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  • FX: "Illegitimis non carborundum": 1
  • FX: "impact"="to affect": 2
  • FX: "in like Flynn": 1
  • FX: "ISO" by Mark Brader: 1
  • FX: "It's me" vs "It is I": 4
  • FX: "jerry-built"/"jury-rigged": 1
  • FX: "Jingle Bells": 2
  • FX: Joke about step-by-step spelling reform: 2
  • FX: "kangaroo": 2
  • FX: "Let them eat cake!": 4
  • FX: "like" vs "such as": 3
  • FX: "like" vs "as": 4
  • FX: "loo": 3
  • FX: "love"="zero": 1
  • FX: "merkin" (notes by Michael B. Quinion and Ruth Bygrave): 2
  • FX: "mind your p's and q's": 1
  • FX: "more/most/very unique": 2
  • FX: "more than you can shake a stick at": 3
  • FX: names of "&", "@", and "#": 2
  • FX: "nimrod": 2
  • FX: "O.K.": 3
  • FX: Online usage guides: 2
  • FX: Online dictionaries: 3
  • FX: Origin of the dollar sign (notes by Mark Brader): 3
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  • FX: "peter out": 2
  • FX: "pie-shaped": 3
  • FX: Plurals of Latin/Greek words: 2
  • FX: "politically correct": 4
  • FX: "portmanteau word": 1
  • FX: Postfix "not": 2
  • FX: [Prefatory remarks]: 3
  • FX: Preposition at end: 5
  • FX: provenance of English vocabulary (notes by Lucia Engkent): 1
  • FX: "push the envelope": 3
  • FX: "put in one's two cents' worth": 2
  • FX: "quiz": 1
  • FX: Related newsgroups: 4
  • FX: "rule of thumb": 3
  • FX: "Santa Ana": 1
  • FX: "Scotch": 1
  • FX: "scot-free": 2
  • FX: "shall" vs "will", "should" vs "would": 1
  • FX: "shouting fire in a crowded theater": 1
  • FX: "sirloin"/"baron of beef": 2
  • FX: "SOS": 3
  • FX: spaces between sentences: 1
  • FX: split infinitive: 2
  • FX: "spoonerism": 3
  • FX: Subjunctive: 4
  • FX: "that" vs "which": 2
  • FX: "The exception proves the rule.": 7
  • FX: "There's a sucker born every minute": 1
  • FX: the the "hoi polloi" debate: 2
  • FX: "the whole nine yards": 1
  • FX: "titsling"/"brassiere": 1
  • FX: "to all intents and purposes": 1
  • FX: "to call a spade a spade": 2
  • FX: troll: 1
  • FX: typo: 1
  • FX: ", vs ,": 1
  • FX: "wait for the other shoe to drop": 2
  • FX: WELCOME TO ALT.USAGE.ENGLISH!: 1
  • FX: What is a suggested format for citing online sources?: 1
  • FX: What is "ghoti"? (notes by Jim Scobbie): 3
  • FX: What do you call the grass strip between the road and the sidewalk?: 1
  • FX: What will we call the next decade?: 1
  • FX: When to use "the": 4
  • FX: Where to put apostrophes in possessive forms: 8
  • FX: "whole cloth" (notes by Ellen Rosen): 7
  • FX: "whom": 2
  • FX: Why do we say "30 years old", but "a 30-year-old man"?: 1
  • FX: "wonk" (notes by Fred Shapiro): 2
  • FX: "wop": 1
  • FX: words ending in "-gry": 7
  • FX: Words pronounced differently according to context: 3
  • FX: "You have another think coming": 1
  • FX: "you saying" vs "your saying": 1
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  • Fast FAQ: Table of Contents: 1
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  • Formant analysis: 1
  • Fun with words TOC: 1
  • Genitive: Genitive is not always possessive.: 7
  • Groups: "company is" vs "company are": 5
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  • Lawler Commas: The intonation curve is (roughly) up-down-back.up, graphically something: 1
  • Lawler Commas: >If, say, a parenthesis is marked off by commas, is that phonological: 1
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  • Lawler academy: The Academy: 1
  • Lawler aluminum: Alumin(i)um: 5
  • Lawler amnt: "amn't": 4
  • Lawler anymore: anymore: 4
  • Lawler asfaras: As far as ... goes/is concerned: 5
  • Lawler besides: Toward(s) and Beside(s): 3
  • Lawler booklist: Books on English, Language, and Linguistics: 2
  • Lawler booklist: Beth Levin is a computational linguist at Northwestern University: 12
