting_volume_history.html: 1
  • Cunningham: aue_and_aeu_posting_volume_history.html#comments: 6
  • Cunningham: aue_and_aeu_posting_volume_history.html#explan: 3
  • Cunningham: aue_and_aeu_posting_volume_history.html#notea: 1
  • Cunningham: aue_and_aeu_posting_volume_history.html#noteb: 1
  • Cunningham: aue_and_aeu_posting_volume_history.html#top: 2
  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml: 1
  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml#exshplain: 1
  • Lawler a-an: A or An Historical Novel?: 10
  • Lawler academy: The Academy: 4
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 12
  • Lawler amnt: "amn't": 12
  • Lawler anymore: anymore: 11
  • Lawler asfaras: As far as ... goes/is concerned: 14
  • Lawler besides: Toward(s) and Beside(s): 11
  • Lawler booklist: Books on English, Language, and Linguistics: 5
  • Lawler booklist: --- : 2
  • Lawler booklist: Beth Levin is a computational linguist at Northwestern University : 32
  • Lawler bring: Bring vs Take: 35
  • Lawler buoy: Aural and Oral, Boy and Buoy: 20
  • Lawler canthelp: Can't Help (But) ...: 16
  • Lawler comma: Commas again: 16
  • Lawler commas: Commas: 16
  • Lawler commas: The intonation curve is (roughly) up-down-back.up, graphically something : 8
  • Lawler commas: >>> The facts of the matter are these: : 19
  • Lawler complmnt: Object Complements: 23
  • Lawler correct: "Correctness": 15
  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 37
  • Lawler enghist: >Your example of English and Caxton print shop goes a long way to convince : 8
  • Lawler equally: "equally" and comparatives: 10
  • Lawler extrapos: Extraposition, plus Selected Short Subjects: 11
  • Lawler extrapos: --- Followup -- : 11
  • Lawler giveadamn: Give a Damn: 5
  • Lawler gonna: gonna: 19
  • Lawler gotten: Gotten vs. Got: 6
  • Lawler hadve: hadn't've: 9
  • Lawler hadve: I suspect much of the rancor that greets spellings of had've is : 3
  • Lawler hafta: Hafta and Other Modal Paraphrases: 8
  • Lawler headline: Headline grammar: 13
  • Lawler hyphen: Hyphens: 14
  • Lawler indian: Indian English: 22
  • Lawler infinite: English and Infinity: 19
  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 38
  • Lawler itsraining: You may have noticed the Sapir quotation in my .sig. : 9
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in a word. When I go : 83
  • Lawler l-sounds: English L sounds: 15
  • Lawler l-sounds: >> For instance: English has only one /l/ phoneme, but it has : 15
  • Lawler modals: English Modals: 22
  • Lawler modals: As to this discussion, the usual oppositions are those between : 13
  • Lawler modals: The canonical paraphrase for will is be going to, idiosyncratically : 9
  • Lawler modals: There is also another opposition among the formal auxiliaries, between : 5
  • Lawler npi: Negative Polarity Items: 25
  • Lawler npi: Since you ask, here's a moderately complete list of polarity items, : 5
  • Lawler npislands: News Item: 2
  • Lawler only: "only": 5
  • Lawler phrasal: Phrasal Verbs: 11
  • Lawler phrasals: Phrasal Verbs: 18
  • Lawler q-neg: Quantifier-Negative Semantics: 36
  • Lawler quote: "Quote, Unquote": 10
  • Lawler reams: Reams: 25
  • Lawler ross: Ross Constraints: 20
  • Lawler schwa: Schwa and Central Vowels: 33
  • Lawler smith: Henry Lee Smith: 7
  • Lawler spelling: So Much For Spelling Reform: 16
