Reference Guide for the British National Corpus (World Edition

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edited by Lou Burnard October 2000

Contents
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Introduction Design of the corpus Design of the written component Design of the spoken component Basic structure Written texts Spoken texts The header Compatibility issues Miscellaneous code tables Software for the BNC List of works excerpted 1 3 5 12 16 23 32 36 53 58 74 ??

1. Introduction
This manual contains a description of the design principles underlying the British National Corpus (BNC), and detailed information about the way in which it is encoded, in particular, a definition of the SGML document type declaration (DTD) used. A list giving brief bibliographic details for each text making up the corpus is also included. This edition of the manual is a revised version of the document released with version 1.0 of the corpus, as distributed in May 1995. It describes the BNC World Edition, released in October 2000. Further information about the BNC is also available from its World Wide Web server at http://www.hcu.ox.ac.uk/BNC The material presented in this manual derives from a number of BNC Project internal documents, with original contributions from all the participants in the project. Factual errors, chiefly relating to the composition of the corpus, have been corrected and the description of the encoding scheme has been modified in line with the changes introduced in this version. In other respects, this version of the documentation has been unchanged from the first release of the corpus. A brief list of the revisions made to the corpus encoding is given in section 9 (Compatibility issues).

1.1. Acknowledgments
The BNC was created by an academic-industrial consortium whose original members were: • Oxford University Press • Longman Group Ltd • Chambers Harrap • Oxford University Computing Services • Unit for Computer Research on the English Language (Lancaster University) • British Library Research and Development Department Creation of the corpus was funded by the UK Department of Trade and Industry and the Science and Engineering Research Council under grant number IED4/1/2184 (1991-1994), within the DTI/SERC Joint Framework for Information Technology. Additional funding was provided by the British Library and the British Academy. Management of the project was co-ordinated by an executive committee whose members were as follows: OUP Tim Benbow; Simon Murison-Bowie Longman Della Summers; Rob Francis

2 Chambers Harrap John Clement OUCS Lou Burnard UCREL Geoffrey Leech British Library Terry Cannon DTI observers Gerry Gavigan; Donald Bell

1.1. Acknowledgments

An Advisory Council supervised the running of the project 1991-1994. Members of this Council were: • • • • • • • • Dr Michael Brady Christopher Butler Professor David Crystal Sir Antony Kenny (chair) Dr Nicholas Ostler Professor Sir Randolph Quirk Tim Rix Dr Henry Thompson

Many people within each member organization made major contributions to the success of the project. It is a pleasure to acknowledge their hard work and dedication here. OUP Lyndsay Brown; Jeremy Clear (project manager 1991-2); Caroline Davis; Ginny Frewer; Frank Keenan; Tom McLean; Anita Sabin; Ray Woodall (project manager 1992-4) Longman Steve Crowdy (project manager); Denise Denney; Duncan Pettigrew Chambers Harrap Robert Allen; Ilona Morison OUCS Glynis Baguley; Gavin Burnage; Tony Dodd; Dominic Dunlop (project manager 1992-4) UCREL Tom Barney; Michael Bryant (project manager 1991-3); Elizabeth Eyes; Jean Forrest; Roger Garside; Mary Hodges; Mary Kinane; Nicholas Smith; Xungfeng Xu. The project also benefited greatly from the advice and support of many external consultants. Listing all those who have influenced our thinking and to whom we are indebted would be very difficult, but chief amongst them we would like to thank: • • • • • • • • • • • • Sue Atkins Clive Bradley Ann Brumfitt Charles Clark James Clark Bruce Heywood Mark Lefanu Michael Rundle Richard Sharman Michael Sperberg-McQueen Anna-Brita Stenström Russell Sweeney

2.2. General definitions

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After the completion of the first edition of the BNC, a phase of tagging improvement was undertaken at Lancaster University with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (Research Grant No. GR/F 99847). This tagging enhancement project was led by Geoffrey Leech, Roger Garside and Tony McEnery. The main objective was to correct as many tagging errors as possible, using an enhanced version of Claws4. In addition, a new tool was developed (the Template Tagger) for ‘patching’ the corpus in such a way as to eliminate further sets of errors by rule. This tool was developed by Michael Pacey, building on a prototype written by Steven Fligelstone. The research team working on tagging improvement was Nicholas Smith (lead researcher), Martin Wynne and Paul Baker. Correction and validation of the bibliographic and contextual information in all the BNC Headers was carried out at OUCS by Lou Burnard, with assistance at various stages from Andrew Hardie and Paul Groves, who helped check demographic details for all spoken texts, and in particular from David Lee, who checked bibliographic and classification information for the bulk of the written texts. Thanks are also due to the many users of the original version of the BNC who took the time to notify us of errors they found. Thanks are also due to Sebastian Rahtz for his help in the production of this manual.

2. Design of the corpus
This section discusses some of the basic design issues underlying the creation of the BNC. It summarizes the kinds of uses for which the corpus is intended, and the principles upon which it was created. Some summary information about the composition of the corpus is also included.

2.1. Purpose
The uses originally envisaged for the British National Corpus were set out in a working document called Planned Uses of the British National Corpus BNCW02 (11 April 91). This document identified the following as likely application areas for the corpus: • reference book publishing • academic linguistic research • language teaching • artificial intelligence • natural language processing • speech processing • information retrieval The same document identified the following categories of linguistic information derivable from the corpus: • • • • • lexical semantic/pragmatic syntactic morphological graphological/written form/orthographical

2.2. General definitions
The British National Corpus is: • a sample corpus: composed of text samples generally no longer than 45,000 words. • a synchronic corpus: the corpus includes imaginative texts from 1960, informative texts from 1975.

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2.3. Composition a general corpus: not specifically restricted to any particular subject field, register or genre. a monolingual British English corpus: it comprises text samples which are substantially the product of speakers of British English. a mixed corpus: it contains examples of both spoken and written language.

2.3. Composition
There is a broad consensus among the participants in the project and among corpus linguists that a general-purpose corpus of the English language would ideally contain a high proportion of spoken language in relation to written texts. However, it is significantly more expensive to record and transcribe natural speech than to acquire written text in computer-readable form. Consequently the spoken component of the BNC constitutes approximately 10 per cent (10 million words) of the total and the written component 90 per cent (90 million words). These were agreed to be realistic targets, given the constraints of time and budget, yet large enough to yield valuable empirical statistical data about spoken English. In the BNC sampler, a two per cent sample taken from the whole of the BNC, spoken and written language are present in approximately equal proportions, but other criteria are not equally balanced. From the start, a decision was taken to select material for inclusion in the corpus according to an overt methodology, with specific target quantities of clearly defined types of language. This approach makes it possible for other researchers and corpus compilers to review, emulate or adapt concrete design goals. This section outlines these design considerations, and reports on the final make-up of the BNC. This and the other tables in this section show the actual make-up of the second version of the British National Corpus (the BNC World Edition) in terms of • texts : number of distinct samples not exceeding 45,000 words • S-units: number of <s> elements identified by the CLAWS system (more or less equivalent to sentences) • W-units: number of <w> elements identified by the CLAWS system (more or less equivalent to words) For further explanation of <s> and <w> elements, see section 5.4 (Segments and words). The BNC World Edition contains 4054 texts and occupies (including SGML markup) 1,508,392 Kbytes, or about 1.5 Gb. In total, it comprises just over 100 million orthographic words (specifically, 100,467,090), but the number of w-units (POS-tagged items) is slightly less: 97,619,934. The total number of s-units identified by CLAWS is just over 6 million (6,053,093). Counts for these and all the other elements tagged in the corpus are provided below in 10.1 (Elements defined by the BNC DTD) In the following tables both an absolute count and a percentage are given for all the counts. The percentage is calculated with reference to the relevant portion of the corpus, for example, in the table for "written text domain", with reference to the total number of written texts. These reference totals are given in the first table below. Table 1. Composition of the BNC World Edition Text type Spoken demographic Spoken context-governed All Spoken Written books and periodicals Texts 153 757 910 2688 Kbytes W-units 4206058 4.30 6135671 6.28 10341729 10.58 78580018 80.49 S-units 610563 428558 1039121 4403803 percent 10.08 7.07 17.78 72.75

09 82.1.85 1.78 4. Sampling basis: production and reception While it is sometimes useful to distinguish in theory between language which is received (read and heard) and that which is produced (written and spoken).1. for the most part.21 91. Such works were certainly candidates for inclusion in the corpus. though most (75 per cent ) of the latter were published no earlier than 1975. is not representative of the totality of written language that is produced.98 8. the date was that of the recording. A list of books in print provides somewhat more information about reception as time will weed out the books that nobody bought (or read): such a list will contain a higher proportion of books that have continued to find a readership.10 2. etc. imaginative ones from 1960. received. Design of the written component 3. magazines. reflecting their longer “shelf-life”. however. in the case of imaginative works. There was no single source of information about published material that could provide a satisfactory basis for a sampling frame. and is also easier to obtain in useful quantities. the date used for classification was the date of production of the material actually transcribed. but the statistics of book-buying are such that very few texts achieve high sales while a vast number sell only a few or in modest numbers. Text that is published in the form of books. Sampling basis: production and reception Written-to-be-spoken Written miscellaneous All Written 35 421 3144 1324480 7373707 87278205 1. their range would have . Date of production Creation date Unknown Before 1974 1974 to 1983 1984 to 1994 texts 162 47 156 3689 w-units 1814051 1741624 4621950 89442309 % 1.55 89.62 s-units 127132 121323 255057 5549581 % 2.73 91. some sources being more significant than others.35 7.68 Spoken and written components of the corpus are discussed separately in the next two sections. They are principally statistics about books and periodicals that are published. For written texts. 3. The books that have the widest reception are presumably those that figure in bestseller lists. Catalogues of books published per annum tell us something about production but little about reception as many books are published but hardly read.39 120153 490016 5013972 1. and thus forms the greater part of the written component of the corpus.3. bought or borrowed. particularly. For spoken texts. the date of first publication was used. particularly prize winners of competitions such as the Booker or Whitbread. Informative texts were selected only from 1975 onwards. as writing for publication is a comparatively specialized activity in which few people engage. it is much more representative of written language that is received.00 4. Table 2. If texts had been selected in strict arithmetical proportion to their sales. However. it was agreed that the selection of samples for a general-purpose corpus must take account of both perspectives. but a combination of various sources furnished useful information about the totality of written text produced and..82 5 All texts are also classified according to their date of production.

unpublished.000 words. for example.2. a target sample size of 40. but perhaps more informative about language reception. It is much more difficult to obtain data concerning the production or reception of unpublished writing. as a few titles dominate the market with a very high circulation. Text samples normally consist of a continuous stretch of discourse from within the whole. titles were to be taken from a variety of media. 3. To concentrate too exclusively on these would reduce the range of text types in the corpus and make contrastive analysis difficult. informative. Intuitive estimates were therefore made in order to establish some guidelines for text sampling in the latter area. Half of the books in the “Books and Periodicals” class were selected at random from Whitaker’s Books in Print 1992.2 (Selection features) below. time (within certain dates) and medium (book. 3. like lists of books in print.000 words was chosen. and the remaining 25 per cent from imaginative texts.2. a few texts longer than the target size were however included in their entirety.2. Available sources are concerned almost exclusively with published books and periodicals. These percentages are quite independent of each other: there was no attempt. in the following proportions: 60 per cent from books. 3. but texts selected by this method were classified according to these other features after selection.. For the most part. etc. show which books continue to be read. The first was so that the corpus could be regarded as a microcosm of current British English in its entirety. where a text from one particular subject domain was required. 10 per cent from miscellaneous sources (published. periodical.).1. periodicals. The purpose of these selection features was to ensure that the corpus contained a broad range of different language styles. where these are available. Periodical circulation figures have to be treated with the same caution as bestseller lists.2. unpublished etc.2. 30 per cent from periodicals. not just of particular types. Published written texts were selected partly at random from Whitaker’s Books in Print for 1992 and partly systematically. “Medium” into books. according to the selection features outlined in section 3. to make 25 per cent of the selected periodicals imaginative. also indicate which books enjoy a wide reception and. lists of current magazines and periodicals are similar to catalogues of published books. etc. it was appropriate to prefer a book which had achieved high sales to one which had not. The second was so that different types of text could be compared and contrasted with each other. Library lending statistics. This was to provide a control group to validate the categories used in the other method of selection: the random selection disregarded Domain and Time. Seventy-five per cent of the samples were to be drawn from informative texts. the end of a section or chapter) was chosen as far as possible to begin and end the sample so that . for two reasons. Sample size and method For books. A convenient breakpoint (e. Similar observations hold for magazines and periodicals. Selection features Texts were chosen for inclusion according to three selection features: domain (subject field). texts which in their entirety were shorter than 40. a periodical that fails to find a readership will not continue to be published for long.g. No extract included in the corpus exceeds 45. Also.g. “Domain” into imaginative. Sample size and method been severely limited. Selection Procedure Each selection feature was divided into classes (e. However.2.000 words were further reduced by ten per cent for copyright reasons. as it may be that periodicals are bought and read by a wider cross-section of the community than books.) and target percentages were set for each class. and written to be spoken).6 3.

Samples were taken randomly from the beginning. Medium 7 high-level discourse units were not fragmented. though editorially shaped as a document. Domain Classification according to subject field seems hardly appropriate to texts which are fictional or which are generally perceived to be literary or creative.01 7. the work of non-UK authors was omitted. “Leisure” articles.3. and indicate the actual numbers of words in each category included. However. where a publication included essays or articles by a variety of authors of different nationalities. since a detailed taxonomy or feature classification of text medium could have led to such a proliferation of subcategories as to make it impossible for the BNC adequately to represent all of them.96 The evidence from catalogues of books and periodicals suggests that imaginative texts account for significantly less than 25 per cent of published output. for example as “Business” articles. these texts are all labelled imaginative and are not assigned to particular subject areas.31 18. the physical object in written form is composed of more than one text unit. based loosely upon the pattern of book publishing in the UK during the past 20 years or so. The labels we have adopted represent the highest levels of a fuller taxonomy of text medium. each with its specific authorship.12 6.17 3. All other texts are treated as informative and are assigned to one of the eight domains listed below. 3.62 s-units 357067 321442 151418 382717 1356458 760722 183466 700122 800560 % 7.47 3.63 27. (In a few cases.96 15. the overall distribution between informative and imaginative text samples is set to reflect the influential cultural role of literature and creative writing.4. correspondence.93 19. As far as possible. The BNC attempts to separate these discrete texts where appropriate and to classify them individually according to the selection and classification features.65 13.2. Table 3. middle or end of longer texts. Written domain Domain Applied science Arts Belief and thought Commerce and finance Imaginative Leisure Natural and pure science Social science World affairs texts 370 261 146 295 477 438 146 527 484 w-units 7104635 6520634 3007244 7257542 16377726 12187946 3784273 13906182 17132023 % 8. . Important examples are issues of a newspaper or magazine which.2. The labels used here are intended to be comprehensive in the sense that any text can be assigned with reasonable confidence to these macro categories.05 15.44 8.41 3.76 13. The target percentages for the eight informative domains were arrived at by consensus within the project. contain discrete texts. Only one sample was taken from any one text. as reflected in the categorized figures for new publications that appear annually in Whitaker’s Book list.14 7.) Some types of written material are composite in structure: that is. 3.4. etc.96 4. Medium This categorisation is broad. stylistic characteristics. The following subsections discuss each selection criterion. the individual stories in one issue of a newspaper were grouped according to domain. register and domain.2. Consequently.3.33 15. and unpublished reports. reference works and so on would seem to add further to the bulk of informative text which is produced and consumed.

Type of author Author type Unknown Corporate Multiple Sole texts 211 347 1323 1263 w-units 3750668 6497415 34284025 42746097 Table 6. we ensured that the corpus does contain texts intended for children as well as for adults. The following tables summarize the results for the first release of the corpus. be refined and subcorpora defined over the BNC for more specific dates. These features describe the sample texts.74 4.3. Author sex % 4. advertisements. Note that ‘author age’ means the author’s age at the time of creation of the work concerned. Author information % 57. reports. play scripts etc.75 29. took account of the relative balance of these features.44 39.17 50.16 32. Descriptive features Written texts may be further classified according to sets of descriptive features. 3. Thus although no relative proportions were defined for different target age groups (for example). Table 5.28 48. Note that many texts remain unclassified. The ‘written-to-be-spoken’ category includes scripted television material.1. and text selection.48 4. As a simple example. they did not determine their selection. Author sex was classified as “mixed” where more than one author of either sex was specified. the relative sizes of such subcorpora are undefined by the BNC design specification. for example from the dust-wrapper of a book.97 s-units 175027 471152 1813636 2554157 % 3.39 The ‘Miscellaneous published’ category includes brochures.3.01 1. leaflets. memos. However. the coverage of such information is very patchy. The ‘Miscellaneous unpublished’ category includes letters.3. essays. 3. Written medium Medium Book Periodical Published miscellanea Unpublished miscellanea To-be-spoken texts 1414 1208 238 249 35 w-units 49891770 28356005 4197450 3508500 1324480 3. This information is recorded to allow more delicate contrastive analysis of particular sets of texts. The authorship of a written text was characterized as ‘corporate’ where it was produced by an organization and no specific author was given.43 2. minutes.39 36.51 s-units 2895652 1487725 288004 222438 120153 % 57. the gross division into two time periods in the selection features can. These descriptive features were monitored during the course of the data gathering. in cases where a free choice of texts was available.94 .8 Table 4. Consequently. and “unknown” where it could not reliably be determined from the author’s name. Author information Information about authors of written texts was included only where it was readily available. of course.49 9. and as ‘multiple’ in cases where several authors were named.29 7.1. manuals.80 4.67 5.

19 5.46 0.26 0.20 5.02 2.74 s-units 81085 135583 4625633 171671 % 1.63 .25 3.02 33.06 0. Author age group Author age Unknown 0-14 15-24 25-34 35-44 45-59 60+ texts 2519 3 19 67 191 205 140 w-units 65457159 59071 537251 2286936 6660606 7157985 5119197 % 74.38 7.05 3.61 2.61 2.94 0.2. sex and ‘level’ (a subjective assessment of the text’s technicality or difficulty). Table 9.2.31 0.02 93.06 0.41 19. Target age group age group Child Teenager Adult Any texts 42 77 2915 110 w-units 895413 1769940 81345838 3267014 % 1. for that reason.99 0.08 s-units 3144578 1812550 25762 12469 15677 2936 % 62.3.14 0.18 8.24 0.90 Table 7. The last of these proved very difficult to assess and was very frequently confused with circulation size or audience size. Author domicile Author domicile Unknown UK and Ireland Commonwealth Continental Europe USA Elsewhere texts 2273 843 12 6 8 2 w-units 56750777 29570097 407076 232275 243177 74803 % 65.86 s-units 3707600 3447 29862 163079 410324 410717 288943 % 73.71 36.70 92. no figures for it are included here.63 8.88 0.59 3.49 s-units 1970482 1675236 972106 396148 % 39.51 0. Target audience 9 Author sex Unknown Male Female Mixed texts 1573 922 415 234 w-units 35825335 30434132 14480939 6537799 % 41.3. Target sex sex Unknown texts 707 w-units 20113523 % 23.04 s-units 1135038 % 22. Target audience Some attempt was made to characterize the kind of audience for which written texts were produced in terms of age.59 7.20 3.04 34.42 Table 10.29 33.62 7.27 0.25 8.87 16.3.76 Table 8.

Miscellaneous classification information Written texts were also characterized according to their place of publication and the type of sampling used Table 11.4.1.1. fall within the designated time limits. .64 4. 1992.10 Male Female Mixed 61 176 2200 2366396 6882659 57915627 2.4. extent. were recorded for the majority of texts. Half of the books having been selected by this method. as further described below (see 8 (The header)).76 7.71 7.01 4. contain sufficient pages of text to make its incorporation worthwhile.53 0.05 3. 3.40 23. The students noted the ISBN. publication details. the remaining half were selected systematically to make up the target percentages in each category.37 21.3.72 10.61 s-units 790465 383046 31825 230008 192379 3365045 21204 % 15.93 21.63 0.51 3.1.77 8. bestsellers were obvious candidates for selection.32 3.36 s-units 1994357 433833 1121658 1055383 253413 155328 % 39. Bestsellers Because of their wide reception.63 4.37 7. topic keywords etc.65 22.00 66. Books Roughly half the titles were randomly selected from available candidates identified in Whitaker’s Books in Print (BIP).83 67.04 5.58 3.42 Table 12. and cost less than a set price.09 In addition to the above. The lists used were those that appeared in the Bookseller at the end of the years 1987 to 1993 inclusive. The selection proceeded as follows.35 3.12 64. the final selection weeded out texts by non-UK authors.88 66.70 8.1. by students of Library and Information Studies at Leeds City University. Selection procedures employed 3.1. 3.11 0.3. author.16 0.4. Each text randomly chosen was accepted only if it fulfilled certain criteria: it had to be published by a British publisher. Bestsellers 136564 507713 3234657 2. consist mainly of written text. Sampling method Sample type Unknown Whole text Beginning sample Middle sample End sample Composite texts 1583 270 585 512 119 75 w-units 35240809 6463415 20890666 18344188 4271138 2067989 % 40.4. standard bibliographic details such as author. title and price of each book thus selected.89 2. title. Place of publication Region Unknown UK (unspecific) Ireland UK (North) UK (Midlands) UK (South) United States texts 690 264 37 192 93 1854 14 w-units 14583761 7124424 567046 3778114 2622554 58066891 535415 % 16.

Periodicals and magazines Periodicals. Obviously books that had already been selected by the random method were excluded. fact sheets.2.3. in both cases for the years 1987 to 1993.2. Parker. for a variety of reasons.4. These were selected to cover as wide a spectrum of interests and language as possible. Copyright permissions Before a selected text could be included. transcripts of more informal broadcast materials such as discussions or phone-ins are included in the spoken part of the corpus. A standard Permissions Request was drafted with considerable care.000 words from any one author was imposed. 3. and similar items.4. 3.4. entries under the term “Literature — Awards”.4. Copyright permissions 11 Some of the books in the lists were rejected. magazines and newspapers account for 30 per cent of the total text in the corpus. Literary prizes The criteria for inclusion were the same as for bestsellers.1. about 250 titles were issues of newspapers.1. The titles yielded by this search were mostly in the Imaginative category. 1989–. but some requests were refused. The distinction between “published” and “unpublished” is not an easy one. the British Council. London. or simply not answered even after prompting. or author). as were those by non-UK authors. The “written to be spoken” material includes scripted material. For 1990 onwards the sources used were: the last issue of the Bookseller for each year. The lists consist almost exclusively of imaginative literature. the former category largely contains publicity leaflets. A further selection was therefore made. intended to be read aloud such as television news broadcasts. and from Blackwells Paperback Shop. or as “Written to be spoken”.4. Newspapers were selected to represent as wide a geographic spread as possible: The Scotsman and the Belfast Telegraph are both represented. brochures.4. and The Times Index. The Guardian Index. Additional texts As collection proceeded. 3. The prize winners. a limit of 120. 1989-. permissions had to be obtained from the copyright owner (publisher. Library loans The source of statistics in this category was the record of loans under Public Lending Right. “Miscellaneous Unpublished”. Other bestseller lists were obtained from The Guardian. Prizewinning literature: UK literary award winners. 1989. monitoring disclosed potential shortfalls in certain domains. together with runners-up and shortlisted titles.) 3. In addition. 3. Literary prizes are in the main awarded to works that fall into the Imaginative category. Other media In addition to samples from books. Of these. and books belonging to a domain or category whose quota had already been reached were not selected. unpublished creative writing or letters. the written part of the corpus contains about seven million words classified as “Miscellaneous Published”. but there are some Informative ones also. .3. (Short Loan collections typically contain books required for academic courses. agent. and internal company memoranda.4.4. entries under the term “Literature”. while the latter has a substantial proportion of school and university essays. for example. and magazines. which are consequently in heavy demand. periodicals. principally Anne Strachan. the Registrar. so that the texts concerned had to be excluded or replaced.3. 3.4. and many titles found there also appear in the lists of bestsellers and prize winners. based on the “Short Loan” collections of seven University libraries.1. The information comprised lists of the hundred most issued books and the hundred most issued children’s books. were taken from several sources.4. kindly provided by Dr J.

As with the written part of the corpus. to recruit equal numbers of men and women. covering a wide range of speech variation. The sampling frame was defined in terms of the language production of the population of British English speakers in the United Kingdom. Consequently. gender.12 4.1. and recording their language output over a set period of time. With spoken language there are no obvious objective measures that can be used to define the target population or construct a sampling frame. Established random location sampling procedures were used to select individual members of the population by personal interview from across the country taking into account age. Additional recordings were gathered for the BNC as part of the University of Bergen COLT Teenager Language Project. this is termed the context-governed part of the corpus. however. 4. and equal numbers from each of four social classes. Recruits were of both sexes and from all age groups and social classes. 4. legal proceedings. as far as possible.1. The importance of conversational dialogue to linguistic study is unquestionable: it is the dominant component of general language both in terms of language reception and language production. and social group. The demographically sampled part of the corpus The approach adopted uses demographic parameters to sample the population of British English speakers in the United Kingdom. The intention was. The method of transcription was also an important issue. one well known to sociological researchers. that many types of spoken text are produced only rarely in comparison with the total output of all “speech producers”: for example. social group. but the practical difficulties of transcribing sufficiently large quantities of text have prevented the construction of a spoken corpus of over one million words. broadcast interviews. the most important considerations in constructing the spoken part were sampling and representativeness. We recognised. but selected only respondents aged 16 or below. Selected individuals used a portable tape recorder to record their own speech and the speech of people they conversed with over a period of up to a week. gender. Sampling procedure 4. The issues of corpus sampling and representativeness have been discussed at great length by many corpus linguists. A comprehensive list of text types can be drawn up but there is no accurate way of estimating the relative proportions of each text type other than by a priori linguistically motivated analysis. equal numbers from each of the six age groups. and region. Design of the spoken component Lexicographers and linguists have long hoped for corpus evidence about spoken language. The British National Corpus project undertook to produce five to ten million words of orthographically transcribed speech. Representativeness was achieved by sampling a spread of language producers in terms of age. A large proportion of the spoken part of the corpus — over four million words — comprises spontaneous conversational English. Sampling procedure 124 adults (aged 15+) were recruited from across the United Kingdom.1. An alternative approach. the demographic component of the corpus was complemented with a separate text typology intended to cover the full range of linguistic variation found in spoken language. lectures. A corpus constituted solely on the demographic model would thus omit important spoken text types. is demographic sampling.1. and other texts produced in situations where — broadly speaking — there are few producers and many receivers. .1. This project used the same recording methods and transcription scheme as the BNC. and this was broadly the approach adopted for approximately half of the spoken part of the corpus. In this way a unique record of the language people use in everyday conversation was constructed.

