Concordance index for 'bed' onwards

:bed

  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 2
  • awwy_T: 'Word With You' list for letter T: 2
  • awwy_W: 'Word With You' list for letter W: 1
  • FX: "impact"="to affect": 2
  • FX: "wait for the other shoe to drop": 2
  • FX: When to use "the": 2
  • Cambodunum : 2
  • Fieldfares : 1
  • UCLE09: Daring : 1

    :bed-fast

  • Cambodunum : 1

    :Bedell's

  • awwy_G: 'Word With You' list for letter G: 1

    :Bedford

  • FX: "eighty-six"="nix": 1
  • FX: What is "ghoti"? (notes by Jim Scobbie): 1

    :Bedivere

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

    :bedlam

  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page : 1
  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 2
  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml: 1

    :bedrock

  • Garbl: B : 1

    :bedroom

  • FX: "loo": 1

    :bedstead

  • UCLE11: The : 1

    :bedtime

  • FX: Preposition at end: 1

    :bee

  • RH_wotd spelling bee: 1
  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 1
  • awwy_Q: 'Word With You' list for letter Q: 1
  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml: 1
  • Supp: "SOS" : 1
  • Cambodunum : 1
  • Fieldfares : 1

    :bee's

  • FX: "the bee's knees": 5
  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents : 1

    :beech

  • Cambodunum : 1

    :Beecher

  • UCLE14: Literary characters who became : 1

    :beef

  • EMorris: B : 1
  • FX: "A, B and C" vs "A, B, and C": 1
  • FX: "sirloin"/"baron of beef": 5
  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents : 1
  • UCLE09: Food : 1

    :Beefeater

  • EMorris: B : 1
  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page : 1

    :beehive

  • UCLE08: Britannia: Her history, : 2

    :beeline

  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 1
  • awwy_M: 'Word With You' list for letter M: 1

