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“SEATTLETONIAN” TO “FAUX HICK”: PERCEPTIONS OF ENGLISH IN WASHINGTON STATE
MAINTAINING A LANGUAGE OF CULTURE: OUTCOMES OF MEDIEVAL IBERIAN SHIFT AS A PREDICTOR FOR SPANISH IN THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST
George H. Goebel
WRISTS AND STOUTS OF CORN: TWO NEGLECTED REGIONALISMS
Benjamin Zimmer and Charles E. Carson
AMONG THE NEW WORDS
CANADIAN ENGLISH: “CAN-EH-DIAN,” OR, THE “CONTINUOUS SHORT-A SYSTEM”
The English Language in Canada: Status, History, and Comparative Analysis–By Boberg Charles
Indexes For Volume 86 (2011)
AUTHORS AND TITLES
WORDS AND PHRASES
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