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Notes on Contributors Michael Adams teaches in the Department of English at Indiana University. His forthcoming publications include Slang: The People's Poetry (Oxford University Press 2009) and, with Anne Curzan, the second edition of How English Works: A Linguistic Introduction (Pearson Longman 2009). His article, "Nicknames, Interpellation, and Dubya's Theory of the State," will appear in the December 2008 issue of Names: A Journal of Onomastics. Allan R. Bomhard was educated at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hunter College, and City University of New York. He has published six books and over fifty articles on comparative-historical linguistics, among others Toward Proto-Nostratic: A New Approach to the Comparison of Proto-Indo-European and Proto-Afroasiatic (Benjamins 1984), The Nostratic Macrofamily: A Study in Distant Linguistic Regionship (co-author John C. Kerns; Mouton de Gruyter 1994), and Reconstructing Proto-Nostratic: Comparative Phonology, Morphobgy, and Vocabulary (Brill 2008). His main areas of interest are Indo-European comparative linguistics and distant linguistic relationship. Garland Cannon has been Professor of Linguistics at Texas A&M University since 1966, interspersed with visiting professorships at the City University of New York, University of Michigan, Kuwait University, Institut Teknologi Mara (Kuala Lumpur), and Oxford and Cambridge. His 14 books in linguistics and literature have given him an entry http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America Dictionary Society of North America

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Michael Adams teaches in the Department of English at Indiana University. His forthcoming publications include Slang: The People's Poetry (Oxford University Press 2009) and, with Anne Curzan, the second edition of How English Works: A Linguistic Introduction (Pearson Longman 2009). His article, "Nicknames, Interpellation, and Dubya's Theory of the State," will appear in the December 2008 issue of Names: A Journal of Onomastics. Allan R. Bomhard was educated at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hunter College, and City University of New York. He has published six books and over fifty articles on comparative-historical linguistics, among others Toward Proto-Nostratic: A New Approach to the Comparison of Proto-Indo-European and Proto-Afroasiatic (Benjamins 1984), The Nostratic Macrofamily: A Study in Distant Linguistic Regionship (co-author John C. Kerns; Mouton de Gruyter 1994), and Reconstructing Proto-Nostratic: Comparative Phonology, Morphobgy, and Vocabulary (Brill 2008). His main areas of interest are Indo-European comparative linguistics and distant linguistic relationship. Garland Cannon has been Professor of Linguistics at Texas A&M University since 1966, interspersed with visiting professorships at the City University of New York, University of Michigan, Kuwait University, Institut Teknologi Mara (Kuala Lumpur), and Oxford and Cambridge. His 14 books in linguistics and literature have given him an entry

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Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North AmericaDictionary Society of North America

Published: Apr 4, 2008

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