2.72 15.1. time and setting.38 41. Similarly.39 40.04 19.88 32. Table 13. Recording procedure 13 The tables below give figures for the amount of transcribed material collected by each respondent. The guarantee of confidentiality and complete anonymity (all references to full names and addresses have been removed from the . A conversation log allowed recruits to enter details of every conversation recorded.74 23. Although an initial unnaturalness on the part of the recruit was not uncommon this soon seemed to disappear.30 15. and sex.14 58. The number of days varied depending on how many conversations each recruit was involved in and was prepared to record. and recruits were asked to record on the day after placement and on any other day or days of the week.2. spontaneous speech.08 25.69 14.96 22. and that the limiting factor was usually the number of conversations a person had per day. so that the material gathered approximated closely to natural.16 19.47 s-units 2407 248247 359909 % 0. and included date. In this way a broad spread of days of the week including weekdays and weekends was achieved.4.17 Table 14.94 20.41 26. The placement day was varied.25 Table 15.76 15.71 20.65 58. classified by their age.1. the same initial period of unease sometimes occurred. Age group of demographic respondent Age group 0-14 15-24 25-34 35-44 45-59 60+ texts 26 36 29 22 20 20 w-units 265382 660847 848162 839622 957382 634663 % 6.74 22. and brief details of other participants. for example at a family gathering where everyone is aware they are being recorded.91 s-units 5339 197804 169384 144877 93159 % 0.39 27.72 16. class. but in our experience again vanished quickly. where non-intrusive recording was not possible. Recording procedure All conversations were recorded as unobtrusively as possible. Sex of demographic respondent Sex Unknown Male Female texts 5 73 75 w-units 16151 1730592 2459315 % 0. In many cases the only person aware that the conversation was being taped was the person carrying the recorder. Results indicated that most people recorded nearly all of their conversations.94 Recruits who agreed to take part in the project were asked to record all of their conversations over a two to seven day period.87 32. Social class of demographic respondent Social class Unknown AB C1 C2 DE texts 7 59 36 31 20 w-units 37363 1363571 1097023 1080654 627447 % 0. 4.36 14.08 s-units 41035 97994 121750 126688 136540 86556 % 6.

given that we were not attempting to represent the complete range of age and social groups within each region we considered a sample size between 100 and 130 would be adequate. A complementary approach was developed to create what is termed the context-governed part of the corpus. and topic. This range was not fixed. some compromise between what was theoretically desirable and what was feasible within the constraints of the BNC project had to be made. taking into account such features as region. As in other spoken corpora. level.1.2.14 4. As with any sampling method. Sample size The number of people recruited may seem small in comparison to some demographic studies of the population of the United Kingdom. Whenever possible this happened after the conversation had taken place. If any participant was unhappy about being recorded the recording was erased. For each conversational exchange the person carrying the recorder told all participants they had been recorded and explained why. 4.1.4. public/institutional. Other features. . gender of speakers. such as purpose. business. Within each subcategory a range of text types was defined. Each monologue subcategory therefore totals 10 per cent of the context-governed part of the corpus. Piloting the demographic sampling approach Because this approach to spoken corpus sampling had to our knowledge never previously been attempted a detailed piloting project was carried out to investigate: • the likelihood that enough material would be obtained from a sample of around 100 people • any problems that might be encountered during the recruitment and collection stages • any problems or difficulties experienced by recruits during taping or with logging details of conversations and participants • any areas where the documentation designed for the project could be improved • whether the recording quality under a wide range of conditions would be good enough for accurate transcription • whether the predicted throughput rates for tape editing. During the project around 700 hours of recordings were gathered. 4. The results of the pilot generally confirmed predictions and allowed some procedures to be refined for the full project. It is also important to stress that the total number of participants in all conversations was well in excess of a thousand.2. Each is divided into the subcategories monologue (40 per cent) and dialogue (60 per cent). and the design was flexible enough to allow the inclusion of additional text types.3. The sampling methodology was different for each text type but the overall aim was to achieve a balanced selection within each. There is no doubt that recruiting 1000 people would have given greater statistical validity but the practical difficulties and cost implications of recruiting 1000 people and transcribing 50–100 million words of speech made this impossible. The context-governed part of the corpus As mentioned above. transcription and checking were accurate. 4. At the top layer of the typology is a division into four equal-sized contextually based categories: educational. and leisure. and each dialogue subcategory 15 per cent. The context-governed part of the corpus corpus and the log). the spoken texts in the demographic part of the corpus consists mainly of conversational English. the range of text types was selected according to a priori linguistically motivated categories. were applied on the basis of post hoc judgements. and the fact that there was an intermediary between those being recorded and those listening to the recordings certainly helped.

commentators. covering parish.2. varying the topic. plus national issues at different levels. Leisure: Speeches Regionally sampled. . sampling a variety of sports.1.4. Club meetings Regionally sampled. legal. and county councils. House of Commons and House of Lords. Different sampling strategies were required for each text type. business and professional consultations. Parliamentary proceedings Sampling of main sessions and committees. 4. and local Magistrates and similar courts were sampled. Classroom interaction Schools were regionally sampled and the level (generally based on student age) and topic were varied. covering a variety of occasions and speakers. Public/ or institutional: Political speeches Regional sampling of local politics. but both national and regional broadcasting companies were sampled. area of activity. News commentaries Regional sampling was not applied.1.2. and gender of commentator was varied. district. and TV/radio channels. Trade union talks Talks to union members. a variety of text types were sampled within three geographic regions. and gender of speakers. Sports commentaries Exclusively broadcast. Sales demonstrations A range of topics was included.1. Home tutorials were also included. such as parliamentary proceedings. A range of lectures and talks was recorded.2. town. areas of activity.2. and speaker gender. plus speeches in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords.4.1. Legal proceedings Royal Courts of Justice.2. some text types.3.1. level. The topic. and most broadcast categories. and these are outlined below. covering a wide range of clubs. Talks to clubs Regionally sampled. and so on. educational demonstrations Within each sampling area a university (or college of further education) and a school were selected.4.1. level. branch meetings and annual conferences were all sampled. covering a range of topics and speakers. apply to the country as a whole and were not regionally sampled. 4. Consultations These included medical. However.2. Sermons Different denominations were sampled. All categories under this heading were regionally sampled. Business: Company talks and interviews Sampling took into account company size. Religious meetings Includes church meetings. Sampling procedure 15 For the most part. talks. 4. Public/government talks Regional sampling of local inquiries and meetings. Broadcast chat shows and phone-ins Only those that include a significant amount of unscripted speech were selected from both television and radio.2.1. Council meetings Regionally sampled. Business meetings Companies were selected according to size. Educational and informative: Lectures. and purpose of meeting. 4. Leisure: 4. group discussions.

the extensible markup language currently proposed by the World Wide Web Consortium for general use on the World Wide Web. their attributes. For the context-governed part of the corpus an upper limit of 10.16 4. Sample size 5. the following classifications are applicable to both demographic and contextgoverned spoken texts: Table 17.61 20.2.26 84. a method of specifying an application-independent document grammar.74 s-units 27706 458253 240320 312842 % 2. The following contexts are distinguished: Table 16. A brief summary of the encoding format used in the BNC to represent SGML constructs is given in section 5.153.000 words). Interaction type for spoken text Interaction type Monologue Dialogue texts 212 698 w-units 1578614 8763115 % 15.3. Region where spoken text captured Region Unknown South Midlands North texts 35 312 213 350 w-units 446584 4658232 2471184 2765729 % 4. and each dialogue text type up to 300.000 words of text. Basic structure The mark-up scheme chosen for the British National Corpus is an application of ISO 8879. although a few texts are slightly above this.1 (Markup conventions) below. It is also a superset of the language XML.89 26.671 words) make up the context-governed part of the corpus.04 23.66 44. news commentaries may be only a few minutes long (several hundred words). and the ways in which they may legally be combined. This international standard provides. Basic structure Each monologue text type contains up to 200. The length of text units within each text type vary — for example. the Standard Generalized Mark-Up Language.2.43 In addition.10 23.000 words per text unit was generally imposed.2. Composition of the spoken component A total of 757 texts (6.82 25. in terms of the elements which may appear in a document.12 30.97 25. lectures are typically up to one hour (10. 4.44 s-units 119252 108101 96504 104701 % 27.73 s-units 94272 944849 % 9. .000 words.000 words+).31 45. more detailed information about SGML and XML is readily available in many places.95 26. and some business meetings and parliamentary proceedings may last for several hours (20. Context in which spoken text was captured Context Educational/Informative Business Public/Institutional Leisure texts 169 131 262 195 w-units 1633303 1285938 1655263 1561167 % 26.22 22.92 5.51 24.07 90.10 Table 18. amongst other things.

A conscious attempt was made to conform to TEI recommendations. if present. A consistent style has been adopted throughout the corpus. and an end-tag marking its end. For example. for generic identifier). . notably to represent the part of speech codes allocated to particular words by the CLAWS tagging scheme. and a subheading with a start tag <head type="sub">.1 (Elements defined by the BNC DTD). and take the form of an attribute name. Section 5 (Basic structure) describes the basic structure of the British National Corpus. Attribute values are used for a variety of purposes. in which all elements are delimited by the use of tags. More information about the relationship between the BNC’s markup and both its original CDIF format and the TEI standard are given in section 9 (Compatibility issues). It should be noted that by no means all of the features described here will be present in every text of the corpus. the tagging scheme has been changed to conform as far as possible with the published Recommendations of the TEI. an equal sign and the attribute value. In XML (but not always in SGML).1. Markup conventions 17 The original BNC encoding format was strongly influenced by the proposals of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI). will they necessarily be tagged. For example. Section 8 (The header) describes the structure of the <teiHeader> element attached to each component of the corpus. Attributes applicable to element instances. but in the first version of the BNC there were a number of differences in tag names. An initial report appeared in 1991. Markup conventions The BNC texts use the “reference concrete syntax” of SGML. 5. if present. a start-tag. preceded by a solidus (/) in the case of an end-tag. in which case the first letter of the second and any subsequent word is capitalized. nor. and a substantially revised and expanded version in early 1994. In the present edition of the BNC. in terms of the SGML elements distinguished and the tags used to mark them up. Tags are delimited by the characters < and >. and section 7 (Spoken texts) those peculiar to spoken texts. a string literal or a quoted literal. where these had already been formulated. a heading or title in a written text will be preceded by a tag of the form <head> and followed by a tag in the form </head>. are also indicated within the start-tag. unless they are derived from more than one word. a distinction is made between those elements which are marked up in all texts and those which (for technical or financial reasons) are not always so distinguished.1. and contain the name of the element (its gi. Everything between these two tags is regarded as the content of an element of type <head>. which may be a number. case is significant in all tag or attribute names. the <head> element may take an attribute type which categorizes it in some way. and also to the whole corpus itself. A main heading will thus appear with a start tag <head type="main">. elements used here have the same meaning as those of the published TEI scheme. This international research project resulted in the development of a set of comprehensive guidelines for the encoding and interchange of a wide range of electronic texts amongst researchers. This style uses lower-case letters for identifiers.5. There are two forms of tag. In each case. Sections 6 (Written texts) and 7 (Spoken texts) informally describe the elements specific to written and to spoken texts respectively. and hence appear in some texts only. A list of elements actually used in the whole corpus is given below in 10. Unless otherwise stated. marking the beginning of an element. and models. Section 6 (Written texts) describes the elements which are peculiar to written texts.

18 5. unique within the corpus n any name or identifier for an element. not necessarily unique within the corpus rend the rendition or appearance of an element.. but for convenience their use is also summarized here: id system-generated identifier of an item. For these three elements only. and so forth. In SGML terms. which are discussed at the appropriate place below. the upperand lower-case alphabetics. tagged <bnc>. For all other non-empty elements. and all empty elements. The French word “été” (summer).e.) where this is necessary to resolve ambiguity. tags are never broken across linebreaks. some spoken and some written. This element contains a single <teiHeader> element. digits. . <w> and <c> (i. end-tags are routinely omitted. the headers are marked up using XML: this means that empty-tags take a slightly different form and that attribute values are always quoted. Each such sample has some associated descriptive or bibliographic information particular to it. or abbreviatory conventions. See section 5. and punctuation). and a subset of the common punctuation marks. 5. Finally. In the present release of the corpus. The components of the header are fully documented in section 8 (The header).. 5. Global attributes Three global attributes are defined. <w> and <c>. The mnemonics used are taken from standard entity sets.2. which take the form of an ampersand (&) followed by a mnemonic for the character. words. the character é by the string &eacute. so as to simplify processing of the text. In practice their use is limited to certain specific functions. Only two such are used: end-tag omission and attribute-name omission. Corpus and text elements SGML (but not XML) permits various kinds of minimization.t&eacute. Corpus and text elements The British National Corpus contains a large number of text samples. For example. the pound sign is represented by the string &pound. for sentences. if it appeared in the corpus. although this is not mandated by either XML or SGML. and terminated by a semicolon (. or attribute name="value" (in the headers). attribute values are given without any associated attribute name. and any attributes specified are supplied in the form attribute name=value (in the body of the texts). Further discussion of SGML concepts and practices is provided in section 11 (Software for the BNC). every occurrence in the distributed form of the corpus has both a start-tag and an end-tag.3. would be represented as &eacute. in the present form of the corpus. For the elements <s>. Only a restricted range of characters is used in element content: specifically. The last named element is an extension of the TEI scheme. Additionally. Each such <bncDoc> element contains its own <teiHeader>. followed by either a <text> element (for written texts) or an <stext> element (for spoken texts). possibly renamed as permitted by the TEI scheme. each of which may potentially be specified for any element. These conventions apply only to the elements <s>. and are listed in section 10. an attempt has been made to avoid linebreaks within the content of a single <s> element. and there is also a large body of descriptive information which applies to the whole corpus. All other characters are represented by SGML entity references.2 (Character entities defined by the BNC DTD).4 (Segments and words) for some examples. the British National Corpus consists of a single SGML element. but the others are all standard TEI elements.3. followed by a sequence of <bncDoc> elements.

possibly grouped into higher-level constructs. Attributes include: type specifies the class assigned to this character by the CLAWS system. Segments and words At the lowest level. Both <text> and <stext> elements take the following attributes in addition to the attributes globally available: org specifies how the content of the text is organised. to be processed in the sequence given decls supplies the identifiers of any specific encoding or editorial conventions defined in the corpus header and applicable to this specific text The org attribute is used to characterize the internal organization of written texts.4. the word difficulty tagged as a singular noun. Segments and words 19 Note that different elements are used for spoken and written texts because each has a different substructure. spoken or written. the elements contained by this one form a logical unit.5. or their inter-relationships seq sequential content: i. Since the order of these <div> elements is not significant.9 (Word class codes) below.1 (Basic structure: spoken texts)). for example. A detailed description of the tagging procedures and their application is provided by the Manual to accompany The British National Corpus (Version 2) with Improved Word-class Tagging by Geoffrey Leech and Nicholas Smith. .4. A short list of the POS codes used for the type attribute on <w> and <c> is also provided in section 10. the word class tagging system has been extensively revised. grouped into <s> (segment) elements: <s> a segment of spoken or written text as identified by the CLAWS segmentation scheme. Attributes include: type specifies the word class assigned to this form by the CLAWS system. <w> represents a grammatical (not necessarily orthographic) word. each distinct conversation being represented by a <div> element (see further 7. may be regarded as an end-to-end sequence of <s> elements. such as paragraphs or utterances. appears as <w NN1>Difficulty rather than as the equivalent XML encoding: <w type="NN1">Difficulty</w> The <s> element is the basic organizational principle for the whole corpus: every text. All demographically collected spoken texts have the same internal organization: each <stext> element collects together all the conversations for a given respondent. 5. As noted above.e. this represents a departure from TEI recommended practice. <c> represents a punctuation character. Note that the CLAWS definition of a ‘word’ does not correspond with the conventional orthogaphic definition. the representation of this attribute used by the current version of the corpus is minimized.e. The global n attribute is always supplied for <s> elements. no claim is made about the sequence in which elements inferior to this one are to be processed. For this edition of the BNC. so. Legal values are: composite composite content: i. the org attribute always has the value “composite”. which is distributed with the corpus in electronic form. the corpus consists of <w> (word) and <c> (punctuation) elements.

In most cases. it should be noted that several common phrases are treated as single <w> elements. typically prepositional phrases such as “in spite of”.<w NN1-VVB>the AJ0>poor<c PUN>. Simply removing the tags will in general produce a correctly punctuated text. except by the presence of the quotation mark entities.4. a phrase or sequence attributed to someone other than the current narrator or writer) the <quote> element discussed in section 6. Fragmentary sentences such as headings or labels in lists are sometimes encoded as <s> elements. Segments and words The n attribute is specified for each <s> element and gives its sequence number within the text from which it comes.9 (Word class codes). Information in the header should describe the course taken for a particular text. <w PRP>past <w ATO>the <w NN1>notice <w NN2>boards<c PUN>. while some single orthographic forms such as “can’t” and possessive forms such as “man’s” are decomposed into two <w> elements. The code within each <w> or <c> tag is the word class code assigned by the CLAWS tagging system. <w AT0>the <w AJ0>strange &mdash NN1>which <w AV0>usually <w VVD>alarmed NP0>Graham<c PUN>. Dashes used to separate numbers are represented in a similar way. in section 10.20 Here is a simple example: <s n=11> <w NN1>Difficulty <w VBZ>is <w VBG>being <w VVN>expressed <w PRP>with <w AT0>the <w NN1>method <w TO0>to <w VBI>be <w VVN>used <w TO0>to <w VVI>launch <w AT0>the <w NN1>scheme<c PUN>. <s> elements will correspond with regular orthographic sentences. and <w> elements with regular orthographic words. These codes are listed below. which is not marked.2 (Quotations) may optionally be used. the white space (if any) following each orthographic word has been retained in the encoded text. This does not apply to dialogue in fictional works.2. Quotation marks are also represented by entity references The reference name used will depend on whether or not the usage of quotation marks in the text has been normalized. (Note however that some punctuation marks are represented as entity references: <s <w <w <w <w <w n=00024> PNP>It <w VBD>was <w AT0>the<w NN1>sort PRF>of <w NN1>sight &mdash.2. </s> 5. as described in section 8. Further discussion of these non-orthographic word forms is given in the accompanying Manual to accompany The British National Corpus (Version 2) with Improved Word-class Tagging by Geoffrey Leech and Nicholas Smith.1 (Documentary components of the encoding description). as in the following example: <p> <s n=0022> . Where the quoted text is a true quotation (that is. as in the following example: <div1 org=seq> <head> <s n=1> <w NPO>THEOBALD<w POS>’S <w NN1>ROAD </head> <p> <s n=2> <w PNP>He <w VVD>walked <w PRP>through <w AT0>the <w AJ0>white <w NN2>corridors<c PUN>. Partly for this reason. using the ndash entity. However.

Attributes include: reg supplies a corrected form for the word or phrase marked. resp code identifying the agency responsible for making the correction. the <corr> element is used wherever a word appears to be misspelled in the source. in this case. e. but which is in doubt.5. but believes the original to be erroneous. "anonymization". reason brief explanation e.<c PUQ>&equo <w VVD>said <w NP0>Mr <w NP0>Malik<c PUN>. or where material has simply not been transcribed because it is inaudible.2 (The encoding description)).5. In general. or of variant spellings.g. and the <sic> element where the transcriber is unable to propose a correction. Editorial indications <c PUQ>&bquo<w PNP>He<w VBZ>’s <w AT0>a <w AJ0>dry <w NN1>stick<c PUN>. or a dubious spelling.2. of material obviously mistranscribed or misspelled. Attributes include: sic supplies the original form of the word or phrase marked.g. Slightly different transcription policies have been followed by different transcribers.g. graphs). <s n=0024> <w PNI>Everything <w AV0>else <w VM0>can <w VVI>go <w NN1>hang<c PUN>!<c PUQ>&equo </p> 21 5. a spoken word which the transcribers cannot recognise. Attributes include: desc brief description of the material omitted e. . <w NP0>Wilson<c PUN>.1 (Documentary components of the encoding description) gives further details of the editorial principles applied across the corpus. The <tagsDecl> element in each text’s header may also be consulted for an indication of the usage of these and other elements within it (see further section 8. "six words". resp code identifying the agency responsible for marking up the omission. The <editorialDecl> element of the header described in section 8. <c PUQ>&bquo<w CJC>but <w PNP>he <w VBZ>is <w CRD>100 <w NN0>per cent <w AJ0>loyal<c PUN>. <sic> a word or phrase which has not been corrected. resp code identifying the agency responsible for noting the need for correction.5. illegible or not transcribable (e. The <gap> element is typically used to indicate where words identifying persons or places have been removed during transcription. The <sic> element is also used to mark words which are intentionally misspelled. Editorial indications Editorial changes made to the texts during transcription are recorded using the following elements: <gap> marks the spot where some part of the original source text has been omitted for some reason. and consequently these elements may not appear in all texts. have been suppressed for ease of processing.g. "name and address". the corr attribute is used to supply a standard spelling. <s n=0023> <w CJC>And <w PNP>I <w VBB>am <w VVG>looking <w PRP>for <w CRD>100 <w NN0>per cent <w NN1>loyalty<c PUN>. extent extent of omitted material e. for example to indicate non-standard pronunciation. The value of the decls attribute for an individual text will indicate which principle or set of principles applies to it. for example. where labels etc. <corr> any editorial correction or regularization.g. "inaudible". figures.

The corrections indicated by the tags discussed above are included only where errors have been detected..22 5.90 </hi> <w NN2>Minutes <w PRF>of <w AT0>a <w NN1>meeting <w PRF>of <w AT0>the <w NP0>Juniper <w NP0>Green <w NP0>Village <w NN0>Association <w VVD-VVN>held <w PRP>in <w AT0>the <w NP0>Village <w NP0>Hall <w PRP>on <w NP0>Wednesday<w PUN>.6.. a telephone number has been omitted: <s n="1541"> <w VVB-NN1>Ring <gap desc=’telephone number’ reason=anonymization><c PUN>. both in transcription and encoding.60 VHD>had <w VBN>been <w VVN>raised PRP>for <w AT0>the <w NN1>Telethon <w NN1>Appeal CJC>and <w AJC>further <corr resp=oucs sic="week end"> NN1>weekend </reg> <w NN2>competitions VBB>are <w PRP>on <w AT0>the <w NN1>programme<c PUN>. Some examples Users are cautioned that the corpus contains a significant number of errors.. a list of proper names has been deleted: <div1 complete=n org=seq> <head> <s n=00081> <hi r=ul> <w CRD>27..1. typographic variation in the original has been regularized: <s <w <w <w <w <w <w n=00029> AT0>The <w NN1>sum <w PRF>of <w NN0>&pound. but no correction has been made. <s n="237"> <w PNP>It . and no claim should be inferred that no other errors remain. 5. Some examples In the following example. In the following example. the start of a chapter has been deleted at OUCS for sampling reasons: <div1 complete=n n=7 org=seq> <gap reason="sampling strategy" desc="beginning of chapter" resp="OUCS"> <p> <s n=00001> <w DPS>Her <w AJ0>thin <w NN1>voice <w VVD>trailed <w AVP>off <w PRP>into <w AJ0>thin <w NN1>air<c PUN>... . Every attempt has been made to reduce the incidence of such errors to an acceptable level. using a number of automatic and semi-automatic validation and correction procedures.1. <s n="490"> <w PNP>I <w VBD>was <corr sic=fourteeen> <w CRD>fourteen </corr> <w AV0>then<c PUN>.5. typographic errors in the original are corrected: . as it has for the misspelling “bedeviled” which follows it: ..30 <w AV0>pm<c PUN>. the transcriber has expressed a doubt as to the validity of the word “memorandising”. but exhaustive proof-reading of a corpus of this size was not economically feasible. In the following example. In the following examples. <w ORD>27th <w NP0>June <w PRP>at <w CRD>7. In the following example. </head> <gap desc="committee members present and absentees" resp=oup> In the following example.5. <w VVZ>tries <w AV0>soulfully <w XX0>not <w TO0>to <corr sic=loose> <w VVI>lose </corr> <w DPS>its <w NN1>integrity<c PUN>.

4 (Alignment of overlapping speech). newspapers into sections. chapter. Divisions of written texts <s n=02444> <w PNP>He <w VM0>could <w VVI>listen <w PRP>to <w DPS>her <w AJ0>gentle <w NN1-VVG>teasing <w PRP>before <w VVG>going <w PRP>into <w DPS>his <w AJ0>secret <w NN1>room <w CJC>and <sic><w VVG>memorandising </sic> <w AT0>the <w NN2>questions <w DTQ>which <corr sic=bedeviled> <w VVD>bedevilled </corr> <w PNP>him<c PUN>. In the following example. <s n=0141> <w CRD>Two <w NN2>men <w VVD>retained <w DPS>their <w NN2>marbles<c PUN>. 6. however. .1. Some have very little organization at levels higher than the paragraphs. sections. The following elements are used to represent all such textual divisions: <div1> major subdivision of a written text.. Its original position is recorded using a pointer element (<ptr>).. notes. --> <w DPS>their <w NN1>way <w PRP>to <w NN1>freedom <c PUN>&mdash <w AV0>so <w VVB>get <w NN1-VVG>blasting<c PUN>! </p> <note id=c87nt000> <s n=0143> <w VVN>continued <w PRP>on <w NN1>page <w CRD>7 </note> This mechanism is also used to represent captions. Written texts 6.. Divisions of written texts Written texts exhibit a bewildering variety and richness of different structural forms. <w CJC>and <w CJS>as <w NN1-VVB>luck <w VM0>would <w VHI>have <w PNP>it <w PNP>they<w VBB>’re <w AV0>both <w AJ0>roughie-toughie <ptr target=c87nt000> <w NN2>types <w AV0>as <w AV0>well <w CJS>as <w AJ0>military <w NN2>scientists <c PUN>&mdash <w AT0>a <w NN1>cross <w PRP>between <w NP0>Albert <w NP0>Einstein <w CJC>and <w NN1>Action <w NN1-NP0>Man<c PUN>! <s n=0142> <!-. The note itself is given an automatically-generated identifier C87NT000 which is then supplied as the value of the target attribute. Novels are divided into chapters. In certain circumstances. is to represent alignment of synchronous speech. By far the commonest use of the <ptr> element. reference works into articles and so forth. There are two common situations where this is necessary: • where a caption or note appears in the middle of a syntactic unit • where speakers overlap Where re-ordering of the first type has occurred. For example. the moved element is generally re-located to the end of the paragraph or similar element in which it appears.6. however. Pointers Parts of a text are normally transcribed in the same order as they appear in the source text.6. etc which interrupt the normal reading sequence. the note which originally appeared between the words “roughie-toughie” and “types” has been relocated to the end of the paragraph. 23 5.1. parts of a text have been moved from the position in which they appear in the source to simplify linguistic processing. chapters etc. e. others may have a complex hierarchy of parts. an empty tag whose target attribute supplies the identifier of the relocated element. see further section 7.g.

2. a chapter number.6 (Notes and citations)). If a value is supplied for one division at a given level. org specifies how the content of the division is organized. In all texts..2. 6. An alphabetically ordered list of these elements follows: <bibl> a loosely structured bibliographic citation appearing within a corpus text (see 6. Note that any prefatory or appended matter not forming part of a text will not generally be captured: the tei elements <front> and <back> elements are not used. chapter names or numbers will appear within the text. lower levels of subdivision (i. entirely contained within a <div2>.g. according to an informal taxonomy. .e.2. however.e. Structural subdivisions smaller than level 4 (but above paragraph level) are all tagged <div4>.g. e. in addition to the global attributes id. <div3> or <div4>) may also be supplied where appropriate. Their common identifying feature is that they may appear directly within divisions (that is. but there are several others. as in the following example: <div1 type="chapter" n="three" org="seq" complete="y"> More often. The most commonly found such element is the <p> (paragraph). and r: type categorizes the division in some respect.3 (Division types). Legal values are: Y the full text of the original has been used N a sample of the original text has been used The n attribute is sometimes used to supply an identifying name or number used within the text for a given division. as a chapter. entirely contained within a <div1>. A text may have no structural divisions within it at all.2. for example. tagged using the <head> element discussed in section 6. Legal values are: compo composite content: i. are hierarchically subdivided using these elements. The value of the attribute type is used to characterise the function of the textual division. <div2> etc.e. not nested within some other element such as a paragraph). n. A sequence of paragraph-level elements of arbitrary length may precede the first structural subdivision at any level. of whatever kind. or their interrelationships seq sequential content: i. directly within <div1>. These elements have the following attributes in common. but are not required. structural subdivisions at the highest level (<div1>) are always identified. Most written texts. section. <div4> smallest possible subdivision of a written text. e. elements inferior to this are regarded as forming a logical unit. <div3> further subdivision of a written text.g.24 6. subsection. section etc. e. to be processed in the sequence given complete specifies whether or not this division is complete or a sample.1 (Divisions of written texts) above. entirely contained within a <div3>. no claim is made about the sequence in which elements inferior to this one are to be processed. Paragraph-level elements and chunks Written texts may be organized into structural units containing more than one <s> element and smaller than any of the divisions discussed in section 6.1 (Headings and captions) below. The values used are listed in 10.g. <div2>. it may be assumed to apply to all subsequent divisions at the same level until the end of the enclosing element. or within <text> elements. sub-subsection. Paragraph-level elements and chunks <div2> further subdivision of a written text. e.

Legal values are: byline heading containing authorship or provenance of an article in a periodical main a main heading (only one allowed per div) sub a secondary heading (may be zero or more per div) unspec not specified or unknown <list> a collection of distinct items flagged as such by special layout in written texts. captions attached to pictures or figures.3 (Spoken paragraphs)). “by-lines” identifying authorship and provenance of a newspaper or periodical article). material marked as “written to be spoken”. The BNC scheme currently distinguishes between <head> elements. title etc.2. <div1 type="u" n=1> <head type=MAIN> . “pull-quotes” embedded within the text. 6. Headings and captions Headings and captions serve a variety of functions in written texts.5 (Lists)). Legal values are: byline caption containing authorship or provenance of an article in a newspaper or periodical display extra-textual caption such as a pull quote or displayed box attached caption describing a non-transcribed item such as a figure or photograph unspec not specified or unknown <head> a title or heading prefixed to some division of a written text or to a poem (see 6.2. <poem> a poem. additional comment or gloss within a written or spoken text (see 6. <note> any form of note.4 (Poems)).1.2 (Quotations)). Attributes include: type characterises the heading in some respect.2.2. often functioning as a single syntactic unit (see 6. Attributes include: type categorizes the caption. which can appear only at the start of a text division and are logically associated with it (for example. i. One or more <head> elements may appear in sequence at the start of any <div1>.2. usually either embedded or displayed (see 6. usually with deictic content (2) a ‘pull quote’ or other text about or extracted from a text and superimposed upon it to draw attention to it (see 6. or at the start of a <list> or <poem>.6 (Notes and citations)).) and <caption> elements which are logically independent of the position they may have within a textual division (for example.1 (Headings and captions)). chapter titles. <div3> or <div4> element. Headings and captions 25 <caption> (1) a heading. Examples for each of these (except <p>) are discussed in more detail in the following subsections. attached to a picture or diagram. or an extract from one.2. <quote> a quotation from some author other than that of the surrounding text.2.1 (Headings and captions)).2.6. as in the following example:. newspaper headlines etc.2. <div2>. usually by the presence of a speaker prefix. for example in a play script or printed interview (see 6.1. <p> a paragraph in a written text.e. embedded or quoted within a spoken or written text (see 6. <sp> a spoken paragraph.

<div1 complete=y org=seq> <head type=main> <s n=0223> <w PNP>They<w VBB>’re <w VDG>doing <w AJ0>fine </head> <head type=sub> <s n=0224> <w NP0>Dominic <w VVZ>sees <w AJ0-NN1>double </head> Where captions would interrupt the normal flow. This may contain any combination of other chunks (for example paragraphs.2. <s n=2082> . 6. Quotations A quotation is an extract from some other work than the text itself which is embedded within it. It is marked up using the <quote> element. lists) but may not directly contain phrase-level elements. <s n=00042> <w NP0>Smart <w CJC>and <w AJ0>acceptable <w PRP>for <w NN1>city <w NN1-VVB>wear <w CJC>but <w AJ0>soft <w AV0>enough <w PRP>for <w AJ0>relaxed <w NN2>days </caption> The type attribute may be used to distinguish more exactly the function of the caption or heading. as indicated below.2.2.26 <s n="1"> <w NN1>AGEISM </head> <head type=SUB> <s n="2"> <w AT0>THE <w NN1>FOUNDATION <w PRF>OF <w NN1>AGE <w NN1>DISCRIMINATION </head> <head type=BYLINE> <s n="3"> <w NP0>STEVE <w NP0-NN1>SCRUTTON </head> 6. <s n=2081> <w DT0>This <w NN1>way <w PRP>for <w AJ0>eternal <w NN1>suffering<c PUN>. for example as an epigraph or illustration. pointers are used as discussed in section 5. poems. For example: <quote> <p> <s n=2080> <w DT0>This <w NN1>way <w PRP>for <w AT0>the <w AJ0>sorrowful <w NN1>city<c PUN>.6 (Pointers). Quotations In the following example. the <head> element is followed by a number of <caption> elements introducing particular parts of a magazine story: <div1 complete=y org=seq> <head> <s n=00040> <w NN2>TROUSERS <w VVB>SUIT </head> <caption> <s n=00041> <w EX0>There <w VBZ>is <w PNI>nothing <w AJ0>masculine <w PRP>about <w DT0>these <w AJ0>new <w NN1>trouser <w NN2-VVZ>suits <w PRP>in <w NN1>summer<w POS>’s <w AJ0>soft <w NN2>pastels<c PUN>. Any reference for the citation should also be contained within it.2.

a <spkr> element should appear at the start of the <sp> element.3. and any titles or headings present are marked with <head> elements. for which the following specific tags are defined: <spkr> contains the speech prefix used in the original source to identify the speaker of a passage written to be spoken. for example the speeches in a dramatic text or a published interview. Spoken paragraphs As noted above. Each such group of lines is marked as a <poem> element. Such parts are generally readily identifiable by the use of such conventions as speaker prefixes (the label supplying the name of the speaker) and stage directions. with no indication of its completeness. followed by one or more <p> elements containing the actual speech. i. If present. Poems <w DT0>This <w NN1>way <w TO0>to <w VVI>join <w AT0>the <w AJ0>lost <w NN0>people<c PUN>&hellip <s n=2083> <w VVB>Abandon <w DT0>all <w NN1>hope<c PUN>.2.4.e.2.4. as discussed in section 5.6 (Pointers). The <sp> element is used only for speaker turns identified as such in a written text. . Any <stage> element present will usually be relocated to the end of the paragraph in which it occurs and replaced by a <ptr> element. by contrast with the element <u> discussed in section 7. which is used only for speaker turns identified in a spoken text. one which has been transcribed from audio tape.2 (Utterances). Poems Poems or fragments of verse or song may appear both within and between paragraphs.2. <w PNP>you <w PNQ>who <w VVB>enter<c PUN>&hellip <bibl><s n=2084> <w NP0>Dante </bibl> </p> </quote> 27 6. For example: <sp> <spkr> <s n=00156> <w CRD>M </spkr> <p> <s n=00157> <ptr target=HHWST01C><w VVB>Give <w DPS>her <w NN1>medicine<c PUN>. the <sp> element is used to mark parts of a written text which were or are intended to be spoken. <s n=00158> <w PNP>I<w VM0>’ll <w VVI>kill <w PNX>myself <w CJS>if <w PNP>she <w VVZ>dies<c PUN>. The <l> (line) element is used to mark each metrical line.6. <stage> contains any kind of stage direction within a dramatic text. </p> <stage id=HHWST01C type=u> <s n=00159> <c PUL>(<w NP0>Sinking <w PRP>to <w NN2>knees <w CJC>and <w AJ0-VVG>banging <w NN1>head <w PRP>on <w NN1>floor<c PUR>) </stage> </sp> 6.

