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  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1
  • Lawler ross: Ross Constraints: 1
  • UCLE: What’s: 1
  • Interface: AUE Web-Site Concordance Index: 1
  • Supp: Books about words: 1

    :Sinbad

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

    :since

  • I before E: Exceptions to the rule 'I before E except after C': 1
  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1
  • Resources: Fun with words : 1
  • Resources: Miscellaneous, not language related : 1
  • Isles: THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND.  : 1
  • FX: "all ... not": 1
  • FX: "beg the question": 3
  • FX: "between you and I": 2
  • FX: "billion": a U.K. view: 2
  • FX: "bloody": 3
  • FX: "Caesarean section": 1
  • FX: "canola": 2
  • FX: Commonest words: 1
  • FX: Dictionaries: 3
  • FX: "done"="finished": 1
  • FX: FOREIGNERS' FAQS: 1
  • FX: "freeway": 1
  • FX: "fuck": 1
  • FX: Gender-neutral pronouns: 2
  • FX: "God rest you merry, gentlemen": 3
  • FX: How reliable are dictionaries?: 1
  • FX: "It's me" vs "It is I": 1
  • FX: "jerry-built"/"jury-rigged": 3
  • FX: "kangaroo": 1
  • FX: "less" vs "fewer": 2
  • FX: "like" vs "as": 2
  • FX: "merkin" (notes by Michael B. Quinion and Ruth Bygrave): 1
  • FX: "more than you can shake a stick at": 1
  • FX: "nimrod": 2
  • FX: Origin of the dollar sign (notes by Mark Brader): 1
  • FX: Plurals of Latin/Greek words: 1
  • FX: "politically correct": 1
  • FX: Postfix "not": 1
  • FX: Preposition at end: 1
  • FX: "push the envelope": 1
  • FX: "quality": 3
  • FX: "SOS": 2
  • FX: "suck"="be very unsatisfying" by John Davies: 1
  • FX: "titsling"/"brassiere": 1
  • FX: words without vowels: 1
  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 1
  • FX: "You have another think coming": 1
  • FX: "you saying" vs "your saying": 1
  • Description of FAQ maintenance: 1
  • Genitive: Genitive is not always possessive.: 2
  • Lawler Commas: The intonation curve is (roughly) up-down-back.up, graphically something: 2
  • Lawler a-an: A or An Historical Novel?: 1
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 3
  • Lawler amnt: "amn't": 2
  • Lawler booklist: ---: 1
  • Lawler canthelp: Can't Help (But) ...: 2
  • Lawler comma: Commas again: 1
  • Lawler complmnt: Object Complements: 2
  • Lawler correct: "Correctness": 2
  • Lawler enghist: >Your example of English and Caxton print shop goes a long way to convince: 1
  • Lawler extrapos: Extraposition, plus Selected Short Subjects: 1
  • Lawler extrapos: --- Followup -- > But note that both: 3
  • Lawler gonna: gonna: 1
  • Lawler gotten: Gotten vs. Got: 1
  • Lawler hadve: hadn't've: 1
  • Lawler hafta: Hafta and Other Modal Paraphrases: 2
  • Lawler headline: Headline grammar: 1
  • Lawler hyphen: Hyphens: 1
  • Lawler indian: Indian English: 2
  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 1
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in : 5
  • Lawler modals: As to this discussion, the usual oppositions are those between: 2
  • Lawler modals: The canonical paraphrase for will is be going to, idiosyncratically: 6
  • Lawler modals: There is also another opposition among the formal auxiliaries, between: 1
  • Lawler npi: Negative Polarity Items: 5
  • Lawler q-neg: Quantifier-Negative Semantics: 2
  • Lawler tense: Tense and related topics: 1
  • Lawler tense: >Past tenses:: 2
  • 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 they: That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these : 2
  • Lawler vowels: Where I grew up (in DeKalb, IL, 100 km W of Chicago) : 1
  • Lawler whom: Who(m): 1
  • Lawler writing: Literacy: 1
  • Lawler xmasthat: There are also two kinds of relative clauses: : 1
  • Lawler zilch: zilch: 3
  • Archive: The Rainbow Passage: 2
  • UCLE: News: 1
  • UCLE: "On the fritz": 1
  • UCLE: John Davies's commentary: 2
  • UCLE: The “Fat Lady”: 1
  • UCLE: Holidays: 2
  • Intro B: Where to find previous postings: 1
  • Intro C: "push the envelope": 1
  • Intro D: Gender-neutral pronouns -- "he/she" -v- "they": 1
  • Intro G: Intro G: Where is the FAQ?: 1
  • Intro G: Last Revised 2001-09-22: 1
  • IPA II: Credits:: 1
  • IPA I: Credits: 1
  • IPA I: There is no ASCII IPA symbol for the IPA 180-degree-rotated : 1
  • Emphasis quotes: Use of Quotation Marks for Emphasis: 1
  • Supp: Dictionaries: 1
  • summer: 1
  • Where FAQ?: Partial hypertext FAQ: : 1
  • What's new?: History of Changes at the AUE Web Site: 1
  • Last Words: 1
  • Last Words: 1

