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Sad Holiday Linguists
> Prevent Sad Holiday Linguists Speculative Grammarian December 2013
 
Safopireop, Willopiamop
> Linguists Need Prescriptivists (and probably Pig Latin, too) Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
 
Sai
> Amazing Grice Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
 
Sampson, Sartoris Ojars
> An Official Confession Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
 
Sams, Jessie
> A Love/Hate Relationship: Pesky Antonyms Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
 
Sanders, Nathan
> Double-Sided Copy Theory Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
 
Sanpitakuk, Piraha
> Simulation Modelling of Syntactic Habitats Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
 
Särcäästïcüt, Snidely von
> Linguistic Insults for Every Occasion Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
 
Sassenhagen, Jona
> Kill All Phoneticians Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> Performance of “Kill All Phoneticians” SpecGram Podcast February 2014
 
Sauvignon, Shiraz
> In the lecture hall one bright clear day... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
 
Savoy, Alex
> How Do I Love Thee?Let Me Draw a Tree Diagram Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
 
Saxtorph, Arthur
> Notes on the Kzinti Language Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.2 February 1993
 
Saygone, Charlie
> The Linguistic Big Rip Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
 
Schadenpoodle, Athanasious
> Letter From an Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
> On Neoplatonism and Fodor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> On the Taxonomic Classification of minimalisticiThe controversy, and some directions for research Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.1 October 2011
> Optimal Divinity and Divine Optimality: Key Points of Difference in DUG and OT Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> Philologer’s Kvetchwhinge 32 Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> A Preliminary Field Guide to Linguists, Part One Speculative Grammarian CL.1 January 2005
> A Preliminary Field Guide to Linguists, Part Two Speculative Grammarian CL.2 April 2005
> The Prudent Fieldworker’s Guide to Preparation and PackingPart I Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> The Prudent Fieldworker’s Guide to Preparation and PackingPart II Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> Toward a Prophylactic Approach to Techblather: Some Illustrations Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
 
Schäfer, Lea
> Kill All Phoneticians Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> Performance of “Kill All Phoneticians” SpecGram Podcast February 2014
 
Schardin, Brock
> Performance of “The Compleat Linguist” SpecGram Podcast January 2016
> Performance of “Handy Definitions for Newcomers to the Field of Linguistics” SpecGram Podcast February 2016
> Performance of “Saving Endangered Languages with Prescriptivism” SpecGram Podcast December 2015
 
Schkrbtov, D.
> Linguists Don’t Need Prescriptivists(or Monolingualsand Pig Latin is Not Enough) Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
 
Schleitwiler, Paul
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
 
Schmeiser, Benjamin
> Collateral Descendant of Lingua PrancaStyle Sheet and Submission Guidelines Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Schomski, Johannes
> The Hegemony of American Coffee and the Fight for Universal Tea Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
 
Schouwiniste-Pigge, Émil
> On Being Polite to Women in Slavic Languages Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
Scientist-Person, A. Real
> It’s 2 A.M., Do You Know What Your RNA is Doing? Babel I.3 September 1990
 
Scott, Robert F.
> Exploring Penguin Causatives Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
 
Scrugg, Fletcher Bowyer
> Neo-Latin and Craft Latin: Recent Trends in Rival Latinitates Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
 
Sdrétu, Elaoin
> On the Expectedly Variable Lexicon of 955Extremely Rapid Environmental Change (EREC) Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
 
