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Bestsellers of 2014

At Panini Press, we are Still Committed to the life and career of the Working Linguistbut All Work and No Play makes Jack a Dull Vowel. For your Amusement and Edification, we collect here the Bestselling Fiction and Non-Fiction Books of 2014, from Panini Press. All are now available at Fine Book Retailers world-wide.❦पा

  • Greek Sublime: The Beauty Of Rho, The Rho Of Beauty, by Vibrate Chandra

  • Unbroken: A World War II Story of Stressed Vowels, Resonance, and Reduction, by Laura Hyphenbrand

  • Capitalization in the Twenty-First Century: why txting is killng writng, by Thomas Pictography

  • Killing Patterns: The Strange Death of World War II’s Most Audacious Generalizations, by Bill O’Rhetorically

  • The Fault in Our *s, by John Grapheme

  • All the Light Verbs We Cannot Hear, by Anthony Do-Insertion

  • What She Left Behind t, by Ellen Marie Riseman

  • Everything That Linguists Have Always Wanted to Know about Logic... That I Never Told You, by Celeste Ŋ (with James D. McCawley)


Plagiarism Uncovered in SpecGram PagesThe Linguistic Inquirer
From the Island of Bad InfographicsEnglish Parts of SpeechMizero Caquícona
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