    :sincere

  • FX: "sincere": 4
  • FX: Table of Contents: 1
  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents: 1
  • fast_faq_toc.html: 1
  • Intro F: Last Revised: 2001-10-18: 1

    :sincerity

  • boink: 1

    :sincerus

  • FX: "sincere": 1

    :Sind

  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in : 1

    :sine

  • EMorris: S : 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • FX: "sincere": 1

    :sing

  • awwy_A: 'Word With You' list for letter A: 2
  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 2
  • awwy_C: 'Word With You' list for letter C: 2
  • awwy_E: 'Word With You' list for letter E: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 3
  • awwy_T: 'Word With You' list for letter T: 2
  • FX: "Jingle Bells": 2
  • FX: sentences grammatical in both Old English and Modern English: 1
  • FX: Words pronounced differently according to context: 1
  • Lawler Commas: >>> The facts of the matter are these:: 1
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 1
  • Lawler amnt: "amn't": 1
  • Lawler anymore: anymore: 1
  • Lawler asfaras: As far as ... goes/is concerned: 1
  • Lawler besides: Toward(s) and Beside(s): 1
  • Lawler booklist: Beth Levin is a computational linguist at Northwestern University: 1
  • Lawler correct: "Correctness": 1
  • Lawler equally: "equally" and comparatives: 1
  • Lawler gonna: gonna: 1
  • Lawler headline: Headline grammar: 1
  • Lawler hyphen: Hyphens: 1
  • Lawler modals: The canonical paraphrase for will is be going to, idiosyncratically: 1
  • 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 q-neg: Quantifier-Negative Semantics: 1
  • Lawler reams: Reams: 1
  • Lawler sig: Maybe the horse will sing: 4
  • Lawler smith: Henry Lee Smith: 1
  • Lawler striddly: striddly: 1
  • Lawler tense: >Just one question: Where does the past perfect ("have gone", "have sung"): 1
  • Lawler that: Two kinds of "that-clauses": 1
  • Lawler thehell: Usage of "the hell": 1
  • Lawler vehicle: "vehicle": 1
  • Lawler whom: Who(m): 1
  • Lawler zilch: zilch: 1
  • UCLE: The: 1
  • Thou, thee & archaic grammar: 3

    :sing-song

  • Lawler vehicle: "vehicle": 1

    :Singapore

  • Title: 1
  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1
  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 1

    :singer

  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • FX: "God rest you merry, gentlemen": 1

    :singing

  • Frequently Asked Questions about English, Series 1 and 2: 1
  • awwy_C: 'Word With You' list for letter C: 1
  • FX: Words pronounced differently according to context: 1
  • Lawler sig: Maybe the horse will sing: 1
  • UCLE: The “Fat Lady”: 3

    :single

  • Usenet Docs: Hyperlinks to Official Usenet Documents: 5
  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page: 1
  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • FX: "beg the question": 1
  • FX: "hopefully", "thankfully": 1
  • FX: "like" vs "as": 1
  • FX: Origin of the dollar sign (notes by Mark Brader): 3
  • FX: [Prefatory remarks]: 1
  • FX: "SOS": 1
  • FX: What words are their own antonym?: 2
  • Lawler anymore: anymore: 1
  • Lawler booklist: Beth Levin is a computational linguist at Northwestern University: 1
  • Lawler bring: Bring vs Take: 1
  • Lawler gonna: gonna: 1
  • Lawler hadve: hadn't've: 1
  • Lawler hafta: Hafta and Other Modal Paraphrases: 1
  • Lawler hyphen: Hyphens: 2
  • Lawler indian: Indian English: 3
  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 1
  • Lawler l-sounds: English L sounds: 1
  • Lawler npi: Negative Polarity Items: 2
  • Lawler phrasals: Phrasal Verbs: 1
  • Lawler reams: Reams: 1
  • Lawler ross: Ross Constraints: 1
  • Lawler tense: Tense and related topics: 1
  • Lawler tense: >Past tenses:: 2
  • Interface: Which should I use?  Perlfect Search or the Concordance?: 1
  • Intro B: Encyclopedias & Search Engines: 1
  • Intro B: On-line dictionaries: general: 1
  • Intro D: Acronyms and other abbreviations using initial letters: 1
  • Intro D: "A" or "an": 1
  • Intro G: Intro G: Where is the FAQ?: 1
  • Intro G: Last Revised 2001-09-22: 1
  • IPA I: Reading ASCII IPA: 2
  • Run Home Page Search Engine: 1
  • Subjunctive?: Subjunctive: 3

