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Language now makes available two electronic indices to its contents, both of which are given below. Each one offers, for a different time period, an alphabetical listing of all titles and authors of articles, notes, reviews, and books reviewed to be found in the pages of the journal.
22 December: Rochester Professor to Serve as Editor of Prestigious International Journal22 December: NSF Leader to Serve as Vice President of Linguistic Society22 December: 
Drafted by Committee on Social and Political Concerns 9 January 1998: Approved by members attending the 72nd Annual Business Meeting, Grand Hyatt, New York, NY 1 July 1998: Adopted by LSA membership in a mail ballot Whereas the Linguistic Society of America has already expressed its opposition to the restrictive nature of the 'English Only' movement; and
Adopted by LSA members in an online ballot, April 4, 2011. Whereas the Linguistic Society of America is the world's largest scholarly society devoted to the development of the science of linguistics and the study of the world's languages, and so is committed to the preservation of linguistic diversity; and

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