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Seznami Američanov. Abolicionisti - Admirali - Akademiki - Alpinisti - Antropologi - Aranžerji - Arheologi - Arhitekti - Astrofiziki - Astrologi - Astronavti - Astronomi - Atleti - Baletniki - Bankirji - Biologi - Boksarji - Botaniki - Diplomati - Dirigenti - Dirkači - Dramatiki - Duhovniki - Ekonomisti - Filantropi - Filmski režiserji - Filologi  ...

linguistics.uchicago.edu/faculty/mccawley

Heriberto Avelino me mando el mensaje de Salikoko S. Mifwune al final de esta comunicacion en donde se informa del fallecimiento de James D. McCawley el .... should be withdrawn from us so suddenly, and at so young an age. Please accept my sincerest condolences. Michael L. Kay. Professor Emeritus of Linguistics.

www.amazon.com/Everything-Linguists-Always-Wanted-Ashamed/dp/0226556115

Amazon.com: Everything that Linguists have Always Wanted to Know about Logic . . . But Were Ashamed to Ask (9780226556116): James D. McCawley: Books.

thelousylinguist.blogspot.com

Dec 26, 2017 ... "Laymen are generally lousy linguists: they do not know what questions to ask, they do not know how to look for answers to them and they are too ready to accept generalizations to which they could easily find counter examples." --- James D. McCawley "Asking a linguist how many languages they speak is ...

www1.icsi.berkeley.edu/~kay/cg.prag.pdf

Introduction. Constructions and Pragmatics. What do constructional approaches to grammar have to contribute to linguistic pragmatics? A careful answer to this question would require prior specification of which approaches should properly be called “constructional” and also what exactly is intended by “linguistic ...

georgelakoff.com/press/academic-biography

1963 – 1975 Generative Semantics George's last year at MIT was the first year of MIT's Linguistics program. He studied that year with Roman Jakobson, Morris Halle, and Noam Chomsky and became part of the group that formed Chomsky's first student cohort. He went to Indiana to study English Literature, but soon ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5537172

Jul 8, 2017 ... 519–562. 15. Stanton R., Sciabola S., Salatto C., Weng Y., Moshinsky D., Little J., Walters E., Kreeger J., DiMattia D., Chen T. Chemical modification study of antisense gapmers. Nucleic Acid Ther. 2012;22:344–359. [PubMed]. 16. Henry S.P., Kim T.-W., Kramer-Stickland K., Zanardi T.A., Fey R.A., Levin A.A. ...

user.phil.hhu.de/~wdl/Voice.pdf

of a word, as in the following examples taken from McCawley (1971/1973:348). 1 I am grateful to Ingrid Kaufmann, Albert ..... c. k=u ká an -s -ik. 'he is teaching it'. INCOMPL=3.ERG learn.PASS -CAUS -IMPF. PASS-CAUS: λy λu {Ag(u) & Ag(pro ) & BEC KNOW(y)} d. k=u ká an -s -á al. 'it is being taught'. INCOMPL=3.ERG.

www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0024384188900095

Polysemy - the existence of multiple but related meanings for a single form - has always been problematic for purely structural accounts of meaning. When it is viewed from a cognitive perspective, however, it emerges as a natural, indeed necessary consequence of the human ability to think flexibility. If we synthesize three ...