  • Lawler striddly: striddly: 7
  • Lawler tense: Tense and related topics: 24
  • Lawler tense: >Past tenses: : 30
  • Lawler tense: >Just one question: Where does the past perfect ("have gone", "have sung") : 13
  • Lawler that: Two kinds of "that-clauses": 7
  • Lawler thehell: Usage of "the hell": 25
  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 29
  • Lawler they: -- more followup: : 9
  • Lawler they: >> That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these morphemes voiceless : 23
  • Lawler they: That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these morphemes voiceless : 7
  • Lawler truly: Canadian and American Raising: 25
  • Lawler vehicle: "vehicle": 9
  • Lawler verbing: Verbing Nouns: 10
  • Lawler vowels: Vowels Before R: 8
  • Lawler vowels: There are at least 11 phonemically distinct vowels in standard American : 1
  • Lawler vowels: Where I grew up (in DeKalb, IL, 100 km W of Chicago) Mary, : 1
  • Lawler whom: Who(m): 12
  • Lawler writing: Literacy: 19
  • Lawler xmasthat: That vs. Which: 7
  • Lawler xmasthat: There are also two kinds of relative clauses: : 14
  • Lawler zilch: zilch: 19
  • Main: Questions or comments about the Web site may be addressed to : 1
  • Main:   : 1
  • Interlinear IPA: ASCII IPA Interlinear Transliterations: 7
  • Intro A: Intro A: Welcome to AUE and Guidelines for Posting:: 1
  • Intro A: Dealing with unwanted postings : 1
  • Intro A: Dictionary Definitions : 2
  • Intro A: Dictionary Abbreviations : 1
  • Intro A: Guidelines for posting : 3
  • Intro A: Newcomers to the Net : 1
  • Intro A: Responding : 2
  • Intro A: WELCOME TO alt.usage.english! : 3
  • Intro A: Subject: Intro A: Welcome to AUE and Guidelines for Posting : 5
  • Intro B: Acronyms and abbreviations : 1
  • Intro B: Audio Archives : 2
  • Intro B: Black English (African-American Vernacular English, Ebonics) : 1
  • Intro B: Encyclopedias & Search Engines : 6
  • Intro B: Historical English, and English Literature : 7
  • Intro B: Learning English as a Foreign Language : 1
  • Intro B: On-line dictionaries: general : 3
  • Intro B: Sites on words and language : 7
  • Intro B: Where to learn about ASCII IPA : 1
  • Intro B: Word lists : 5
  • Intro B: Writing and Grammar Guides On Line : 9
  • Intro B: Subject: Intro B: Useful Web Sites for AUE Participants : 4
  • Intro C: Intro C: Mini-FAQ on Words and Phrases: 1
  • Intro C: American : 6
  • Intro C: England, Britain, Great Britain, United Kingdom, etc. : 3
  • Intro C: What words are their own antonym? : 1
  • Intro C: "beg the question" : 2
  • Intro C: "billion" : 2
  • Intro C: "cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey" : 3
  • Intro C: "exception proves the rule" : 1
  • Intro C: "full monty" : 1
  • Intro C: "obaue" or "ObAUE" : 1
  • Intro C: Subject: Intro C: Mini-FAQ on Words & Phrases : 5
  • Intro C: words ending in "-gry" : 8
  • Intro D: Intro D: Mini-FAQ on Grammar, Usage and Punctuation: 1
  • Intro D: Acronyms and other abbreviations using initial letters : 5
  • Intro D: "A" or "an" : 1
  • Intro D: Gender-neutral pronouns: "he/she" -v- "they" : 1
  • Intro D: "Gotten" : 1
  • Intro D: "If I was" -v- "If I were" : 1
  • Intro D: "It's me" -v- "It is I" : 2
  • Intro D: Names for &, @, and # : 3
  • Intro D: Where to put apostrophes in possessive forms : 3
  • Intro D: Where to find the big AUE FAQ : 4
