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  • Where FAQ?: 15 August 1995:: 1
  • Where FAQ?: 12 March 1995:: 1
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  • Where FAQ?: Fast-Access FAQ:: 7
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  • Where FAQ?: 6 June 1996:: 1
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  • What's new?: History of Changes at the AUE Web Site: 91
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    :THE

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  • Intro F: Last Revised: 2001-10-18: 1

    :the (dropping of the article)

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    :theatre

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    :thee

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    :thegn

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    :their

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    :theirs

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    :them

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  • Fast FAQ: A faster way to access items in the AUE FAQ: 2
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  • Lawler Commas: The intonation curve is (roughly) up-down-back.up, graphically something: 2
  • Lawler Commas: >>> The facts of the matter are these:: 1
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  • Lawler booklist: Beth Levin is a computational linguist at Northwestern University: 2
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  • Lawler complmnt: Object Complements: 3
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  • Lawler extrapos: --- Followup -- > But note that both: 1
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  • Lawler gotten: Gotten vs. Got: 1
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  • Lawler hyphen: Hyphens: 3
  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 2
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in : 11
  • Lawler l-sounds: English L sounds: 3
  • Lawler l-sounds: >> For instance: English has only one /l/ phoneme, but it has: 2
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  • Lawler npi: Since you ask, here's a moderately complete list of polarity items,: 2
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  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 1
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  • UCLE: Lindsay: 1
  • UCLE: Judith: 6
  • UCLE: John Davies's commentary: 3
  • UCLE: Some significant numbers from literature and literary criticism: 1
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  • IPA II: The sounds in the column headed 'IPA sounds' have been copied with permission: 1
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  • IPA I: The sounds in the column headed 'IPA sounds' have been copied with permission: 1
  • IPA I: The sound samples under the heading 'Lausanne sound' are from the Online: 1
  • IPA I: Preliminary remarks: 1
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  • IPA I: Writing ASCII IPA: 2
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  • Emphasis quotes: Use of Quotation Marks for Emphasis: 2
  • Audio recording technique - Some suggestions: 3
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  • Subjunctive?: Subjunctive: 1
  • summer: 1
  • Where FAQ?: Places to get Mark Israel's AUE FAQ: 1
  • What's new?: History of Changes at the AUE Web Site: 1
  • Last Words: 1
  • Last Words: 1

    :Them's

  • FX: Gender-neutral pronouns: 1

    :Thematic

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    :theme

  • UCLE: Britannia: Her history,: 1

    :themself

  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 1
  • Lawler they: -- more followup: (double >'s refer to the posting above:: 1

    :themselves

  • aue people (album1): 1
  • Isles: BRITISH is the formal designation of the nationality of citizens: 1
  • Isles: SCOTCH.  The following is extracted from Mark Israel's FAQ: 1
  • FX: I before E except after C (notes by Mark Wainwright): 1
  • FX: Related newsgroups: 1
  • FX: Repeated words after abbreviations: 1
  • FX: "Scotch": 1
  • FX: "The exception proves the rule.": 1
  • FX: "the whole nine yards": 1
  • Lawler complmnt: Object Complements: 1
  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 1
  • Lawler hyphen: Hyphens: 1
  • Lawler l-sounds: English L sounds: 1
  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 1
  • Lawler they: -- more followup: (double >'s refer to the posting above:: 1
  • Lawler they: >> That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these morphemes voiceless: 1
  • Lawler vehicle: "vehicle": 1
  • UCLE: The: 1
  • UCLE: London’s: 1
  • Intro C: American: 3
  • IPA I: What is this?: 1
  • Emphasis quotes: Use of Quotation Marks for Emphasis: 1
  • Supp: "SOS": 1
  • aue people (album1): 1