2 (Miscellaneous phrase-level elements) below. Lists A list is a collection of distinct items flagged as such by special layout in written texts.2.2.5. each marked with a <p> element. <pb n=78> </item> <item> <s n=0089> <w VM0>Will <w PNP>you <hi r=it> <w VVI>mow </hi> <w AT0>the <w NN1>lawn<c PUN>? </item> <item> <s n=0090> <w VDD>Did <w PNP>you <hi r=it> <w VVI>know </hi> <w AT0>the <w NN1>time<c PUN>? </item> </list> Here is an example of a labelled list: . For example: <poem> <l part=u> <s n=0900> <w PNP>I <w VVB>send <w DPS>my <w NN1>soul <w PRP>through <w NN1>time <w CJC>and <w NN1>space <w TO0>to <w VVI>greet <w PNP>you<c PUN>. lists are tagged with the <list> element. each of which may optionally be preceded by a <label> element. verse paragraphs etc. it is marked with the <lb> tag discussed in section 6. often functioning as a single syntactic unit. Here is an example of a simple list: <list> <item> <s n=0087> <w VBZ>Is <w DPS>your <w NN1>nylon <hi r=it> <w NN1>nightie </hi> <w AJ0>fireproof<c PUN>? </item> <item> <s n=0088> <w AT0>The <w NN1>hurricane <w VBD>was <hi r=it> <w AJ0-AV0>mighty </hi> <w AJ0>fierce<c PUN>. used to hold the identifier or tag sometimes attached to a list item. It may also contain a word or phrase used for a similar purpose. It contains the same mixture of elements as a paragraph. for example “(a)”. </l> </poem> Note that the <l> element is not used to mark typographic lineation. A <list> element consists of an optional <head> element. Lists No provision is made for marking units of verse such as stanzas. 6. and may thus contain one or more nested lists. A part attribute is defined for the <l> which allows incomplete lines to be indicated.28 6.3. followed by one or more <item> elements.5. It may also contains a series of paragraphs. The <item> element may appear only inside lists. Lists may appear within or between paragraphs. </l> <l part=u> <s n=0901> <w PNP>You <w VBD>were <w AT0>a <w NN1>poet<c PUN>. Where marked. on the few occasions where this has been recorded. <s n=0902> <w PNP>You <w VM0>will <w VVI>understand<c PUN>. but in the current version of the corpus this always takes the value “u” (for unknown).

6. </label> <item> <p> <s n=0428> <w NN2>Agni <c PUN>&mdash <w NN1>Fire <c PUN>&mdash <w AJ0>Destructive <w NN1>agent </p> </item> </list> 29 6. using the <note> element. i.2. Notes within headers are tagged using a distinct <bibNote> element. have been marked up in some texts. Legal values are: foot foot of page end end of current division or text side left or right margin unspec unknown or unspecified. editorial or authorial. and bibliographic citations or references. Notes and citations Annotations occurring in written texts.2.6. which is a departure from TEI-recommended practice. The two usages are distinguished by the type attribute.e. as is the use of the <note> element for both original and supplied annotation. </label> <item> <s n=0424> <w NN1-NP0>Surya <c PUN>&mdash <w NN1>Sun <c PUN>&mdash <w AJ0>Creative <w NN1>agent </item> <label> <s n=0425> <w CRD>2<c PUN>. . Legal values are: ed note supplied by BNC transcriber or encoder orig note present in the original source text ed code for the person or organization responsible for BNC-supplied note. This element has the following additional attributes: type identifies the provenance of the note. </label> <item> <p> <s n=0426> <w NN1-NP0>Vayu <c PUN>&mdash <w NN1>Air <c PUN>&mdash <w NP0>Preserving <w NN1>agent <pb n=43> </p> </item> <label> <s n=0427> <w CRD>3<c PUN>. Legal values are: lancs Note supplied by UCREL grammarians longm Note supplied by Longman transcribers oucs Note supplied by OUCS staff oup Note supplied by OUP transcribers undef Provenance of note unknown or unspecified place specifies the location of an original note in the source text. Notes and citations <list> <label> <s n=0423> <w CRD>1<c PUN>.6.

<w AJS>Eldest <w PRF>of <w AT0>the <w NN2>Jews <w PRP>in <w AT0>the <w NN1-NP0>Lodz <w NN1>ghetto<c PUN>. may be recorded in one of two ways: . 6.. Highlighted phrases Typographic highlighting in the original may not be marked in the transcript at all. and their original position marked by a <ptr> element. Bibliographic citations or references within running texts may also be marked. For example: <bibl> <s n=1379> <w NP0>Mordechai <w NP0>Chaim <w NP0>Rumkowski<c PUN>. <s n=054> <w PRP>In <w NP0>London<c PUN>. Phrase-level elements Phrase-level elements are elements which cannot appear directly within a textual division. this is done in some texts only in the present version of the corpus.3. using the <bibl> element. <w PNP>we <w VVD>cared <w AVP-PRP>for <w PRP>around <w NN0>25% <w PRF>of <w DT0>all <w DT0>those <w PNQ>who <w VVD>died <w PRF>of <w NN1>AIDS <w ORD>last <w NN1>year <ptr target=A02NT001><c PUN>. </p> <note id=a02nt001 n=2 type=orig> <s n=057> <w NN1>AIDS <w NN2>deaths<c PUN>: <w NP0>April <w CRD>1990 <c PUN>&mdash <w NP0>March <w CRD>1991<c PUN>. <!-. this means they will be contained within an <s> element.1. In practice. but must be contained by some other element. <w NP0>UK <w NN1>total <c PUL>(<w NN1-NP0>CDSC <w NN2>figures <c PUN>&mdash <w CRD>584 <w NP0>April <w CRD>1991<c PUN>. and the kind of highlighting used. Alternatively.. Highlighted phrases Original notes may contain any mixture of other chunks.1.3. They will normally be relocated to the end of the section in which they appear. --> <s n=056> <w PNP>I <w VVB>expect <w NN1-VVB>demand <w PRP>for <w DT0>this <w NN1>service <w TO0>to <w VVI>continue <w TO0>to <w VVI>grow <w AVP-PRP>over <w AT0>the <w AJ0>coming <w NN1>year<c PUN>. and may also contain paragraphs: they may appear in written texts only. For example: <s n=053> <w CJS-PRP>As <w AT0>the <w NP0>UK<w POS>’s <w AJ0>main <w AJ0>independent <w NN1>AIDS <w AV0>home <w NN1-VVB>care <w NN1>provider<c PUN>.6 (Pointers).. <w NN1-VVB>demand <w PRP>for <w DPS>our <w NN1>Home <w NN1-VVB>Care <w NN2>services <w VVD-VVN>doubled <w AVP-PRP>over <w AT0>the <w ORD>last <w CRD>twelve <w NN2>months<c PUN>. as discussed in section 5.3.30 Here for example is a typical transcriber’s note: <note type=ed> <s n=0001> <w NN1-NP0>Page <w NN2>numbers <w XX0>not <w AJ0>available </note> 6. highlighted phrases. <w VVG>speaking <w PRP>in <w CRD>1942 </bibl> 6.<c PUR>) <s n=058> <w DPS>Our <w NN1>Home <w NN1-VVB>Care <w NN2>teams <w VVD>saw <w CRD>141 <w NN0>AIDS <w AJ0-VVD>related <w NN2>deaths <w ORD>last <w NN1>year </note> Note the use of the n attribute to carry the original footnote number in the above example.

quoted.6. its rend attribute must be supplied. small caps etc. articles in periodicals are split across several pages. <salute> a formulaic greeting or form of address appearing at the start or the end of a spoken or a written text. only the first few words are in italics: a <hi> element must be used within the <l> to carry this information. <l part=u rend=it> <s n=394><w PNP>It <w VBD>was <w CRD>one <w PRF>of <w AT0>a <w NN0>pair<c PUN>. Its value indicates the nature of the highlighting used.4 (Rendition codes) below. each <hi> element must be entirely contained by an <s> element. in the following four lines of verse.2. When the <hi> element is used. but simply to record some qualitative information about the original. the presence of a page break between two verse lines is indicated by the <pb> element: . This implies that where. the rend attribute is optional.2. <s n=397><w DT0>All <w AT0>the <w NN1>time </l> <l part=u r=it> <s n=398><w DPS>her <w NN1>uncle <w VVD>stood <w AV0>there <w VVG>clutching <w DT0>this <w CRD-PNI>one <w PRP>in </l> <l part=u> <s n=399><hi rend=it> <w DPS>his <w AJ0>big <w NN1>fist </hi> <c PUN>&mdash <w AV0>so<c PUN>! <s n=400><w PNP>She <w VDZ>does <w DT0>a little <w NN1>mime<c PUN>. <name> proper name of a person. and the rend attribute is therefore specified for each <l> element. for example. In particular.g. </l> 6. It should be noted that the purpose of the rend attribute is not to provide information adequate to the needs of a typesetter. the <hi> element must be closed at the end of the enclosing element. For example. place or institution. a bolded passage contains more than one sentence. and then re-opened within the next. Miscellaneous phrase-level elements • • using the global rend (rendition) attribute using the <hi> (highlighted) element 31 The former is used where the function of the highlighting is clear.3. A list of the values used for this attribute is given in section 10. for example to mark a heading. In this example. or an italicised phrase begins in one verse line and ends in another.g. the first three are rendered in italics. e. Miscellaneous phrase-level elements The following miscellaneous phrase-level elements also appear within <s> elements in written texts: <pb> marks the start of a new page in the original source. italic font. <s n=395><w DPS>Its <w AJ0>precious <w NN1>twin </l> <l part=u rend=it> <s n=396><w VBD>was <w VVN>stolen <w PRP>by <w AT0>the <w NN2>soldiers<c PUN>. On all other cdif elements. used to indicate where e. and where the boundaries of the highlighted phrase therefore coincide with the boundaries of some other cdif element. <lb> marks the start of a new (printed) line in the original source. In the fourth line. Like all other phrase-level elements. The latter is used where the function is not clear. the present version of the corpus includes no indication of size of type or style of writing.3. where the DTD does not provide a tag to identify the feature concerned or where the highlighted phrase is not coterminous with some other element.

interspersed with a variety of empty elements used to indicate paralinguistic phenomena noticed by the transcribers (see section 7. <w NP0>Warwickshire<c PUN>. <w NP0>Portland <w NP0>Street<c PUN>. each distinct conversation recorded by a given respondent is treated as a distinct <div> element. In demographically sampled spoken texts. <w NP0>Leamington <w NP0>Spa<c PUN>.3 (Paralinguistic phenomena)). <w NP0>Portland <w NP0>House<c PUN>.2 (Utterances)). Context-governed spoken texts do not use the <div> element.) making up a spoken text. the <salute> element has been used to separate the addressee of a letter from the rest of the text: <s n=0343> <w VVB>Ask <w TO0>to <w VVI>see <w NN2>examples <w PRF>of <w DPS>their <w NN1>work <w CJC>and <w NN1-VVB>contact <w NN2>references <w PRP>from <w DPS>their <w AJ0-NN1>past <w NN2>projects<c PUN>. </l> In the following example. the <lb> element has been used to mark the position of line breaks in the source text. Basic structure: spoken texts <l part=u> <s n=1403> <c PUN>&mdash <w CJC>and <w NN2>creditors <w VVB>grow <w AJ0>cruel<c PUN>. <w NP0>Atlam <w NN1>Design <w NN1-NP0>Partnership<c PUN>. Basic structure: spoken texts Spoken texts are organized quite differently from written texts. All the conversations from a single respondent are grouped together to form a single <stext> element. Spoken texts 7.1. each <stext> element containing a context-governed spoken text consists of a sequence of <u> elements again interspersed with a variety of empty elements used to indicate para-linguistic phenomena noticed by the transcribers. </salute> 7. since they seem to be taking the place of conventional punctuation: <caption> <s n=1503> <w NN1>Man <w PRF>of <w AT0>the <w NN1>Year <lb> <w NN1>Design <lb> <w NN1>Design <w NN1>Concept <lb> <w AJ0>Technical <w NN1>Innovation <w NN1>Safety <w NN1-NP0>Achievement <lb> <w NP0>Environmental <w NN1-NP0>Contribution <lb> <w NN1-VVG>Marketing <w NN1>Initiative <lb> <w NN1>Manufacturer <w PRP>in <w NN1-NP0>Motorsport <lb> <w AJ0-NN1>Specialist <w NN1>Manufacturer <w NN1>Mid-size <w NN1-NP0>Manufacturer <lb> <w AJ0>Large <w NN1>Manufacturer </caption> In the following example. The following structural elements are used to represent the organization of spoken texts: <stext> an individual spoken text. Each <div> element within a demographically sampled spoken text consists of a sequence of <u> elements (see section 7. <div> any subdivision or grouping of the utterances (etc. <s n=0344> <salute> <w NP0>JOHN <w NN0>DIBBLE <w NN1>Partner<c PUN>. In particular. . </l> <l part=u> <pb n=75> </l> <l part=u> <s n=1404> <w AV0>so <w PNP>he <w VVZ>bows <w CJC>and <w NN2-VVZ>scrapes<c PUN>. a complex hierarchy of divisions and subdivisions is inappropriate.1.32 7.

it is necessary to select from the possibly very large set of distinct paralinguistic phenomena which might be of interest. . and correction. overlap points at which more than one speaker was active. laughing.2 (The <langUsage> element)). or for each division of it: if overlap is present. or group of participants. encoders were instructed to mark the following such phenomena: voice quality for example. and the other XYZSP002. longer than was judged normal for the speaker or speakers. which has the following additional attribute: who identifies the person or group responsible for the utterance. whispering. speakers within a text.7. 7. Where there are several distinct.. and then into <w> and <c> elements. in the same way as for written texts. 7. false starts. distinct identifiers are used. The who attribute is mandatory: its function is to identify the person or group of people making the utterance. using the unique code defined for that person in the appropriate section of the header (see section 8. it is represented by the <u> element. speech management phenomena for example truncation. and other matters considered worthy of note.3. For example. represented by the <align> element. Paralinguistic phenomena 33 To handle overlapping utterances. etc. discussed in section 7. Paralinguistic phenomena In transcribing spoken language. but unidentified.5 (Editorial indications) above are also used to represent normalisation practice when dealing with transcribed speech. </u> The code W0001 used here will be specified as the value for the id attribute of some <person> element within the header of the text from which this example is taken. unclear passages whole utterances or passages within them which were inaudible or incomprehensible for a variety of reasons. coughs. in a conversation. In the texts transcribed for the BNC. within or between utterances.3. A simple example follows: <u who=w0001> <s n=00010> <w ITJ>Mm <w ITJ>mm <c PUN>. animal noises. the alignment map is given at the start of the division or text concerned. both as discrete events and as changes in voice quality affecting passages within an utterance. if text xyz contains two different but unidentified speakers. one of them will be given the identifier XYZSP001. The editorial tags discussed in section 5. TEI recommends the use of a device known as an alignment map.2. The methods and principles applied in transcription and normalisation of speech are discussed in TGCW21 Spoken Corpus Transcription Guide and summarised in the appropriate part of the corpus header. A single alignment map. may be defined for a whole spoken text.4 (Alignment of overlapping speech) below. significant pauses silence. non-verbal but vocalised sounds for example.3. The code PS000 is used where the speaker cannot be identified and the code PS001 is used for a group of unidentified speakers. non-verbal and non-vocal events for example passing lorries. humming noises etc. Utterances An utterance is a discrete sequence of speech produced by one participant. Each utterance is further subdivided into <s> elements.

The following example shows an event. who is speaking or what is being said. Attributes include: desc the kind of sound made dur duration of the sound in seconds. <s n=00012> <pause dur=6><w AJ0>Bloody <w NN1>pirate <w NN1>station <w VM0>would<w XX0>n’t <w PNP>you <c PUN>? </u> Where the whole of an utterance is unclear. The elements used to mark these phenomena are listed below in alphabetical order: <event> any non-verbal and non-vocal event (such as a door slamming) occurring during a conversation and regarded as worthy of note. dur duration of the event in seconds. <unclear> a point in a spoken text at which it is unclear what is happening. and its accuracy is only approximate. the <unclear> element is used on its own. whatever they are. Attributes include: dur duration of the pause in seconds.34 7. Attributes include: desc description of the event. are too unclear to be transcribed.3. <trunc> a word or phrase which has been truncated during speech. if this is identifiable. and may appear anywhere within a transcription.</u> <unclear who=yy> <u who=xx><s>. with an optional who attribute to indicate who is speaking. Attributes include: new description of the voice quality after the shift. Attributes include: dur the duration of the passage in seconds.. . </u> Here YY’s remarks. Paralinguistic phenomena Other aspects of spoken texts are not explicitly recorded in the encoding. With the exception of the <trunc> element. The value of the dur attribute is normally specified only if it is greater than 5 seconds. e. <shift> a marked change in voice quality for any one speaker. For example: <u who=xx><s>. where no speech has actually been transcribed. <pause> a marked pause during or between utterances. all of these elements are empty.. that is.. although their headers contain considerable amounts of situational and participant information.g. and so no <u> element is provided. which is a special case of the editorial tags discussed in section 5..5 (Editorial indications) above. <vocal> a non-linguistic but communicative sound made by one of the participants in a spoken text.. who the person or group responsible for the unclear piece of speech. several pauses and a patch of unclear speech: <u who=d00011> <s n=00011> <event desc="radio on"><w PNP><pause dur=34>You <w VVD>got<w TO0>ta <unclear><w NN1>Radio <w CRD>Two <w PRP>with <w DT0>that <c PUN>.

<w AV0>never <w VVD-VVN>got <w AVP>round <w PRP>to <w VVG>looking <w PRP>for <w AT0>a <w NN1>video <w VDD>did <w PNP>we<c PUN>? </u> Here the passage between the tags <shift new=laughing> and <shift> is spoken with a laughing intonation. Where this is not the case.4. a distinction is made between discrete vocal events. Some common examples follow: <event <event <event <event desc="a lot of people talking"> desc="door closes"> desc="tuning in radio"> desc="radio advertisements playing"> As noted above. and changes in voice quality. such as laughter.7. as in the following example: <u id=d0038 who=w0011> <s n=00040> <vocal desc=laugh><w PNP>you<w VM0>’ll <w VHI>have <w TO0>to <w VVI>take <w DT0>that <w PRP>off <w AV0>there <w ITJ><vocal desc=laugh>yeah <w PNP>you <w VM0>can <pause><vocal desc=laugh><pause> </u> The <shift> element is used instead where the laughter indicates a change in voice quality. a <loc> element is defined within an <align> element. at each place where the number of simultaneous utterances. Attributes include: target supplies the identifier of some other element in a text. A list of values currently used for the new attribute is given below in section 10. specifically.4. At each place to be . Alignment of overlapping speech By default it is assumed that the events represented in a transcription are non-overlapping and that they are transcribed in temporal sequence. Alignment of overlapping speech 35 The values used for the desc attribute of the <event> element are not constrained in the current version of the corpus. if any. unless otherwise specified. That is. it is implied that the end of one utterance precedes the start of the next following it in the text.5 (Voice quality codes). vocals etc. <loc> a synchronisation point within an alignment map to which other elements may refer. i. as in the following example: <u who=w0003> <s n=00669> <w CJC>And <w UNC>erm <w CJC><pause>and <w AV0>then <w PNP>we <w VVD>went <w PRP>in <w AJ0-NN1>Top <w NN2>Marks <w CJC>and <w VVD-VVN>got <w PNP>them <w CJS><shift new=laughing>so <w PNP>we <w AV0>never <w VVD-VVN>got <w PNP><shift>we <w VVD>went <w AVP>through <w PRP>for <w AT0>a <w NN1>video <w AV0>really <c PUN>. The former are encoded using the <vocal> element. a <loc> element within an alignment. the following elements are used: <align> defines an alignment map used to synchronise points within a spoken text.e. perhaps with an interposed <pause> element. 7. For each point of synchrony. which appears at the start of the enclosing <div>. for alignment. such as words which are spoken in a laughing tone. events. increases or decreases. <ptr> an empty tag pointing from one part of a text to some other element.

0.e. Such information is all too often missing in electronic texts. referred to below as the corpus header. The following example demonstrates how this mechanism is used to indicate that one speaker’s attempt to take the floor has been unsuccessful: <u who=w0014> <s n=00011> <w AJ0>Poor <w AJ0>old <w NP0>Luxembourg’<w VBZ>s <w AJ0-VVN>beaten<c PUN>. You. referred to below as a text header. you’ve. The target (target) attributes of these <ptr> elements are then used to specify the identifier of the <loc> with which each is to be synchronised. Every separate text in the British National Corpus (i. as described in section. update for all subsequent releases. Both corpus and text headers are represented by <teiHeader> elements. text the header is attached to a single text. W0001: (at the same time) and forgotten the poor little country. This element carries the following attributes: type specifies the kind of document to which the header is attached. The header synchronised within the text. Legal values are: corpus the header is attached to the corpus. provided only in the form of external documentation such as this manual. The component elements of a TEI header are intended to provide in machine-processable form all the information needed to make sensible use of the Corpus.36 8. update specifies the date on which the header content was last changed or created. . </u> This encoding is the CDIF equivalent of what might be presented in a conventional playscript as follows: W0001: Poor old Luxembourg’s beaten. The header The header of a TEI-conformant text generally provides a highly structured description of its contents. Legal values are: new for BNC release 1. status specifies the revision status of the associated document. possibly with some local over-riding. In addition. analogous to the title page and front matter provided for conventional printed books. or if supplied. a <ptr> element is inserted. each <bncDoc> element) has its own header. containing information which is applicable to the whole corpus. the corpus itself has a header. <ptr target=P2/> </u> <u who=w0014> <s n=00014> <w CJC>and <w VVN>forgotten <w AT0>the <w AJ0>poor <w AJ0>little <w NN1>country<c PUN>. creator specifies the agency responsible for creating the header. you’ve absolutely just gone straight over it -W0014: (interrupting) I haven’t. <s n=00012> <w PNP>You <w PNP>you<w VHB>’ve <w PNP>you<w VHB>’ve <w AV0>absolutely <w AV0>just <w VVN>gone <w AV0>straight <ptr target=P1> <w PRP>over <w PNP>it <ptr target=P2> </u> <u who=w0001> <s n=00013> <ptr target=P1> <w PNP>I <w VHB>haven<w XX0>’t<c PUN>. 8.

i. The title statement 37 In the remainder of this section. 8. an encoding description (section 8.8. using the following two sub-elements: <resp> contains a phrase describing the nature of a person’s or institution’s intellectual responsibility. 8. <extent> describes the approximate size of the electronic file as stored on some carrier medium. followed by zero or more <author>. place or institution. specifically the language used. <editionStmt> contains additional information relating to a particular version of the corpus (not used with individual corpus texts).1. represented by the following four elements: <fileDesc> contains a full bibliographic description of the corpus itself or of a text within it. including any alternative titles or subtitles. These sub-elements are used throughout the header. It documents the electronic file itself. The headers used in this release of the corpus are fully TEI compatible.1. <profileDesc> provides further information about various aspects of a text. and a descriptive classification for it. In each case. or (in the case of a text header) any characteristics peculiar to an individual file within it. <name> proper name of a person. a profile description (section 8. (in the case of a corpus header) the whole corpus. the participants and their setting. <encodingDesc> documents the relationship between an electronic text and the source or sources from which it was derived.1.3 (The profile description)) and a revision description (section 8.2 (The encoding description)). The file description The file description (<fileDesc>) is the first of the four main constituents of the header. the situation and date of its production. but do not use all features of the TEI as documented in P3.4 (The revision description)). as used within the BNC. or a text within it. <publicationStmt> formally describes the publication or distribution of the corpus and its constituent texts.e. <title> the title or chief name of a work. identifying the corpus. The title statement As used in the BNC. A TEI header contains a file description (section 8. <sourceDesc> supplies a bibliographic description for the copy text(s) from which a particular corpus text was derived or generated. <revisionDesc> summarizes the revision history of a file. we describe the components of the <teiHeader> element. or electronic transcription.1. or <respStmt> elements. wherever the title of a work or a statement of responsibility are required.1. For title elements in this version of the BNC. <editor>.1 (The file description)). a standardized form of words has been used which includes the following components: . the title statement (<titleStmt>) element has a simpler structure than the equivalent TEI element: it contains one or more <title> elements. edition. it contains the following five subdivisions: <titleStmt> contains title information. Further detail for each of these is given in the following subsections. <respStmt> supplies information about any person or institution responsible for the intellectual content of a text.

2.1. are the same for all texts. 8. The form of words used for each text in the current release of the corpus is as follows: <editionStmt><para>BNC World Edition: Header automatically generated by mkhdr 0. if there is none. Sample containing about 23409 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)</title> A <respStmt> element is used to indicate each agency responsible for any significant effort in the creation of the text. For the corpus header this takes the following form: <editionStmt n="2. in the following manner: <respStmt> <resp> Data capture and transcription </resp> <name> Longman ELT </name> </respStmt> Author and editor information for the source from which a text is derived (e.1. The edition statement for written texts. and for enrichment. and 3 hours 22 minutes 23 seconds of recordings.g. The responsibility for original data capture and transcription varies text by text. the author of a book) is not included in the <filedesc> element but in the <sourceDesc> element discussed below (8. 20607 words. totalling 3193 s-units. a descriptive phrase enclosed in square brackets an indication of the size and type of the document a note indicating the domain or subject matter of the document Here are some typical examples: <title>British intelligence services in action. The edition statement The standard TEI <editionStmt> element is used to specify an edition for each file making up the corpus.1. Sample containing about 39645 words from a book (domain: world affairs)</title> <title> Harlow Women’s Institute committee meeting. they are not repeated in each text header.2.0"> <edition>First World Edition</edition> </editionStmt> Note the use of the n attribute to specify that the World Edition is the second major release of the corpus. and is therefore stated in each text header. a (possibly shortened) version of the original source title. or.</title> <title><title>[Leaflets advertising goods and products].38 • • • 8.5 (The source description)).30 . Since responsibilities for data encoding and storage. Sample containing about 48246 words from a periodical (domain: arts) </title> <title>32 conversations recorded by ‘Frank’ (PS09E) between 21 and 28 February 1992 with 9 interlocutors. Sample containing about 246 words speech recorded in public context</title> <title> The Scotsman: Arts section.

for encoding details see &lt. although this sequence is treated as a single <w> element. in each text header as in the following example: <extent>Approximately 88 Kbytes running text. the sequence “she’s” would count as one word for the purposes of calculating the extent since it does not contain a blank. Counts are provided for each element actually tagged in a text. <idno type="bnc">A0A</idno> <idno type="old">CAMfct</idno> .1.uk</addrLine> </address> identification numbers for the published text These are tagged using the standard <idno> element. for BNC World. For example.K. It contains three parts: name and address of distributor These are tagged using the standard <distributor> and <address> elements respectively. as follows: <idno type="BNC">BNC-W</idno> For individual text headers.2 (The tagging declaration) 8.2. in both corpus and text headers.tagUsage&gt. It is not identical to the number of <w> elements actually tagged in the text. containing about 5890 orthographically-defined words. but it would be tagged as two distinct <w> elements.1.) 8.8. or of an individual text. two identification numbers are supplied. The publication statement </para></editionStmt> 39 Note that here.ac.4. For the corpus header only one such element is specified.</addrLine> <addrLine>Telephone: +44 1865 273221</addrLine> <addrLine>Facsimile: +44 1865 273275</addrLine> <addrLine>Internet mail: natcorp@oucs.4. The extent statement The standard TEI <extent> element is used to specify the size of the whole corpus. The publication statement The standard TEI <publicationStmt> element is used to specify publication and availability information for an electronic text.ox. distinguished by the value for the type attribute. the size in Kbytes is only approximate (and may vary on different operating systems). </extent> The specified size does not include the size of the header itself. As the text specifies. Oxford OX2 6NN U. This element is defined as a renaming of the standard TEI <p> element. as elsewhere. since the <p> element itself has been redefined with a more restrictive content model (see further section 9 (Compatibility issues). element. whereas the sequence “in spite of” counts as three orthographic words. the element <para> is used to structure the textual note within a header element. the name and address given is as follows: <distributor> Oxford University Computing Services </distributor> <address> <addrLine>13 Banbury Road. in the corpus header.3.1. The number of words is calculated according to a simple algorithm which defines words as blank-delimited strings. as further discussed below (8.

availability information For contractual reasons. In the case of a BNC text.1. as in the following example: <availability status="restricted"><para> Available worldwide THIS TEXT IS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD only as part of the British National Corpus at nominal charge FOR ACADEMIC RESEARCH PURPOSES SUBJECT TO A SIGNED END USER LICENCE HAVING BEEN RECEIVED BY OXFORD UNIVERSITY COMPUTING SERVICES. THIS TEXT IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR COMMERCIAL RESEARCH AND EXPLOITATION unless terms have first been agreed with the BNC Consortium Exploitation Committee. It is used both for the filename in which the text is stored and as the value supplied for the id attribute on the <bncDoc> element containing the whole text. the corpus header includes a brief rehearsal of the terms and conditions under which the BNC is made available. Note that the BNC world edition includes only texts for which world rights have been cleared by the BNC Consortium. One of the following two elements available within the <sourceDesc> will be used. to ensure that an End User Licence is in place.2 (The BNC corpus header) below. permission for rights additional to those explicitly given by the licencing arrangements in place should be sought from the BNC Consortium in the first instance. The source description The second identifier (of type old) is the old-style mnemonic or numeric code attached to BNC texts in early releases of the corpus.1 (The recording statement)). newspaper etc.. Distribution of any part of the corpus under the terms of the Licence must include a copy of the corpus header. and used to label original printed source materials in the BNC Archive.40 8. which has granted permission for its inclusion in the corpus. which is likely to have a file name similar to "corphdr" or "CORPHDR". either as a series of paragraphs or as a formally structured recording element (8. Apply in the first instance to Oxford University Computing Services. If no such agency is named. as appropriate: <recordingStmt> describes a set of recordings used in transcription of a spoken text. The source description The standard TEI <sourceDesc> element is used to supply bibliographic details for the original source material from which an electronic text derives. A similar brief notice is also provided in the same place for each individual text.5. or a recording. date of publication The BNC was first officially published on 24 November 1994.5. Distribution of this corpus text under the terms of the Licence must include this header embodying this notice. this might be a book. as a user. pamphlet. the Terms of the End User Licence are set out in the corpus header. The first three character code (of type bnc) is the standard BNC identifier. The present edition has 31st October 2000 as its official publication date. For your information.1. . this is reproduced in section 11. It is your responsibility. from whom forms and supporting materials are available. 8.5. Permissions grantor for World: CAMRA (imprint) of St Albans </para></availability> Note the inclusion at the end of the notice of the name and address of the agency owning rights in the text concerned.1.