    :Beels

  • Cambodunum : 1

    :been

  • Title: 1
  • Abbreviations: Initialisms that have been used in AUE: 2
  • Audio: Other Sound Files : 2
  • Audio: Welcome to the : 4
  • AUE Logo: Notes about the Totally Official AUE Logo: 4
  • WWYou: This file has been adapted : 1
  • Explanatory notes: : 1
  • Resources: Categories index : 4
  • Resources:          9. The original URL, : 1
  • Resources: Miscellaneous, not language related : 1
  • Resources: Language Resources (Mostly) : 1
  • Supplementary comments about deja.com: 1
  • e-mail vs email: e-mail-vs-email.html: 1
  • Isles: GREAT BRITAIN.  Used by cartographers to denote the biggest : 1
  • Isles: THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND.   : 1
  • Cicero used exception proves the rule: 1
  • FX: "acronym": 1
  • FX: "billion": a U.K. view: 1
  • FX: "bloody": 1
  • FX: "blue moon" (notes by Philip Hiscock): 2
  • FX: "Bob's your uncle": 1
  • FX: Books on Britishisms, Canadianisms, etc.: 1
  • FX: "canola": 2
  • FX: Commonest words: 1
  • FX: "could care less": 2
  • FX: Diacritics: 1
  • FX: Dictionaries: 1
  • FX: "done"="finished": 1
  • FX: Do publishers put false info in dictionaries to catch plagiarists?: 1
  • FX: "due to": 1
  • FX: "-er" vs "-re": 1
  • FX: "fall off a turnip truck": 1
  • FX: "flammable": 2
  • FX: Gender-neutral pronouns: 3
  • FX: "go to hell in a handbasket": 1
  • FX: Guidelines for posting: 1
  • FX: "hopefully", "thankfully": 4
  • FX: How did "Truly" become a personal name?: 1
  • FX: How do you spell "e-mail"?: 3
  • FX: How reliable are dictionaries?: 2
  • FX: "impact"="to affect": 1
  • FX: "in like Flynn": 1
  • FX: "-ize" vs "-ise": 1
  • FX: "jerry-built"/"jury-rigged": 3
  • FX: "Jingle Bells": 2
  • FX: "less" vs "fewer": 1
  • FX: "like" vs "as": 3
  • FX: "love"="zero": 1
  • FX: "merkin" (notes by Michael B. Quinion and Ruth Bygrave): 1
  • FX: "mind your p's and q's": 1
  • FX: "ollie ollie oxen free": 1
  • FX: Plurals of Latin/Greek words: 1
  • FX: "politically correct": 1
  • FX: "posh": 1
  • FX: [Prefatory remarks]: 1
  • FX: "put in one's two cents' worth": 1
  • FX: "quality": 2
  • FX: Related newsgroups: 1
  • FX: "shall" vs "will", "should" vs "would": 1
  • FX: "sirloin"/"baron of beef": 1
  • FX: "SOS": 1
  • FX: spaces between sentences: 1
  • FX: split infinitive: 1
  • FX: "spoonerism": 1
  • FX: Subjunctive: 4
  • FX: "The die is cast.": 2
  • FX: "the whole nine yards": 1
  • FX: "to call a spade a spade": 1
  • FX: trademarks: 1
  • FX: typo: 1
  • FX: What is "ghoti"? (notes by Jim Scobbie): 2
  • FX: What words are their own antonym?: 1
  • FX: When to use "the": 1
  • FX: "whole cloth" (notes by Ellen Rosen): 4
  • FX: words without vowels: 1
  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 2
  • FX: "you saying" vs "your saying": 1
  • AUE Web site feedback instructions: 1
  • Genitive: Genitive is not always possessive.: 1
  • Untitled: 1
  • Cunningham: aue_and_aeu_posting_volume_history.html#explan: 4
  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml#exshplain: 1
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 2
  • Lawler besides: Toward(s) and Beside(s): 1
  • Lawler commas: Commas: 1
  • Lawler commas: >If, say, a parenthesis is marked off by commas, is that phonological : 1
  • Lawler complmnt: Object Complements: 1
  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 1
  • Lawler giveadamn: Give a Damn: 4
  • Lawler hadve: hadn't've: 2
  • Lawler hafta: Hafta and Other Modal Paraphrases: 1
