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  • Semantics is a refuge for those overcompensating for something.

    Faux Passing?

  • Trends in Spanish Semantics and Pragmatics, J. Gutiérrez-Rexach (ed.), Amsterdam: Elsevier, 119-27.

    Situations in Natural Language Semantics

  • STAMPS or System for TAgging Messages, Post-Inferential Semantics is an academic research project of the Ecole Polytechnique F √ ©d √ ©rale de Lausanne.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » STAMPS

  • General Semantics is a school of thought founded by Alfred Korzybski in about 1933 in response to his observations that most people had difficulty defining human and social discussions and problems and could almost never predictably resolve them into elements that were responsive to successful intervention or correction.

    » Institute of General Semantics moves heinleinblog

  • Pondering the fact that the use of thou implies nearness and that English speakers (with some exceptions, such as the Friends and speakers of some modern British dialects) have spurned it, I wonder with Zeno Vendler as he concludes his article on "Semantics"

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XIV No 1

  • Semantics, Gender, and ‘Cis’ [Speaker for the Diodes]

    linkspam: cis-, cissexism, cissexual « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • If there is no money, this may be a semantic, but in my somewhat ripped off lexicon, allow me to say: “Semantics matter.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Derivatives Clearinghouses and Exchanges

  • In 2003, a Santa Monica–based start-up called Applied Semantics posed a threat to Google in contextual advertising.

    In the Plex

  • Brin asked Elbaz to bring his team to Mountain View to discuss whether Google should work with Applied Semantics.

    In the Plex

  • And the $2 billion that Brin had brashly predicted to the Applied Semantics group would eventually produce $10 billion for Google—every year.

    In the Plex

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