5. a text has been made up by transcribing several different recordings made by a single respondent over a period of time.1..5. as is often the case for the spoken demographic parts of the BNC.1. (8. each such recording will have its own <recording> element.. Attributes include: date specifies the date of the recording dur specifies the duration of the recording.. 8.2 (Structured bibliographic record)) These elements are not used within the corpus header.8.1. in seconds time specifies the time of day when the recording was made. either directly or from a public broadcast. The recording statement The recording statement (<recordingStmt>) element contains one or more <recording> elements. In the following simple example. --> </recordingStmt> . in which only bibliographic sub-elements appear and in a specified order. which simply contains a note about the sources from which the corpus was derived. The recording statement 41 <biblStruct> contains a structured bibliographic citation. as in the following example: <recordingStmt> <recording n="018201" dur="322" date="1991-11-28" time="18:15+" type="Walkman" id="KB7RE000"></recording> <recording n="018202" dur="253" date="1991-11-28" time="18:15+" type="Walkman" id="KB7RE001"></recording> <!-.5.1. defined as follows: <recording> details of a particular audio recording used as the source of a spoken text. the <recording> element has no content at all: <recordingStmt> <recording n="121101" date="1994-02-09" time="11:00" type="DAT"></recording> </recordingStmt> When.. --> <recording n="018207" dur="630" date="1991-11-29" time="10:15+" type="Walkman" id="KB7RE006"></recording> <recording n="018301" dur="75" date="1991-11-29" time="12:15+" type="Walkman" id="KB7RE007"> <!-. typical of most of the ‘context-governed’ parts of the BNC. Context-governed spoken texts derived from broadcast or similar ‘published’ material may have either a recording statement or a bibliographic record as their source..1.. type characterizes the recording in terms of the equipment used to make it. rather than the more complex substructure permitted by the TEI equivalent. The BNC version of this TEI element has two additional attributes (date and time) and it may contain only character data. as deposited with the National Sound Archive in London. Legal values include: DAT recording made on Digital Audio tape Unknown recording equipment or quality unknown Walkman recording made on Walkman The standard TEI global attribute n is used (for this element only) to provide the number of the audio tape holding the original recording. tagged as a <para> (paragraph). The headers of individual texts each contain one of the above elements to specify their source.

<author> or <editor> elements) . subtitles. but if any of them are supplied. names are generally given in canonical form. all BNC <biblStruct> element will contain a <monogr> element holding other elements that describe the item in question. as further described at the end of this section. a generated title or descriptive paraphrase is used. alternative or series titles are not distinguished from the main title. other than by the use of conventional punctuation. In the present edition of the corpus the only value used is pp. At the highest level.42 8. Unlike the TEI equivalent element of the same name. The value given here is used to indicate the recording from which a given part of the text was transcribed. i. they must be in the following order. None of the other components is mandatory. As defined in the TEI. generally enclosed within square brackets. the BNC version has two additional attributes: domicile specifies the author’s domicile. In the BNC. this element has a complex structure designed to support a wide range of standard bibliographic practices.2.2.5. Each recording is transcribed as a distinct <div> (division) element within an <stext>. following the title: • one or more statements of intellectual responsibility (i. with surnames preceding forenames. or a named subdivision of a larger work. As noted above the identifier supplied on the n attribute is quite distinct. In several cases. this may be preceded by an <analytic> element. Structured bibliographic record Note the presence of an id attribute on each of the above recordings. there will be a <div> element starting as follows: <div decls="KB7RE0077"> which will contain the part of text transcribed from that recording. 8. <biblScope> defines the scope of a bibliographic reference.e. <editor> the name of the editor (personal or corporate) for a work. <imprint> groups information relating to the publication or distribution of a bibliographic item.1. where available.1.e. Thus. At least one <monogr> element must be present in a <biblStruct> element. as established for the purposes of the BNC “Britishness” test. born specifies the author’s year of birth. including any alternative titles or subtitles. Attributes include: type identifies the type of information conveyed by the element. its structure is restricted as further described below.5. with its identifier supplied as the value of a decls attribute. <author> the name of an author (personal or corporate) of a work. for example as a list of page numbers. and specifies the original tape on which the recording was made. In a few cases. It may contain the following elements: <title> the title or chief name of a work. Structured bibliographic record The standard TEI <biblStruct> element is used to record bibliographic information for each non-spoken component of the BNC. In the current version of the corpus. in the body of the text from which the above example was taken. A <title> element must be present and is always given first. this must be given first. page numbers.

1. For published texts at least one <imprint> element is supplied. Structured bibliographic record • one or more <imprint> elements 43 The n attribute is used with both <author> and <imprint> elements to supply a six-letter code identifying the author or imprint concerned. <date> date of publication of the edition transcribed.5.8. the source for the text is a single article which was published in a collection with a different title and author: <biblStruct> <analytic> <title>Damages on death</title> <author n="SauntT1">Saunt. In the following example. containing the following elements in the order given: <publisher> name of a publisher. a <monogr> element may be preceded by an <analytic>element. The values used should be unique across the corpus.2. usually given in normalized format. Attributes include: value specifies standard value for this date in ISO 8601 format The following example demonstrates how these elements are used to record bibliographic details for a typical book: <biblStruct> <monogr> <title>It might have been Jerusalem. but this is not validated by the current release of the DTD. <pubPlace> place of publication. Thomas</author> <imprint n="POLYGO1"> <publisher>Polygon Books</publisher> <pubPlace>Edinburgh</pubPlace> <date value="1991">1991</date> </imprint> <biblScope type="pp">1-81</biblScope> </monogr> </biblStruct> The following example is typical of the case where a collection of leaflets or newsletters has been treated as a single text: <biblStruct> <monogr> <title>[Potato Marketing Board leaflets]</title> <imprint n="POTATO1"> <publisher>Potato Marketing Board</publisher> <pubPlace>London</pubPlace> <date value="1991">1991</date> </imprint> </monogr> </biblStruct> As noted above. Note that this may not be the same as the date specified by the <creation> element. Thomas</author> </analytic> . The <analytic> element is used on a few occasions where the item encoded as a single text in the BNC is in fact only a part of a larger bibliographic item. </title> <author n="HealyT1" domicile="Scotland">Healy.

This level of bibliographic description has not been carried out with complete consistency across the current release of the corpus. David</editor> <title>Damages for personal injury and death</title> <edition> (5th edition). It also contains reference information used throughout the corpus.44 8.2. 8. <tagsDecl> provides detailed information about the tagging applied to a corpus text. <classDecl> contains a series of <category> elements.1. </edition> <imprint n="LONGMA1"> <publisher>Longman Group UK Ltd</publisher> <pubPlace>Harlow</pubPlace> <date value="1993">1993</date> </imprint> <biblScope type="pp">52-68</biblScope> </monogr> </biblStruct> Where ‘series’ information is available for a given title.2. The encoding description The second major component of the TEI header is the encoding description (<encodingDesc>). as further described in the BNC Design Documentation.2. In the BNC. with the exception of the <tagsDecl> element which is also given in the individual text headers. usually preceded by a colon.2 (The BNC corpus header) below. organization and results of the BNC project. defining the classification codes used for texts within the corpus. <list> <item id="SD000"><para> Published: chosen selectively from candidate population </para></item> . This contains information about the relationship between an encoded text and its original source and describes the editorial and other principles employed throughout the corpus. 8. <refsDecl> specifies how canonical references are constructed for a text. The standard TEI <encodingDesc> element has the following six components: <projectDesc> describes in detail the purpose for which an electronic file was encoded. Note that information about which policy resulted in the selection of a particular text is not available. It is reproduced in section 11. together with any other relevant information concerning the process by which it was assembled or collected. Instead the series title is given as part of the monographic title. <samplingDecl> contains a prose description of the rationale and methods used in sampling texts in the creation of the corpus. <editorialDecl> provides details of editorial principles and practices applied during the encoding of a text. this is not normally tagged distinctly.1. The policies are summarized below. one of each of these elements appears in the corpus header. Documentary components of the encoding description The <projectDesc> element for the corpus gives a brief description of the goals. Documentary components of the encoding description <monogr> <editor>Kemp. The <samplingDecl> element for the corpus reads as follows: <samplingDecl> <para>Different parts of the BNC were constructed using different sampling policies.

8. The following table summarizes the codes used in the present version of the corpus: CN000 Errors tagged with <sic> when seen. . In either case it consists of a number of <tagUsage> elements. The values given for the id attribute on each <item> will be specified in the list of identifier values supplied as the value for the target attribute of the <catRef> element prefixed to a particular text’s header. For example. together with a brief description of its function.2. occurs the number of occurrences of this element within the text. it is used to list every element name actually used within the corpus. the header of a spoken demographic text will include a <catRef> element like the following: <catref target=’. An exactly equivalent method is used to indicate the various editorial practices applicable in different portion of the corpus.. SD003 . normalisation with <corr> CN002 Normalized to standard British English or control list member CN004 Corrections and normalizations applied silently HN000 Smart elision of line-end hyphens. it is used to specify the number of elements actually tagged within each text. The tagging declaration <item id="SD001"><para> Published: chosen at random from candidate population </para></item> <item id="SD002"><para> Unpublished: chosen according to relevant design criteria </para></item> <item id="SD003"><para> Spoken: obtained from demographic sample of UK population </para></item> <item id="SD004"><para> Spoken: obtained in context determined by design criteria </para></item></list></para></samplingDecl> 45 The declaration contains an introductory paragraph (tagged with the standard TEI <p> — renamed as <para> — element) followed by a list„ each item of which defines a different sampling strategy used in the corpus.2. true hyphens hand-reinstated HN002 Line-end hyphens removed by hand where appropriate HN003 Source material contains no line-end hyphens QN000 Open and close quote normalized to &bquo. each item of which has an identifying code which is subsequently referenced via the decls attribute on the <div> or <text> element to which that editorial practice applies. 8.. In text headers.’> where the dots indicate other declarations applicable to this text. no normalization CN001 Errors tagged with <sic> if seen.2 (The BNC corpus header) below. In the corpus header...2. The list of practices is given in an <editorialDecl> element. &rehy used for remainder HN001 Dumb elision of line-end hyphens. The tagging declaration The standard tagging declaration (<tagsDecl>) element is used slightly differently in corpus and in text headers.2. reproduced in section 11. Attributes include: gi the name (generic identifier) of the element indicated by the tag. defined as follows: <tagUsage> supplies information about the usage of a specific element within a <text>. &equo QN001 Open and close quote normalized to &quo QN002 Quotation may be represented using <shift> SN000 Segmentation carried out by CLAWS5.

as in the following extract: <tagUsage gi="div4"> Written text division. It takes the following form <refsDecl> <para>Canonical references in the British National Corpus are to text segment (&lt. element containing the target text. and indicates the number of such elements which appear within the text. <category> contains an individual descriptive category or feature-value pair.3. and are constructed by taking the value of the n attribute of the &lt. . the <tagUsage> elements are empty. The reference and classification declarations The <refsDecl> element for the corpus header defines the approved format for references to the corpus. </para></refsDecl> The standard TEI <classDecl> element is used in the BNC Corpus Header to formally define the text classication scheme applied to the corpus. each representing a particular textual classification feature and a value for that feature. In text headers.s&gt.3. followed by the value of the n attribute of the target &lt.cdif&gt. but the occurs attribute is always supplied.46 8. taken from a typical written text: <tagsdecl> <tagsDecl> <tagUsage gi="body" occurs="1"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="c" occurs="4649"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="caption" occurs="77"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="div1" occurs="2"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="div2" occurs="10"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="div3" occurs="49"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="gap" occurs="1"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="head" occurs="55"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="hi" occurs="50"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="item" occurs="26"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="list" occurs="4"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="note" occurs="3"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="p" occurs="378"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="pb" occurs="65"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="ptr" occurs="79"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="s" occurs="1713"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="sic" occurs="1"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="text" occurs="1"></tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="w" occurs="40394"></tagUsage> </tagsDecl> 8. element. as in the following example.) elements.2. level 4 </tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="event"> Non-verbal event in spoken text </tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="gap"> Point where source material has omitted </tagUsage> <tagUsage gi="head"> Header or headline in written text </tagUsage> . and the particular codes within it. the occurs attribute is not supplied. The reference and classification declarations In the corpus header. each <tagUsage> element contains a brief description of the element specified by its <gi> element. It consists of a set of <category> elements.2.s&gt. and concatenating a dot separator.

thought</catDesc> </category> <category id="wridom9"> <catDesc>Informative: leisure</catDesc> </category> </category> The <catDesc> element contained by the outer <category> element here (that with identifier wridom) is understood to apply also to each <catDesc> contained by each of its constituent (daughter) <category> elements. pure science</catDesc> </category> <category id="wridom3"> <catDesc>Informative: applied science</catDesc> </category> <category id="wridom4"> <catDesc>Informative: social science</catDesc> </category> <category id="wridom5"> <catDesc>Informative: world affairs</catDesc> </category> <category id="wridom6"> <catDesc>Informative: commerce &amp. wriaty1 wridom4. as described above. the header of a written text assigned to the social science domain which has a corporate author will include a <catRef> element like the following: <catref target=’.3.3. Thus... The category descriptions applicable to a given text are specified by the <catRef> element within its header.8. For example. That is. the full description for category wridom3 is “Domain for written corpus texts : informative: natural science”. . A full list of all category codes. Information about the classification and categorization of an individual text is held within the <textClass> element discussed below (8.5 (Text classification)) 8. which has the following components: <creation> contains information about the creation of a text. The profile description 47 <catDesc> describes some category within a taxonomy or text typology.. the following <category> elements appear within the BNC <classDecl> element in the header: <category id="wridom"> <catDesc>Domain for written corpus texts</catDesc> <category id="wridom1"> <catDesc>Imaginative</catDesc> </category> <category id="wridom2"> <catDesc>Informative: natural &amp.’> The dots above represent the identifiers of all other category codes applicable to this text. and the numbers of texts so classified in the current release of the corpus is provided in section 10.. The profile description The third component of the TEI header is the profile description (<profileDesc>) element. in the form of a brief prose description. finance</catDesc> </category> <category id="wridom7"> <catDesc>Informative: arts</catDesc> </category> <category id="wridom8"> <catDesc>Informative: belief &amp.8 (Text and genre classification codes). Its target lists the identifiers of all <category> elements applicable to that text.3.

3. 8. The creation element This element is provided to record the date of first publication of individual published texts. In its basic structure it is close to the element defined by the TEI but it has been modified to include some more specific elements provided for the BNC. dialects etc. For other written works.3. Long passages in these languages. the language usage element occurs only in the corpus header. The participant description The participant description (<particDesc>) element is used to provide information about speakers of texts transcribed for the BNC. this will be the same as the date of the recording. it will normally be the date of first publication. thesaurus. <settingDesc> describes the setting or settings within which a language interaction takes place. fragments. occur within the corpus where these may be represented using a Latin alphabet. The <langUsage> element Unlike the other elements of the profile description. </langUsage> 8. and any details concerning the origination of any spoken or written texts.3.1. It is supplied in every text header. .3. etc. represented within a text. Words. For a spoken text. <textClass> groups information which describes the nature or topic of a text in terms of a standard classification scheme. These elements are all used in the BNC. such as textbooks. although the details provided vary. The participant description <langUsage> describes the languages.3. </creation> For imaginative works. a date (tagged with the standard <date> element) will be included. nor are alternate writing system definitions used.3. and passages from many other languages. as further described in the following sections. 8.2. are generally silently deleted. It appears both within the corpus header. the creation date is also the date used to classify the text (by means of the writim category). In no case is the lang attribute used to indicate the language of a word. sublanguages. registers. Here are two typical examples: <creation><date>1992-02-11</date>: </creation> <creation><date>1971</date>: originally published by Jonathan Cape. whether or not covered elsewhere. but the original date will also be recorded within the <creation> element. It contains the following text: <langUsage> The language of the British National Corpus is modern British English. phrase or passage. and also within individual spoken text headers to define the participants specific to those texts. to define the generic “unknown participant”. As a minimum. where known. for a written text. this gives the date the content of this text was first created.48 8. <particDesc> describes the identifiable participants in a linguistic interaction together with their relationships. the date used to classify the text will be that of the edition described in the <sourceDesc>. and material in other languages. which are likely to have been extensively revised since their first publication. both ancient and modern.

6 (Regional codes). The person element 49 It contains a series of <person> elements describing the participants whose speech is transcribed in this text. Possible values are listed in section 10. dialect specifies any dialect spoken by the participant. Possible values are: m f u 0 1 2 3 4 5 X male female unknown or inapplicable Under 15 years 15 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 to 44 years 45 to 59 years Over 59 years Unknown age specifies the age group to which the participant belongs.6 (Regional codes).3.1. Legal values are: AB C1 C2 DE UU AB (top or middle management. Possible values are listed in section 10. followed by an optional <particLinks> element describing any relationships or links amongst them. Although a given individual will always have the same identifier within a single text. The person element Each <person> element describes a single participant in a language interaction and may take one or more of the following attributes: id (mandatory) supplies a unique code used to identify this speaker and their utterances in the transcription. Possible values are: flang specifies the first language or mother tongue of the participant. 8.3.3. The global id attribute is required for each participant whose speech is included in a text.1. there is no way of identifying the same individual appearing . sex specifies the sex of the participant. supervisory or clerical) C2 (skilled manual) DE (semi-skilled or unskilled) Class unknown educ specifies the age at which the participant ceased full-time education.8. and its value is unique within the corpus. soc specifies the social class of the participant. role specifies the role of this participant with respect to the respondent. as specified by the respondent. administrative or professional) C1 (junior management. Possible values are: 0 1 2 3 4 X Still in education Left school aged 14 or under Left school aged 15 or 16 Left school aged 17 or 18 Education continued until age 19 or over Information not available resp (for spoken demographic participants only) specifies the identifier of the respondent in whose data this participant’s interactions are recorded.3. as specified by the respondent.

“EN-CAN” is English as spoken in Canada. dialect characterization of the person’s dialect.3. the following extra elements are also provided for this purpose: age specified more exactly than by the age attribute. seen from the point of view of the active participant in a directed relationship. In each case. Where available.2. A full list of codes used and their meanings is given in section 10. Attributes include: active identifies the “active” participants in a directed relationship. Thus “EN-GBR” is English as spoken in the United Kingdom. It has not been normalized. Legal values are: Y the relationship is mutual . enclosed within a <para> element. which groups respondents into age bands. name a proper name used for the person. For this reason.6 (Regional codes). or all the participants in a mutual one. The value for the dialect attribute is also a three-letter code taken from a local extension to ISO 3166. Here is a typical example from the demographic part of the corpus: <person age="0" dialect="XLO" id="PS5A1" role="self" sex="m" soc="C2"> <name>Terry</name> <age>14</age> <occupation>student</occupation> <dialect>London</dialect></person> Here is a typical example from the context-defined part of the corpus: <person age="X" educ="X" id="PS2AY" n="W0003" sex="m" soc="UU"> <name>Frank Harasikwa</name> <occupation>politician</occupation> <para>Euro candidate presenting self for selection</para></person> 8. are represented using the standard TEI <relation> element which has the following description and attributes: <relation> describes any kind of relationship or linkage amongst a specified group of participants.2. mutual indicates whether the relationship holds equally amongst all participants.3. optionally suffixed by a three-letter country code taken from ISO 3166.3. any additional information about a participant will be provided as text within the <person> element. occupation characterization of the person’s occupation. In the BNC DTD. and “FR-FRA” is French as spoken in France. desc supplies a name for the relationship.3.50 8. The particLinks element in different texts. The particLinks element Relationships between participants. all demographically sampled conversations collected by a single respondent are treated together as a single text. The value for the flang attribute consists of a two-letter language code taken from ISO 639 (normally EN for English). where specified. the information provided is that given by the respondent and is taken from the log books issued to all participants in the demographic part of the corpus.

51 A list of the different types of relationship identified amongst participants is given in section 10. The following attributes are used in the BNC: who supplies the identifiers of the participants at this setting. using the following additional elements: <name> contains a place name. The setting description The TEI <settDesc> element is used to document the context within which a spoken text takes place. usually prefixed by the name of the English county in which it is located. <setting> describes one particular setting in which a language interaction takes place.4. For a mutual relationship. 8. The roles applicable to a directed relationship are arbitrarily classed here as either active or passive. Following the TEI Guidelines. and directed relationships. both active and passive attributes will be supplied. Bears an additional attribute: spont indicates the degree of spontaneity associated with the activity as either H (high) M (medium) or L (low) Some typical examples follow: <setting n="020901" who=’PS000 DCJPS000 DCJPS001’> <name>Essex: Harlow </name> <locale> Harlow College</locale> <activity spont="M"> A’level lecture </activity> </setting> . For example. a park bench etc. for example a room. relation information is provided in this form only for the context-governed participants. while “employee” or “wife” would be classed as directed. in which all participants are on an equal footing. <activity> contains a brief informal description of what a participant in a language interaction is doing other than speaking. The relationships between participants in the demographicallysampled part of the corpus are indicated by the role attribute as discussed above. and contains one or more <setting> elements for each distinct recording. these attributes take as value a list of the identifiers of the <person> elements understood to be involved in the relationship concerned. In either case. for a directed one.7 (Relationship codes). The content of each <setting> element supplies additional details about the place. The setting description N the relationship is directed passive identifies the “passive” participants in a directed relationship. if anything. It appears once in the header of each spoken text.8. the relationships “colleague” or “spouse” would be classed as mutual.3. A relationship such as “sister” may or may not be directed. time of day. <locale> contains a brief informal description of the nature of a place.4. a restaurant.3. we distinguish between mutual relationships. depending on whether it obtains between two women or between a man and a women. in which the roles of the participants are typically described differently. In the current edition of the corpus. only the active attribute will be supplied. id supplies a unique identifier for this setting. and other activities going on. n supplies the identifier used for the <recording> element corresponding with this setting.

Attributes include: target identifies all the categories concerned.g. In particular. Its target attribute contains values for each of the classification codes listed in the following table and defined in the corpus header. It is of course possible to classify the texts in many other ways. each of which is tagged as a <term> element. using the following elements: <catRef> specifies one or more defined categories within some taxonomy or text typology. In the first release of the BNC. Text classification The TEI provides a number of ways in which classification or text-type information may be specified for a text.5. and are thus often inconsistent or even misleading.52 <setting id="KDFSE002" n="063505" who=’PS0M6’> <name>Lancashire: Morecambe </name> <locale> at home </locale> <activity spont="H"> watching television </activity> </setting> 8. <classCode> contains the code used for this text in an externally-defined classification system: in this release of the BNC. though it does serve to identify broadly distinct sub-parts of the corpus for investigation. pending a more thorough revision.3. In this edition of the BNC.8 (Text and genre classification codes) below. which appears once in the header of each text. Text classification 8. The reader is also cautioned that. although an attempt has been made in the current edition of the corpus to correct the more egregious classification errors noted in the first edition. and no claim is made that this method is universally applicable or even generally useful. In each case. by reference to some other predefined classification system. unquestionably many errors and inconsistencies remain. as further discussed elsewhere. alltim) identifying the category (e. They have been retained unchanged in the present version of the BNC. A <catRef> element is provided in the header of each text.3.2. grouped together within a <textClass> element. <keywords> contains a list of keywords or phrases identifying the topic or nature of a text. "date"). It contains the code assigned to this text in David Lee’s genre-based analysis carried out at Lancaster University since publication of the first edition of the BNC. a second set of keywords has been supplied for the majority of written texts. the words or phrases used are those which seemed useful to the data preparation agency concerned. A list of the values used is given in section 10.g. These keywords are also tagged using a <keywords> element. followed by a single digit indicating a value for that category. These terms were not taken from any particular descriptive thesaurus or closed vocabulary. This taxonomy is that originally defined for selection and description of texts during the design of the corpus. tagged within the <keywords> element.5. the categories wrilev (perceived level of difficulty) and wrista (estimated circulation size) were incorrectly differentiated during the preparation of the corpus and cannot be relied on. most texts were assigned a set of descriptive keywords. but with . or by an open set of keywords. the genre codes defined by David Lee are used. All three methods are used in the BNC. A <classCode> element is also provided for every text in the corpus. The value 0 is always used to indicate missing or unknown values.3 (The reference and classification declarations)). Classifications may be represented using references to internally defined classications provided in the <classCode> element (such as the BNC classification scheme described in section 8. the classification code consists of an alphabetic prefix (e. Thus the code alltim1 indicates “dated 1960-1974”.

Corpus . CDIF . COPAC uses a well-defined controlled list of keywords for its subject indexing. indicating that the terms so tagged are derived from a different source. Like other public access catalogue systems. a <respStmt>. the following steps are taken: • a <change> element is added to the <revisionDesc> of the text affected • the update attribute of the text header is changed to the date of the change • the value of the status attribute of the text header is set to “update” 9. Here is an example showing how one text (BND) is classified in each of these three ways: <textClass> <catRef target="alltim3 allava2 alltyp3 wriaag0 wriad0 wriase3 wriaty2 wriaud3 wridom8 wrilev2 wrimed1 wripp5 wrisam1 wrista2 writas3"> <classCode scheme="DLee">W_religion</classCode> <keywords scheme="COPAC"> <term>Marriage . The revision description The revision description (<revisionDesc>) element is the fourth and final element in the standard TEI header. Compatibility issues 53 a value for the source attribute of COPAC.Christian viewpoints</term></keywords> <keywords> <term>Christian guide to marriage</term> </keywords> </textClass> 8. and a <para> element.ac. Compatibility issues The first version of the BNC was released slightly in advance of the publication of the TEI’s definitive Recommendations.4. it consists of a series of <change> elements. each containing a <date>.Christianity</term> <term>Marriage .Religious aspects . and over a year before publication of the Corpus Encoding Standard. details of which are not further given here. Although all three standards have much in common (in particular. The source used is a major online library catalogue service (see http://www.uk).9. In the BNC.copac. from which we have taken the subject keywords provided for each title identifiable as forming part of the BNC. A new <change> element was added at the start of the list for each major change made in the text or header during preparation of the current edition of the corpus. Here is the start of a typical example: <change><date>2000-09-01</date> <respStmt><resp>ed</resp><name>OUCS</name></respStmt> <para>Check all tagcounts</para></change> <change><date>2000-06-23</date> <respStmt><resp>ed</resp><name>OUCS</name></respStmt> <para>Resequenced s-units and added headers</para></change> <change><date>2000-01-29</date> <respStmt><resp>ed</resp><name>OUCS</name></respStmt> <para>Revised participant details</para></change> <change><date>10-jan-1994</date> <respstmt><resp>made header</resp><name>DD</resp></respstmt> </change> When any significant change is made to any component of the corpus.

more significantly. • to exclude from the TEI DTD some elements which are redefined. Differences between the BNC DTD and TEI Document Interchange Format . along with the DTD derived from them.dtd.ent"> <!ENTITY % TEI. or with differing attribute lists.1. 9.ent consists of a number of SGML parameter entity definitions. either with a stricter content model. Taking these in turn. which over-ride the definitions provided in the TEI DTD itself.54 9. rather than to ensure that any CES or TEI conformant document would also be BNC conformant. a TEI conformant document will begin as follows: <!DOCTYPE TEI. Full details of the procedure are given in chapter 3 of the TEI Guidelines.general "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI. • to provide alternative names for some standard TEI elements. and some. some 114 standard TEI elements are excluded from the DTD by means of parameter entity declarations like the following: .1. In the present release of the Corpus. they are not identical.dtd" [ <!ENTITY % TEI. The file bncMods. while retaining as far as possible a degree of compatibility with CDIF. and any redundant declarations removed.the BNC’s own initial DTD.2 SYSTEM "tei2. and the additional tagsets for language corpora and analysis. The present section describes their content informally.dtd"> ] ]> This file can be compiled to form a one file version of the DTD. The DTD described elsewhere in this document makes use of several elements already defined in other TEI tagsets.extensions. in particular the base tag sets for prose and for spoken texts. This necessarily involved some modification of the original tagging of the corpus. called here bncMods. The objective was to ensure that a document which conformed to the BNC’s DTD would also conform to either of the other two standards. Differences between the BNC DTD and TEI The present version of the BNC document type declaration (DTD) can be expressed as a set of extensions against the standard TEI dtd. To combine all of these with the extension files mentioned above. Copies of these files are included in the present release. in the BNC DTD. Essentially.analysis "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI. the former containing definitions of parameter entities needed for this set of extensions.extensions. using software such as the TEI PizzaChef. was influential in the design of the other two). which is detailed in this section. the procedure requires the definition of two ‘extension’ files. Several elements are named differently. in which all parameter references have been resolved. These declarations have the following effects: • to exclude from the DTD a large number of standard TEI elements which are not actually used in the BNC DTD.ent and bncMods. have different content models or attributes. using the extension mechanism recommended by that standard.ent SYSTEM "bncMods.corpora "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI.dtd SYSTEM "bncMods. and the latter containing the actual SGML element and attribute definitions which make up the required modifications. • to specify the location within the TEI class system of some elements not defined in the TEI DTD.spoken "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI.prose "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI. considerable effort has been made to improve compatibility of the BNC DTD with TEI and with CES.