  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 2
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in a word. When I go : 2
  • Lawler modals: There is also another opposition among the formal auxiliaries, between : 1
  • Lawler npi: Negative Polarity Items: 1
  • Lawler q-neg: Quantifier-Negative Semantics: 7
  • Lawler reams: Reams: 3
  • Lawler smith: Henry Lee Smith: 2
  • Lawler spelling: So Much For Spelling Reform: 1
  • Lawler striddly: striddly: 1
  • Lawler tense: >Past tenses: : 6
  • Lawler thehell: Usage of "the hell": 1
  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 1
  • Lawler they: >> That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these morphemes voiceless : 1
  • Lawler vehicle: "vehicle": 1
  • Lawler vowels: Vowels Before R: 1
  • Lawler writing: Literacy: 2
  • Intro A: Guidelines for posting : 1
  • Intro B: Where to find previous postings : 1
  • Intro C: American : 1
  • Intro C: "full monty" : 1
  • Intro D: Acronyms and other abbreviations using initial letters : 1
  • Intro D: Gender-neutral pronouns: "he/she" -v- "they" : 2
  • Intro E: I before E except after C : 1
  • Intro E: What is "ghoti"? : 1
  • Intro F: Subject: Intro F: Contents of AUE FAQ and FAQ Supplement : 2
  • IPA II: A Quick Look: : 2
  • IPA II: Here is a key to the abbreviations used under 'Articulatory descriptions': : 1
  • IPA II: The symbol /A./ has been included only because at least one AUE contributor has : 1
  • IPA II: The sound samples under the heading 'Lausanne sound' are from the Online : 1
  • IPA II: The sounds in the column headed 'IPA sounds' have been copied with permission : 2
  • IPA I: A Quick Look: : 2
  • IPA I: About this document : 1
  • IPA I: Here is a key to the abbreviations used under 'Articulatory descriptions': : 1
  • IPA I: The sounds in the column headed 'IPA sounds' have been copied with permission : 2
  • IPA I: The sound samples under the heading 'Lausanne sound' are from the Online : 1
  • The Totally Official Boink Home Page: 1
  • UK Interlinear IPA: Markus Laker's Interlinear ASCII IPA: 1
  • Pear-shaped comments: 1
  • Credits : 2
  • Emphasis quotes: Use of Quotation Marks for Emphasis: 1
  • Untitled: 1
  • Supp: Dictionaries : 2
  • Supp: Grammars : 1
  • Supp: Is 'people' the plural of 'person'? : 1
  • Supp: What is prescriptivism? : 1
  • Supp: Url updates : 2
  • The Poetry of F. W. Moorman: 2
  • Cambodunum : 3
  • Preface : 11
  • UCLE12: News : 4
  • UCLE13: "On the fritz" : 1
  • UCLE13: Waterloo : 3
  • UCLE14: Literary characters who became : 1
  • UCLE16: Hooligan : 1
  • UCLE02: The history of ucle: 1
  • UCLE03: Lindsay : 1
  • UCLE08: Britannia: Her history, : 4
  • UCLE08: “This : 2
  • UCLE09: Anorak : 1
  • UCLE09: “It’s : 1
  • UCLE09: “It went pear-shaped” : 1
  • UCLE09: Rivers : 1
  • UCLE09: “Pop : 2
  • Announcement of creation of uk.culture.language.english: 2
  • What is the UK? Is it the same as Britain, Great Britain or England?: 1
  • 11. The Commonwealth : 2
  • 7. The Common Travel Area : 1
  • 5. The United Kingdom and Islands : 1
  • What is the UK? Is it the same as Britain, Great Britain or England?: 1
  • 11. The Commonwealth : 2
  • 7. The Common Travel Area : 1
  • 5. The United Kingdom and Islands : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Places to get Mark Israel's AUE FAQ: 2
  • 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. : 7
  • 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 : 2