Searsplainpockets, Claude
> Among the Metal MouthsAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Fɛʀ↓ʁʘʊⓢ↑ Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> The Boy Who Stuttered WolfA Linguistic Tale of Caution Among the Tʷɪči Speculative Grammarian CLXI.4 May 2011
> Eating the WindAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Xoŋry Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
> Eidetic Pronouns: An Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Winodanugai Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> The Hidden Language of Public SeductionAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of Spanyol Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
> How to Speak to ForeignersAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the ʔɪɯnkʈlɳɪɞʃt Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
> Hunting the Elusive Labio-Nasal: An Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Beeg Haan Krrz Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
> The Hyperactive Voice: An Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Oboi­oboi­oboi­wikant­sitstil Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.4 April 1993
> I Told You it was Not the Whole (Number) StoryAn Anthropological Linguistic Followup on Non-Integral Person in Åriðmatçəl Verbs Speculative Grammarian CLIV.2 June 2008
> It’s Notso Clear Now, Is It? Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
> The Laziest Language on EarthAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Perry So-so Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> Morphological Spectroscopy: An Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Wuh Nwur Dianz Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> Notso Yi, Eidetic Pronouns, Winodanugai, and “Deskwork” Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> One Hundred Words for Snowclone Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> Performance of “The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “Fifty Grades of A SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Performance of “The Hidden Language of Public Seduction—An Anthropological Linguistic Study of Spanyol” SpecGram Podcast December 2013
> Performance of “The History of the Indo-EuropeansAn Agony in Six Fits” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “Hunting the Elusive Labio-Nasal” SpecGram Podcast August 2012
> Performance of “Labyrinths & Linguists” SpecGram Podcast September 2015
> Performance of “The Laziest Language on Earth” SpecGram Podcast October 2015
> Performance of “One Hundred Words for Snowclone” SpecGram Podcast June 2015
> Performance of “Parenting Styles and Progeny SuccessA Practical Guide to Broken-Record Parenting” SpecGram Podcast January 2016
> Performance of “Reviewerish Field Notes” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “TLAs DOA? TBD!” SpecGram Podcast October 2015
> Performance of “Ye Olde PunneryThe Jigglepike Fragment” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Ple Nvæn-ila Fieldwork Puzzle Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> Recursive Processing: An Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Benhirloŋtam Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.1 March 1997
> Shhhhhhh! Don’t Tell AnyoneAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Hallucinogenic Language of the Noyd Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> This is Not the Whole (Number) StoryAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of Non-Integral Person in Åriðmatçəl Verbs Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> TLAs DOA? TBD! Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> ’Trilaas in ManilaAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of Multi-Trill Counting Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> ’Trilaas Outside Manila!An Anthropological Linguistic Followup on Multi-Trill Counting Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
> “Twenty Special Forms of Rhetoric”by Dawn B. Seely Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Up the Mind’s Nose; With the Mind’s FingerAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Pιčkιt Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.4 October 2004
> Whirl, Whirl, WhirlSpinning a Good YarnAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Prmu Ta Šn Register of the Ro Ta Tora Dores Speculative Grammarian CLXV.3 September 2012
 
Seely, Dawn B.
> Twenty Special Forms of Rhetoric Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
 
Seely, Elyse
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang IVPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
 
Sem, Medved
> Toward a New Classification of the European Languages Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.2 January 1998
 
Sershen, Maiya
> The Biological Basis Of Universal Grammar Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.2 April 2004
 
Seuŋyoŋ, Nattapoŋ Yunloŋ
> Modern and Historical Graphical Representations of Structural Relationships in Spoken and Written English Sentential Utterances Speculative Grammarian CLIII.δ December 2007
 
Severson, Webley Louis, III
> Book Review: Van Der Fort’s Guide to Field Linguistics by J. S. S. van der Fort Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
 
Shapiro, Mary
> Cryptolinguistic Puzzle Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> Cryptolinguistic Puzzle 四 Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
> Cryptolinguistic Puzzle 2 Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> Cryptolinguistic Puzzle Γ Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> Cryptolinguistic Puzzle ڄ Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> IPA Code Puzzle IAnimals in Disguise Speculative Grammarian CLXII.2 July 2011
> IPA Code Puzzle IIEnchanted Household Speculative Grammarian CLXII.4 September 2011
> IPAlindromes I Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> IPAlindromes IIFind the IPAlindrome! Speculative Grammarian CLXV.3 September 2012
> IPAlindromes IIIWhat Should We Do With/To Noam? Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
> Ling-Ken Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> Ling-Ken II Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
 
Sharpe, Major
> Castilian Language Chastised, Portugal Says “We Told You So” Speculative Grammarian CLIV.2 June 2008
 
Shauling, Knauv
> A Response to Anonymous’s Collected Graphic Evidence Against the Existence of the Morphome Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
 
Shawtwain, Rev. Q. X.
> Spelling Made Simple Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Shinn, Coöper A.
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Shipley, Freya
> Extract from an Interview with Eglantine Lady Fantod, Dowager Professor of Philology at Cambridge University Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> Extract from an Interview with Eglantine Lady Fantod, Dowager Professor of Philology at Cambridge University Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. IV SpecGram Podcast May 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. V SpecGram Podcast June 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. VI SpecGram Podcast July 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. VII SpecGram Podcast August 2011
> Phonetics Roadshow Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
> Preliminary Report on B—, one of the Tantric languages of Hm-hmumble-rsia Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
 