<stdVals>. <when>. <gloss>. <docTitle>. <xptr>. Summary of differences between TEI and BNC TEI Element <TEI. <metDecl>. <factuality>. <scriptStmt>. <correction>. <expan>. <byline>. Four elements in the TEI DTD are given different names in the BNC DTD. the TEI element <speaker> is renamed <spkr>. <abbr>. <docImprint>. <spanGrp>. <epigraph>. <joinGrp>.dtd. <biblFull>. <m>. <constitution>.2 "bncDoc"> n. <street>. <notesStmt>. For example. <seg>. <div0>. <num>. <titlePage>. <postCode>. <segmentation>. <interp>.TEI. <div7>. added attributes Simplified content model redefined to use endtag and shortref minimization New element Changed content model New element .2 "bnc"> n. <emph>. <cb>. <div5>. <timeRange>. <cl>. <q>. <back>. Their effects are summarized in the following table. <rendition>. <soCalled>. <argument>. <step>. <docEdition>. <hyphenation>. <residence>. <state>. <seriesStmt>. The declarations below effect this and the other renamings required. <xref>. <channel>. <purpose>. <dateline>. <titlePart>. <equipment>. <symbol>. <education>. Table 19.1. which have the effect of removing the existing definitions for 22 TEI elements which are to be redefined. <join>. <link>. <opener>. <series>. renamed as bncDoc Simplified content model. <broadcast>. <divGen>. <index>. <orig>. <affiliation>. <group>. <preparedness>. <meeting>. <mentioned>.9. added attribute New element New element Simplified content model. <headItem>. <headLabel>. <writing>. <reg>. by changing the value of the relevant parameter entity: <!ENTITY <!ENTITY <!ENTITY <!ENTITY % % % % n. bncExtn. <docDate>. <time>. <trailer>. <linkGrp>. <div6>.. <firstLang>. <personGrp>. <milestone>.. <del>. <textDesc>. <phr>. <postBox>. <interpretation>. <derivation>. <funder>. <fsdDecl>. <front>. along with definitions for some new elements not otherwise available. <anchor>. <normalization>. --> <!ENTITY % xref "IGNORE"> The following is a complete list of standard TEI elements excluded in this way: <ab>. The redefinitions are provided in the second of the two BNC extension files.. <cit>. <dateRange>. <alt>.ent file contains IGNORE declarations like those above. <principal>. <measure>. <foreign>. <domain>. <interpGrp>. <distinct>. <signed>.teiCorpus. <kinesic>. <socecStatus>. <span>. <altG1rp>. <quotation>.2> <activity> <age> <align> <author> <body> <c> <caption> <change> <dialect> Difference in BNC dtd Changed content model to allow either text or stext. <authority>. <birth>.p "para"> n. <sponsor>. <rs>.speaker "spkr"> The next part of the bncExtns. Differences between the BNC DTD and TEI 55 <!ENTITY % ab "IGNORE"> <!-. <docAuthor>. <variantEncoding>. <add>.

divtop "align|"> x. 9.0. there are six elements defined in the BNC DTD which do not appear in the TEI DTD.ent file have that effect: <!ENTITY <!ENTITY <!ENTITY <!ENTITY % % % % x.2. added attributes Simplified content model Mandatory attribute made optional Changed content model New element Simplified content model New element Simplified content model. added attributes New element Changed content model to disallow mixed content Simplified content model. Differences between the BNC DTD and CDIF Changed content model. For an explanation of the mechanisms used above. elements whose attributes have changed. Differences between the BNC DTD and CDIF This section lists significant differences between the current BNC DTD and CDIF 1.56 <div> <div1> <div2> <div3> <div4> <item> <loc> <p> <person> <poem> <quote> <recording> <s> <shift> <sp> <stext> <text> <trunc> <unclear> <w> 9.chunk "p|"> x. and elements whose content has been changed in such a way that CDIF-conformant files will not parse against the new DTD.seg "trunc|"> Detailed discussion of the extension mechanism and general conformance issues relating to the use of the TEI is given in chapters 28 and 29 of the TEI Guidelines and is not further discussed here. The following CDIF elements have been given different names: • <avail> is now <availability> • <biblscop> is now <biblScope> • <biblstr> is now <biblStruct> • <bibnote> is now <note> • <clasdecl> is now <classDecl> • <corr> is now an <item> within <encodingDesc> • <editdecl> is now <editorialDecl> . The following declarations in the bncMods. added attributes redefined to use endtag and shortref minimization Finally.common "caption|poem|unclear|"> x. the detailed presentation of the general organization of the TEI DTD provided in chapter 3 of the Guidelines may also be helpful.2. as mentioned above. specific to speech Simplified content model Simplified content model Simplified content model Simplified content model Changed to disallow mixed content New element New simplified element (TEI p is renamed para) Simplified content model. It lists elements whose names have been changed. These must be added to the appropriate element class in the TEI content model.

respStmt+. In the following list. classDecl*. Table 20. tagsDecl?. tagsDecl?. para*) (pubPlace | publisher | date | biblScope)* (para | language)+ <imprint> <langusg> . respStmt*) | para+) projectDesc*. clasDecl?) (pubPlace | name | date)+ #PCDATA BNC model (addrLine+ | (name | postBox | postCode | street)*) (para)* (date. editorialDecl*. CDIF elements whose content model has changed element <address> <avail> <change> <clasdecl> <editdecl> <ednstmt> <encDesc> CDIF model #PCDATA #PCDATA (date.para) (taxonomy+) (para+) ((edition. formerly present on its parent <setting> <sic>. we specify only those elements where an element conforming to the CDIF model would not also conform to the BNC model. refsDecl+. samplingDecl*.9.2. (sampDecl|editDecl)*. respStmt+) (category+) (corr | quot | hyph | segm | trans)+ #PCDATA (projDesc. refsDecl*. and <corr> have all acquired attributes resp (rather than ed) <corr> and <sic> no longer have a cause attribute <gap> has acquired the attribute reason (in place of cause) the complete attribute has been removed from <text> and <stext> <w> has a different set of values for its type attribute The content models for elements in the BNC DTD are generally less restrictive than those of CDIF. Differences between the BNC DTD and CDIF • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • <ednstmt> is now <editionStmt> <encdesc> is now <encodingDesc> <header> is now <teiHeader> <hyph> is now an <item> within <encodingDesc> <partics> is now <particDesc> <profdesc> is now <profileDesc> <projdesc> is now <projectDesc> <pubstmt> is now <publicationStmt> <quot> is now an <item> within <encodingDesc> <rec> is now <recording> <recstmt> is now <recordingStmt> <reg> is now <corr> <relation> is now <particLinks> <revdesc> is now <revisionDesc> <segm> is now an <item> within <encodingDesc> <settdesc> is now <settingDesc> <srcdesc> is now <sourceDesc> <titstmt> is now <titleStmt> <txtclass> is now <textClass> 57 The following elements have significantly different attributes • • • • • • <activity> has acquired the attribute spont. <gap>.

Miscellaneous code tables (head?. with a brief description of each • 10. chiefly on <hi> elements. particLinks?)) #PCDATA (para)+ #PCDATA (para)+ #PCDATA (para)+ (locName?. (bibNote | idno | biblScop)* 10. (edition.3 (Division types) lists all values actually used in the corpus for the type attribute on division elements (<div1>.1 (Elements defined by the BNC DTD) lists all SGML elements used in the corpus.) • 10. to indicate changes in voice quality for spoken texts • 10. as specified in the <relation> element in the header • 10. . (note | meeting)*.2 (Character entities defined by the BNC DTD) lists all SGML entities used in the corpus.4 (Rendition codes) lists all values used in the corpus for the r (rendition) attribute. as specified in the <person> element in the header • 10. (imprint | extent | biblScope)*) (person+. imprint*. title+. item)*)) ((((author | editor | respStmt)+. (p | l | lg | poem | stage | note | poem | quote)* ) +(stage) note | caption)+) ( (p|sp|bibl | caption | list | note | (body) +(gap | lb | milestone | pb | poem | quote)*.2 (The BNC corpus header).7 (Relationship codes) lists the codes used to identify relationships documented between participants.e. a list of ‘non-orthographic words’ recognized by the CLAWS system (i.6 (Regional codes) lists the codes used to identify regional origins of participants. The following code tables are provided: • 10.5 (Voice quality codes) lists all values used in the corpus for the new attribute on the <shift> element. with a brief description of each • 10. to indicate typographic rendering of the source • 10. (div1)*) +(gap | lb | ptr) loc | pb | ptr) <partics> <projdesc> <refsdecl> <sampdecl> <setting> <sp> <text> 10. used to specify the linguistic category for all <w> and <c> elements In addition. item)+) title+. (p | sp | bibl | caption | list | (spkr?. (editor | respStmt)*)*. (author | respStmt)*. respStmt?)*. The list of text classification codes present in the first edition of this document is now included only as part of the presentation of the corpus header in section 11. (editor | respStmt)*) | (title+. (author | editor | respStmt)*))?. (label?. locale?. Miscellaneous code tables This section consists of a series of tables identifying a number of codes used in various aspects of the corpus and its encoding. (item* | (label. relation* ) (para+ | (person+.9 (Word class codes) lists all part of speech codes in the C5 tagset. <div2> etc.58 <list> <monogr> (head*. (edition. multiword items and clitics) which was included in this section in the first edition of this document is now available in the accompanying Manual to accompany The British National Corpus (Version 2) with Improved Word-class Tagging by Geoffrey Leech and Nicholas Smith. imprint. activity?) (para+ | (name | date | locale | activity)*) (spkr*.

1. Elements defined by the BNC DTD The following list gives a brief description of each element defined in the BNC document type definition (DTD). Elements defined by the BNC DTD 59 10. <activity> (H) participants’ activity during recording <address> (H) postal or other address <align> alignment map for synchronizing overlap points (3461) <analytic> (H) analytic bibliographic entry <author> (H) author in bibliographic entry <avail> (H) availability code for file <bibl> loosely structured bibliographic reference (1037) <biblScope> (H) page range within bibliographic entry <biblStruct> (H) structured bibliographic entry <bnc> the BNC itself <bncDoc> an individual text in the BNC <body> the body of a written text in the BNC (3136) <c> a punctuation mark (13620069) <caption> a floating heading or caption (89935) <catDesc> (H) description of a category <category> (H) a category-value pair <catRef> (H) category codes applicable to a text <change> (H) change note <classDecl> (H) description of classification scheme <corr> editorial correction (8323) <creation> (H) information about creation of a text <date> (H) a date <classCode> (H) externally-defined classification code for a text <div> any subdivision of a spoken text (3779) <div1> first-level subdivision of a written text (84777) <div2> second-level subdivision of a written text (72697) <div3> third-level subdivision of a written text (38122) <div4> fourth-level subdivision of a written text (12506) <editorialDecl> (H) descriptions of editorial policies <edition> (H) edition in a bibliographic entry <editionStmt> (H) information about a particular edition <encodingDesc> (H) encoding description <event> non-verbal event within a spoken text (6565) <extent> (H) size of a corpus text <fileDesc> (H) documentation of an electronic text <gap> a spot where part of source text has been omitted (95959) <head> any form of heading or title (222876) <hi> typographically highlighted phrase (210927) <idno> (H) identifying number for a text <imprint> (H) imprint within a bibliographic entry <item> item within a list (117207) <keyWords> (H) descriptive keywords for topics of a text <l> line of verse (51559) . Descriptions prefixed by “(H)” are for elements which appear only in the text headers.10. Elements are listed in alphabetical order.1. Counts are given for elements occurring within texts.

Elements defined by the BNC DTD <label> label of a list item (65664) <langUsage> (H) description of languages used in a text <lb> line break in printed source (169) <lg> group of verse lines (1) <list> list of items (19758) <loc> synchronisation point within an alignment map (244975) <locale> (H) description of a place where speech recorded <monogr> (H) monographic bibliographic entry <name> (H) name of place where speech recorded <note> note or comment of any kind (17206) <p> paragraph in written text (1515002) <particDesc> (H) description of spoken text participants <pause> noticeable pause in spoken text (217916) <pb> page break in written text (153642) <person> (H) information about a speaker <poem> group of verse lines in a written text (3048) <profileDesc> (H) additional information about a text <projectDesc> (H) background information about BNC project <ptr> link to a displaced element or to synchronisation point (578248) <publicationStmt> (H) publication or distribution information <pubPlace> (H) place of publication within bibliographic entry <quote> quotation from some other work (15221) <recording> (H) information about a single recording <recordingStmt> (H) information about the recordings from which a transcript was made <refsDecl> (H) description of reference system used <reg> an editorial regularization (8363) <relation> (H) relationship between participants in a spoken text <resp> (H) nature of responsibility <respStmt> (H) statement of responsibility in a bibliographic entry <revisionDesc> (H) revision description <s> sentence-like linguistic segment (6053093) <salute> salutation or greeting (444) <samplingDecl> (H) description of sampling policy <settingDesc> (H) description of the settings in which speech occurs <setting> (H) an individual setting in which speech occurs <shift> change in voice quality (36216) <sic> apparently erroneous transcription (7797) <sp> speech in a written text (29858) <spkr> speaker of a speech in a written text (23708) <sourceDesc> (H) description of the source for a text <stage> stage direction in a written text (508) <stext> an individual spoken text (918) <tagsDecl> (H) list of tags used in a particular text <tagUsage> (H) count for a particular tag in a text <teiHeader> meta-information describing a corpus text <term> (H) individual term in a list of keywords <text> an individual written text (3136) .1.60 10.

Greek capital A. macron small a. Greek small beta. macron ampersand small a. acute accent count 51 2145 4 8 772 3 324 232 1237 43 878 20 581 18931 2 5 141 65 919 244 6 967 186 1122 771009 226 2150 186 . ring small a. acute accent small A. Character entities used in the BNC entity Aacute aacute abreve Acirc acirc acute AElig aelig agr Agrave agrave Amacr amacr amp aogon ape Aring aring ast atilde Auml auml Bgr bgr bquo bsol bull cacute description capital A. grave accent small a. breve capital A. system specific values should be supplied for the characters described below.10. The number in parentheses indicates the number of times this entity reference appears in the current version of the corpus. Greek normalized begin quote mark reverse solidus round bullet. filled small c. acute accent small a. Character entities defined by the BNC DTD <title> (H) title within a bibliographic entry <titleStmt> (H) title statement for a text <trans> (H) declaration of transcription policy <trunc> truncated form in a spoken text (52724) <textClass> (H) text classification <u> utterance in a spoken text (775799) <unclear> inaudible or incomprehensible passage in a spoken text (204239) <vocal> non-verbal vocalization in a spoken text (44286) <w> POS-tagged lexical item (97619934) 61 10. dieresis or umlaut mark capital Beta.dtd. equals capital A. dieresis or umlaut mark small a. Character entities defined by the BNC DTD The following list gives a brief description of each character entity used within the text of the BNC. circumflex accent acute accent capital AE diphthong (ligature) small ae diphthong (ligature) small alpha. ogonek approximate.2. in the file BNCents. Table 21. tilde capital A. circumflex accent small a. grave accent capital A. ring asterisk small a. In either case.2. Declarations for these entities may be found either in standard entity sets or from the entity definitions supplied as part of the BNC document type definition.

Greek dieresis divide sign dollar sign small d. grave accent small e.62 Ccaron ccaron Ccedil ccedil ccirc cent check cir circ commat copy darr dash dcaron deg Dgr dgr die divide dollar dstrok dtrif Eacute eacute Ecaron ecaron Ecirc ecirc eegr Egr egr Egrave egrave emacr eogon equals equo eth Euml euml flat formula frac12 frac13 frac14 frac15 frac16 frac17 10. Greek small delta. caron small c. stroke dn tri. circumflex accent small eta. open circumflex accent commercial at copyright sign downward arrow hyphen (true graphic) small d. circumflex accent cent sign tick. caron small e. acute accent small e. ogonek equals sign normalized end quote mark small eth. Greek small epsilon. Greek capital E. grave accent small e. caron capital C. caron capital E. circumflex accent small e.2. Character entities defined by the BNC DTD capital C. acute accent capital E. dieresis or umlaut mark musical flat mathematical formula fraction one-half fraction one-third fraction one-quarter fraction one-fifth fraction one-sixth fraction one-seventh 31 143 17 1320 2 3 13 21 100 189 65 17 1 1 4067 251 151 13 58 24552 18 2 269 16078 2 67 2 718 48 170 207 14 2577 4 6 3 752621 4 15 482 154 6466 2795 68 575 20 6 2 . caron degree sign capital Delta. Icelandic capital E. Greek capital Epsilon. cedilla small c. dieresis or umlaut mark small e. check mark circle. filled capital E. macron small e. cedilla small c.

10. Greek small gamma.2. Greek low line left square bracket capital L. Greek capital L. Greek small i. stroke 63 60 1 50 9 325 5 52 5 1 1 33 7 630 18 33 499 2 8 1102 74 1 77286 2 2 3 1278 21 225 21 2 39 10 15 2306 11 1 507 29 300 2 2 1 345 23 104 134 34752 3 . acute accent capital I. dieresis or umlaut mark small i. Character entities defined by the BNC DTD frac18 frac19 frac23 frac25 frac34 frac35 frac38 frac45 frac47 frac56 frac58 frac78 ft ge Ggr ggr grave Gt gt half hearts hellip horbar hstrok Iacute iacute Icirc icirc iexcl igr igrave imacr infin ins iquest Iuml iuml kgr khgr Lacute lacute larr lcub le lgr lowbar lsqb Lstrok fraction one-eighth fraction one-ninth fraction two-thirds fraction two-fifths fraction three-quarters fraction three-fifths fraction three-eighths fraction four-fifths fraction four-sevenths fraction five-sixths fraction five-eighths fraction seven-eighths feet indicator greater-than-or-equal capital Gamma. acute accent small i. acute accent small l. dieresis or umlaut mark small kappa. circumflex accent small i. stroke capital I. Greek grave accent dbl greater-than sign greater-than sign fraction one-half heart suit symbol ellipsis (horizontal) horizontal bar small h. macron infinity inches indicator inverted question mark capital I. grave accent small i. circumflex accent inverted exclamation mark small iota. Greek small chi. acute accent leftward arrow left curly bracket less-than-or-equal small lambda.

Greek small psi. dieresis or umlaut mark small o. Greek small o.2. grave accent capital Omega. acute accent capital O. Greek capital Phi. caron small n. tilde small o. Greek ohm sign small o. Greek capital N. macron capital O. circumflex accent capital OE ligature small oe ligature capital Omicron. slash capital O. Greek 25 3 2295 275695 1 376 1487 253 21 6 27 2 43489 88 4 771 138 17 1328 7 754 2 55 11 52 73 1 23 15 4 16 304 1 4 344 1284 144 37 95 9 107 198 122 71698 59 128 15 16 . acute accent small o. cedilla en dash small nu. Greek plus sign plus-or-minus sign pound sign double prime or second prime or minute capital Psi. Greek small mu. tilde number sign capital O. stroke double less-than sign less-than sign em dash capital Mu. slash small o. Character entities defined by the BNC DTD small l. Greek small phi. tilde capital O.64 lstrok Lt lt mdash Mgr mgr micro middot nacute natur ncaron ncedil ndash ngr Ntilde ntilde num Oacute oacute Ocirc ocirc OElig oelig Ogr ogr ograve OHgr ohgr ohm omacr Oslash oslash Otilde otilde Ouml ouml percnt Pgr pgr PHgr phgr plus plusmn pound Prime prime PSgr psgr 10. Greek small omega. acute accent music natural small n. Greek micro sign middle dot small n. tilde small n. Greek small pi. dieresis or umlaut mark percent sign capital Pi. Greek small omicron. circumflex accent small o.

Greek right square bracket capital S. macron umlaut mark small u. caron small s. Greek small u. circumflex accent section sign capital Sigma. Greek musical sharp British shilling similar solidus superscript one superscript two superscript three small sharp s. cedilla small s. Greek capital THORN. acute accent capital S. Greek small sigma.10. caron small t. Greek small upsilon. acute accent small u. acute accent small s.2. caron capital S. acute accent surd =radical (square root) rightward arrow capital R. German (sz ligature) small t. cedilla small tau. Icelandic small thorn. circumflex accent capital Upsilon. acute accent capital U. caron small r. circumflex accent small u. Icelandic multiply sign trade mark sign capital U. caron right curly bracket registered sign maps to soft hyphen small rho. Character entities defined by the BNC DTD quot racute radic rarr Rcaron rcaron rcub reg rehy rgr rsqb Sacute sacute Scaron scaron Scedil scedil scirc sect Sgr sgr sharp shilling sim sol sup1 sup2 sup3 szlig tcaron tcedil tgr THgr thgr THORN thorn times trade Uacute uacute Ucirc ucirc Ugr ugr ugrave umacr uml uring quotation mark small r. Greek small theta. grave accent small u. ring 65 142126 3 9 182 1 103 343 11 3905 81 34807 13 24 85 257 7 465 14 52 13 150 93 228 68 355 2 45 10 19 1 26 68 13 193 15 13 2300 12 7 326 1 107 1 3 38 3 3 9 . Greek capital Theta. cedilla small s.

Division types appendix (1) body text (3) chapter (1018) competition (1) element (1) headlines (2) item (12) paper (11) poster (1) short story (8) strip cartoon (1) title page (1) u (209985) article (2) brochure (1) column (162) compo (11) fact sheet (1) insert (2) leaflet (7) paragraph (1) recipe (61) sidebar (4) sub (2) title page obverse (1) 10. circumflex accent small xi. Rendition codes The following codes are used to indicate the kind of typographic rendition associated with an element which is typographically distinct in some way. acute accent capital Z. The following table lists the values used and their frequencies in the current version of the Corpus: advertisement (6) blurb (1) cartoon (2) commentary (1) contents (2) front (115) introduction (1) magazine (1) part (85) section (59) story (178) subsection (109) toc (1) Table 22.4. <div2> (etc) element of a written text may be used to supply a value which characterizes the function of the corresponding subdivision in some way. acute accent capital Y. . dieresis or umlaut mark small y. caron small z. Rendition codes 25 2246 269 2 8 138 1 6 120 2 47 3 9 67 1 3 33 10. Greek small y. circumflex accent yen sign capital Y. dieresis or umlaut mark small u.4. Greek small zeta. dot above capital Zeta.3. Division types The type attribute on each <div1>. dieresis or umlaut mark small z. dieresis or umlaut mark vertical bar small w. circumflex accent small y.66 Uuml uuml verbar wcirc xgr yacute Ycirc ycirc yen Yuml yuml zacute Zcaron zcaron zdot Zgr zgr capital U. caron small z. but may be used on any element bearing this attribute. Greek 10. These codes are mostly used as values for the rend attribute of the <hi> element.

In this case.5. Voice quality codes bo bx it ro hi lo bold face boxed italic font roman font superscript subscript qr qc qt sc st ul right aligned centred quoted small caps struck out underlined 67 More than one value from the above list may occasionally be specified for a single element. at the point where the speaker’s voice change.10.5. The following list summarises the values used in the present version of the corpus: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • cheering crying eating giggling humming humming the stripper’s song imitates woman’s voice imitating a monkey imitating a sexy woman’s voice imitating Chinese voice imitating drunken voice imitating Italian accent imitating man’s voice imitating posh voice imitating woman’s voice in a boyish voice in the distance laughing laughing+reading laughing+shouting mimicking mimicking American accent mimicking American accent from Wayne’s World mimicking an upper class person mimicking baby voice mimicking Birmingham accent mimicking Chinese speaking mimicking Cilla Black’s accent • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • mimicking crying mimicking deep voice mimicking Donald Duck mimicking finance lady mimicking Geordie accent mimicking German accent mimicking girlie voice mimicking Henry Cooper mimicking Jamaican accent mimicking Manchester accent mimicking mentally handicapped mimicking northern accent mimicking Pakistani accent mimicking refined accent mimicking Scottish accent mimicking stupid man’s voice mimicking Swedish accent mimicking telephone voice mimicking the German accent mimicking whining mimicking witch mimicking Yorkshire accent mimicking+screaming moaning mumbling muttering on telephone praying quoting . 10. Voice quality codes Changes in voice quality in spoken texts are indicated by values for the <new> attribute on a <shift> element. the values are separated by spaces.

and dialects in the TEI Header are all derived from the same set of ISO 3-letter codes.6. Regional codes The codes used to mark places of origin.A.6.S. regions.68 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • raising voice rapping reading reading+laughing reading+shouting reading+whispering screaming shouting shouting+laughing shouting+spelling sighing singing singing+laughing singing+mimicking singing+shouting • • • • • • • • • • • • • 10. Regional codes singing+whispering singing+yawning speaking as if mentally handicapped speaking dramatically speaking with mouth full spelling talking with mouth full whingeing whining whispering whispering+laughing yawning yawning+reading 10. XWA accent: Welsh XWE accent: West Indian . The codes used are listed here: CAN Canada CHN China DEU Germany FRA France GBR United Kingdom IND India IRL Ireland USA United States XXX Unknown ZZG Europe XDE accent: German XEA accent: East Anglia XFR accent: French XHC accent: Home Counties XHM accent: Humberside XIR accent: Irish XIS accent: Indian subcontinent XLC accent: Lancashire XLO accent: London XMC accent: central Midlands XMD accent: Merseyside XME accent: north-east Midlands XMI accent: Midlands XMS accent: south Midlands XMW accent: north-west Midlands XNC accent: central northern England XNE accent: north-east England XNO accent: northern England XOT accent: other or unidentifiable XSD accent: Scottish XSL accent: lower south-west England XSS accent: central southwest England XSU accent: upper south-west England XUR accent: European XUS accent: U.

The type attribute of this element may take any of the values listed below. as described in section 8.3 (The participant description)). Each text carries a number of text classification codes.3. specified a string of .8. The number in parentheses indicates the number of times this value appears in the current version of the corpus.7. Text and genre classification codes 69 10.8. they will be specified by means of the <relation> element within the text header (as discussed in section 8. acquaint acquaintance (6) audience (4) aunt (8) aunt-i-l aunt-in-law (1) b-friend boyfriend (5) b-i-l brother-in-law (13) b-sitter baby sitter (2) brother (53) chairman (8) child (2) church-m church member (1) cl-m-i-l common law motherin-law (1) client (1) colleagu colleague (123) cous-i-l cousin-in-law (1) cousin (7) customer (3) d-i-l daughter-in-law (11) daughter (84) doctor (77) employee (4) employer (9) f-i-l father-in-law (16) father (73) fiance (1) fiancee (2) friend (123) g-aunt great-aunt (1) g-daught granddaughter (15) g-fath grand-father (11) g-friend girlfriend (5) g-moth grandmother (21) g-niece great-niece (1) g-son grandson (17) gg-daugh great-granddaughter (1) gg-moth great-grandmother (1) hairdres hairdresser (1) host (1) housekee housekeeper (1) husband (103) intervee interviewee (42) lecturer (4) m-i-l mother-in-law (21) mother (117) neighbou neighbour (13) neph-i-l nephew-in-law (1) nephew (7) niece (9) parent (5) patient (76) s-daught step-daughter (1) s-father step-father (1) secretar secretary (3) server (2) sib-i-l sibling-in-law (1) sibling (1) sis-i-l sister-in-law (12) sister (48) son (71) son-i-l son-in-law (18) speaker (9) stranger (13) student (31) teacher (26) trainee (1) trainer (2) tutor (4) uncle (6) visitor (2) wife (104) 10.5 (Text classification). Text and genre classification codes Texts are classified in several different ways in the BNC. Relationship codes Where relationships between individual participants in spoken texts can be identified.10.3.

These values are also used in the BNC indexing files described in section 11.3 (Creating a subcorpus) and distribution tables showing the number of texts. text types and styles: clarifying the concepts and navigating a path through the BNC Jungle.8.2 (The BNC corpus header)). vol 5 no 3. Possible values for these codes and their significance are listed in the corpus header (see 11. words. Table 23. Genre classification for written texts code W_ac_humanities_arts W_ac_medicine W_ac_nat_science W_ac_polit_law_edu W_ac_soc_science texts 87 24 43 187 142 texts 54 10 12 59 128 153 13 6 13 119 3 4 4 7 13 132 6 16 16 26 51 4 18 44 . One of the codes listed below is also supplied for each text as the content of a <classCode> element in its text header.70 10. and sentences classified under most of them are given above in section 2 (Design of the corpus). Full details of the analysis scheme used and its rationale are provided in an article by David Lee (Genres. Genre classification for spoken texts code S_brdcast_discussn S_brdcast_documentary S_brdcast_news S_classroom S_consult S_conv S_courtroom S_demonstratn S_interview S_interview_oral_history S_lect_commerce S_lect_humanities_arts S_lect_nat_science S_lect_polit_law_edu S_lect_soc_science S_meeting S_parliament S_pub_debate S_sermon S_speech_scripted S_speech_unscripted S_sportslive S_tutorial S_unclassified Table 24. Text and genre classification codes values on the target attribute of its <catRefs> element. as an alternative way of characterising each text. to be published in Language Learning and Technology. September 2001) who has also generously agreed to make some of the results of this work available with the current release of the BNC. registers.

9.10.9. Word class codes W_ac_tech_engin W_admin W_advert W_biography W_commerce W_email W_essay_school W_essay_univ W_fict_drama W_fict_poetry W_fict_prose W_hansard W_institut_doc W_instructional W_letters_personal W_letters_prof W_misc W_news_script W_newsp_brdsht_nat_arts W_newsp_brdsht_nat_commerce W_newsp_brdsht_nat_editorial W_newsp_brdsht_nat_misc W_newsp_brdsht_nat_report W_newsp_brdsht_nat_science W_newsp_brdsht_nat_social W_newsp_brdsht_nat_sports W_newsp_other_arts W_newsp_other_commerce W_newsp_other_report W_newsp_other_reportage W_newsp_other_science W_newsp_other_social W_newsp_other_sports W_newsp_tabloid W_non_ac_humanities_arts W_non_ac_medicine W_non_ac_nat_science W_non_ac_polit_law_edu W_non_ac_soc_science W_non_ac_tech_engin W_pop_lore W_religion 23 12 60 100 112 7 7 4 2 31 485 4 43 15 6 11 501 32 51 44 12 95 49 29 36 24 15 17 27 12 23 37 9 6 116 17 62 93 128 123 211 35 71 10. Word class codes A full discussion of the principles and practice underlying the CLAWS word class annotation scheme used in the BNC is provided by the document Manual to accompany The British .