    :beep

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

    :beer

  • awwy_G: 'Word With You' list for letter G: 1
  • FX: "jerry-built"/"jury-rigged": 1
  • FX: trademarks: 2
  • summer_boink/summer.html: 5
  • Cambodunum : 2

    :beery

  • FX: "spoonerism": 1

    :BEES

  • Cambodunum : 1

    :bees

  • awwy_A: 'Word With You' list for letter A: 1
  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 3
  • awwy_C: 'Word With You' list for letter C: 4
  • awwy_D: 'Word With You' list for letter D: 1
  • awwy_F: 'Word With You' list for letter F: 2
  • awwy_G: 'Word With You' list for letter G: 1
  • awwy_H: 'Word With You' list for letter H: 1
  • awwy_K: 'Word With You' list for letter K: 1
  • awwy_O: 'Word With You' list for letter O: 1
  • awwy_R: 'Word With You' list for letter R: 1
  • awwy_T: 'Word With You' list for letter T: 3
  • awwy_W: 'Word With You' list for letter W: 1
  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 1
  • The Poetry of F. W. Moorman: 1
  • Cambodunum : 31
  • Fieldfares : 1

    :beeson

  • Cunningham: sorted_over_50_merged.shtml: 1

    :beeswax

  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 1

    :beet

  • IPA II: A Quick Look: : 1
  • IPA I: A Quick Look: : 1

    :Beethoven

  • FX: "like" vs "such as": 1
  • UCLE12: News : 1

    :beetle

  • FX: "bug"="defect": 1

    :Beetles

  • Cambodunum : 1

    :BEFORE

  • UCLE12: News : 1

    :before

  • Garbl: B : 1
  • I before E: I before E rule: some exceptions: 1
  • I before E: My conclusion : 1
  • I before E:      Sticking for the moment to the basic rule, : 1
  • I before E:      Early in both discussions I submitted a list of words that were : 1
  • I before E: Exceptions to the rule 'I before E except after C' : 2
  • Usenet Docs: Hyperlinks to Official Usenet Documents: 1
  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results : 1
  • Audio: Other Sound Files : 1
  • Showing variation of formants of [i:] with context: 1
  • FX: "a"/"an" before abbreviations: 7
  • FX: "A.D.": 1
  • FX: "blue moon" (notes by Philip Hiscock): 1
  • FX: "canola": 1
  • FX: Commonest words: 1
  • FX: Does the next millennium begin in 2000 or 2001?: 1
  • FX: doubling of final consonants before suffixes: 3
  • FX: "ebonics": 1
  • FX: "eighty-six"="nix": 2
  • FX: "Eskimo": 1
  • FX: "fall off a turnip truck": 1
  • FX: "go to hell in a handbasket": 1
  • FX: How to represent pronunciation in ASCII: 1
  • FX: I before E except after C (notes by Mark Wainwright): 5
  • FX: "I won't mention...": 1
  • FX: "Let them eat cake!": 1
  • FX: "like" vs "as": 1
  • FX: "loo": 1
  • FX: "merkin" (notes by Michael B. Quinion and Ruth Bygrave): 1
  • FX: "nimrod": 2
  • FX: Online usage guides: 1
  • FX: Online dictionaries: 1
  • FX: "posh": 1
  • FX: Related newsgroups: 2
  • FX: "rule of thumb": 2
  • FX: "SOS": 1
  • FX: split infinitive: 4
  • FX: "spoonerism": 1
  • FX: "The die is cast.": 1
  • FX: "The exception proves the rule.": 1
  • FX: What words are their own antonym?: 1
  • FX: When to use "the": 1
  • FX: Where to put apostrophes in possessive forms: 1
  • FX: "whole cloth" (notes by Ellen Rosen): 2
  • FX: Why is "I" capitalized?: 1
  • FX: Words pronounced differently according to context: 2
  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents : 3
  • AUE Web site feedback instructions: 1
  • Cunningham: aue_and_aeu_posting_volume_history.html#explan: 1
  • Lawler a-an: A or An Historical Novel?: 6
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 5
  • Lawler amnt: "amn't": 1
  • Lawler buoy: Aural and Oral, Boy and Buoy: 1
  • Lawler commas: The intonation curve is (roughly) up-down-back.up, graphically something : 1
  • Lawler enghist: >Your example of English and Caxton print shop goes a long way to convince : 1
  • Lawler gonna: gonna: 1
  • Lawler hadve: hadn't've: 1
  • Lawler hafta: Hafta and Other Modal Paraphrases: 2
  • Lawler indian: Indian English: 1
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in a word. When I go : 1
  • Lawler l-sounds: English L sounds: 1
  • Lawler l-sounds: >> For instance: English has only one /l/ phoneme, but it has : 3
  • Lawler npi: Since you ask, here's a moderately complete list of polarity items, : 1
  • Lawler only: "only": 1
  • Lawler phrasal: Phrasal Verbs: 1
  • Lawler phrasals: Phrasal Verbs: 1
  • Lawler q-neg: Quantifier-Negative Semantics: 3
  • Lawler schwa: Schwa and Central Vowels: 1
  • Lawler tense: >Just one question: Where does the past perfect ("have gone", "have sung") : 2
  • Lawler thehell: Usage of "the hell": 1
  • Lawler vowels: Vowels Before R: 2
  • Lawler vowels: There are at least 11 phonemically distinct vowels in standard American : 3
  • Intro B: On-line dictionaries: general : 1
  • Intro C: Subject: Intro C: Mini-FAQ on Words & Phrases : 1
  • Intro D: "A" or "an" : 4
  • Intro D: Subject: Intro D: Mini-FAQ on Grammar, Usage & Punctuation : 1
  • Intro E: I before E except after C : 3
  • Intro E: Subject: Intro E: Mini-FAQ on Spelling : 2
  • Intro F: Subject: Intro F: Contents of AUE FAQ and FAQ Supplement : 1
  • IPA II: The [O] sound requires rounded lips, but lips making a : 1
  • IPA I: oU : 1
  • IPA I: O : 1
  • Showing variation of formants of [i:] with context: 1
  • Suggestions: How To Form Your Reply : 1
  • Thou, thee & archaic grammar : 1
  • Supp: Spelling : 1
  • summer_boink/summer.html: 1
  • Fieldfares : 1
  • Preface : 4
  • Yet to come: 1
  • UCLE11: The : 2
  • UCLE12: News : 1
  • UCLE13: "Rearranging deck chairs : 1
  • UCLE14: Eponymous London Shopkeepers : 2
  • UCLE03: Lindsay : 1
  • UCLE09: “Up : 1
  • 11. The Commonwealth : 1
  • 5. The United Kingdom and Islands : 1
  • 11. The Commonwealth : 1
  • 5. The United Kingdom and Islands : 1