    :single-digit

  • FX: "dressed to the nines": 1

    :single-handedly

  • UCLE: Calamity Jane: 1

    :single-occupant

  • Garbl: S: 1

    :sings

  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page: 1
  • UCLE: The “Fat Lady”: 2

    :singular

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 2
  • FX: "A number of...": 2
  • FX: "company is" vs "company are": 1
  • FX: "Eskimo": 1
  • FX: Foreign plurals => English singulars: 3
  • FX: Gender-neutral pronouns: 12
  • FX: Guidelines for posting: 1
  • FX: "none is" vs "none are": 4
  • FX: Subjunctive: 2
  • FX: Where to put apostrophes in possessive forms: 8
  • FX: Why do we say "30 years old", but "a 30-year-old man"?: 1
  • FX: Why is "I" capitalized?: 1
  • FX: "you saying" vs "your saying": 1
  • Groups: "company is" vs "company are": 7
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 2
  • Lawler itsraining: You may have noticed the Sapir quotation in my : 1
  • Lawler modals: The canonical paraphrase for will is be going to, idiosyncratically: 1
  • Lawler npi: Negative Polarity Items: 1
  • Lawler reams: Reams: 6
  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 3
  • UCLE: The Ides of March: 1
  • Intro A: Guidelines for posting: 1
  • Intro D: Gender-neutral pronouns -- "he/she" -v- "they": 5
  • Intro D: Group nouns -- singular or plural? "company is" -v- "company are": 3
  • Intro D: Where to put apostrophes in possessive forms: 3
  • Intro D: Why do we say "30 years old", but "a 30-year-old man"?: 1
  • Intro D: Last Revised 2001-10-14: 1
  • Bridge to Damian Conway's pluralization paper: 1
  • Thou, thee & archaic grammar: 2

    :singular-sounding

  • Lawler reams: Reams: 1

    :singulars

  • FX: Foreign plurals => English singulars: 5
  • FX: "less" vs "fewer": 2
  • FX: Table of Contents: 1
  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents: 1
  • fast_faq_toc.html: 1
  • Intro F: Last Revised: 2001-10-18: 1

    :sinister

  • RH_wotd sinister: 2
  • awwy_B: 'Word With You' list for letter B: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1
  • FX: "-er" vs "-re": 1

    :sink

  • awwy_K: 'Word With You' list for letter K: 1
  • awwy_L: 'Word With You' list for letter L: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 3
  • Lawler headline: Headline grammar: 3

    :sinker

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

    :sinkhole

  • UCLE: Daring: 1

    :sinking

  • FX: "SOS": 2
  • Lawler headline: Headline grammar: 1
  • UCLE: "Rearranging deck chairs: 1

    :Sinn

  • Isles: NORTHERN IRELAND   This is not the place to go into: 1

    :sins

  • awwy_C: 'Word With You' list for letter C: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • UCLE: Some significant numbers from literature and literary criticism: 1

    :sinus

  • FX: Plurals of Latin/Greek words: 1

    :Sioux

  • UCLE: Custer's last stand: 2

    :SIp

  • FX: How to represent pronunciation in ASCII: 1
  • IPA II:  : 1

    :sir

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 2
  • awwy_F: 'Word With You' list for letter F: 1
  • awwy_G: 'Word With You' list for letter G: 1
  • awwy_R: 'Word With You' list for letter R: 1
  • Isles: SCOTCH.  The following is extracted from Mark Israel's FAQ: 1
  • FX: "alumin(i)um" (notes by Keith Ivey): 1
  • FX: Books on usage: 2
  • FX: "Elementary, my dear Watson!": 1
  • FX: "like" vs "as": 1
  • FX: Preposition at end: 1
  • FX: "Scotch": 1
  • FX: split infinitive: 1
  • FX: "spoonerism": 1
  • FX: "that kind of a thing": 1
  • FX: "The exception proves the rule.": 2
  • FX: "widget" (notes by William C. Waterhouse): 2
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 1
  • UCLE: Literary characters who became: 1
  • UCLE: The Tooth Fairy: 1