    :then

  • aue people (album1): 1
  • Peter Moylan: 1
  • Garbl: T: 1
  • I before E:      Early in both discussions I submitted a list of words that were: 1
  • Abbreviations: Unedited list of search results: 1
  • Resources: Dictionaries : 1
  • Resources: Discussion groups, Usenet group Websites : 1
  • Resources: Encyclopedias : 2
  • Resources: Words about words : 1
  • Showing variation of formants of [i:] with context: 2
  • Eggs: Ways to cook eggs: 8
  • FX: "all ... not": 1
  • FX: "alumin(i)um" (notes by Keith Ivey): 1
  • FX: "beg the question": 1
  • FX: "blue moon" (notes by Philip Hiscock): 1
  • FX: "catch-22": 2
  • FX: Commonest words: 1
  • FX: "could care less": 1
  • FX: "done"="finished": 2
  • FX: "dressed to the nines": 1
  • FX: "due to": 1
  • FX: Foreign plurals => English singulars: 1
  • FX: "hell for leather": 1
  • FX: "hoist with his own petard": 1
  • FX: "hopefully", "thankfully": 1
  • FX: How reliable are dictionaries?: 1
  • FX: How to represent pronunciation in ASCII: 6
  • FX: "limerence"/"limerent": 1
  • FX: "merkin" (notes by Michael B. Quinion and Ruth Bygrave): 2
  • FX: "mouses" vs "mice": 1
  • FX: "O.K.": 1
  • FX: "posh": 1
  • FX: Postfix "not": 1
  • FX: "quality": 2
  • FX: Subjunctive: 3
  • FX: "try and", "be sure and", "go" + verb: 1
  • FX: Where to put apostrophes in possessive forms: 2
  • AUE Web site feedback instructions: 2
  • Genitive: Genitive is not always possessive.: 1
  • Lawler Commas: >>> The facts of the matter are these:: 4
  • Lawler academy: The Academy: 6
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 2
  • Lawler asfaras: As far as ... goes/is concerned: 1
  • Lawler canthelp: Can't Help (But) ...: 2
  • Lawler complmnt: Object Complements: 2
  • Lawler correct: "Correctness": 2
  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 1
  • Lawler enghist: >Your example of English and Caxton print shop goes a long way to convince: 1
  • Lawler equally: "equally" and comparatives: 2
  • Lawler giveadamn: Give a Damn: 1
  • Lawler gotten: Gotten vs. Got: 1
  • Lawler hadve: hadn't've: 2
  • Lawler headline: Headline grammar: 3
  • Lawler hyphen: Hyphens: 3
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in : 9
  • Lawler l-sounds: English L sounds: 1
  • Lawler npi: Negative Polarity Items: 2
  • Lawler phrasal: Phrasal Verbs: 1
  • Lawler q-neg: Quantifier-Negative Semantics: 4
  • Lawler reams: Reams: 1
  • Lawler schwa: Schwa and Central Vowels: 1
  • Lawler sig: Maybe the horse will sing: 1
  • Lawler spelling: So Much For Spelling Reform: 1
  • Lawler tense: >Past tenses:: 1
  • Lawler that: Two kinds of "that-clauses": 1
  • Lawler thehell: Usage of "the hell": 1
  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 2
  • Lawler they: >> That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these morphemes voiceless: 1
  • Lawler truly: Canadian and American Raising: 1
  • Archive: Arthur the Rat: 2
  • Archive: Southern speaker's description of his speech: 1
  • Archive: The North Wind and the Sun: 4
  • Archive: The Rainbow Passage: 1
  • Archive: Richard Fontana audio files: 1
  • UCLE: The: 2
  • UCLE: News: 1
  • UCLE: The Curse of Macbeth: 1
  • UCLE: Cripplegate and Crutched: 1
  • UCLE: Sockdolager: 1
  • UCLE: The Tooth Fairy: 1
  • UCLE: John Davies's commentary: 1
  • Intro A: Dictionary Definitions: 1
  • Intro E: Joke about step-by-step spelling reform: 1
  • Intro G: Intro G: Where is the FAQ?: 1
  • Intro G: Last Revised 2001-09-22: 1
  • IPA II: Also in diphthongs: "dive" /daIv/ (yes, folks, the sound: 1
  • IPA II: The [O] sound requires rounded lips, but lips making a: 1
  • IPA II: The pure sound is heard in French beau /bo/.: 1
  • IPA II: Many U.S. speakers substitute [@] for [V"], so they would: 1
  • IPA II: /*/ is a short tap of the tongue use by some U.S.: 1
  • IPA I: *: 1
  • IPA I: a: 1
  • IPA I: o: 1
  • IPA I: Let's get started!: 1
  • IPA I: O: 1
  • IPA I: V: 1
  • IPA I: V": 1
  • IPA I: Writing ASCII IPA: 1
  • Showing variation of formants of [i:] with context: 4
  • Subjunctive?: Subjunctive: 2
  • aue people (album1): 1
  • Twelve miniature formant plots: 1
  • Differing opinion about Tyburn River: 1

    :Thence

  • FX: "to call a spade a spade": 1

    :thenceforth

  • FX: "billion": a U.K. view: 1

    :Theodore

  • FX: "quality": 1

    :theophoric

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

    :theoretical

  • Lawler they: That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these : 1

    :theoretically

  • Lawler Commas: Commas: 1

    :theories

  • Resources: Discussion groups, Usenet group Websites : 1
  • FX: "by hook or by crook": 1
  • FX: "copacetic": 1
  • FX: "cut the mustard": 1
  • FX: "dressed to the nines": 1
  • FX: "eighty-six"="nix": 1
  • FX: "fuck": 1
  • FX: "mind your p's and q's": 1
  • FX: Origin of the dollar sign (notes by Mark Brader): 1
  • UCLE: Waterloo: 1
  • UCLE: Hooligan: 1
  • UCLE: Some significant numbers from literature and literary criticism: 1
  • Intro C: "O.K.": 1
  • Intro C: "full monty": 1
  • Intro C: "whole nine yards": 1

    :theory

  • FX: "between you and I": 1
  • FX: "Break a leg!": 1
  • FX: "eighty-six"="nix": 1
  • FX: "flammable": 1
  • FX: "nimrod": 1
  • FX: Origin of the dollar sign (notes by Mark Brader): 1
  • FX: "posh": 1
  • FX: "sincere": 1
  • Lawler asfaras: As far as ... goes/is concerned: 1
  • Lawler infinite: English and Infinity: 3
  • Lawler they: >> That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these morphemes voiceless: 1
  • Lawler they: That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these : 1
  • UCLE: "Bite the bullet": 2
  • UCLE: Hooligan: 3
  • UCLE: Kibosh: 1
  • UCLE: What’s: 1
  • Intro C: "whole nine yards": 1