  • Intro D: Why do we say "30 years old" but "a 30-year-old man"? : 2
  • Intro D: Subject: Intro D: Mini-FAQ on Grammar, Usage & Punctuation : 5
  • Intro E: Humorous poems about spelling : 4
  • Intro E: I before E except after C : 3
  • Intro E: Isn't spelling reform a good idea? : 1
  • Intro E: Joke about step-by-step spelling reform : 1
  • Intro E: U.S. -v- REST-OF-WORLD ENGLISH : 5
  • Intro E: What is "ghoti"? : 2
  • Intro E: Subject: Intro E: Mini-FAQ on Spelling : 1
  • Intro F: Subject: Intro F: Contents of AUE FAQ and FAQ Supplement : 6
  • Intro G: Subject: Intro G: Where is the FAQ? : 11
  • Introduction: Introduction to alt.usage.english: 3
  • IPA II: Consonants and Vowels: : 1
  • IPA II: IPA Chart Revision Date: : 1
  • IPA II: Main Index: : 2
  • IPA II: A Quick Look: : 1
  • IPA II: The Details: : 2
  • IPA II: About this document: : 1
  • IPA II: Affricates, diphthongs and triphthongs: : 3
  • IPA II:   : 1
  • IPA II: Credits: : 8
  • IPA II: The pronunciations shown for the previous six lines are not heard in : 1
  • IPA II: Here is a key to the abbreviations used under 'Articulatory descriptions': : 8
  • IPA II: The difference between [hw] and [w] does not : 3
  • IPA II: The reference to 'Chicago pop' first appeared in Mark Israel's : 1
  • IPA II: The sound /A:/ requires opening your mouth wide and feeling resonance at the back of : 1
  • IPA II: Also in diphthongs: "dive" /daIv/ (yes, folks, the sound : 1
  • IPA II: Some U.S. speakers do not distinguish between "Mary", : 1
  • IPA II: The [O] sound requires rounded lips, but lips making a : 6
  • IPA II: The pure sound is heard in French beau /bo/. : 7
  • IPA II: Many U.S. speakers substitute [@] for [V"], so they would : 2
  • IPA II: The sounds in the column headed 'IPA sounds' have been copied with permission : 2
  • IPA II: Slashes or square brackets? : 1
  • IPA II: , : 1
  • IPA II: ASCII IPA: A modified version having only American examples : 2
  • IPA II: OI : 1
  • IPA I: Note A : 1
  • IPA I: A Quick Look: : 1
  • IPA I: About this document : 2
  • IPA I: Affricates, diphthongs and triphthongs : 2
  • IPA I: * : 2
  • IPA I: Consonants and vowels : 6
  • IPA I: Credits : 9
  • IPA I: The pronunciations shown for the previous six lines are not heard in : 1
  • IPA I: There is no ASCII IPA symbol for the IPA 180-degree-rotated : 4
  • IPA I: Among those who use the same vowel in 'Mary', 'merry', and 'marry', not all of : 1
  • IPA I: Some Britons, including the Oxford University Press, : 1
  • IPA I: The remarks concerning the pronunciation of [O] were taken verbatim from Mark Israel's : 4
  • IPA I: Here is a key to the abbreviations used under 'Articulatory descriptions': : 8
  • IPA I: The sounds in the column headed 'IPA sounds' have been copied with permission : 2
  • IPA I: The reference to 'Chicago pop' first appeared in Mark Israel's : 1
  • IPA I: Slashes or square brackets? : 4
  • IPA I: Help me complete this Web page! : 5
  • IPA I: Contents : 2
  • IPA I: [email protected] : 2
  • IPA I: hw : 3
  • IPA I: a : 1
  • IPA I: o : 7
  • IPA I: y : 1
  • IPA I: Preliminary remarks : 1
  • IPA I: Reading ASCII IPA : 14
  • IPA I: , : 1
  • IPA I: Let's get started! : 1
  • IPA I: A : 1
  • IPA I: A. : 1
  • IPA I: E : 1
  • IPA I: I. : 1
  • IPA I: O : 2
  • IPA I: V : 2
  • IPA I: V" : 2
  • IPA I: W : 1
  • IPA I: Y : 1
  • IPA I: What is this? : 3
