linguistics

[ ling-gwis-tiks ]SEE DEFINITION OF linguistics
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All such efforts are inconsistent with correct methods in linguistics.

Had not a "universal religion" better let linguistics alone?

A further proof of the antiquity of the migrations is afforded by linguistics.

Its scope was not restricted to the study of meteors, for it accepted papers on ethnology, linguistics, etc.

The labors of the two brothers, too numerous to cite here, concerned also ethnography and linguistics.

No wonder that in this context programs in linguistics and philology languish or disappear from the curriculum.

Or perhaps their linguistics will make ours vulgar and primitive by comparison.

“Phonetic laws” make up a large and fundamental share of the subject-matter of linguistics.

It becomes the end with linguistics the means, and this is the true relation between them.

Our needs lie in the direction of the natural sciences rather than in the direction of history and linguistics.

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