  • Lawler bring: Bring vs Take: 7
  • Lawler buoy: Aural and Oral, Boy and Buoy: 2
  • Lawler canthelp: Can't Help (But) ...: 3
  • Lawler comma: Commas again: 3
  • Lawler complmnt: Object Complements: 8
  • Lawler correct: "Correctness": 5
  • Lawler enghist: English Language History, with excursus on Technology: 6
  • Lawler enghist: >Your example of English and Caxton print shop goes a long way to convince: 1
  • Lawler equally: "equally" and comparatives: 5
  • Lawler extrapos: Extraposition, plus Selected Short Subjects: 3
  • Lawler extrapos: --- Followup -- > But note that both: 7
  • Lawler giveadamn: Give a Damn: 4
  • Lawler gonna: gonna: 3
  • Lawler gotten: Gotten vs. Got: 4
  • Lawler hadve: hadn't've: 2
  • Lawler hadve: I suspect much of the rancor that greets spellings of : 2
  • Lawler hafta: Hafta and Other Modal Paraphrases: 4
  • Lawler headline: Headline grammar: 5
  • Lawler hyphen: Hyphens: 1
  • Lawler indian: Indian English: 1
  • Lawler infinite: English and Infinity: 6
  • Lawler itsraining: "It" in "It's raining": 10
  • Lawler itsraining: You may have noticed the Sapir quotation in my : 3
  • Lawler itsraining: I can't say _____ really means I can't say ___ in : 24
  • Lawler l-sounds: English L sounds: 2
  • Lawler l-sounds: >> For instance: English has only one /l/ phoneme, but it has: 2
  • Lawler modals: English Modals: 2
  • Lawler modals: As to this discussion, the usual oppositions are those between: 1
  • Lawler modals: The canonical paraphrase for will is be going to, idiosyncratically: 3
  • Lawler modals: There is also another opposition among the formal auxiliaries, between: 1
  • Lawler npi: Negative Polarity Items: 12
  • Lawler npi: Since you ask, here's a moderately complete list of polarity items,: 2
  • Lawler npislands: News Item: 6
  • Lawler only: "only": 8
  • Lawler phrasal: Phrasal Verbs: 2
  • Lawler phrasals: Phrasal Verbs: 3
  • Lawler q-neg: Quantifier-Negative Semantics: 19
  • Lawler quote: "Quote, Unquote": 5
  • Lawler reams: Reams: 11
  • Lawler ross: Ross Constraints: 7
  • Lawler schwa: Schwa and Central Vowels: 10
  • Lawler spelling: So Much For Spelling Reform: 7
  • Lawler tense: Tense and related topics: 5
  • Lawler tense: >Past tenses:: 8
  • Lawler tense: >Just one question: Where does the past perfect ("have gone", "have sung"): 2
  • Lawler that: Two kinds of "that-clauses": 3
  • Lawler thehell: Usage of "the hell": 8
  • Lawler they: He, she, they?: 5
  • Lawler they: That is, the voicing assimilation that makes these : 2
  • Lawler truly: Canadian and American Raising: 4
  • Lawler verbing: Verbing Nouns: 2
  • Lawler vowels: Vowels Before R: 1
  • Lawler vowels: There are at least 11 phonemically distinct vowels in : 2
  • Lawler whom: Who(m): 1
  • Lawler writing: Literacy: 3
  • Lawler xmasthat: That vs. Which: 4
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  • Interface: Help: 1
  • Interface: Implementation Notes: 1
  • Intro A: Dealing with unwanted postings: 1
  • Intro A: Guidelines for posting: 2
  • Intro A: Responding: 4
  • Intro A: WELCOME TO alt.usage.english!: 1
  • Intro A: Last Revised 2001-10-08: 2
  • Intro B: Historical English, and English Literature: 4
  • Intro C: American: 1
  • Intro C: "O.K.": 1
  • Intro C: "Cold enough to freeze the balls off of a brass monkey": 1
  • Intro C: "exception proves the rule": 5
  • Intro C: "full monty": 1
  • Intro C: "obaue" or "ObAUE": 1
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  • Intro C: "whole nine yards": 1
  • Intro C: words ending in "-gry": 8
  • Intro D: "A" or "an": 1
  • Intro D: Gender-neutral pronouns -- "he/she" -v- "they": 2
  • Intro D: "Gotten": 1
  • Intro D: "It's me" -v- "It is I": 1