    :Siraisi

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1

    :siren

  • RH_wotd siren: 2
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1

    :Sirens

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

    :Sirius

  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1

    :sirloin

  • EMorris: S : 1
  • FX: "sirloin"/"baron of beef": 4
  • FX: Table of Contents: 1
  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents: 1
  • fast_faq_toc.html: 1
  • Intro F: Last Revised: 2001-10-18: 1

    :sirloins

  • FX: "sirloin"/"baron of beef": 1

    :sis

  • FX: Online dictionaries: 1

    :sist

  • Lawler smith: Henry Lee Smith: 1

    :sisters

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

    :Sit

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 2

    :sitcom

  • FX: "eighty-six"="nix": 1

    :site

  • File Not Found: 2
  • The AUE Photo Gallery: 1
  • aue people (album1): 3
  • The Totally Official AUE Logo once more in view: 1
  • Brian index stub: 2
  • Garbl: W: 1
  • Garbl: Garbl's Editorial Style Manual -- Contents: 1
  • Frequently Asked Questions about English, Series 1 and 2: 4
  • Lynch index stub: 2
  • EMorris: Echo of Index to Articles at www.word-detective.com/backidx.html/n: 3
  • Comments on a proposal for reformed English spelling: 1
  • Usenet Docs: Hyperlinks to Official Usenet Documents: 2
  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page: 7
  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1
  • Choice of two ASCII IPA files: 2
  • Posting History: Explanatory Remarks: 1
  • AUE Logo: Notes about the Totally Official AUE Logo: 1
  • WWYou: This file has been adapted: 4
  • Resources: Dictionaries : 1
  • Resources: Discussion groups, Usenet group Websites : 1
  • Resources: Encyclopedias : 1
  • Resources:          1. Igor Merfert's: 1
  • Resources:          7. Mark Israel's Web site at Scripps: 2
  • Resources: Implementation note: : 1
  • Resources: Lexicons : 1
  • Resources: Miscellaneous, not language related : 2
  • Resources: Rhetoric vocabulary : 2
  • Resources: Miscellaneous, language related : 1
  • Resources: Words about words : 1
  • Isles: SCOTCH.  The following is extracted from Mark Israel's FAQ: 1
  • FX: Dictionaries: 1
  • FX: E-prime: 1
  • FX: FOREIGNERS' FAQS: 3
  • FX: How to represent pronunciation in ASCII: 1
  • FX: "ISO" by Mark Brader: 1
  • FX: Online usage guides: 1
  • FX: "Take the prisoner downstairs", said Tom condescendingly.: 3
  • FX: What is a suggested format for citing online sources?: 1
  • Description of FAQ maintenance: 4
  • Fast FAQ: A faster way to access items in the AUE FAQ: 1
  • AUE Web site feedback instructions: 3
  • Fun with words TOC: 1
  • Main:  : 2
  • Lawler npislands: News Item: 3
  • Lawler ross: Ross Constraints: 1
  • Archive: Other Sound Files: 3
  • Archive: Welcome to the: 1
  • UCLE: Our 404 page: 1
  • UCLE: The history of ucle: 8
  • UCLE: Our Favourite Cultural and Language Links: 1
  • Interface: WebFusion AUE Concordance Interface Prefix: 1
  • Interface: Which should I use?  Perlfect Search or the Concordance?: 2
  • Intro A: Last Revised 2001-10-08: 1
  • Intro B: Historical English, and English Literature: 4
  • Intro C: "whole nine yards": 2
  • Intro C: words ending in "-gry": 1
  • Intro D: Gender-neutral pronouns -- "he/she" -v- "they": 1
  • Intro D: Where to find the big AUE FAQ: 1
  • Intro E: U.S. -v- REST-OF-WORLD ENGLISH: 1
  • Intro F: Last Revised: 2001-10-18: 3
  • Intro G: Intro G: Where is the FAQ?: 4
  • Intro G: Last Revised 2001-09-22: 4
  • IPA II: About this document:: 1
  • IPA I: About this document: 1
  • IPA I: What is this?: 1
  • Stub: 1
  • Stub: 1
  • Stub: 1
  • The Totally Official Boink Home Page: 1
  • Detailed comparisons of two Ladefoged vowels: 1
  • Supp: About this File: 1
  • Supp: Online audio files: 1
  • Supp: Books about words: 1
  • Supp: Dictionaries: 1
  • Supp: Table of major headings:: 1
  • Subjunctive?: Subjunctive: 1
  • aue people (album1): 3
  • Announcement of creation of uk.culture.language.english: 1
  • Differing opinion about Tyburn River: 1
  • Where FAQ?: 12 March 1995:: 1
  • Where FAQ?: 2 October 1996:: 1
  • Where FAQ?: Full FAQ with internal links:: 1
  • What's new?: History of Changes at the AUE Web Site: 15
  • Last Words: 6
  • Last Words: 4