  • IPA I: Writing ASCII IPA : 5
  • The Totally Official Boink Home Page: 22
  • london_symposium_boink/boink.html: 20
  • UK Interlinear IPA: Markus Laker's Interlinear ASCII IPA: 3
  • Untitled: 9
  • Showing variation of formants of [i:] with context: 7
  • Plosive "t" look: 2
  • Bridge to Damian Conway's pluralization paper: 4
  • How Do I Quote? : 1
  • Suggestions: How To Form Your Reply : 1
  • Why Bother Following This Style? : 1
  • Credits : 1
  • Thou, thee & archaic grammar : 6
  • Emphasis quotes: Use of Quotation Marks for Emphasis: 3
  • Untitled: 5
  • Audio recording technique - Some suggestions: 11
  • Richard Fontana audio files: 7
  • AUE: Perlfect Search: 4
  • Search: 1
  • AUE: Search Information: 3
  • Supp: "anymore" and "any more" : 7
  • Supp: Books about wordplay : 1
  • Supp: Books about words : 1
  • Supp: Dictionaries : 1
  • Supp: Distribution of English-speakers : 1
  • Supp: Echoed remote indexes : 2
  • Supp: Grammars : 5
  • Supp: Spelling : 1
  • Supp:  Usage disputes : 1
  • Supp: Word origins : 3
  • Supp: "miss not having" : 1
  • Supp: Photographs of some AUE people : 1
  • Supp: Online dictionaries : 2
  • Supp: What is prescriptivism? : 3
  • Supp: Speech examples : 1
  • Supp: Url updates : 1
  • Supp: words whose spelling has influenced their pronunciation : 1
  • Supp: "SOS" : 7
  • Subjunctive?: Subjunctive : 10
  • summer_boink/summer.html: 23
  • Superimposed spectrogram and formants, twelve vowels: 1
  • Symposium I: The alt.usage.english London Symposium: 12
  • Picture of Albert Marshall and Lindsay Endell: 1
  • Picture of Albert Marshall and Lindsay Endell: 1
  • Picture of Garry Vass, Bob Lieblich, and Mike Barnes: 1
  • Picture of Graeme Thomas and Katy Edgcombe: 1
  • Picture of Graeme Thomas with Sharon and Bob Lieblich: 1
  • Picture of Ian Johnson, Garry Vass, and John (Nurick or Davies?): 1
  • Symposium II: Groups : 10
  • Symposium II: Individuals : 1
  • Picture of Jim Nugent and a blurred Mike Page: 1
  • Picture of Katy Edgcombe, Ian Johnson, and Garry Vass: 1
  • Lindsay Endell and Tee Shirt: 1
  • Picture of Resti (Restituta) and Peter Buchwald: 1
  • Picture of Sharon and Bob Lieblich with Markus Laker: 1
  • Picture 2 of Sharon and Bob Lieblich with Markus Laker: 1
  • ThumbsPlus Image Directory: 6
  • aue people (album1): 2
  • The Poetry of F. W. Moorman: 8
  • Cambodunum : 23
  • Fieldfares : 21
  • Preface : 165
  • Yet to come: 2
  • A ucle resource page: 10
  • A ucle resource page: 10
  • UCLE10: American belts : 1
  • UCLE10: "Bite the bullet" : 2
  • UCLE10: British : 3
  • UCLE10: The : 4
  • UCLE11: The : 23
  • UCLE12: News : 21
  • UCLE13: More articles: 2
  • UCLE13: Calamity Jane : 4
  • UCLE13: Custer's last stand : 2
  • UCLE13: "On the fritz" : 1
  • UCLE13: The Ides of March : 3
  • UCLE13: The Curse of Macbeth : 4
  • UCLE13: "Rearranging deck chairs : 2
  • UCLE13: Waterloo : 10
  • UCLE14: Cripplegate and Crutched : 2
  • UCLE14: Slang Names for British Currency : 2
  • UCLE14: Literary characters who became : 2
  • UCLE14: Eponymous London Shopkeepers : 5
  • UCLE15: Bonfire : 2
  • UCLE15: Gossip : 8
  • UCLE15: Round-Robin and : 4
  • UCLE15: Scuttlebutt, Grapevine, : 2
  • UCLE15: Sockdolager : 5
  • UCLE15: The Tooth Fairy : 9
  • UCLE16: Animals used in "as : 1
  • UCLE16: Hooligan : 6
  • UCLE16: Kibosh : 1