Shopmont, Lea Kim
> Notes on Sociophonology Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
 
Shovel, Sam
> Cultural Grammaticalization Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.2 April 2004
 
Shr, X.
> Savage Field Work Langue du Monde XVI.4 September 1991
 
Shrdlu, Etaoin
> On the Expectedly Variable Lexicon of 955Extremely Rapid Environmental Change (EREC) Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
 
Шүлт, Хүчил
> As grad school approaches its end... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
> From all that I read before bed... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
> I seek whiskey this weekend to quicken... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
> My eyes twitch as they stare at the mug... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
> A student with sentiments jingle-ish... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
> The TA’s Discussion Section Blues Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
 
Shunming, Tong
> Phonemic Color Speculative Grammarian CL.1 January 2005
 
Sihler, Andrew
> The Linguist’s Self-Definer for Humanistic Greek and Latin Lingoand other terms Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Simpson, MJ
> In suspenders and pants and a vest... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
 
Sjöberg, Zack
> Performance of “The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “The History of the Indo-EuropeansAn Agony in Six Fits” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “Plagiarize This!” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “Redundantly Multilingual Pretension Markers in BWFSEDPRCLCEE” SpecGram Podcast November 2015
> Performance of “Reviewerish Field Notes” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart I” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart II” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Ye Olde PunneryThe Jigglepike Fragment” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
 
Skirgård, Hedvig
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLI SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLII SpecGram Podcast May 2015
 
Slater, Edgar Allan
> Val Harmony Langue du Monde XVI.4 September 1991
 
Slater, Elizabeth
> Performance of “Grey Duck or Goose?—Mapping variation in a children’s game in Minnesota” SpecGram Podcast January 2013
 
Slater, Jesse
> Performance of “Grey Duck or Goose?—Mapping variation in a children’s game in Minnesota” SpecGram Podcast January 2013
 