    :site-search

  • Archive: Other Sound Files: 1

    :sitelinks

  • File Not Found: 1
  • Jitze once: 1
  • Jitze Couperus: 1
  • Laura Spira: 1
  • Mark Israel wedding: 1
  • Stephen Toogood's explanation of the paddle: 1
  • Tootsie's Wedding-Announcement Picture: 1
  • Albert Marshall: 1
  • Reinhold Aman: 1
  • Brian Goggin: 1
  • Aaron Dinkin: 1
  • Early Alex: 1
  • Jack Gavin: 1
  • Peter Moylan: 1
  • felix: 1
  • Stub for The AUE Photo Gallery: 1
  • The AUE Photo Gallery: 1
  • Peter Pan is alive and well and living in London: 1
  • Geoff Butler: 1
  • Graeme Thomas: 1
  • W. Wesley Groleau: 1
  • Hells Angel Alex: 1
  • Simon R. Hughes: 1
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  • Katy Edgcombe: 1
  • Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: 1
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  • Mark Barratt: 1
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  • Queen of Hearts: 1
  • Pastoral: 1
  • Pastoral: 1
  • aue people (album1): 1
  • The Totally Official AUE Logo once more in view: 1
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  • Peter Buchwald: 1
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  • Robert Lieblich: 1
  • Skitt: 1
  • Sparky: 1
  • Gary G. Taylor: 1
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  • Tootsie at 12: 1
  • Tootsie at 5: 1
  • Tootsie recently: 1
  • Trisha Stone: 1
  • John Varela: 1
  • Zadne: 1
  • Vowel quadrilateral with cluster of [A] sounds: 1
  • Title: 1
  • Formant values for 14 Fontana vowels: 1
  • Fourteen vowels spoken by Richard Fontana: 1
  • Garbl: Z: 1
  • I before E: My conclusion: 1
  • Frequently Asked Questions about English, Series 1 and 2: 1
  • Alternating voices: Markus's and Skitt's voices alternating: 1
  • Autism and Daniel McGrath: 1
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  • Comments on a proposal for reformed English spelling: 1
  • Tennessee speaker: 1
  • Usenet Docs: Hyperlinks to Official Usenet Documents: 1
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  • Annie bought hot coffee at the sideboard: 1
  • Choice of two ASCII IPA files: 1
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  • AUE Logo: Notes about the Totally Official AUE Logo: 1
  • awwy_A: 'Word With You' list for letter A: 1
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  • awwy_D: 'Word With You' list for letter D: 1
  • awwy_E: 'Word With You' list for letter E: 1
  • awwy_F: 'Word With You' list for letter F: 1
  • awwy_G: 'Word With You' list for letter G: 1
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  • awwy_I: 'Word With You' list for letter I: 1
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  • awwy_L: 'Word With You' list for letter L: 1
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  • awwy_P: 'Word With You' list for letter P: 1
  • awwy_Q: 'Word With You' list for letter Q: 1
  • awwy_R: 'Word With You' list for letter R: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • awwy_T: 'Word With You' list for letter T: 1
  • awwy_U: 'Word With You' list for letter U: 1
  • awwy_V: 'Word With You' list for letter V: 1
  • awwy_W: 'Word With You' list for letter W: 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: 1
  • awwy_Y: 'Word With You' list for letter Y: 1
  • awwy_Z: 'Word With You' list for letter Z: 1
  • WWYou: | A: 1
  • Explanatory notes:: 1
  • RH_WOTD: - Z - : 2
  • bow_boy_bold_board_0007081805Z: 1
  • Resources:          10. 'The requested URL: 1
  • Supplementary comments about deja.com: 1
  • e-mail vs email: e-mail-vs-email.html: 1
  • Showing variation of formants of [i:] with context: 1
  • Eggs: Ways to cook eggs: 1
  • Isles: SCOTCH.  The following is extracted from Mark Israel's FAQ: 1
  • Cicero used exception proves the rule: 1
  • FX: "a"/"an" before abbreviations: 1
  • FX: "A, B and C" vs "A, B, and C": 1
  • FX: "acronym": 1
  • FX: "A.D.": 1
  • FX: "." after abbreviations: 1
  • FX: "all ... not": 1
  • FX: "alot": 1
  • FX: "alright": 1
  • FX: "alumin(i)um" (notes by Keith Ivey): 1
  • FX: "A number of...": 1
  • FX: Basic English: 1
  • FX: "beg the question": 1
  • FX: "between you and I": 1
  • FX: Biblical sense of "to know": 1
