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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 20, Number 1, March 2001

Stress and duration in three varieties of English
pp. 1-27(27)
Authors: Peng, Long; Ann, Jean

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Age-grading in the Anglophone Creole of Tobago
pp. 29-46(18)
Author: YousseF, Valerie

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English as economic value: facts and fallacies
pp. 65-78(14)
Author: Grin, François

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The use of ever in Singaporean English
pp. 79-87(9)
Authors: Ho, Mian Lian; Wong, Irene F. H.

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The semantics of ‘okay’ (OK) in Nigerian English
pp. 89-98(10)
Authors: Adegbija, Efurosibina; Bello, Janet

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Transcending the nativeness paradigm
pp. 99-106(8)
Authors: Brutt-Griffler, Janina; Samimy, Keiko K.

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Reviews
pp. 107-112(6)

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Exchange: Disinformation on English in Hungary
pp. 113-116(4)
Author: Kontra, Miklós

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Exchange: Truth, Heat and Light
pp. 113-116(4)
Authors: Petzold, Ruth; Berns, Margie

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Professional Notes
pp. 117-118(2)

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