Mars.g. you.). revelations) Proper noun (e.g.e. longer (adv. Table 25. revelation) Plural common noun (e. a.e. yes. oldest) Article (e. whose.72 10. London. when.9. ’s: i.i. ours) Wh-pronoun (e. there occurring in the there is ..g. data. everything. when) The subordinating conjunction that Cardinal number (e. but) Subordinating conjunction (e. mhm. on. better. pencils. why.e.g.i. IBM) Ordinal numeral (e. ’ or " Punctuation: right bracket . ( or [ Punctuation: general separating mark . ) or ] Infinitive marker to Unclassified items which are not appropriately considered as items of the English lexicon. at. . who. committee) Singular common noun (e. are. which. ! . furthest. time.e.g.g.e.e. myself. ’m.g.g. Michael. none. i. fifty-five. 77th. up. beautiful) Comparative adjective (e. goose. ’re and be [subjunctive or imperative] The past tense forms of the verb BE: was and were .g. For convenience. yourself.i.g.g. Adverb particle (e. am.g. old. one. or there are . neutral for number (e. 3609) Possessive determiner-pronoun (e. Word class codes National Corpus (Version 2) with Improved Word-class Tagging. sixth.g.g. often. wherever) Coordinating conjunction (e. and. with) Punctuation: left bracket . which is distributed with the BNC World Edition in HTML format. although.g..g. . his) General determiner-pronoun: i.g.i.or ? Punctuation: quotation mark . The present tense forms of the verb BE. times. nobody) Personal pronoun (e. geese. oh. an. a determiner-pronoun which is not a DTQ or an AT0. Wh-determiner-pronoun (e. itself. : . I. what. aircraft. Tag AJ0 AJC AJS AT0 AV0 AVP AVQ CJC CJS CJT CRD DPS DT0 DTQ EX0 ITJ NN0 NN1 NN2 NP0 ORD PNI PNP PNQ PNX POS PRF PRP PUL PUN PUQ PUR TO0 UNC VBB VBD Description Adjective (general or positive) (e. the. your. best. or. whichever) Existential there.g.g. one [as pronoun]. where.g. construction Interjection or other isolate (e. older) Superlative adjective (e. their. Indefinite pronoun (e. ourselves) The possessive or genitive marker ’s or ’ The preposition of Preposition (except for of) (e. them. pencil. wow) Common noun. except for is. . whoever. whom) Reflexive pronoun (e. no) General adverb: an adverb not subclassified as AVP or AVQ (see below) (e..g. in. 3.g. first.. how.g.e. on behalf of. a brief list of the codes used by this scheme extracted from that manual is also provided here. out) Wh-adverb (e. good. last) . off. well. about.

can. although the tagger has a preference for an adjective reading. sent. AV0-AJ0. So. send. lived. The following table lists the ambiguity codes used in BNC World: Table 26. ’ve The past tense form of the verb HAVE: had. returning) The infinitive form of lexical verbs (e. forgotten.10. ’s Modal auxiliary verb (e. live. sent. could. return) [Including the imperative and present subjunctive] The past tense form of lexical verbs (e. Ambiguity tag AJ0-NN1 AJ0-VVD AJ0-VVG AJ0-VVN AV0-AJ0 AVP-PRP AVQ-CJS CJS-AVQ Ambiguous between AJ0 or NN1 AJ0 or VVD AJ0 or VVG AJ0 or VVN AV0 or AJ0 AVP or PRP AVQ or CJS CJS or AVQ More probable tag AJ0 AJ0 AJ0 AJ0 AV0 AVP AVQ CJS . The mirror tag. b.g. ’ll. ’d The -ing form of the verb HAVE: having The infinitive form of the verb HAVE: have The past participle form of the verb HAVE: had The -s form of the verb HAVE: has. B. forgets. returns) The negative particle not or n’t Alphabetical symbols (e. again shows adjective-adverb ambiguity. will. but this time the more likely reading is the adverb. forget.g. returned) The -s form of lexical verbs (e.g. for example.g. sends. forgot. sending. living. forgetting. These are applied wherever the probabilities assigned by the CLAWS automatic tagger to its first and second choice tags were considered too low for reliable disambiguation.g. Word class codes VBG VBI VBN VBZ VDB VDD VDG VDI VDN VDZ VHB VHD VHG VHI VHN VHZ VM0 VVB VVD VVG VVI VVN VVZ XX0 ZZ0 The -ing form of the verb BE: being The infinitive form of the verb BE: be The past participle form of the verb BE: been The -s form of the verb BE: is. A. would.9. forget. return) The past participle form of lexical verbs (e. ’s The finite base form of the verb BE: do The past tense form of the verb DO: did The -ing form of the verb DO: doing The infinitive form of the verb DO: do The past participle form of the verb DO: done The -s form of the verb DO: does. ’s The finite base form of the verb HAVE: have.g.g. returned) The -ing form of lexical verbs (e. ’d) The finite base form of lexical verbs (e. lived. a. the BNC World Edition uses thirty ‘portmanteau’ or ‘ambiguity’ tags. lives. c. the ambiguity tag AJ0-AV0 indicates that the choice between adjective (AJ0) and adverb (AV0) is left open. send. live. d) 73 In addition to the basic 57 codes tabulated above.g.

For this and other reasons. Software for the BNC A design goal of the original BNC project was that it should not be delivered in a format which was proprietary or which required the use of any particular piece of software. together with the desire to conform to emerging international standards. Software for the BNC CJS CJT CRD DT0 NN1 NN1 NN1 NN1 NN2 NP0 PNI PRP PRP VVB VVD VVD VVG VVG VVN VVN VVZ 11. SGML is still a widely used international standard format for which many public domain and commercial utilities exist. Indeed. and it has been adopted by current ‘major players’ from Sun and IBM to Microsoft. selecting portions of the text according to its logical structure. and hence of most sectors of the information processing community. This is another reason behind the choice of SGML or XML as a vehicle for the system: because of the wide take up of these formalisms. was a key factor in determining the choice of SGML as the vehicle for the corpus interchange format. and so on. This. New XML software appears almost every week. programs can be written to application programming interfaces (APIs) such as the W3C’s Document Object Model (DOM) or the Simple API for XML (SAX). and therefore unlikely to be supported by mainstream commercially produced software. More reliably. which is a simplified version of the original standard. it must be recognised that the requirements of corpus linguists and others wishing to make use of the BNC are often rather specialist.74 CJS-PRP CJT-DT0 CRD-PNI DT0-CJT NN1-AJ0 NN1-NP0 NN1-VVB NN1-VVG NN2-VVZ NP0-NN1 PNI-CRD PRP-AVP PRP-CJS VVB-NN1 VVD-AJ0 VVD-VVN VVG-AJ0 VVG-NN1 VVN-AJ0 VVN-VVD VVZ-NN2 CJS or PRP CJT or DT0 CRD or PNI DT0 or CJT NN1 or AJ0 NN1 or NP0 NN1 or VVB NN1 or VVG NN2 or VVZ NP0 or NN1 PNI or CRD PRP or AVP PRP or CJS VVB or NN1 VVD or AJ0 VVD or VVN VVG or AJ0 VVG or NN1 VVN or AJ0 VVN or VVD VVZ or NN2 11. the research user of the BNC should expect to have to do some programming. picking out files with certain attributes by searching their headers. Six years after this decision. SGML now dominates development of the world wide web. That said. in the shape of XML. simple programs can be readily written using standard UNIX utilities such as grep or perl to access the corpus just as plain text files. The BNC uses SGML in a simple and straightforward way described in the rest of this manual. using application libraries developed for almost . there exist many utility librariues and generic programming interfaces which greatly simplify such processes as extracting the tags from a file.

Each text contains a TEI Header which specifies all such meta information. it has to be recognized that general purpose tools for SGML and XML do not always cope very well with the large size of the whole corpus. excluding I) is delivered as a separate compressed archive file. one good place to start looking is www.com. Text files 75 every modern programming language (C. although the tools may be vary in the extent to which they can make use of the markup in the corpus. a TEI header and its associated spoken or written text. Not all possible three-letter filenames are actually used. Most generic tools developed for corpus linguistics and NLP can be used with the BNC. and their intended semantics. For convenience. Each single-letter subdirectory (A to K. i.1. tcl etc. all files with names beginning AA are in a subdirectory AA. the document text itself. To handle the whole of the corpus. using the GNU tar utility. Note that the three-character identifiers used (and hence the directory structure) are entirely arbitrary and do not convey any information about the type of text contained. special purpose indexing software will usually be necessary.e.1. It is thus quite likely that software capable of efficiently handling the 1. either directly. The whole corpus should be unpacked into a single hierarchy. as delivered. The BNC delivery format An SGML document like the BNC must have the following components: • an SGML declaration defining various SGML-specific limits. Whatever software is used.xml. At the time of writing.1. Files are grouped according to their names into a three-level hierarchy. Python. • a document type declaration defining the elements entities and attributes which are legal in the document. When expanded. however. • an SGML document instance. ranging in size from 1 to 45 Kbytes. and has the same name as the value of the id attribute on its <bncDoc> element. 11. For TEI conformant texts. or by reference to the corpus header. the programmer must have a clear understanding of the various elements tagged in the corpus. For the moment.5 Gbytes. the BNC Project also developed its own low-cost alternative. the contexts in which they may appear. it comprises 4054 distinct files. For example. The syntax of an SGML document is defined by a document type definition and by an SGML declaration. 20 or 30 gigabyte hard disks and 128 Mb of RAM are commonplace on entry level machines.1. which is documented separately. The full name for the corpus text with identifier ABC is thus BNC/Texts/A/AB/ABC. that is. It should be emphasized however that use of the BNC is not synonymous with use of SARA. . Information about such resources is not provided here. When the BNC was first published. is called BNC/Texts. These three components are all included as part of the standard release of the corpus. as described in section 8 (The header).1. and totalling about 1. For that reason. the top of the range personal computer might have as much as 50 or even 100 megabytes of disk storage and 8 Mb of RAM.11. although they can still be very useful for processing subsets extracted from it. Each file contains a single BNC document. which is within a subdirectory A (along with all other subdirectories beginning with the letter A). The semantics of SGML elements are provided by documentation such as that provided elsewhere in this manual. Perl. 11. but is readily found on the World Wide Web: currently.5 gigabytes of text which make up the BNC will also soon become commonplace. the TEI Header provides additional metainformation. which. the SARA package. they are often expensive or difficult to implement. Although such systems exist. Text files The BNC is delivered in compressed format.).

2.3 (Creating a subcorpus) below.general "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI.2. bncfinder.) The remainder of this section discusses how these files may be used together as an SGML document.1.xml and a simple finder file called bncfinder.corpus "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI.76 11.dat either of which may be used to select files of particular types. this release includes an XML file called bncIndex. bncMods. The corpus texts themselves are however still distributed in SGML format.uk/TEI/Guidelines/DTD/tei2. bnc.extensions. as a single SGML file. Some basic understanding of the components of an SGML system is assumed.sgm Example SGML driver files for processing the BNC. </bnc> This driver assumes that the standard TEI DTD is available from the URL given (which was true as of the date of this manual). SGML components All ancillary files relating to the SGML structure and processing of the corpus are included in the standard release within a subdirectory called SGML.dtd" [ <!ENTITY % TEI.xml Ancillary data files which may be used to facilitate access to the corpus (see 11.1.ox.analysis "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI.dtd"> <!ENTITY % BNCchars SYSTEM "/home/BNC/SGML/BNCchars.dtd and bncMods. a driver file like the following could be used <!DOCTYPE bnc SYSTEM "http://www.dtd SGML declarations for all documents making up the BNC driver1. To process a single text from the corpus (say. and is intended solely to demonstrate the function of the various files listed above. &text.dtd SYSTEM "/home/BNC/SGML/bncMods.dat and bncIndex.ent"> <!ENTITY % TEI. and that the files from the BNC World distribution have been installed under /home/BNC.ac. This is by no means the only way of processing the corpus.ent The two extension files used to parameterize the TEI for BNC usage bncChars. SGML components however. as further discussed in 11.dec The BNC SGML declaration provided has been modified to allow for the use of either an XML or an SGML format: this is necessary since the TEI Headers provided with the current release of the corpus are distributed in XML format.ent"> %BNCchars. This contains the following files: bnc. 11.spoken "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI.sgm and driver2.ent SYSTEM "/home/BNC/SGML/bncMods. if the driver file is to be used offline. <!ENTITY corphdr SYSTEM "/home/BNC/Texts/corphdr"> <!ENTITY text SYSTEM "/home/BNC/Texts/A/AB/ABC"> ]> <bnc> &corphdr. This file is automatically generated from the standard TEI DTD using a pair of ‘extension files’ as further discussed in section 9 (Compatibility issues).dtd SGML declarations for all character entities used in the BNC bncDocs. using the ‘compiled’ version of the BNC dtd. Alternatively.extensions. of course.3 (Creating a subcorpus).hcu. it might look like the following: .prose "INCLUDE"> <!ENTITY % TEI.dtd The BNC document type declaration. text ABC).

<!ENTITY % BNCchars SYSTEM "/home/BNC/SGML/bncChars. the driver file contains the SGML document itself. and ending with the </bnc> end-tag.2. the file bncDocs. does almost exactly the same thing. a set of declarations like the one given above for the entity text would be necessary.dtd. as in the following example: <!DOCTYPE bnc SYSTEM "/home/BNC/SGML/bnc. but for the character references used within the corpus (see further 10. bncdocs.dtd" [ <!ENTITY % BNCchars SYSTEM "/home/BNC/SGML/BNCchars. followed by one for each file to be included in this view of the corpus. one for the corpus header. Following this.ent). The first.2 (Character entities defined by the BNC DTD)). for BNCdocs. &ABD. a file containing such declarations for every text in the corpus is also provided: this file. The next few lines (the portion within square brackets) comprise the DTD subset declaration: declarations here are to be processed before the content of the DTD. The third associates the name BNChdr with the file containing the corpus header. SGML components 77 <!DOCTYPE bnc SYSTEM "/home/BNC/SGML/bnc. For convenenience.ent"> %BNCchars.1. for BNCchars. The percent sign is a syntactic convention of SGML which need not concern us here: the effect is that each file in the corpus can now be referenced using a name such as &ABC. associates that name with the external entity containing declarations for all the documents making up the BNC itself (i.dtd" [ <!ENTITY % BNCdocs SYSTEM "/home/BNC/SGML/bncDocs. consists of declarations like the following: <!ENTITY ABC SYSTEM "BNC/Texts/A/AB/ABC"> <!ENTITY ABD SYSTEM "BNC/Texts/A/AB/ABD"> . The second. it becomes possible to refer to the corpus file ABC simply by means of the entity reference &ABC. and then immediately references that entity..e. </bnc> To process more than one file from the corpus. . </bnc> The first line declares that what follows is an SGML document and that the dtd describing it is located in the file with the SYSTEM identifier given (/home/BNC/SGML/bnc. With these declarations in force. It comprises three entity declarations.11.ent"> %BNCchars. &ABC. one for each text concerned. <!ENTITY BNChdr SYSTEM "/home/BNC/Texts/corphdr"> ]> <bnc> &BNChdr. <!ENTITY BNChdr SYSTEM "/home/BNC/Texts/corphdr"> <!ENTITY text1 SYSTEM "/home/BNC/Texts/A/AB/ABC"> ]> <bnc> &corphdr. &text1. beginning with the <bnc> start-tag.ent"> %BNCdocs. Between these tags are entity references..dtd).

data capture and transcription for spoken texts and for 14% of published written texts : Longman ELT Text selection for 86% published written texts : Oxford University Press Data capture and transcription for all miscellaneous and unpublished written texts and for 86% of published written texts : Oxford University Press Encoding. The various elements making up the header and their functions are discussed in section 8 (The header). The corpus header must be present for an SGML processor to work with any part of the Corpus. The corpus header itself is included in the file corphdr. because the corpus header contains declarations of elements (such as the classification records) referred to by almost every part of the corpus. each with its own header.78 11. University of Publication <distributor> Oxford University Computing Services . The BNC corpus header 11. The BNC corpus header As discussed in section 5 (Basic structure) above.0"> First World Edition </editionStmt> <extent> Approximately 100 million words </extent> <publicationStmt> Unit for Computer Research into the English Language.updated="200010-17" id="BNC-W"> <fileDesc> File Description <titleStmt> The British National Corpus: World Edition Lead partner in consortium : Oxford University Press Text selection for miscellaneous and unpublished written materials : W R Chambers Text selection. the BNC consists of an overall corpus header. reformatted for legibility. and a large number of distinct BNC documents. <teiHeader type="corpus" creator="dominic" status="update" date. storage and distribution : Oxford University Computing Services Text enrichment : Lancaster </titleStmt> <editionStmt n="2.2.2. Its contents are reproduced below.

Each copy of the corpus must include a copy of this corpus header and any redistribution or republishing of the corpus texts (the "BNC Processed Material") is strictly forbidden.ac. • The BNC Processed Material may be installed at the place or places of work of the said research group. • Distribution of the BNC Processed Material is restricted to the Licensee or in the event of the Licensee being an organisation. rent. and to supervise their activities with respect to the BNC Processed Material. the conditions of the Standard License Agreement are as follows: • The BNC Consortium grants according to the terms and conditions set out herein and in consideration of the payments specified herein a non-exclusive. The BNC corpus header </distributor> <address> 13 Banbury Road. copy. and under the terms of a standard license agreement. . Neither the Licensee nor members of the Licensee’s said research group may assign. transfer. This group is defined as consisting only of those Licensee’s employees whom the Licensee authorises to perform the work using the BNC Processed Material for the purposes described in paragraph (a). • Members of the said research group must not. • Copies of the BNC Processed Material may be made for backup purposes. charge or otherwise encumber the BNC Processed Material. non-transferable Licence to the Licensee to use the BNC Processed Material for the purposes of linguistic research and/or the development of language products. For information.uk </address> <idno type="BNC"> BNC-W </idno> 79 <availability> The British National Corpus is distributed worldwide by Oxford University Computing Services on a not-for-profit basis. lease. sell. except as herein provided. or for the purposes of making data available to members of the research group but the Licensee shall ensure that the BNC Consortium’s copyright notice is reproduced on all copies or parts thereof of the BNC Processed Material.11. The place of work is defined as the computing systems that the members of a research group normally use to conduct their research activities. publish or otherwise give to any third party access to the whole or any part of the BNC Processed Material. and is not restricted to a particular machine or building.2. Telephone: +44 1865 273221 Facsimile: +44 1865 273275 Internet mail: natcorp@oucs.ox. to the Licensee’s research group.K. • There is no restriction on the use of the Licensee’s Results except that the Licensee may not publish in print or electronic form or exploit commercially in any form whatsoever any extracts from the BNC Processed Material other than as permitted under the provisions of the relevant copyright laws. It can include both work and home computers. Oxford OX2 6NN U. It is the responsibility of the Licensee to ensure that the members of the said research group understand and abide by this restriction. Any such copies will be deemed to be part of the BNC Processed Material.

000 words. the universities are The Unit for Computer Research into the English Language (UCREL) at Lancaster University. two universities.K. This second edition was produced during between 1998 and 2000. and Oxford University Press. and Oxford University Computing Services (OUCS). . a copy of which should be supplied with it. see the individual text headers. and some minor revision of the SGML tagging used. dictionary publishers. A sample corpus: it is composed of text samples. Funding The development of the BNC was funded by the commercial partners in the consortium with assistance from the the U. rather than of complete works. Design The British National Corpus is – – A large corpus: its hundred million words are made up of ninety million from written and ten million from spoken sources. generally of no more than 40. and started work in 1991 on the three-year task of producing a hundred-million word corpus of modern British English for use in commercial and academic research. The dictionary publishers are Chambers Harrap. The BNC corpus header • The BNC Consortium does not grant to the Licensee any rights whatsoever to reproduce the BNC Texts or use all or any part of the BNC Texts in commercial products or services in any way other than would be permitted under the fair dealings provision of copyright law. and the British Library.K. The Consortium Participants The BNC is the result of of a unique collaboration between three major U.80 11. The principles and practices underlying selection and design of the corpus is documented in the BNC User Reference Guide. </sourceDesc> </fileDesc> <encodingDesc> Encoding <projectDesc> Goals The British National Corpus (BNC) Consortium was formed in 1990. For details of the source or sources used in the creation of each electronic text. The first edition was published in 1994. </availability> <date value="2000-11-1"> 31 October 2000 </date> </publicationStmt> <sourceDesc> The British National Corpus has no single source document. government’s Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Science and Engineering Research Council (SERC) under the Joint Framework for Information Technology (JFIT). several corrections to the headers. It contains a thorough revision of the part of speech tagging.2. Longman.

In addition. hand-held electronic books and other developments in information technology. with consequences that go far beyond the immediate impact on dictionary-writing. A monolingual British English Corpus: text samples are substantially the product of British English speakers. Note that information about which policy resulted in the selection of a particular text is not available. in English and other languages. Language technology: Statistical techniques. regions. among other things. allowing more frequent patterns of use to be distinguished from less frequent. defined by International Standard IS 8879:1986. Teaching: The corpus provides a rich source of examples of current usage for English Language Teaching. Lexicography: The corpus provides a body of new data on word meaning. A general corpus: it is not specifically restricted to any particular subject field. speech synthesizers. The policies are summarized below. The BNC corpus header – 81 – – – A synchronic corpus: it includes imaginative texts dating from the 1960s to 1994. These recommendations are an application of Standardized General Markup Language (SGML). It yields empirical data on word frequencies. and spoken texts gathered primarily between 1990 and 1994. As a model: Future TEI-conformant corpora. word classes and spelling preferences. A small proportion of the words in the corpus are in a foreign language or non-British English. informative texts dating from 1975 to 1994. an international consortium concerned with the mark-up of texts for use in academic research. may base their designs on the experience gained in the production of the BNC. SD000 SD001 SD002 SD003 SD004 Published: chosen selectively from candidate population Published: chosen at random from candidate population Unpublished: chosen according to relevant design criteria Spoken: obtained from demographic sample of UK population Spoken: obtained in context determined by design criteria . the corpus provides a valuable didactic resource for use in many areas of higher education. are increasingly used in machine translation. speech recognition. Uses : – – – – – </projectDesc> <samplingDecl> Different parts of the BNC were constructed using different sampling policies. A TEI-conformant Corpus: texts in the corpus are uniformly marked up according to the recommendations of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI). grammar and usage. It also reveals hitherto undocumented evidence about the spoken language. requiring very large samples of text. spelling and grammar checkers for word-processing and desk-top publishing.2. Linguistic research: The corpus provides a standard basis for investigating phenomena and testing competing linguistic theories. register or genre. It includes language from all age and social groups and a broad spread of U. as further described in the BNC Design Documentation.11.K.

Transcription methods : TN000 TN001 TN002 TN003 TN004 TN005 TN006 </editorialDecl> <tagsDecl> Copy-typed from hard-copy into OUP format. but not all policies are necessarily marked.82 </samplingDecl> <editorialDecl> 11. transduced to CDIF Scanned from hard-copy into OUP format.2. typically punctuation <caption> Floating caption in written material <corr> An editorial correction <div> Spoken text division <div1> Written text division. all segmentation and word-class marking was carried out in the same way. level 1 <div2> Written text division. transduced to CDIF Tags <align> Alignment map for synchronizing overlapped speech <bibl> Free format bibliographic citation <bncDoc> an individual text in the BNC <body> The body of a written text <c> A single character. transduced to CDIF Transduced from M-R into Longman format. true hyphens hand-reinstated Line-end hyphens removed by hand where appropriate Source material contains no line-end hyphens hyphenation policies : quotation policies : QN000 Open. The DECLS attribute indicates which policies apply to a given <text> or <div> element. &rehy used for remainder Dumb elision of line-end hyphens. &equo QN001 Open and close quote normalized to &quo QN002 Quotation may be represented using <shift> Segmentation In this version of the Corpus. The BNC corpus header The following editorial policies were applied in creating the BNC. transduced to CDIF Transduced from M-R into OUP format. using CLAWS5. transduced to CDIF Recording transcribed into Longman format. level 2 . close quote normalized to &bquo. transduced to CDIF Copy-typed from hard-copy into Longman format. normalisation with <corr> Normalized to standard British English or control list member Corrections and normalizations applied silently Smart elision of line-end hyphens. Policies are identified by ID codes as follows: correction policies : CN000 CN001 CN002 CN004 HN000 HN001 HN002 HN003 Errors tagged with <sic> when seen. transduced to CDIF Scanned from hard-copy into Longman format. no normalization Errors tagged with <sic> if seen.

level 3 <div4> Written text division. in spoken material <sic> Marks questionable spelling or usage <sp> Dramatic written material speech marker <spkr> Dramatic written material speaker indicator <stage> Dramatic written material stage direction <stext> Spoken text <text> Written text <trunc> Indicates truncated word in spoken material <u> Spoken text utterance <unclear> Indicates untranscribable material in spoken text <vocal> Vocalized non-word in spoken material <w> CLAWS-defined word </tagsDecl> <refsDecl> 83 Canonical references in the British National Corpus are to text segment (<s>) elements.) <shift> Indicates a change of register etc. and concatenating a dot separator. followed by the value of the n attribute of the target <s> element. The BNC corpus header <div3> Written text division. starting at 1. There may be gaps in the numeric sequence. </refsDecl> <classDecl> .2.11. level 4 <event> Non-verbal event in spoken text <gap> Point where source material omitted from electronic text <head> Header or headline on written text division <hi> Written text highlight indicator <item> List item <l> Poem or verse line <label> List item’s label <lb> Line break indicator <lg> Group of verse lines <list> A list <loc> Anchor indicating synchronization point <note> Editorial or original note pertaining to a text <p> Written text paragraph <pause> Pause indicator in spoken text <pb> Written text page break <poem> Poetic or verse material <ptr> Pointer from one part of a text to another <quote> Written text quoted material indicator <reg> Regularizes questionable or incorrectly-spelled material <s> Text segment <salute> A salutation (as in a letter etc. as a consequence of post-segmentation corrections. and are constructed by taking the value of the n attribute of the <bncDoc> element containing the target text. Segments are numbered sequentially within each text or stext.

2.uk : allava Text availability allava0 Ownership has not been claimed allava1 Worldwide rights cleared allava2 Worldwide rights cleared allava3 Not available in North America allava4 Not available in U.com/davidlee00/genre_registe COPAC: Keyword classifications as supplied by the UK’s COPAC service at http://copac. allava5 Not available outside the European Union allava6 Not available in U.xoom. The BNC corpus header DLee: David Lee’s Register classification as documented at http://members.S. & Philippines allava7 Not available in N America & Philippines alltyp Text type alltyp1 Spoken demographic alltyp2 Spoken context-governed alltyp3 Written books and periodicals alltyp4 Written-to-be-spoken alltyp5 Written miscellaneous alltim Publication date alltim1 1960-1974 alltim2 1975-1984 alltim3 1985-1993 alltim0 Unknown scgdom Domain for context-governed spoken material scgdom1 Educational/Informative scgdom2 Business scgdom3 Public/Institutional scgdom4 Leisure sdeage Age band for demographic respondent sdeage1 0-14 sdeage2 15-24 sdeage3 25-34 sdeage4 35-44 sdeage5 45-59 sdeage6 60+ sdecla Social class for demographic repondent sdecla0 Unknown sdecla1 AB sdecla2 C1 sdecla3 C2 sdecla4 DE sdesex Sex of demographic respondent sdesex0 Unknown sdesex1 Male sdesex2 Female spolog Interaction type for spoken text spolog1 Monologue spolog2 Dialogue .S.A.A.ac.84 11.

11.2. The BNC corpus header sporeg Region where spoken text captured sporeg0 Unknown sporeg1 South sporeg2 Midlands sporeg3 North wriaag Author age band for written material wriaag0 Unknown wriaag1 0-14 wriaag2 15-24 wriaag3 25-34 wriaag4 35-44 wriaag5 45-59 wriaag6 60+ wriad Author domicile wriad1 UK and Ireland wriad2 Commonwealth wriad3 Continental Europe wriad4 USA wriad5 Elsewhere wriad0 Unknown wriase Written: author sex wriase0 Unknown wriase1 Male wriase2 Female wriase3 Mixed wriase4 Unknown wriaty Written: type of author wriaty1 Corporate wriaty0 Unknown wriaty2 Multiple wriaty3 Sole wriaty4 Unknown wriaud Written: audience age wriaud0 Unknown wriaud1 Child wriaud2 Teenager wriaud3 Adult wriaud4 Any wridom Domain for written corpus texts wridom1 Imaginative wridom2 Informative: natural & pure science wridom3 Informative: applied science wridom4 Informative: social science wridom5 Informative: world affairs wridom6 Informative: commerce & finance wridom7 Informative: arts wridom8 Informative: belief & thought wridom9 Informative: leisure 85 .

</creation> . The BNC corpus header wrilev Written: perceived level of difficulty: wrilev0 Unknown wrilev1 Low wrilev2 Medium wrilev3 High wrimed Medium for written corpus texts wrimed1 Book wrimed2 Periodical wrimed3 Miscellaneous: published wrimed4 Miscellaneous: unpublished wrimed5 To-be-spoken wripp Place of publication wripp0 Unknown wripp1 UK (unspecific) wripp2 Ireland wripp6 United States wripp3 UK: North (north of Mersey-Humber line) wripp4 UK: Midlands (north of Bristol Channel-Wash line) wripp5 UK: South (south of Bristol Channel-Wash line) wrisam Written text sample type wrisam0 Unknown wrisam1 Whole text wrisam2 Beginning sample wrisam3 Middle sample wrisam4 End sample wrisam5 Composite wrista Written: estimated circulation size wrista0 Unknown wrista1 Low wrista2 Medium wrista3 High writas Written: target audience sex writas0 Unknown writas1 Male writas2 Female writas3 Mixed writas4 Unknown </classDecl> </encodingDesc> <profileDesc> Profile <creation> This version of the corpus contains only texts accessioned on or before 1994-11-04.86 11.2.

phrase or passage. Words. Long passages in these languages. </langUsage> <particDesc> <person age="X" id="PS000" n="W0000" role="other" sex="u" soc="UU"> PS000: Unknown speaker </person> <person age="X" id="PS001" n="W000M" role="other" sex="u" soc="UU"> PS001: Group of unknown speakers </person> </particDesc> </profileDesc> <revisionDesc> Revision History 2000-10-11 2000-10-11 ed Final manual corrections for BNC-W 2000-10-18 2000-10-18 ed Further manual corrections for BNC-W 2000-01-08 2000-01-08 ed Manually changed catdescriptions etc. In no case is the lang attribute used to indicate the language of a word.2. are generally silently deleted. fragments. nor are alternate writing system definitions used. for BNC-W 1994-11-30 1994-11-30 Edit Corpus Revision </revisionDesc> </teiHeader> . The BNC corpus header <langUsage> 87 The language of the British National Corpus is modern British English. both ancient and modern. and passages from many other languages. occur within the corpus where these may be represented using a Latin alphabet. and material in other languages.11.

