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authoring language


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authoring language

authoring language

Wynne, Ellis (1671-1734), Welsh-language author

Haycraft, John Stacpoole (1926-1996), English language teacher and author

Morgan, Eluned (1870-1938), Welsh-language author

Alexander, Louis George (1932-2002), language teacher and author

Florio, John (1553-1625), author and teacher of languages

Gergana Vitanova: Authoring the Dialogic Self: Gender, Agency and Language Practices.

DEUTSCHER, Isaac (1907 - 1967), Author and Lecturer; also Broadcaster and Televiser in various languages

CRONE, Anne (1915 - 1972), author; Modern Languages Mistress, Princess Gardens School, Belfast, since 1948

MILOSZ, Czeslaw (1911 - 2004), poet, author; Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of California, Berkeley, 1961–78, then Emeritus

Discriminating the Registers and Styles in the Modern Greek Language-Part 2: Extending the Feature Vector to Optimize Author Discrimination

Language chunking, data sparseness, and the value of a long marker list: explorations with word n-grams and authorial attribution

ACHEBE, Chinua (1930 - 2013), author; Professor Emeritus, University of Nigeria, since 1984; Charles P. Stevenson Professor of Languages and Literature, Bard College, Annandale, 1990–2009; David and Marianna Fisher University Professor and Professor of Africana Studies, Brown University, since 2009

CRYSTAL, David (born 1941), author, lecturer, broadcaster on language and linguistics, and reference books editor; Hon. Professorial Fellow, Bangor University (formerly University College of North Wales, then University of Wales, Bangor), since 1985

McARTHUR, Thomas Burns (born 1938), English teacher, since 1959; feature writer, since 1962; lecturer and writer on yoga and Indian philosophy, since 1962; author and language consultant, since 1970; Editor, English Today, 1984–2007

BARBÉ, Louis A. (1845 - 1926), B-ès-L Univ. Gall; Officier d’Académie; Professor of Modern Languages (retired) and author; on the editorial staff of Blackie & Son; reviewer on the Glasgow Herald since 1887

In which are the author's conclusion and defense of these histories to those who may see these materials, making known that in Spain among some Latinists and authoritative persons it was said that the historian of such new and strange studies ought to have written them in the Latin language; and later there was controversy among the aforesaid—some faulting him, others supporting him; and, of course, there was someone to write to him in the Indies concerning the deliberation pro and con in Spain; to which the author responded with a letter which here, reader, you may judge for yourself, providing that impartially, humanely, and calmly you weigh his response in the balance of justice, giving it due reason and truth to better consider, ponder, and decide the correct verdict; note what he says.

 

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A high-level language used for creating CAL (computer-assisted learning) and other educational and training software packages.

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