95 Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics Series PJ6074 This volume is comprised of fifteen papers representing the latest in research and thought on Arabic language and linguistics compiled by Bassiouney (Arabic linguistics, Georgetown U.
What does LAL stand for?
LAL stands for Language and Linguistics (course)
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We have 93 other meanings of LAL in our Acronym Attic
- Limits of All Known Ice
- Laporan Akuntabilitas Kinerja Instansi Pemerintah (Indonesian: Report on Accountability and Performance of Government Institutions)
- Local AEHF(Advanced Extremely High Frequency) Key Management Station (US DoD Satellite Communications)
- Landelijk Actie Komitee Scholieren
- Lucas Alexander Karl Scheybal (Australian watch maker)
- Laboratoire de l'Accélérateur Linéaire (French Research Institute)
- Labrador Airways Canada (ICAO code)
- Land Administration Law (China)
- Land Attack Lab
- Language and Leisure
- Language Arts Literacy (public schools; New Jersey)
- Langues et Apprentissage des Langues (French: Languages and Language Learning)
- Latitude and Longitude
- Laugh A Little
- Laughing A Little
- Laughing A Lot
- Law Abiding Life
- Law Access Loan (student financial aid)
- Lead Angle Logic (US Air Force)
- Learning about Action Learning
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A native of the Scottish Borders and Scots speaker, Professor McMahon gained an MA in English Language and Linguistics followed by a PhD in English Language at Edinburgh University.
Posts: Lecturer in English, Indiana University (Bloomington), 1964-5 Assistant professor of English, Indiana University, 1965-6 Associate professor of English, Indiana University, 1967-9 (tenured 1968) Visiting lecturer in English language, University of Edinburgh, 1969-70 Associate professor of English language and linguistics, Indiana University, 1970-1 Associate professor of linguistics, Indiana University, 1971-3 Lecturer in linguistics, University of Edinburgh, 1973-8 Reader in linguistics, University of Edinburgh, 1978-82 Professor of linguistics, University of Cape Town, 1983 Head of Department of Linguistics, University of Cape Town, 1983-95.