Using bncfinder. a command line like the following might be used to create a bncrefs.88 11.$w.$k.1. however the above is likely to be much quicker.3.dat file are listed in section 10. } print "You have selected $ntexts texts.3. $o) = split. $nwords += $o.$s. each is a single line): A00 107 112 423 6673 6894 alltim3 allava2 alltyp5 wriaag0 wriad0 wriase0 wriaty2 wriaud3 wridom4 wrilev2 wrimed3 wripp5 wrisam5 wrista2 writas3 KSP 41 259 306 1543 1427 alltim3 allava2 alltyp1 sdeage1 sdecla1 sdesex1 spolog2 sporeg1 This file can be rapidly searched with simple Unix utilities such as grep to identify subcorpora having particular characteristics: for example.1. Here for example is a program written in the perl language which just creates the references needed to embed texts in a driver file like those above: open(out. 11. print OUT "id\n". while (<>) { ($id.dat | perl subcorp. Using bncfinder.sgm") || die "Cannot create bncrefs. $nsents s-units and $nwords orthographic words\n" .dat The file bncfinder. Assuming that this program is stored in the file subcorp.8 (Text and genre classification codes).dat is a straightforward ASCII format data file. the following command line will select records for all spoken demographic texts collected by female respondents: $grep sdesex2 bncfinder.sgm file defining a subcorpus comprising all the spoken demographic texts collected by female respondents: $grep sdesex2 bncfinder.3. totalling $kbsz Kb. ">bncrefs.dat and bncIndex. Creating a subcorpus Two files are provided with this version of the corpus to assist in the selection of files according to their classification codes: bncfinder. $nsents += $s.dat 11. $ntexts ++.$p. the following blank-delimited fields are present: • three-character identifier • size of text in Kbytes • number of <p> or <u> elements • number of <s> elements • number of <w> elements • number of orthographic words • all classification codes assigned to this text Here are two typical records from this file (wrapped to fit on the page: in the original.sgm: $!\n". The classification codes used in the bncfinder.xml. containing one record for each file in the corpus Within each record.prl.dat The same information could of course be obtained by searching through the corpus texts themselves.prl . The lines selected by such a procedure can be processed in many ways. $kbsz += $k.

gives the classification code for this text. Using bncIndex.xml contains similar information to that provided in bncfinder. Using bncIndex.11.xml 11. but formatted for processing as an XML document. One <class> is given for each classification and the following attributes are used to specify it: type the identifying code specified by some <category> element in the corpus header value a numeric code which.xml 89 The file bncIndex. --> <doc> <idno>KSP</idno> <title>[Spontaneous conversation]</title> <class type="alltim" value="3"/><class type="allava" <class type="alltyp" value="1"/><class type="sdeage" <class type="sdecla" value="1"/><class type="sdesex" <class type="spolog" value="2"/><class type="sporeg" <genre>S_conv</genre> <counts kb="41" ow="1427" w="1543" s="306"/> </doc> value="2"/> value="1"/> value="1"/> value="1"/> . as giuven by the target attribute of the <catRef> element. when appended to the type value.. one for each text in the BNC.. It contains a single <bncIndex> element which encloses a series of <doc> elements. Each <doc> element contains the following subelements: <idno> The three character identifier of the text <title> Either the short title of the text. as specified by the following attributes: kb ow w s size in Kbytes size in orthographic words number of <w> elements number of <s> elements Here are the XML elements for the two texts mentioned above (reformatted slightly to fit on the page): <doc> <idno>A00</idno> <title>[ACET factsheets &amp. newsletters].2.. as recorded in the <classCode> element in its header <counts> Size of this text measured in various ways. <genre> The genre code assigned to this text in David Lee’s classification scheme.</title> <class type="alltim" value="3"/><class type="allava" value="2"/> <class type="alltyp" value="5"/><class type="wriaag" value="0"/> <class type="wriad" value="0"/><class type="wriase" value="0"/> <class type="wriaty" value="2"/><class type="wriaud" value="3"/> <class type="wridom" value="4"/><class type="wrilev" value="2"/> <class type="wrimed" value="3"/><class type="wripp" value="5"/> <class type="wrisam" value="5"/><class type="wrista" value="2"/> <class type="writas" value="3"/> <genre>W_non_ac_medicine</genre> <counts kb="107" ow="6894" w="6673" s="423"/> </doc> <!-.3. or the phrase [Unscripted conversation] <class> A classification code applied to the text. taken from the <title> in the <fileDesc>.2.dat.3.

genre. and displaying their titles. count)> idno (#PCDATA) > title (#PCDATA) > class EMPTY > class type CDATA #REQUIRED value CDATA #REQUIRED> <!ELEMENT genre (#PCDATA) > <!ELEMENT counts EMPTY > <!ATTLIST counts kb CDATA #REQUIRED ow CDATA #REQUIRED w CDATA #REQUIRED s CDATA #REQUIRED> XML files may be processed in many different ways./genre"/></td> <td><xsl:value-of select=".2. Using bncIndex.xml Although XML files do not require a DTD...xml selecting only texts with classification "wridom4". where a large number of free tools and tutorials may also be found.w3. which offers the ability to transform and process XML documents in a variety of ways. It is called bncIndex.dtd and listed below: <!ELEMENT <!ELEMENT <!ELEMENT <!ELEMENT <!ELEMENT <!ATTLIST bncIndex (doc+) > doc (idno. but one of the most convenient is to use an XSLT stylesheet to transform it for display or search it.. title. the following XSLT stylesheet will process the bncIndex.90 11.org/1999/XSL/Transform" version="1./title"/></td> <td><xsl:value-of select=". one is also provided in the directory for convenience.. identifiers./counts/@ow"/></td> </tr> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet> ./counts/@kb"/></td> <td><xsl:value-of select=". XSLT is a very high-level programming language defined by the W3C. To give a flavour of the language./idno"/></td> <td><xsl:value-of select=". class+. It is (at the time of writing) the language of choice for manipulating XML on the web.3.0" > <xsl:output method="html"/> <xsl:template match="bncIndex"> <html> <center> <h2>There are <xsl:value-of select="count(doc/class[@type=’wridom’ and @value=’4’])"/> BNC World Files with wridom classified as 4</h2> <table> <xsl:apply-templates select="doc"/> </table> </center> </html> </xsl:template> <xsl:template match="doc/class[@type=’wridom’ and @value=’4’]" > <tr> <td><xsl:value-of select=". and size as an HTML format table: <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="http://www..

Cooper. Aids Care Education & Training. Tim. S. Adrian. London ( 1991-09 ). Sample containing about 5890 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) A0B Trouble brewing. 2-106. Fulton. pp 9-91. Sample containing about 24788 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) A0K An inside job. Bellew Publishing Company Ltd. David. John. London (1990). Sample containing about 41971 words from a book (domain: imaginative) A0G Gardeners’ World. Reed Publishing Group. Miller.. Amnesty International. Rendle. Falk. CAMRA. Sutton. Sample con- . Aids Care Education & Training. Derek. Karl. Josipovici. 1-146. London (1991). Sample containing about 43101 words from a book (domain: imaginative) A0M Winning karate competition. Sample containing about 40241 words from a book (domain: leisure) A0J [Health promotion and education leaflets]. Aids Care Education & Training . Sample containing about 42316 words from a book (domain: arts) A06 So you want to be an actor?. Sample containing about 31254 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A0D A classic English crime. Sample containing about 37336 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) A0H Gliding safety. N and Gamston. Gabriel. 60-163. London (1991). London (1991-06). Pavilion Books Ltd. Redwood Publishing Company. A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd. Heald. Michael. Oxford (1991). Sample containing about 36590 words from a book (domain: arts) A07 The tragedy of belief. A. Joseph. 5-107. Carcanet Press. 10-108. Piggott. London (1991). London (1991). Sample containing about 19972 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A04 Art criticism: a user’s guide. Young. A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd. Serpent’s Tail. u. St Albans (1991). Sample containing about 40135 words from a book (domain: imaginative) A0A [CAMRA fact sheets]. List of works excerpted A00 [ACET factsheets & newsletters]. Surrey (1991-1919). Sample containing about 8115 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) A02 ACET Annual Review 1990/91. Sample containing about 39605 words from a book (domain: arts) A05 Authors. Sample containing about 6894 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) A01 [ACET AIDS leaflets]. Bellew Publishing Company Ltd.12. 96216. London (1991). 11-154. A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd. London (1991). R.. Oxford University Press. Malcolm. London (1991-19-19). London (1991). Sample containing about 40541 words from a book (domain: social science) A0L Jay loves Lucy. Fiona. Birmingham (1991). Sample containing about 39287 words from a book (domain: imaginative) A0E The seventh Birmingham International Film & TV Festival. Oxford (1989). Oxford University Press. David. Mitchell. Oxford (1991). Sample containing about 39913 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) A08 The big glass. Sample containing about 15135 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A0F Part of the furniture. St Albans. CAMRA. Manchester (1991). Langford. Sample containing about 3430 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) A03 Amnesty. Parissien. London (1991). Enterprise Magazines Ltd. Oxford University Press. Powers. Darracott.p. Sample containing about 12084 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) A0C Caterer & Hotelkeeper. Holder.

Sample containing about 47315 words from a book (domain: arts) A13 [CAMRA information leaflets]. Dorman. Bergonzi. Donald. Raymond and Robinson. Sample containing about 36950 words from a book (domain: imaginative) A0V Tennis World. Sample containing about 22899 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) A15 Climber and Hill Walker. Sample containing about 1525 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) A0T The pursuit of mind. Loranne S and Rawlins. Clarendon Press. Patrick. Argus Specialist Publications. Sample containing about 41893 words from a book (domain: imaginative) A0P Leonard Cohen: prophet of the heart. London (1990). Joan. Sample containing about 41084 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) A1A Exploding English.92 taining about 24108 words from a book (domain: leisure) A0N King Cameron. Jones. Martha (ed. A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd. Serpent’s Tail. Craig. Carcanet Press. 15113. Croydon (1991-09). Reed Business Publishing Group Ltd. Age Concern England. Carcanet Press. St Albans. Omnibus Press. Davie. Manchester (1991). Rowe. Sutton. St Albans (1991-10). David. Oxford (1983). Sample containing about 10828 words from a book (domain: leisure) A0X Woodworker. Scott. Oxford (1990). Burlington Publishing Company Ltd. London (1991). Tallis.). Age Concern England. Serpent’s Tail. Mary. Sample containing about 35938 words from a book (domain: arts) A19 Electronics and Wireless World. Sample containing about 30722 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A16 Do It Yourself Magazine. Mitcham. Bernard. David and Whitehouse. CAMRA. David & Charles Publishers plc. 7115. Clarendon Press. Presswatch. Newton Abbot. Fleet. Sample containing about 41957 words from a book (domain: arts) A1B Studies in Ezra Pound.p. Sample containing about 24085 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A18 Dostoevsky. St John Thomas. Lawson. Mitcham. George Outram & Company Ltd. Sample containing about 20581 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A0W Fitness with weights. List of works excerpted of miscellanea (domain: social science) A11 BR in the eighties. Sample containing about 40537 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) A0U So very English. Glasgow (1991-08). John. u. . Alan. Sample containing about 42442 words from a book (domain: world affairs) A12 A ballet-maker’s handbook. A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd. Sample containing about 32599 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A0Y [Age Concern fact sheets]. Hemel Hempstead (1991-08). London (1990). CAMRA. Surrey (1991-09). London (1991). London (1991). Link House Magazines Ltd. Sample containing about 4561 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) A14 What’s brewing. Devon (1990). Windsor (1992-02. 1992-04). Howard. Manchester (1991). Sample containing about 19008 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) A10 [Age Concern newsletter and information]. Sample containing about 23795 words 12. Sample containing about 33154 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A17 Dogs Today. Clive L. Sample containing about 43573 words from a book (domain: arts) A0R Nudists may be encountered. Sample containing about 34443 words from a book (domain: imaginative) A0S [Official leaflets]. Sussex (1991-08)..

Harmondsworth (1987). Sample containing about 9916 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A1F Independent. Sample containing about 13981 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A1K Independent. London (1989-1919). Sample containing about 8909 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A1G Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Editorials. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Pilling. Sample containing about 3108 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A1J Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Arts section. Sample containing about 1905 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A1L Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Focus section. Sample containing about 4198 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A1V Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (1991). electronic edition of 93 1989-10-02: Living section. Sample containing about 4212 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A1E Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Science pages. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Frontpages. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Foreign news pages. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Arts section. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 11549 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A1T Independent. London (198919-19). London (198919-19). Sample containing about 40191 words from a book (domain: imaginative) A1D Independent. Viking Kestrel. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 1583 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A1S Independent. Sample containing about 1849 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A1M Independent. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 9114 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A1U Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Listings section. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Business section. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Business section. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Foreign news pages. London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (198919-19). London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 10242 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A1H Independent. Ann. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Sport section. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 4910 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) A1N Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. List of works excerpted Carcanet Press. Sample containing about 2595 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A1R Independent.12. Sample containing about 49084 words from a book (domain: arts) A1C Henry’s leg. London . London (198919-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Home news pages. electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Gazette section. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 14770 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A1P Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Editorials.

electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Editorials. Sample containing about 11335 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A27 Independent. London (198919-19). Sample containing about 2529 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A24 Independent. London (198919-19). Sample containing about 2064 words from a periodical (domain: arts A2C Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Gazette section. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Home news pages. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 15860 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A2B Independent. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Living section. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Sport pages. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Listings section. Sample containing about 1411 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A22 Independent. London (1989-19-19). London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. List of works excerpted A25 Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspa- . electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Business section. London (1989-19-19). London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Home news pages. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 23055 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A1W Independent. Sample containing about 3427 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A2A Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Listings section. Sample containing about 8731 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A28 Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Health pages. Sample containing about 15707 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A20 Independent. Sample containing about 11560 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A29 Independent. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 3322 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) A1Y Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 8489 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A23 Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Frontpages. electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 3483 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A26 Independent. Sample containing about 3890 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A1X Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Arts section. Sample containing about 3404 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A2D Independent.94 (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Gazette section. London (198919-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Business section. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Media section. Sample containing about 3315 words from a periodical (domain: arts) 12. London (198919-19). Sample containing about 1702 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A21 Independent. London (198919-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Living section. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. London (198919-19). London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc.

electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Foreign news pages. Newspaper Publishing plc.12. Sample containing about 5708 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A2V Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Business section. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 2922 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A2U Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Home news pages. Sample containing about 13141 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A2F Independent. Sample containing about 14775 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A2T Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Business section. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 2729 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A2E Independent. Sample containing about 16233 words from a periodical (domain: world news) A2R Independent. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (198919-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Gazette section. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 2960 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A2P Independent. London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 6346 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A2H Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Editorials. Sample containing about 3261 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A2G Independent. Sample containing about 2958 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A2S Independent. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Frontpages. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Sport pages. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Focus section. London (1989-1919). electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Listings section. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 3053 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A2L Independent. Sample containing about 4347 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A2M Independent. London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. . Newspaper Publishing plc. List of works excerpted per Publishing plc. London (198919-19). Sample containing about 12422 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A2J Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Editorials. London (198919-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Education section. electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Frontpages. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Arts section. Sample containing about 11322 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A2W Independent. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Sport pages. Sample containing about 8653 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A2K Independent. Sample containing about 8352 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) A2X Independent. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Arts section. London (198919-19). Sample containing about 9951 words from a periodical (domain: 95 world affairs) A2N Independent.

London (198919-19). Sample containing about 2418 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A33 Independent. Sample containing about 8750 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A3B Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Business section. electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Listings section. London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. London (1989-19-19). News- . electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Home news pages. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Gazette section. Sample containing about 11339 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A2Y Independent. Sample containing about 15718 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A31 Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Arts section. Sample containing about 13231 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A34 Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Frontpages. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Antiques pages. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 8522 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A3D Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 1964 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A3C Independent. List of works excerpted A37 Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Motoring pages. Sample containing about 9948 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A38 Independent. Sample containing about 3254 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) A39 Independent. Sample containing about 1991 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A35 Independent. London (1989-19-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Food pages. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Editorials. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Book reviews. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Focus section. London (1989-19-19).96 Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 9599 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A3E Independent. Sample containing about 6173 words from a periodical (domain: arts) 12. Sample containing about 3492 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A32 Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc. Sample containing about 1858 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A3F Independent. electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Gardening pages. London (1989-19-19). London (198919-19). Sample containing about 2355 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A3A Independent. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 7456 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A36 Independent. London (198919-19). London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Sport pages. Newspaper Publishing plc. London (1989-19-19). London (198919-19). London (1989-19-19). London (198919-19). electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 3689 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A30 Independent. Newspaper Publishing plc. electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Law section. electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Gazette section. London (198919-19). Newspaper Publishing plc. Newspaper Publishing plc.

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Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Business section. Sample containing about 7228 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A8E The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Sport section. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 375 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) A8B The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 3256 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A8H The Guardian. List of works excerpted 1989-11-11: Applied Science pages. Sample containing about 5656 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) A8F The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-11-11: Sport section. Sample containing about 671 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) . London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 1084 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A8M The Guardian. Sample containing about 2639 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A8C The Guardian. Sample containing about 1637 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A8T The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 3595 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A8N The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Business section. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-11-11: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-11-11: News and features. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Applied Science pages. Sample containing about 6735 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) A8S The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Home news pages. Sample containing about 12014 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A8P The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Foreign news pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 12441 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A8D The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Arts section. electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Applied Science pages. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Arts section. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 2433 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A8R The Guardian. London 105 (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Religious affairs stories. Sample containing about 8327 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A8K The Guardian. Sample containing about 23699 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A8L The Guardian. Sample containing about 18922 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A8G The Guardian. London (1989-19-19).12. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 8430 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A8J The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-11-23: News and features. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Leisure pages. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19).

London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about . Sample containing about 864 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A98 The Guardian. Sample containing about 301 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A8W The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Business section. electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Home news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Foreign news pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Applied Science pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Sport section. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-08: News and features.106 A8U The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Applied Science pages. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 12862 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A91 The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 2714 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A9B The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Foreign news pages. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Sport section. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Business section. electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 10614 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A8X The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 6719 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) A93 The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 5479 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A90 The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 23519 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A8Y The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-07: News and features. electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Leisure pages. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 12. Sample containing about 10542 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A96 The Guardian. Sample containing about 10289 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A9A The Guardian. Sample containing about 2350 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A94 The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 23618 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A97 The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. List of works excerpted 1989-12-08: Arts section. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Home news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Business section. Sample containing about 2404 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A92 The Guardian. Sample containing about 8816 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A8V The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 10684 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A95 The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 6769 words from a periodical (domain: social science) A99 The Guardian.

London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 7456 words from a periodical (domain: . Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 3823 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A9M The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 24288 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A9E The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Home news pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 11697 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A9N The Guardian. Sample containing about 14168 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A9S The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 2969 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A9D The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 3705 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A9K The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 24757 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A9J The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Business section. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 604 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A9R The Guardian. 107 Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Arts section. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Sport section. electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Home news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Sport section. London (1989-19-19).12. electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Leisure pages. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Leisure pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Business section. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 7356 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) A9V The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 1021 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A9L The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Business section. Sample containing about 12827 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A9P The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 781 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A9T The Guardian. Sample containing about 19346 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A9G The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 286 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A9H The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Arts section. Sample containing about 18849 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A9F The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Foreign news pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. List of works excerpted 69 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) A9C The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Arts section. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 9034 words from a periodical (domain: arts) A9U The Guardian.

Sample containing about 18760 words from a periodical (domain: arts) AAA The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. 12. electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Foreign news pages. List of works excerpted Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Foreign news pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 258 words from a periodical (domain: social science) AA0 The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Home news pages. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 19716 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AA6 The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 1333 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) . Sample containing about 15407 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AA2 The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Arts section. Sample containing about 1320 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AA7 The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Foreign news pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Foreign news pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 8542 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AA5 The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 10406 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AA1 The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 9270 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AA8 The Guardian. Sample containing about 9084 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) AA4 The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Business section. electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Leisure pages.108 world affairs) A9W The Guardian. Sample containing about 17588 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAD The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Home news pages. Sample containing about 10209 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAC The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-13: News and features. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Leisure pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Home news pages. Sample containing about 709 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) A9Y The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Business section. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Sport section. Sample containing about 20264 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) A9X The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Sport section. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Leisure pages. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Arts section. Sample containing about 6961 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) AAB The Guardian. Sample containing about 17859 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AA9 The Guardian. Sample containing about 5088 words from a periodical (domain: arts) AA3 The Guardian.

Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 2480 words from a periodical (domain: arts) AAS The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 21563 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AAW The Guardian. Sample containing about 7623 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAY Adkin. List of works excerpted AAE The Guardian.12. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Harnel Heath Ltd (1992). London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 12409 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AAX The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 9768 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAL The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Business section. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 1878 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AAN The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 10362 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) AAT The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Home news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Home news pages. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). 109 Sample containing about 9248 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AAP The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Arts section. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Leisure pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Business section. Sample containing about 6081 words from a periodical (domain: arts) AAJ The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 10493 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAV The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Applied Science pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Sport section. Sample containing about 7149 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAU The Guardian. Sample containing about 5381 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) AAH The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 17101 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAG The Guardian. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Foreign news pages. electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Foreign news pages. Mov- . electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Leisure pages. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. Sample containing about 8525 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAR The Guardian. Sample containing about 21663 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AAM The Guardian. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Sport section. London (1989-19-19). electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Arts section. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. London (1989-19-19). Sample containing about 11606 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AAF The Guardian. electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Sport section. Sample containing about 7356 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) AAK The Guardian. London (1989-19-19).

Sample containing about 61979 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) ABJ The Economist. Oxford University Press. The National Magazine Company Ltd. London (1991). London (1986). London (1990). Sample containing about 10814 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) AB3 Blissed out. D C M. Sample containing about 83150 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) ABK The Economist. The Economist Newspaper Ltd. Donoghue. London (1991-19-19). The Economist Newspaper Ltd. The Economist Newspaper Ltd. The Crowood Press. London (1990). Sample containing about 42727 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) ABP Introduction to English law. Kerry (ed. . Newton Abbot. Pavilion Books Ltd. William and Yardley. Sample containing about 57427 words from a periodical (domain: arts) ABU Ministers decide.). Omnibus Press. Blandford (Cassell plc). Thomas. Serpent’s Tail. Sample containing about 41497 words from a book (domain: leisure) ABC Dolphins: their life and survival. General Sir William. Simon. Sample containing about 34395 words from a book (domain: arts) ABM The empiricists. Nor- . B T Batsford Ltd. The Economist Newspaper Ltd. Neel. Lycett Green. Sample containing about 38969 words from a book (domain: arts) AB6 Defending the world. London (1991-19-19). The Economist Newspaper Ltd. Gerry. London (1991-04). Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 39088 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AB9 Death of a partner. Janet. 1-69. Sample containing about 36397 words from a book (domain: arts) AB4 The perfect English country house. London (1990). Reynolds. Sample containing about 62136 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) ABG The Economist. David. Annie. Woolhouse. London (1991-19-19). I B Tauris & Company Ltd. The Economist Newspaper Ltd. 10th edition. Sample containing about 38309 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ABB Delicatessen: a celebration and cookbook. David & Charles Publishers plc. Sample containing about 41587 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) ABD The Economist. London (1991). Wilts (1991). London (1990). The Economist Newspaper Ltd. R S. Fowler. Oxford (1987). Candida. Marlborough. Devon (1989). Sample containing about 60672 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) ABL Edward Thomas: a portrait. London (1990-19-19). London (1991-19-19). David Bowie. Oxford (1991). Jackson. Constable & Company Ltd. Sample containing about 42247 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ABA Britain’s defence dilemma.. List of works excerpted ple containing about 61978 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) ABF The Economist. Cotter. Sam- 12. Sample containing about 40394 words from a book (domain: social science) ABR England versus West Indies. Sample containing about 57353 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) ABE The Economist. Sample containing about 62186 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) ABH The Economist. Rosemary. Oxford (1988). Sample containing about 38778 words from a book (domain: leisure) ABS Esquire. Adamson. London (1991-19-19). Sample containing about 37535 words from a book (domain: arts) AB5 In other words . Juby. London (1991-19-19). Geldart.110 ing in Oxfordshire. Oxford University Press. Moon. Michael and Wheeler. R George.

Bow. Sample containing about 38603 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AC4 On the edge. Sample containing about 38381 words from a book (domain: social science) ACJ Principles of criminal law. Sample containing about 30791 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) ACB The lock. S G. Laybourn. Sheridan (ed. Dennis. London (1991). Windsor (1992-02). SPCK. James. Sample containing about 37066 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) ACH Britain on the breadline. Burlington Publishing Company Ltd. Sample containing about 39188 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ACG Lo and behold!. Byrne. Gillian. Hassall. Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd. Belfast/London (1991). Kilby. Oxford University Press. Bette. Angela. Trevor. East Sussex (1991). Sample containing about 41199 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AC7 The reluctant Samaritan. Carey. 1-116. Cecil. Sample containing about 37392 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) ACM Dogs Today. London (1991). 66170. Oxford University Press. 1-131.). P Owen (1991). Keith. Oxford (1989). Ashworth. Robert. Lewes. London (1991). L J. Oxford University Press. Fiona. Andrew. George. Oxford (1990). Lewes. Sample containing about 37622 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AC3 Misfortunes of Nigel. Sample containing about 36549 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AC5 Paper faces. List of works excerpted man. Pitt-Kethley. Sample containing about 42304 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ACL Through the devil’s gateway. Chapmans Publishers Ltd. London (1990).12. A. Sample containing about 43194 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ACE Willoughby’s phoney war. Sample containing about 35295 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ABV I believe. Beechey. Chapmans Publishers Ltd. The Book Guild Ltd. Rachel. Oxford (1991). Howell. Jean. Sample containing about 39020 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) ABW Jane’s journey. Oxford (1989). The Book Guild Ltd. Oxford (1991). East Sussex (1991). Anderson. M. Fox. Sample containing about 39208 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AC0 Running out of excuses. Gates. Oxford (1991). Susan. British Museum Press. Kirkup. Campaign for Labour Representation in NI. Sample containing 111 about 34283 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AC9 Science and the past. East Sussex (1991). The Book Guild Ltd. Sample containing about 37671 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AC6 A poet could not but be gay. Sample containing about 6700 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AC2 Man at the sharp end. William. Lewes. London (1991). Sample containing about 23966 words . Oxford University Press. Oxford University Press. et al. Bowman. Peter Owen Publishers. 67-173. Gloucester (1990). Sample containing about 40786 words from a book (domain: applied science) ACA The masks of death. L and Gombrich. Sample containing about 37678 words from a book (domain: social science) ACK Dandelion days. London (1991). Archer. London (1991). Sample containing about 35460 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ABX Jubilee wood. Oxford University Press. Lewes. Winifred. SPCK. Joseph. Cross. East Sussex (1991). The Book Guild Ltd. SPCK.

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Simon & Schuster Ltd. Rennie. electronic edition of 1992-04-17: Business section. The Daily Telegraph plc. 6-25. Sample containing about 7670 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) ALB Popular education for change. Dumfriesshire (1981). Edward. The Arkleton Trust. Owen Publications. electronic edition of 1992-04-17: News and features. White. Sample containing about 323 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) AL2 Daily Telegraph. Sample containing about 281 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) AL5 Daily Telegraph. electronic edition of 1992-04-17: Leisure pages. 9-40. List of works excerpted of 1992-04-17: Religious affairs stories. Enstone (1981). Longman Group UK Ltd. Owen. Langholm. The Arkleton Trust. The Daily Telegraph plc. London (1992-1919). The Daily Telegraph plc. Frank. The Daily Telegraph plc. Graham-Cameron Publishing.12. G J and Williams. Sample containing about 41914 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AL9 Rural development in Lewis and Harris. Dumfriesshire (1981).p. Sample containing about 36013 words from a book (domain: social science) ALJ Bad dreams. Moore. The Arkleton Trust. The Arkleton Trust. Harlow (1991). London (1992-19-19). Dumfriesshire (1979). Sample containing about 11362 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) ALG The agricultural potential of marginal areas. Newman. London (1992-19-19). Morris. 3-21. electronic edition of 1992-04-17: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 9361 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) AL3 Daily Telegraph. 108-207.. . Sample containing about 11179 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) ALC Effective training for family and part-time farmers. The Arkleton Trust. Langholm. Dumfriesshire (1985). John G. Dumfriesshire (1981). Langholm. Linda. David. Sample containing about 2523 words from a periodical (domain: social science) AL6 Daily Telegraph. Grant. V. Cunningham. J S. The Daily Telegraph plc. Sample containing about 6280 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) ALF Disadvantaged rural Europe. Mike and Hoy. The Arkleton Trust. Abercrombie. The Daily Telegraph plc. 1-34. 1-17. Cambridge (1988). London (1992-1919). Hoy. electronic edition of 1992-04-17: Applied Science pages. Sample containing about 4890 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) ALH An alternative assembly book. Sample containing about 29438 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ALK Richard Baxter 1615-1691. Sample containing about 5894 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) AL8 Adult education and social purpose. London (1990). London (1992-19-19). Kidderminster (1991). David. 9-96. Chisnall. Langholm. Stuart. Sample containing about 17238 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) ALL Bell in the tree. u. Sample containing about 39092 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AL4 Daily Telegraph. Langholm. The Arkleton Trust. J M M. Keith. Sample containing about 28812 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) ALE Small is beautiful in education too. Birkbeck. Sample containing about 7145 words of miscellanea (domain: 119 applied science) ALA The part-time holding. London (1992-1919). Sample containing about 22502 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AL7 [Leaflets advertising services]. Dumfriesshire (1981). Langholm. Kim.