  • UCLE02: The history of ucle: 20
  • UCLE03: Pronunciation, Posting Etiquette, and Logo: 1
  • UCLE03: Lindsay : 22
  • UCLE03: A uk.culture.language.english : 1
  • UCLE03: The : 1
  • UCLE03: Tee Shirts : 2
  • UCLE03: Judith : 4
  • UCLE04: Our Favourite Cultural and Language Links : 4
  • UCLE04: British : 1
  • UCLE04: Language and Usenet FAQs : 1
  • UCLE05: What’s : 27
  • UCLE05: John Davies's commentary : 9
  • UCLE06: Rhetorical vocabulary: 8
  • UCLE07: Some significant numbers from literature and literary criticism: 50
  • UCLE08: London’s : 3
  • UCLE08: Britannia: Her history, : 34
  • UCLE08: The “Fat Lady” : 7
  • UCLE08: “This : 4
  • UCLE08: A Litany of notable : 2
  • UCLE09: Anorak : 2
  • UCLE09: “Bloody” : 6
  • UCLE09: Colours : 2
  • UCLE09: What : 1
  • UCLE09: Literary : 3
  • UCLE09: Holidays : 8
  • UCLE09: Notable : 1
  • UCLE09: One : 3
  • UCLE09: Daring : 9
  • UCLE09: Food : 1
  • UCLE09: “It’s : 1
  • UCLE09: “It went pear-shaped” : 3
  • UCLE09: Rivers : 8
  • UCLE09: “Stranger : 1
  • UCLE09: “Up : 1
  • UCLE09: “Pop : 13
  • Yet to come: 1
  • Announcement of creation of uk.culture.language.english: 10
  • Differing opinion about Tyburn River: 1
  • aue people (album1): 1
  • What is the UK? Is it the same as Britain, Great Britain or England?: 14
  • 6. The British Isles : 3
  • 11. The Commonwealth : 18
  • 7. The Common Travel Area : 1
  • 1. England : 3
  • 9. The European Union : 4
  • 2. England and Wales : 6
  • 3. Great Britain : 2
  • 4. The United Kingdom : 3
  • 10. The United Kingdom and Colonies : 3
  • 5. The United Kingdom and Islands : 9
  • What is the UK? Is it the same as Britain, Great Britain or England?: 18
  • 6. The British Isles : 3
  • 11. The Commonwealth : 20
  • 7. The Common Travel Area : 1
  • 1. England : 2
  • 8. The European Territories of the United Kingdom : 1
  • 9. The European Union : 4
  • 2. England and Wales : 6
  • 3. Great Britain : 2
  • 4. The United Kingdom : 3
  • 10. The United Kingdom and Colonies : 3
  • 5. The United Kingdom and Islands : 10
  • Where FAQ?: Places to get Mark Israel's AUE FAQ: 1
  • Where FAQ?: Berna Slikker's version (19 February 1996): : 3
  • Where FAQ?: Brian Tung's version (15 August 1995): : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Peter Moylan's version (12 March 1995): : 2
  • Where FAQ?: Version with links to Amazon (2 October 1996): : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Single-page FAQ with internal links: : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Index : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Introduction to alt.usage.english: : 1
  • What's new?: Restored an echoed index to the site: Jack Lynch's Guide to Grammar and Style. : 1
  • What's new?: The Perlfect search now includes some pages that were previously included only in the Concordance search. These are AUE-related pages that exist on sites other than www.alt-usage-english.org - John Lawler's English Grammar FAQ and Bob Cunningham's AUE statistics. : 1
  • What's new?: The AUE Audio Archive has been moved to a different location. : 17
  • What's new?: "Search" links from the home page, from the site links at the bottom of every page, : 1
  • What's new?: The "UCLE Corner" material has been moved to a different location. : 1
  • What's new?: I (Mike Barnes) took over the webmaster's role. Bob Cunningham kindly agreed : 7