Slater, Keith
> 27 Things Linguists Didn’t Know About TeaNumber 12 Made Me Cringe! Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
> Academic News World of Language I.2 February 1991
> Advancing Pedagogical Methodology in the Linguistics Classroom Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
> After working all night on my thesis... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> After writing a long dissertation... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> All our theories succeed as they do... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> Annual Report to Shareholders, 2011The Speculative Grammarian Editorial Board Speculative Grammarian CLXII.2 July 2011
> Aubade Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> Barnyard Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Bilateral Modal Bifurcation in Pinnacle Sherpa: one language becomes four, almost overnight! Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> Bōard Gam̄es for̄ Linḡuists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> The C-Rhyme and Pun-ish-ment of St. Alvin Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> Call for ManuscriptsAnnouncement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> Call for Papers Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> Call for PapersInternational Dolphin Linguistics Society 12th Annual Plenary Congress on Cetacean Linguistics Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> Call For Proposals Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
> The Capitol Area Linguistics League Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> Castrén’s writings surpassed the prosaic... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> Center Embedding as Cultural Imperative (not contact-induced innovation) Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> Center Embedding PassivesA Call for Further Research Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Center Embeddingthe Pivotal Role of Military History Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> Class Action Settlement Reached Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> Classical Pinnacle SherpaA living exercise in proto-language reconstruction Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
> Classified Advertisements Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
> Classifieds Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Α Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Β Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Γ Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> Comestible Morphosyntax: The Effects of Food Intake On Grammatical Performance Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.4 March 1998
> Compound Nouns for Frances Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
> Conference ReportThe Third International Conference on Tone Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> Critical Readings in Linguistics Crossword PuzzlePuzzle from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Crossword Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
> Crossword for Historical Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
> Crossword: Just In Case Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
> Cultural TonesSemantically significant suprasegmentals in the Kamgala language Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> The Cycle of Language Exchange in Pinnacle Sherpa: new evidence for the reversibility of language shift Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
> Degenerative Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> Degenerative GrammarOur Current State of Linguistic Degradation Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> Description of “Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart 九” SpecGram Podcast June 2015
> Description of “Linguistics Nerd CampSmall Talk” SpecGram Podcast March 2015
> Description of “Spaz Attack in the CornerLook! Look! I’m flying...” SpecGram Podcast March 2015
> Dictionary of Essential Linguistics Vocabulary by Crystal Gayle Babel I.1 March 1990
> Directional Source-Marking and Enumerated Utterance Syntactophoric Replacement in Notso Yi Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
> Discourse Gender in Hakka Creole Babel I.1 March 1990
> Editorial Errors and Standard DeviationA social science proof of the universal validity of statistics Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.3 June 2013
> The Editors Strike BackReplies to Cobb’s Reply to Schomski Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
> Epistola ad Legentes—Dodranscentennial Disclaimerification and Enwarranticization Speculative Grammarian CLXI.4 May 2011
> Epistulae ad Percontatores Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> Etymology is for the BridsA Letter from the Executive Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> EuroSprachGamesAnnouncement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> Everything Logicians Need to Know about Linguistics, but are (Posited to be) Afraid to Ask Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> Evidential Complexity and Language Loss in Pinnacle Sherpa Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
> “Evidential Complexity and Language Loss in Pinnacle Sherpa”by Keith Slater Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Exploring Penguin Causatives Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
> The Fishing LinguistA Letter from Executive Editor Keith Slater Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> Frog and Toad Teach Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> The Future English BibleBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> Germanic Day & The Celebration of Romance Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> Grammars in Contrast Series SeriesSeries of Series Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
> Granular Phonology Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> Great Linguistics Movies and Their Famous LinesPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
> Great Linguistics Movies and Their Famous LinesPart II Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> Grey Duck or Goose?Mapping variation in a children’s game in Minnesota Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
> Handbook for Linguistic Elicitation, Volume 28: Laziness and InactivityBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
> The Hidden Source of Theoretical LinguisticsThe Terrible Story of John and Mary Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> The Historicity of Texts and the Textuality of HistoryBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> How to Cheat at LinguisticsBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> How to Pay for Linguistic Fieldwork Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> Hymns for the Reverent Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IA Survey of Current and Historical Evidentials Reportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IIA Survey of Current and Historical EvidentialsReportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> I love science: the facts! the statistics! Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> I’m told that language documentation... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> Impaired Languages: The Next Focus of LinguisticsA Letter from the Executive Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> In Defense of Sino-RomanThe Editorial Board of SpecGram Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> In Need of ManuscriptsAnnouncement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
> In preparing a talk for some linguists... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> In space, no one can hear you scream Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
> In the lecture hall one bright clear day... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
> In this paper I have solved longstanding issues... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> Inside SpecGram: A view from the front lines Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> An Interpreter’s Dictionary of Linguistic ArgumentationPsammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
> Introduction Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> An Introduction to Familial LinguisticsThe Syntax and Grammar of Husband, Wife and Teenager Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> It Was a Dark and Stormy Noun...1985 Edition Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> It Was a Dark and Stormy Noun...1986 Edition Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> It Was a Dark and Stormy Noun...1987 Edition Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> Izzy as Pie Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
> The Joy of DeadlinesA Letter from Executive Editor Keith Slater Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> King Psammeticus showed us the way... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> Language Death by Speaker RejectionA Few Case Studies Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> Language Death by Speaker RejectionMore Case Studies Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> Language Documentation SeriesCall for Papers from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
> Language Identification Puzzle Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. I SpecGram Podcast March 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. II SpecGram Podcast March 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. III SpecGram Podcast April 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. IV SpecGram Podcast May 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. V SpecGram Podcast June 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. VI SpecGram Podcast July 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. VII SpecGram Podcast August 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. IX SpecGram Podcast November 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. X SpecGram Podcast December 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XI SpecGram Podcast March 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XII SpecGram Podcast April 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XIII SpecGram Podcast May 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XIV SpecGram Podcast June 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XV SpecGram Podcast June 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVI SpecGram Podcast July 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVII SpecGram Podcast August 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVIII SpecGram Podcast September 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XIX SpecGram Podcast October 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XX SpecGram Podcast November 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXI SpecGram Podcast December 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXII SpecGram Podcast January 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXIII SpecGram Podcast March 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXIV SpecGram Podcast April 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXV SpecGram Podcast May 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXVI SpecGram Podcast June 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXVII SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXVIII SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXIX SpecGram Podcast March 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXX SpecGram Podcast April 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXI SpecGram Podcast April 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXII SpecGram Podcast April 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXIII SpecGram Podcast April 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXIV SpecGram Podcast May 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXV SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVI SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVII SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVIII SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXIX SpecGram Podcast January 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XL SpecGram Podcast January 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLI SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLII SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIII SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIV SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLV SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLVI SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLVII SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLVIII SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIX SpecGram Podcast January 2017
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. L SpecGram Podcast January 2017
> The Language of Prehistory Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
> Language Reviews Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> LanguageThe Failure of Modern Philosophy Babel I.2 April 1990
> Learn to Speak Swadesh in One Hundred Easy Lessons!Book Announcement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
> The Learner’s Task Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
> Letters to Atticus Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CL.3 July 2005
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
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Strabismus, Les
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> Performance of “Current Issues in Gastronomy” SpecGram Podcast June 2015
> Performance of “Linguistic Contributions To The Formal Theory Of Big-Game Hunting” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “The Nasal Tone: An Honest Tale” SpecGram Podcast April 2015
> Performance of “New Course Offerings in Linguistics” SpecGram Podcast March 2015
> Performance of “Velum, Velum, Little Thing” SpecGram Podcast March 2015
> The Texas World Cultural Festival and Poetry Recitation Competition SpecGram Podcast November 2014
 
