359: England, M. The comprehension of sentences containing temporal connectives.
360: Banks, J.M. Books in syllabic characters printed for the use of the Church Missionary Society.
361: Land, N.F. Classification and coding of spatial information.
362: Cox, N.P.G. Ideas and action ... emergence of technical innovation and financial discourse.
363: Colford, O. The poet as poet: music and silence in the poetry of Wallace Stevens.
364: Jones, M.C. Language and dialect death in contemporary Wales.
365: Hardy, S. H.G. Wells and language.
366: Hollman, J.W. Reading skills in an African language: processing Bari orthography.
367: Gibson, T.R. Towards a discourse theory of abstracts and abstracting.
368: Connell, B.A. Phonetic aspects of the lower cross languages and their implications for sound change.
369: Clackson, J. The linguistic relationship between Armenian and Greek.
370: Benhaddou, M. Translation quality assessment: a situational/textual model for the evaluation of Arabic/English translations.
371: Schalkywyk, D. The Saussurean sign and the objects of language: a Wittgensteinian analysis.
372: Gully, A.J. Aspects of semantics, grammatical categories and other linguistic considerations in Ibn-Hishām's Mughnī al-Labīb.
373: Thornton, F.J. A classification of the semantic field Good and Evil in the vocabulary of English.
374: Fagborun, J.G. The analysis of linguistic innovation: historical and grammatical perspectives on English loan-translations and the Yoruba koine
375: Khaldi, K. Learning strategies of learners of English as a foreign language.
376: Volino, M.S. Word grammar, unification and the syntax of Italian clitics.
377: Sanfilippo, A. Grammatical relations, thematic roles and verb semantics.
378: Keller, W.R. Feature logics, infinitary descriptions and the logical treatment of grammar.
379: Bird, S.G. Constraint-based phonology.
380: Swann, P.H. Theory and practice of computer assisted language learning.
381: Al-Hamdi, A. The process of interaction between translator and text: an empirical case study in English and Arabic.
382: Chingota, F.L.B. The use of the ancient `fear' in Deuteronomy to denote the relationship between God and Israel.
383: Trounce, R.J.A. The derivation and applications of a knowledge base for computational stylostatistics: the semantics and syntax of adverbs in se
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385: Holt, E.J. Figures of speech: an exploration of the use of idiomatic phrases in conversation.
386: Gardiner, M.E. The dialogue of critique: M.M. Bakhtin and the theory of ideology.
387: Lin, C.Z. Marxian economic categories and problems of centralised and decentralised planning in China.
388: Buenfil Burgos, R.N. Politics, hegemony and persuasion: education and the Mexican revolutionary discourse during World War II.
389: O'Rourke, K.J. Contemporary Christian, post-church and post-Christian feminist religion in England: a phenomenological study.
390: El-Sakran, T.M.E. Formal and functional analysis of footnotes in academic journal articles.
391: Inostroza, G.I.d.C. The teaching of Spanish as a native language in Chilean primary schools: a reconceptualization
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393: Rupp, C.J. Semantic representation in a unification environment
394: Mpepo, M.V. Pedagogical demands in implementing a functional syllabus and the communicative approach to English teaching in eight Zambian sc
395: Meaney, G. (Un)like subjects: theories and practices of contemporary women's writing.
396: Norrish, P. The graphic translation of text.
397: Palfreeman, L. Towards advertising literacy: an empirical investigation into the capabilities of children in interpreting linguistic feature of
398: Goshi, M. Pedagogical stylistics in the context of English students in Japan
399: Lan, L. Extending vocabulary in English for specific purposes - with special reference to Chinese university students
400: Ali, H.A. A process-based approach to teaching written English to first-year university students in Lebanon: an exploratory study
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28: Atkinson, I. Youth work research: initiatives in the study of young people, youth work and Youth Services.
29: Connelly, E. Integration into primary school of children with learning difficulties: an investigation of the relations of young children's at
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38: Florou, P. English vocabulary teaching to Greek learners
39: Murchie, N. Effects of the learning of Logo: a classroom study
40: Edwards, M. The views and perceptions of young people excluded from school.
41: Wisniewska, S.A. Struggling for change: provision for the professional development of foreign language teachers of young learners in Bydgoszcz,
42: Toms, M.R. The developmental socialisation of young people in club sport: an ethnographic account.
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