    :AND

  • Isles: BRITAIN/GREAT BRITAIN/UNITED KINGDOM &C: 1
  • Isles: THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND.   : 1
  • FX: Guidelines for posting: 1
  • The Totally Official Boink Home Page: 4
  • Cambodunum : 1
  • UCLE12: News : 4

    :andGung-Ho

  • awwy_J: 'Word With You' list for letter J: 1

    :andlicenses

  • awwy_H: 'Word With You' list for letter H: 1

    :Andorra

  • Title: 1

    :Andre

  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml: 1

    :Andreas

  • Audio: Other Sound Files : 1

    :Andree

  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 5

    :Andrees

  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 1

    :Andrew

  • FX: "God rest you merry, gentlemen": 1
  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml: 4
  • The Totally Official Boink Home Page: 2
  • UCLE05: What’s : 1
  • UCLE09: “It’s : 1

    :AndrewK

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results : 1

    :Andrews

  • FX: "like" vs "such as": 1
  • FX: "quality": 1

    :andrewxx

  • The Totally Official Boink Home Page: 1

    :Andy

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results : 1
  • awwy_A: 'Word With You' list for letter A: 2
  • awwy_R: 'Word With You' list for letter R: 1
  • awwy_W: 'Word With You' list for letter W: 1
  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml: 2
  • UCLE08: Britannia: Her history, : 1

    :Aneath

  • Cambodunum : 1

    :anecdote

  • FX: Preposition at end: 1

    :anecdotes

  • FX: Preposition at end: 1
  • UCLE05: What’s : 1

    :anent

  • Cambodunum : 4

    :Anerriphtho

  • FX: "The die is cast.": 1

    :anesthesia

  • UCLE10: "Bite the bullet" : 1

    :anew

  • Lawler amnt: "amn't": 1

    :anfractuous

  • RH_wotd anfractuous: 2

    :aNG-g

  • Lawler modals: The canonical paraphrase for will is be going to, idiosyncratically : 1

    :Angel

  • Hells Angel Alex: 1
  • UCLE09: “Pop : 2

    :Angeles

  • Resources: News : 1
  • Resources: Miscellaneous, not language related : 1

    :angels

  • awwy_R: 'Word With You' list for letter R: 1
  • FX: "done"="finished": 1

    :anger

  • FX: "catch-22": 1
  • Intro C: American : 1
  • UCLE07: Some significant numbers from literature and literary criticism: 1

    :Anglaise

  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 1

    :angle

  • FX: "rule of thumb": 1
  • UCLE12: News : 1

    :anglicization

  • Lawler vowels: Vowels Before R: 1

    :anglicized

  • Lawler vowels: Vowels Before R: 1
  • UCLE09: One : 1

    :Anglo

  • Abbreviations: Initialisms that have been used in AUE: 1
  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results : 1
  • UCLE04: Our Favourite Cultural and Language Links : 1
  • UCLE09: Rivers : 1

    :Anglo-Indian

  • FX: Books on Britishisms, Canadianisms, etc.: 1

    :Anglo-Saxon

  • Resources: Miscellaneous, not language related : 1
  • Resources: Miscellaneous, language related : 1
  • FX: "bug"="defect": 1
  • FX: provenance of English vocabulary (notes by Lucia Engkent): 1
  • FX: sentences grammatical in both Old English and Modern English: 1
  • FX: Why do we say "30 years old", but "a 30-year-old man"?: 1
  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 1
  • Intro B: Historical English, and English Literature : 1
  • Intro D: Why do we say "30 years old" but "a 30-year-old man"? : 1
  • Preface : 1
  • UCLE05: What’s : 2
  • UCLE09: The : 1

    :Anglo-Saxons

  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 2

    :Angloid

  • I before E: Exceptions to the rule 'I before E except after C' : 1

    :angry

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results : 1
  • Untitled: 1
  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 3
  • Lawler q-neg: Quantifier-Negative Semantics: 1
  • Lawler reams: Reams: 1
  • Intro C: words ending in "-gry" : 1

    :angst

  • RH_wotd angst: 2

    :anhungry

  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 1

    :animacy

  • Lawler that: Two kinds of "that-clauses": 1

    :animal

  • Resources: Audio references : 1
  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 1
  • UCLE15: Bonfire : 2
  • UCLE08: “This : 1
  • What's new?: The AUE Audio Archive has been moved to a different location. : 1

    :animals

  • FX: Commonest words: 1
  • FX: "like" vs "as": 1
  • Lawler commas: >>> The facts of the matter are these: : 1
  • UCLE10: The : 1
  • UCLE16: Animals used in "as : 1
  • UCLE07: Some significant numbers from literature and literary criticism: 1

    :animate

  • FX: "suck"="be very unsatisfying" by John Davies: 1

    :ankle

  • awwy_A: 'Word With You' list for letter A: 1
  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 1
  • FX: "the bee's knees": 1

    :ankles

  • awwy_A: 'Word With You' list for letter A: 1
  • awwy_E: 'Word With You' list for letter E: 1