Straight, H. Stephen
> A Linguist Fine and Rare Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
 
Streitberg, Wulfila
> “Gothic for Travellers”by A. Judzis, the Visigoth Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
 
Strix, S.
> A Possible Prional Source for Linguistic Degeneration from Prolonged Ailuric Exposure Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
 
Strudelfest, Georg
> Editorial Errors and Standard DeviationA social science proof of the universal validity of statistics Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.3 June 2013
> LanguageThe Failure of Modern Philosophy Babel I.2 April 1990
 
Student, Pee H. D.
> Prof Chesterman’s writing surmises... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
 
Styler, Will
> The C-Rhyme and Pun-ish-ment of St. Alvin Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> Speech is an Elaborate Cover for Widespread Telepathy Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> Top Tips For LinguistsPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Top Tips For LinguistsPart II Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
 
Succedaneum, Oniomania
> Linguacrostic Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Superordinate, I.R.
> The complications posed to the comprehension and utterance of the English language with the advent of the influence and infiltration of the invading non-adjective and non-adverbial alien invaders in simple sentences: a look at English speech post-millennium-bug. Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> The Phonetic Clarity Defect in the Drinker’s SpeechThe language of cocktails and shooters Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
> Preliminary Studies in the Lexicology of Imaginary Language Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
 
Suvarnabhumi, Kai Tak
> Writing a Fieldwork Dissertation Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
 
Swadesh, Morris, III
> After working all night on my thesis... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> After writing a long dissertation... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> All our theories succeed as they do... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> Castrén’s writings surpassed the prosaic... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> I love science: the facts! the statistics! Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> I’m told that language documentation... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> In preparing a talk for some linguists... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> In this paper I have solved longstanding issues... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> King Psammeticus showed us the way... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A linguist was driven to distraction... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
> A linguist who taught at our college... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> “Morphophoneme” has too many o’s... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
> “A New Mechanism For Contact-Induced Change: Evidence From Maritime Languages”by H.D. Onesimus Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Next Noam Chomsky to Be Selected Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.4 April 2014
> Review of Why Linguistic Theories Fail, by Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> The sad tale of an equine they tell... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
> Sometimes problematic data can’t be saved... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
> The Speculative Grammarian Survey of Grammar Readers Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
> The Speculative Grammarian Survey of Grammar WritersData and Analysis Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
> The Speculative Grammarian Survey of Grammar WritersPhonology Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.1 April 2013
> The Speculative Grammarian Survey of Grammar WritersThe Writing Process Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.3 June 2013
> Syntacticians in search of new data... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.4 April 2014
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> There once was a linguist emeritus... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> There once was a linguist from Mordor... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> There once was a linguist quite critical... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> There once was a linguist satirical... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> There once was a phonotactician... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
> There once was a phonotactician... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> There once was a syntax professor... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
> There once was an old corpus builder... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> There once were some vowels that were creaky... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> Typology... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
 
Swagman, Matilda
> Australians Reject “Drunk Strine” Claims Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
 
Swan-Sheeran, Molly
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
 
swerz Ê, Ëø Daerl stiic Uasŝăź
> Survey of Linguistic Evidence of Meta-Consciousness in Tier-19 Terran Primates Speculative Grammarian CLV.ζ January 2009
 
SYNT
> Santacticians Poem Speculative Grammarian CL.1 January 2005
 
Syntactic Ian
> Three linguists were left at the rapture... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
 
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