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  • Quoting Usenet Articles in Follow-ups Contents The Aim Of This Document What Is Quoting? Why Should I Quote? How Do I Quote? Suggestions: How To Form Your Reply Why Bother Following This Style? Credits Improvements The Aim Of This Document This document constitutes a suggested style for Usenet articles that quote the articles of others. It does not pretend to deal with all aspects of posting on Usenet (see the news.announce.newusers newsgroup for more general help), but in the experience of those of us who have had a hand in the formation of this document, the quoting of previous postings is an issue that many people have problems with, especially in light of recent software that is less than helpful to the uninformed user. (back to top) What Is Quoting? Quoting is placing the relevant text of the news article you are replying to in your own article. Lines of quoted text should be marked at the beginning with a special character to indicated that they are quoted rather than original text. The symbol most often used for marking in this manner is the "greater-than" symbol (>). (back to top) Why Should I Quote? Quoting the text of the articles you are responding to helps the reader follow the thread that your posting becomes a part of. The reader does not need to look back at the previous articles to understand the context that makes yours meaningful. (back to top) How Do I Quote? Most newsreaders automatically quote in your reply the article you are following-up (answering). Otherwise, copy the message you are replying to, and paste the text into your reply, indicating in some way that the text is quoted. (back to top) Suggestions: How To Form Your Reply Always place your text under the text of the articles you are quoting. If your newsreader places the cursor above the quoted material, move it to the end of the message before you start writing your reply. (Some newsreaders have an option to have the cursor initially placed at the end of the quoted text. RTFM.)   Quote no more text than necessary. Only leave the text from the previous message that is necessary to give your article its intended meaning. A useful aim, though not always practical, is that not more than half of your total message should be quoted text. If you delete text from the previous article, indicate that you have done so. A common way of doing this is by inserting [snip] or [...] on a line by itself, in place of the deleted text.   Make use of white space. A blank line takes up only one or two bytes. Leave a blank line between the quoted text and your reply. Doing so makes your posting easier to read.   Do not quote the signatures of previous posters. You should quote the .sig of a previous poster only when it is specifically the .sig that you are responding to (see immediately below). If a previous poster has quoted someone else's .sig, you can remove it, unless doing so changes the context of the relevant article.   Indicate whom you are quoting. Most newsreading software automatically places an attribution of the quoted text at the top of the reply. Leave it there. It is good manners, not to mention rather convenient at times, to be able to match poster with posted text. If your newsreader does not place an attribution in your reply, then add a line with at least the name of the person you are quoting.   Do not quote the headers of previous posters. You should quote the headers of previous posters only when it is specifically the headers that you are responding to. If a previous poster has quoted someone else's headers, you can remove them, unless doing so changes the context of the relevant article.   Do not change quoted text. Misrepresenting the opinions of others is dishonest. The line lengths of a quoted article can be changed with impunity, but nothing else. (If the profanity of others offends you to the extent that you deem it inappropriate, even as quoted text, in your reply, either paraphrase the previous article, or forget about replying.) (back to top) Why Bother Following This Style? You save bandwidth. Your message is easier to read and understand in its context. The reader can more readily see what you say, the way you say it merging more into the background. More people will read what you have to say (at least to begin with). (back to top) Credits This document is based on a translation of a Norwegian document. There have, however, been numerous changes to the content, based on the comments and suggestions of some of the friendly people of alt.usage.english. For the names of the people who have been involved (except those who post X no-archive), see the thread Usenet Quoting Style that I started, inviting discussion of the original document. (back to top) Improvements If you have any suggestions for improvements to this document, please do not hesitate to send them to . Happy Posting! (back to top) Copyright 1999 © Simon R. Hughes : 1
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  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1