  • Intro D: Names for &, @, and #: 1
  • 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"?: 1
  • Intro D: Last Revised 2001-10-14: 1
  • Intro E: I before E except after C (based on notes by Mark Wainwright): 3
  • Intro E: Joke about step-by-step spelling reform: 2
  • Intro E: U.S. -v- REST-OF-WORLD ENGLISH: 6
  • Intro E: What is "ghoti"? (notes by Jim Scobbie): 1
  • Intro E: Last Revised 2001-11-14: 1
  • Intro F: Last Revised: 2001-10-18: 6
  • Intro G: Intro G: Where is the FAQ?: 7
  • Intro G: Last Revised 2001-09-22: 8
  • Introduction: Intro A: Welcome to AUE and Guidelines: 1
  • IPA II: Consonants and Vowels:: 1
  • IPA II: IPA Chart Revision Date:: 1
  • IPA II: Main Index:: 1
  • IPA II: The Details:: 1
  • IPA II: About this document:: 1
  • IPA II: Affricates, diphthongs and triphthongs:: 2
  • IPA II: Credits:: 1
  • IPA II: The reference to 'Chicago pop' first appeared in Mark Israel's: 1
  • IPA II: /*/ is a short tap of the tongue use by some U.S.: 1
  • IPA II: Slashes or square brackets?: 2
  • IPA II: Technical details:: 1
  • IPA II: ASCII IPA: A modified version having only American examples: 1
  • IPA II:  : 1
  • IPA I: Note A: 2
  • IPA I: About this document: 1
  • IPA I: Affricates, diphthongs and triphthongs: 2
  • IPA I: *: 1
  • IPA I: Consonants and vowels: 2
  • IPA I: Credits: 1
  • IPA I: There is no ASCII IPA symbol for the IPA 180-degree-rotated : 1
  • IPA I: Some Britons, including the Oxford University Press,: 1
  • IPA I: Slashes or square brackets?: 4
  • IPA I: Vowel pronunciations by experts: 1
  • IPA I: Help me complete this Web page!: 1
  • IPA I: Contents: 3
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  • Stub: 1
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  • Stub: 1
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  • boink: 11
  • Showing variation of formants of [i:] with context: 3
  • Plosive "t" look: 1
  • Bridge to Damian Conway's pluralization paper: 2
  • Thou, thee & archaic grammar: 1
  • Emphasis quotes: Use of Quotation Marks for Emphasis: 4
  • Audio recording technique - Some suggestions: 1
  • Stub: Stub to advise that rules_for_motto_poll.html is no longer available: 1
  • Detailed comparisons of two Ladefoged vowels: 1
  • Supp: About this File: 4
  • Supp: Grammars: 2
  • Supp: How to represent pronunciation: 1
  • Supp: Table of major headings:: 1
  • Supp: Online dictionaries: 1
  • Supp: Is 'people' the plural of 'person'?: 1
  • Supp: What is prescriptivism?: 1
  • Supp: The organization of this file generally follows that of a hypertext version of Mark : 2
  • Posting frequencies: Explanatory comments:: 1
  • Subjunctive?: Subjunctive: 5
  • summer: 9
  • Symposium I: The alt.usage.english London Symposium: 1
  • Symposium II: Groups: 1
  • aue people (album1): 2
  • Announcement of creation of uk.culture.language.english: 5
  • Differing opinion about Tyburn River: 1
  • Where FAQ?: Places to get Mark Israel's AUE FAQ: 1
  • Where FAQ?: 19 February 1996:: 1
  • Where FAQ?: 15 August 1995:: 1
  • Where FAQ?: 12 March 1995:: 1
  • Where FAQ?: 2 October 1996:: 2
  • Where FAQ?: Full FAQ with internal links:: 1
  • Where FAQ?: Fast-Access FAQ:: 2
  • Where FAQ?: Introduction to alt.usage.english: : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Indirect to previous item: : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Partial hypertext FAQ: : 2
  • Where FAQ?: 6 June 1996:: 1
  • Where FAQ?: Original FAQ, no hypertext: : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Partial hypertext FAQ: : 1
  • Where FAQ?: Earlier edition of 'Full FAQ with internal links': : 2
  • What's new?: History of Changes at the AUE Web Site: 5
  • Last Words: 2
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