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Title Author Type Date Words
Speaking freely. Helprin, Mark Mar 22, 2017 960
Synonymity and semantic variability in medieval French and Middle English. Rothwell, W. Essay Apr 1, 2007 10275
Ye joke's on us. Brief article Mar 22, 2007 122
Learning to swear in England. (Between tears & laughter). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 126
LIFE IN THE 1500s. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 353
Infinitival copular complement clauses in English: explaining the predominance of passive matrix verbs (1). Noel, Dirk Report Dec 1, 1998 6902
Carwash and rent-a-car a typological investigation. Fujiwara, Hiroshi Jan 1, 1997 3586
Old English rot in place-names. Hough, Carole Jun 1, 1996 1290
Tyndale's 'Bruterar' 'Prophesier, soothsayer': Welsh 'brudiwr' 'soothsayer.' Breeze, Andrew Dec 1, 1995 567
Celtic etymologies for 'brisk' 'active,lively' and 'caddow' 'woolen covering.' Breeze, Andrew Sep 1, 1994 2172
'Context' in eighteenth-century usage. Walsh, Marcus Sep 1, 1993 1104
Samuel Johnson: a portrait in OED-antedatings. English, Mark Sep 1, 1993 2471
Solving the Ambrose Bierce mystery. LaRocque, Paula Jun 1, 1993 926
Welsh baban 'baby' and 'Ancrene Wisse.' Breeze, Andrew Mar 1, 1993 1338
Old English trum 'strong,' truma 'host': Welsh trwm 'heavy.' Breeze, Andrew Mar 1, 1993 1992
The meaning of geances in Jonson's 'A Tale of a Tub.' (Ben Jonson) Britton, Derek Mar 1, 1993 2617
Caxon, caxton: a predating, a definition, and a supposed derivation. Koster, Patricia Mar 1, 1993 507
Has English to hanker been borrowed from Flemish? de Tollenaere, F. Mar 1, 1993 1374

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