    :skanky

  • RH_wotd skanky: 2
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1

    :skaphe

  • FX: "to call a spade a spade": 4

    :skapheion

  • FX: "to call a spade a spade": 1

    :skates

  • awwy_R: 'Word With You' list for letter R: 1

    :Skb

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1

    :Skeat

  • UCLE: What’s: 1

    :skedaddle

  • RH_wotd skedaddle: 2
  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1

    :Skeezix

  • EMorris: S : 1

    :skeleton

  • Supp: About this File: 2

    :skeletons

  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1

    :skell

  • RH_wotd skell: 2
  • EMorris: S : 1
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1

    :skennedy

  • Resources:          3. The URL: 1

    :skeptics

  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1

    :sketch

  • Lawler phrasal: Phrasal Verbs: 1

    :skid

  • Garbl: S: 2
  • EMorris: S : 1
  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 2

    :skiddoo

  • awwy_T: 'Word With You' list for letter T: 1

    :skidoo

  • EMorris: S : 1
  • EMorris: T : 1
  • Wilton: Wilton's Etymology Page: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1

    :skill

  • UCLE: The: 1

    :skilled

  • Lawler sig: Maybe the horse will sing: 1

    :skillful

  • Garbl: S: 1
  • UCLE: News: 1

    :skills

  • UCLE: Judith: 1

    :skimp

  • Lawler spelling: So Much For Spelling Reform: 1

    :skin

  • RH_wotd skin of the teeth: 1
  • EMorris: S : 1
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1
  • FX: What words are their own antonym?: 1
  • Lawler modals: There is also another opposition among the formal auxiliaries, between: 1
  • Lawler striddly: striddly: 1
  • UCLE: Lemon sole: 1
  • UCLE: Britannia: Her history,: 1

    :skin of the teeth

  • RH_wotd skin of the teeth: 1

    :Skinner

  • UCLE: “This: 1

    :Skinners

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

    :skinny

  • RH_wotd skinny dip: 1
  • RH_wotd skinny: 2
  • EMorris: S : 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 2

    :skinny dip

  • RH_wotd skinny dip: 1

    :skip

  • Interface: Help: 1

    :skirt

  • RH_wotd skirt: 2
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1
  • FX: "whole cloth" (notes by Ellen Rosen): 1
  • Genitive: Genitive is not always possessive.: 1

    :skit

  • FX: Postfix "not": 1

    :skits

  • FX: Postfix "not": 2

    :Skitt

  • Alternating voices: Markus's and Skitt's voices alternating: 3
  • Posting frequencies: Tabulation of user names with over 50 postings in the past four years: 1

    :Skitt's

  • Alternating voices: Markus's and Skitt's voices alternating: 3

    :skive

  • RH_wotd skive: 2
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1

    :Skivvies

  • FX: trademarks: 1

    :sko

  • FX: Biblical sense of "to know": 1

    :skoal

  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1

    :skosh

  • RH_wotd skosh: 2
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1

    :SkU

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1

    :Sku

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1

    :skugry

  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 1

    :skulduggery

  • RH_wotd skulduggery: 2
  • RH_WOTD: - S - : 1

    :skull

  • awwy_O: 'Word With You' list for letter O: 1
  • awwy_S: 'Word With You' list for letter S: 1

    :Skulls

  • awwy_I: 'Word With You' list for letter I: 1

    :skunk

  • FX: "Take the prisoner downstairs", said Tom condescendingly.: 1
  • UCLE: Animals used in "as: 1

    :sky

  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1
  • FX: "blue moon" (notes by Philip Hiscock): 1
  • FX: words without vowels: 1
  • Lawler itsraining: You may have noticed the Sapir quotation in my : 1
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in : 1
  • Archive: The Rainbow Passage: 1
  • UCLE: The: 1
  • UCLE: News: 1
  • UCLE: British: 1

    :sky-rockets

  • FX: "There's a sucker born every minute": 1