Chris. Le Rougetel. Sample containing about 30227 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AM6 Drama as education. Swansea (1988). Poole (1988). London (1992-01). ILG Travel Ltd (1990-19-19). Stewart. 1-91. 1-50. Sample containing about 41743 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ALM British journal of social work. Milton Keynes (1992-02). Sample containing about 30316 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AM9 Changing Britain for good. Gungarden Books.120 Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd. 4-43. Oxford (1991-19-19). Sample containing about 33630 words from a book (domain: social science) AM7 Education management for the 1990s. Cotswold Wildlife Park. Sample containing about 4506 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ALT Charlemagne: founder of the Holy Roman Empire. Sample containing about 14367 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ALU The Chelsea gardener. Firebird Books Ltd. Rye. Simon & Schuster Ltd. Gavin. 2-51. Roe. Sample containing about 2883 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) AM2 Cotswold Wildlife Park. Edinburgh (1989). Conservative Central Office. Sample containing about 9436 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) AM4 The dirty man of Europe. London (1992). Alwyn Press. William P. Bob. John. 42-139. Sample containing about 46562 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) ALW Chemistry in Britain. 5-46. 5-46. . Royal Society of Chemistry. Sample containing about 23700 words from a periodical (domain: social science) ALP British journal of social work. Liberal Democrat Publications. Ryan. 5-103. Firebird Books Ltd. Harlow (1990). Rose. Oxford (1991-19-19). Sample containing about 25632 words from a periodical (domain: social science) ALS Captain Pugwash and the huge reward. 76-157. 13-124. Jason. Oxford (1991). Sample containing about 59658 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) ALX Chief Joseph: guardian of the Nez Perce. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 32585 words from a periodical (domain: social science) ALN British journal of social work. Osborne. 12. Oxford University Press. London (1992). Harlow (1988). Bolton. Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological. London (1990). Dorchester (1992). Allan. Poole (1989). Oxford University Press. Longman Group UK Ltd. Natural History Museum Publications. Burford (1992). London (1990). Davies. Brent. List of works excerpted London (1990). Hazel. Link House Magazines Ltd. WestBurnham. John and Ellison. Sample containing about 36266 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AM0 Club 18-30 summer holiday brochure 1990. Hook. Sample containing about 37093 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ALV Chemistry in Britain. Royal Society of Chemistry. Sample containing about 29230 words from a book (domain: commerce) AM8 The best future for Britain. Sample containing about 41841 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AM5 Do It Yourself. 1-20. Sample containing about 18348 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AMA It’s time to get Britain working again. Linda. Oxford University Press. East Sussex (1991). Sample containing about 34489 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) AM1 Cosmeston Medieval Village. Sample containing about 19365 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ALY Glimpses of Chiswick’s place in history. The Glasgow story.

12. List of works excerpted The Labour Party, London (1992), 3-28. Sample containing about 12767 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) AMB The adventures of Endill Swift. McDonald, Stuart, Canongate Publishing Ltd, Edinburgh (1990), 9-116. Sample containing about 33351 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AMC Enigma variations. Young, Irene, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1990), 61-168. Sample containing about 41990 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AMD Enterprise lakes and mountains. Enterprise Lakes & Mountains (1990-1919). Sample containing about 45472 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) AMG The evolution of human consciousness. Crook, John H, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1985), 1-91. Sample containing about 39013 words from a book (domain: applied science) AMH A guide to exporting. MW Publications Ltd, Belfast, 1-53. Sample containing about 15618 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) AMK Against a federal Europe. Cash, William, Gerald Duckworth & Company Ltd, London (1991), 14-118. Sample containing about 41864 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AML Flora of the Outer Hebrides. Mullin, J M and Pankhurst, R J, Natural History Museum Publications, London (1991), 3-61. Sample containing about 30001 words from a book (domain: applied science) AMM Fossils: the key to the past. Fortey, Richard, Natural History Museum Publications, London (1991), 52-123. Sample containing about 39563 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) AMN Foxton: locks and barge life. Gardner, Peter and Foden, Frank, Leicestershire County Council, Leicester (1982), 1-40. Sample containing about 19744 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

121 AMR The Great Central Railway north of Nottingham. Kaye, A R, Terminus Publications, Chesterfield (1991). Sample containing about 8133 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) AMS Global ecology. Tudge, Colin, Natural History Museum Publications, London (1991), 1-98. Sample containing about 37927 words from a book (domain: applied science) AMT Does God exist?. Corner, Mark, The Bristol Press, Bristol (1991), 4109. Sample containing about 33539 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) AMU Alistair MacLean’s golden girl. Gandolfi, Simon, Chapmans Publishers Ltd, London (1992), 57-175. Sample containing about 39697 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AMW HCI club holidays. Horizon Holidays Ltd (1990-19-19). Sample containing about 27471 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) AMX McDonald’s food: the facts. u.p.. Sample containing about 2639 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) AMY Henley Golf Club – the first 80 years. Henley Golf Club, Henley-on-Thames, Oxon (1986), 1-80. Sample containing about 34287 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) AN0 The intelligence game. Rusbridger, James, I B Tauris & Company Ltd, London (1991), 11-84. Sample containing about 36678 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AN1 LM potencies. Barker, Robert (ed.)Tomlinson, John, Schore, R M and Dey, S P, The Homeopathic Supply Company, Norfolk (1991). Sample containing about 16143 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) AN2 Know your Land Rover. Ivins, Robert, LRO Books Ltd, Diss, Norfolk (1991), 5-88. Sample containing about 35724 words from a book (domain: leisure) AN3 Latin American society. Cubitt, Tessa,

122 Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1988), 85-183. Sample containing about 39788 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AN4 Mary Leapor: a study in eighteenthcentury women’s poetry. Greene, Richard, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 54670 words from a book (domain: arts) AN5 The legal context of teaching. Johnstone, Susan, Pearce, Penelope and Harris, Neville, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 60-154. Sample containing about 38172 words from a book (domain: social science) AN7 Maggie Jordan. Blair, Emma, Bantam (Corgi), London (1990), 7-94. Sample containing about 40491 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AN8 The meddlers. Rayner, Claire, Michael Joseph Ltd, London (1991), 15-110. Sample containing about 35988 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AN9 Melt down: collapse of a nuclear dream. Aubrey, Crispin, Collins & Brown Ltd, London (1991), 13-112. Sample containing about 41687 words from a book (domain: social science) ANA Towards a better understanding. Senior, Robert, Euromonitor Publications Ltd, London (1985), 9-111. Sample containing about 31418 words from a book (domain: social science) ANB Milan: the complete travel organiser. Sale, Richard, The Crowood Press, Marlborough, Wilts (1991), 37145. Sample containing about 31872 words from a book (domain: leisure) ANC The mills of Gloucestershire. Riemer, Pierce and Mills, Stephen, Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham (1989), 35126. Sample containing about 38082 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AND Marketing your primary school. Sullivan, Mike, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991), 1-104. Sample containing about 34858 words from a book (do-

12. List of works excerpted main: commerce) ANF Modigliani. Rose, June, Constable & Company Ltd, London (1990), 94-213. Sample containing about 33738 words from a book (domain: arts) ANH The morality of freedom. Raz, Joseph, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1986), 38-131. Sample containing about 35233 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) ANJ Mozart: prodigy of nature. Rigbie Turner, J and Banks, C A, British Library, London/New York (1991), 14-51. Sample containing about 14664 words from a book (domain: arts) ANK Murder in old Berkshire. Long, Roger, Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham (1990), 11-122. Sample containing about 35956 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ANL Patently murder. Harrison, Ray, Constable & Company Ltd, London (1991), 7-110. Sample containing about 43818 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ANM NCT Birmingham Central Branch Newsletter. u.p.. Sample containing about 27664 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) ANP The National Trust Magazine. The National Trust, London (1990-19-19). Sample containing about 21626 words from a periodical (domain: arts) ANR Napoleon III. Smith, William H C, Collins & Brown Ltd, London (1991), 6-104. Sample containing about 39062 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ANS National curriculum English (ages 516). Department of Ed. & Science, UK (1989-07). Sample containing about 28115 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) ANT National liberation. Harris, Nigel, I B Tauris & Company Ltd, London (1990), 1-100. Sample containing about 38684 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

12. List of works excerpted ANU Pity the nation: Lebanon at war. Fisk, Robert, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991), 12-91. Sample containing about 40226 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ANX New Scientist. IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16). Sample containing about 54457 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) ANY Nice work. Lodge, David, Secker & Warburg, London (1988), 1-105. Sample containing about 43859 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AP0 The joker’s wild: biography of Jack Nicholson. Parker, John, Anaya Publishers Ltd, London (1991), 9-109. Sample containing about 37647 words from a book (domain: arts) AP1 [Collection of letters from OUP]. u.p.. Sample containing about 24303 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) AP5 [Official leaflets]. u.p.. Sample containing about 17281 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) AP6 Monster Raving Loony Party’s draft manifesto for General Election 1992. u.p.. Sample containing about 1919 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) AP7 I don’t feel old. Abendstern, Michele, Thompson, Paul and Itzin, Cathy, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990), 1-106. Sample containing about 38087 words from a book (domain: social science) AP8 The old galleries of Cumbria and the early wool trade. Allen, Phoebe, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal (1984), 1-56. Sample containing about 11802 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) APC In the palace of serpents. Pow, Tom, Canongate Press plc, Edinburgh (1992), 28-124. Sample containing about 36724 words from a book (domain: leisure) APD Palestine and Israel. McDowell, David, I B Tauris & Company Ltd, Lon-

123 don (1990), 39-122. Sample containing about 33701 words from a book (domain: world affairs) APE Parliamentary affairs. Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991-19-19), 125225. Sample containing about 37104 words from a periodical (domain: social science) APH Perceptual and associative learning. Hall, Geoffrey, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991), 68-180. Sample containing about 44836 words from a book (domain: applied science) APJ Report on visit to Peto Institute. Eccleshall, J and Davis, J, u.p.. Sample containing about 3549 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) APK Photography. Argus Specialist Publications, Hemel Hempstead (1992-02). Sample containing about 17279 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) APL Photography. Argus Specialist Publications, Hemel Hempstead (199119-19). Sample containing about 11489 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) APM The message to the planet. Murdoch, Iris, Chatto & Windus Ltd, London (1989), 112-198. Sample containing about 39520 words from a book (domain: imaginative) APN The political economy of soil erosion in developing countries. Blaikie, Piers, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1987), 12-106. Sample containing about 39913 words from a book (domain: world affairs) APP Politics in the streets. Purdie, Bob, The Blackstaff Press Ltd, Belfast (1990), 121-197. Sample containing about 30441 words from a book (domain: world affairs) APR Possession. Byatt, A S, Chatto & Windus Ltd, London (1990), 1-91. Sample containing about 35672 words from a book (domain: imaginative) APS Postmodernism and contemporary fic-

124 tion. Smyth, Edmund J, B T Batsford Ltd, London (1991), 19-102. Sample containing about 42270 words from a book (domain: arts) APT Prague. Abel-Smith, Lucy and Kotalik, Jiri, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991), 28-137. Sample containing about 39583 words from a book (domain: leisure) APU The prince. Brayfield, Celia, Chatto & Windus Ltd, London (1990). Sample containing about 38559 words from a book (domain: imaginative) APV Cleaning professional kitchens. North, Rae, Cresta Publishing Company, Liverpool (1985), 1-90. Sample containing about 37396 words from a book (domain: applied science) APW Quest for a babe. Hendry, Frances Mary, Canongate Publishing Ltd, Edinburgh (1990), 43-141. Sample containing about 39142 words from a book (domain: imaginative) APX Royal Institute of British Architects Journal. RIBA Magazines Ltd, London (1990-10). Sample containing about 29542 words from a periodical (domain: arts) APY The racket. Mason, Anita, Constable & Company Ltd, London (1990), 84192. Sample containing about 33971 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AR0 The railway station: a social history. Richards, Jeffrey and MacKenzie, John M, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1988), 1-93. Sample containing about 41398 words from a book (domain: social science) AR2 Ready to catch him should he fall. Bartlett, Neil, Serpent’s Tail, London (1990), 9-114. Sample containing about 31206 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AR3 The remains of the day. Ishiguro, Kazuo, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1989), 1-110. Sample containing about 36433 words from a book (domain:

12. List of works excerpted imaginative) AR4 Roman art. Walker, Susan, British Museum Press, London (1991), 4-37. Sample containing about 12575 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AR5 Rottweilers: an owner’s companion. Price, Les, The Crowood Press, Marlborough, Wilts (1991), 6-104. Sample containing about 24860 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) AR7 Running. Stonehart Leisure Magazines, London (1991-04). Sample containing about 32726 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) AR8 The SAS at war 1941-1945. Kemp, Anthony, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991), 1-96. Sample containing about 36687 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AR9 The Save Britain’s Heritage action guide. Binney, Marcus and WatsonSmyth, Marianne, Collins & Brown Ltd, London (1991), 7-127. Sample containing about 40036 words from a book (domain: arts) ARA Stopping crime starts with you. Northern Ireland Office, Belfast, 1-42. Sample containing about 9272 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) ARB The best of Sunday Times travel. Girling, Richard (ed.), David & Charles Publishers plc, Newton Abbot, Devon (1988), 9-124. Sample containing about 40046 words from a book (domain: leisure) ARC A generation of schooling. Judge, Harry, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1984), 1-98. Sample containing about 36257 words from a book (domain: social science) ARD Screen. Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991), 127-227. Sample containing about 25420 words from a periodical (domain: arts) ARE Scuba world. Freestyle Publications Ltd, Poole (1991-10). Sample containing about 18455 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

12. List of works excerpted ARF In search of a cure. Weatherall, M, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990), 161-266. Sample containing about 37153 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) ARG In search of happiness. Houston, James, Lion Publishing plc, Oxford (1990), 165-275. Sample containing about 35217 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) ARH Sexually transmitted diseases: the facts. Barlow, David, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1979), 1-107. Sample containing about 44200 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) ARJ She magazine. The National Magazine Company Ltd, London (1989-10). Sample containing about 57194 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) ARK Shockwave. Forbes, Colin, Pan Books Ltd, London (1990). Sample containing about 28662 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ARM Skateboard!. Lancastrian Holdings Ltd, Dorset (1991-03). Sample containing about 9984 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) ARP Skinhead. Knight, Nick, Omnibus Press, London (1982), 5-52. Sample containing about 13762 words from a book (domain: social science) ARR The selfish gene. Dawkins, Richard, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989), 166-266. Sample containing about 33758 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) ARS The challenge of smallholding. Sweeny, Sedley, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1985), 1-113. Sample containing about 32323 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) ART The Smiths. Middles, Mick, Omnibus Press, London (1988), 3-124. Sample containing about 41129 words from a book (domain: arts) ARW Spare Rib. u.p.. Sample containing about 32315 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

125 ARX The strange rise of semi-literate England. West, W J, Gerald Duckworth & Company Ltd, London (1992), 7-58. Sample containing about 16210 words from a book (domain: leisure) ARY The fundamentals of stability testing. IFSCC, Weymouth (1992), 5-23. Sample containing about 7733 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) AS0 Strokes and head injuries. Grisogono, Vivian and Lynch, Mary, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991), 65153. Sample containing about 30887 words from a book (domain: applied science) AS1 Do-it-yourself home surveying. Collard, George, David & Charles Publishers plc, Newton Abbot, Devon (1990), 13-143. Sample containing about 26040 words from a book (domain: applied science) AS3 The first fifty. Gray, Muriel, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1991), 31-162. Sample containing about 38659 words from a book (domain: leisure) AS4 Taming the flood. Purseglove, J, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989), 1-91. Sample containing about 32311 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) AS5 Thomas Hardy 1840-1928. James, Elizabeth, The British Library Board, London (1990), 1-36. Sample containing about 7067 words from a book (domain: arts) AS6 Tackling the inner cities. Pimlott, Ben and MacGregor, Susanne, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991), 1-92. Sample containing about 30938 words from a book (domain: social science) AS7 Tales of the loch. Sandison, Bruce, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1990), 1-102. Sample containing about 38218 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ASA How we won the open: the caddies’ stories. Dabell, Norman, Anaya Publishers Ltd, London (1990), 7-116.

126 Sample containing about 37344 words from a book (domain: leisure) ASB Freedom under Thatcher. Gearty, C A and Ewing, K D, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990), 1-117. Sample containing about 44722 words from a book (domain: social science) ASC Theatre in my blood: biography of John Cranko. Percival, John, The Herbert Press Ltd, London (1983), v-78. Sample containing about 34800 words from a book (domain: arts) ASD Now we are thirty-something. Jennings, Charles, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991), 1-120. Sample containing about 27885 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ASE The world of Thrush Green. Read, Michael Joseph Ltd (Penguin), London (1990), 11-119. Sample containing about 33613 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ASF Time in history. Whitrow, G J, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990), 19120. Sample containing about 39930 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ASG Battle of the titans: Kasparov-Karpov. Keene, Raymond, B T Batsford Ltd, London (1991), 1-123. Sample containing about 26707 words from a book (domain: leisure) ASH Today’s Horse. Aceville Publications Ltd, Colchester, Essex (1991-19-19). Sample containing about 23751 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) ASJ Travel. Seddon, Sue, Alan Sutton/Thomas Cook, Stroud/Peterborough (1991), 11-144. Sample containing about 27522 words from a book (domain: leisure) ASK Treat me right: essays on medical law. Kennedy, Ian, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1988), 257-363. Sample containing about 43444 words from a book (domain: social science) ASL The triumph of the embryo. Wolpert, Lewis, Oxford University Press, Oxford

12. List of works excerpted (1991), 1-103. Sample containing about 29600 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) ASN The truth of stone. Mackenzie, David S, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1991), 99-187. Sample containing about 38828 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ASR Volcanoes. Francis, P, Penguin Group, London (1979). Sample containing about 40357 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) ASS The Wimbledon poisoner. Williams, Nigel, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1990), 1-127. Sample containing about 41153 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ASU Wainwright in the limestone dales. Wainwright, Alfred, Michael Joseph Ltd, London (1991), 1-122. Sample containing about 27382 words from a book (domain: leisure) ASV Walking on Water. Martin, Andy, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991), 60-163. Sample containing about 37761 words from a book (domain: leisure) ASW Warriors of Christendom. Matthews, John and Stewart, Bob, Firebird Books Ltd, Poole (1988), 53-168. Sample containing about 36671 words from a book (domain: world affairs) ASY A common policy for education. Warnock, Mary, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989), 1-103. Sample containing about 40182 words from a book (domain: social science) AT1 The wedding present. Hodkinson, Mark, Omnibus Press, London (1990), 5-91. Sample containing about 39181 words from a book (domain: arts) AT3 Wheelbarrow across the Sahara. Howard, Geoffrey, Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd, Gloucester (1990), 12-91. Sample containing about 39748 words from a book (domain: leisure) AT4 Who, sir? Me, sir?. Peyton, K M, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1988), 5-

12. List of works excerpted 138. Sample containing about 47798 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AT6 Windsurfing: improving techniques. Oakley, Ben, The Crowood Press, Marlborough, Wilts (1987), 1-118. Sample containing about 35388 words from a book (domain: leisure) AT7 The wingless bird. Cookson, Catherine, Bantam (Corgi), London (1990), 11128. Sample containing about 40027 words from a book (domain: imaginative) AT8 World energy. Hedley, Don, Euromonitor Publications Ltd, London (1986), 85-176. Sample containing about 34669 words from a book (domain: commerce) AT9 Women priests: which way will you vote?. SPCK, London (1990). Sample containing about 6845 words of miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) ATA Women: a cultural review. Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991-19-19), 1-97. Sample containing about 36406 words from a periodical (domain: social science) ATE Worlds apart. Cairney, John, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1991), 217-308. Sample containing about 41723 words from a book (domain: imaginative) ATG Yugoslavia in crisis. Lydall, Harold, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989), 144-205. Sample containing about 21521 words from a book (domain: world affairs) AYJ Twenty ways to manage better. Leigh, Andrew, Institute of Personnel Management, London (1992), 13-113. Sample containing about 34738 words from a book (domain: commerce) AYK Your four point plan for life. Markham, Ursula, Element Books Ltd, Shaftesbury, Dorset (1991), 3-132. Sample containing about 38948 words from a book (domain: applied science) AYM [Events and entertainments leaflets].

127 u.p.. Sample containing about 20733 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) AYP [Financial leaflets]. u.p.. Sample containing about 53481 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) AYR [Financial letters]. u.p.. Sample containing about 9374 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) AYX [Leaflets advertising services]. u.p.. Sample containing about 5820 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) B01 Age. McEwen, Evelyn (ed.), Age Concern England, Mitcham (1990), 12-112. The unrecognised discrimination. Sample containing about 41764 words from a book (domain: social science) B02 Agriculture and nature conservation in conflict. Smith, Malcolm, The Arkleton Trust, Langholm, Dumfriesshire (1985), 1-94. Sample containing about 31239 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) B03 The Alton Herald. Farnham Castle Newspapers Ltd, Farnham, Surrey (1992-04-17), 1-32. Sample containing about 59362 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) B04 Animal welfare and the environment. Ryder, Richard D (ed.), Gerald Duckworth & Company Ltd, London (1992), 9-116. Sample containing about 38867 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B05 Approaches to spiritual direction. Long, Anne, Grove Books Ltd, Nottingham (1988), 3-25. Sample containing about 10323 words of miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) B06 Aromatherapy massage with essential oils. Wildwood, Christine, Element Books Ltd, Shaftesbury, Dorset (1992), 1-124. Sample containing about 34776 words from a book (domain: leisure) B07 Book selection. Spiller, David, Library Association Publishing Ltd, London (1991), 8-127. Principles and practice. Sample containing about 40498

128 words from a book (domain: applied science) B08 How to get the best deal from your employer. Edwards, Martin, Kogan Page Ltd, London (1991), 40-163. Sample containing about 38210 words from a book (domain: commerce) B09 Blackpool’s century of trams. Palmer, Steve, Blackpool Borough Council, Blackpool (1985), 2-113. Sample containing about 30260 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B0A A guide to Britain’s industrial past. Bailey, Brian, Whittet Books Ltd, London (1985), 17-133. Sample containing about 40083 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B0B The Challenge book of brownie stories. Moss, Robert, MTB Ltd, Gloucestershire (1988), 44-157. Sample containing about 41421 words from a book (domain: imaginative) B0G Cornish times reflected. Lister, Martin, Tamara Publications, Saltash, Cornwall (1988). Sample containing about 23702 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) B0H Cabinet. Hennessy, Peter, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1990), 34-122. Sample containing about 38718 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B0J Cambridge. Graham-Cameron, Graham (ed.)Herbert, Helen, Godley & Company Publishers, Cambridge (1988), 6-28. A painter’s view. Sample containing about 1538 words from a book (domain: arts) B0K Cattle. Porter, Valerie, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991), 39115. Sample containing about 41445 words from a book (domain: applied science) B0L Herbert Chapman. Studd, Stephen, Peter Owen Publishers, London (1981), 43-146. Football emperor. Sample containing about 37027 words from a book (domain: leisure) B0M Chemistry in Britain. Royal Soci-

12. List of works excerpted ety of Chemistry, London (1992-1919). Sample containing about 49086 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) B0N Citizens’ Advice Bureaux. Citron, Judith, Pluto Press, London (1989), 37142. Sample containing about 38124 words from a book (domain: social science) B0P Advanced coarse fishing. Marsden, Graham, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1987), 5-106. Sample containing about 38335 words from a book (domain: leisure) B0R Coleridge and Wordsworth in the West Country. Mayberry, Tom, Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd, Gloucester (1992), 4131. Sample containing about 34186 words from a book (domain: arts) B0S The councillor. Prophet, John, Shaw & Sons Ltd, London (1987), 1-76. Sample containing about 15164 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B0U A crowd is not company. Kee, Robert, Sphere Books Ltd, London (1991), 22121. Sample containing about 41954 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B0W Dementia and home care. Askham, Janet and Thompson, Catherine, Age Concern England, Mitcham (1990), 9118. Sample containing about 32143 words from a book (domain: social science) B0X Diabetes and the heart. Taylor, Kenneth G (ed.), Castle House Publications Ltd, Tunbridge Wells (1987), 42-134. Sample containing about 38773 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) B0Y The Dickens index. Burgis, Nina, Slater, Michael and Bentley, Nicolas, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990), 182-239. Sample containing about 43356 words from a book (domain: arts) B10 Discipline: a positive guide for parents. Herbert, Martin, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1989), 1-130. Sample contain-

12. List of works excerpted ing about 39924 words from a book (domain: applied science) B11 In all directions. Dunlop, Roy, Graham-Cameron Publishing, Cambridge (1986), 77-144. Sample containing about 42110 words from a book (domain: arts) B12 Education in the developing world. Graham-Brown, Sarah, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991), 79-171. Sample containing about 37032 words from a book (domain: social science) B13 Edenderry Memorial Methodist Church. u.p. (n.d.), 1-61. Sample containing about 20720 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) B14 The elements of nursing. Tierney, Alison J, Logan, Winifred W and Roper, Nancy, Churchill Livingstone, Harlow (1990), 67-116. Sample containing about 39804 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) B15 Environmental scanning and business strategy. Waters, Judith and Lester, Ray, The British Library Board, London (1989), 1-111. Sample containing about 24119 words from a book (domain: applied science) B16 Exploring data. Marsh, Catherine, Polity Press, Cambridge (1988), 143260. Sample containing about 38183 words from a book (domain: applied science) B17 Crime. Marsh, Ian, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 1-94. Sample containing about 34305 words from a book (domain: social science) B19 Fighting cancer: a personal story. Hitchcock, Raymond, Angel Press, Chichester (1989), 1-130. Sample containing about 39253 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) B1A [Penultimate Picture Palace programme]. Penultimate Picture Palace, Oxford (1991). Sample containing about 1081 words of miscellanea (domain: arts) B1C For now. Godbert, Geoffrey and Ram-

129 say, Jay, The Diamond Press, London (1991), 1-108. Sample containing about 14254 words from a book (domain: imaginative) B1D The Foreign Office: an architectural history. Toplis, Ian, Mansell Publishing Ltd, London/New York (1987), 13-109. Sample containing about 40764 words from a book (domain: arts) B1E Global environmental change. Mannion, A M, Longman Scientific & Technical, Harlow (1991). Sample containing about 38405 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B1F Gardens of meditation. Falconar, A E I, Colin Smythe Ltd, Gerrards Cross (1980), 7-103. Sample containing about 36283 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) B1G Handling geographical information. Blakemore, Michael, Masser, Ian (eds.), Longman Scientific & Technical, Harlow (1991), 55-176. Sample containing about 38559 words from a book (domain: applied science) B1H Decisions in geography: the United Kingdom. Farleigh Rice, W, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1985), 4-137. Sample containing about 40694 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B1J In good faith. Lamont, Stewart, St Andrew Press, Edinburgh (1989), 389. Sample containing about 40137 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) B1K Green belt. Grayson, Lesley (ed.), The British Library Board, London (1990), 1-95. Sample containing about 8529 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B1L Hampden Babylon. Cosgrove, Stuart, Canongate Press plc, Edinburgh (1991), 6-109. Sample containing about 42138 words from a book (domain: leisure) B1M [Health promotion and education leaflets]. u.p.. Sample containing about 12096 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

130 B1N Highland journey. Hedderwick, Mairi, Canongate Press plc, Edinburgh (1992), 57-163. Sample containing about 35260 words from a book (domain: leisure) B1P A companion to local history research. Campbell-Kease, John, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1989), 275364. Sample containing about 39453 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B1R How to use homeopathy. Hammond, Christopher, Element Books Ltd, Shaftesbury, Dorset (1991), 1-134. Sample containing about 35817 words from a book (domain: applied science) B1S Our family has Huntington’s chorea. Slatford, Joy, Graham-Cameron Publishing, Cambridge (1987), 2-24. Sample containing about 677 words from a book (domain: social science) B1T Images of youth. Hendrick, Harry, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990), 157-259. Sample containing about 31159 words from a book (domain: social science) B1U Britain’s inner cities. Lawless, Paul, Paul Chapman Publishing Ltd, London (1989), 14-96. Sample containing about 37271 words from a book (domain: social science) B1W International finance and developing countries. Leslie, James, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1987), 11-118. Sample containing about 37262 words from a book (domain: commerce) B1X The killing frost. Hayden, Thomas, Random Century Group, London (1991), 155-256. Sample containing about 42226 words from a book (domain: imaginative) B1Y Life, love and laughter. Horne, Molly, Merlin Books ltd, Braunton (1989), 777. Sample containing about 26711 words from a book (domain: leisure) B20 Look about and die. Butters, Roger, The Book Guild Ltd, Lewes, East Sussex (1991), 45-167. Sample containing

12. List of works excerpted about 41196 words from a book (domain: imaginative) B21 Learn to live. Spindler, Stephanie, Element Books Ltd, Shaftesbury, Dorset (1991), 1-93. Sample containing about 23668 words from a book (domain: applied science) B22 I remember, I remember. Maidment, Arthur, Baverstock Books, Westbury, Wilts (1990), 31-144. Sample containing about 40284 words from a book (domain: leisure) B23 Local management of schools. Gilbert, Christine (ed.), Kogan Page Ltd, London (1990), 13-131. Sample containing about 41102 words from a book (domain: social science) B24 On the Mersey beat. Brogden, Mike, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991), 36-116. Sample containing about 42573 words from a book (domain: social science) B25 Methods of social investigation. Mann, Peter H, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1985). Sample containing about 39333 words from a book (domain: social science) B26 Microsoft Word: training guide. Andralojc, Hari, Lambden, Anne and Walker, Pauline, Pitman Publishing, London (1990), 1-74. Sample containing about 19851 words from a book (domain: applied science) B27 [Midland bank leaflets]. u.p.. Sample containing about 7306 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) B28 Managing the national curriculum. Brighouse, Tim, Moon, Bob (eds.), Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991), 27-129. Sample containing about 38493 words from a book (domain: social science) B29 [Northern Ireland tourist information]. u.p.. Sample containing about 29239 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) B2A Changing face of the NHS in the 1990s. Spurgeon, Peter (ed.), Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990), 4-106. Sample

12. List of works excerpted containing about 40790 words from a book (domain: social science) B2B The Nottingham Graduate. University of Nottingham, Nottingham (1992). Sample containing about 2064 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) B2C Owls, caves and fossils. Andrews, Peter, Natural History Museum Publications, London (1990), 1-89. Sample containing about 39494 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) B2D Odour nuisances and their control. Artis, Denise, Shaw & Sons Ltd, London (1984), 1-118. Sample containing about 29909 words from a book (domain: social science) B2E Oh! sister I saw the bells go down. Saunders-Veness, Frances, The Book Guild Ltd, Lewes, East Sussex (1989), 7-73. Sample containing about 26166 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B2F Improve your people skills. Honey, Peter, Institute of Personnel Management, London (1992), 70-177. Sample containing about 31580 words from a book (domain: commerce) B2G Paganism and the occult. Logan, Kevin, Kingsway Publications, Eastbourne (1988), 79-178. Sample containing about 30815 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) B2H The palace centurions. Sands, Nigel, Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham (1991), 11-115. Sample containing about 33917 words from a book (domain: leisure) B2J Habitat of palaeozoic gas in NW Europe. Goff, J, van Hoorne, B, Brooks, J (eds.), Scottish Academic Press, Edinburgh (1986), 37-166. Sample containing about 40303 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) B2K Colliding plane waves in general relativity. Griffiths, J B, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991), 48-145. Sample containing about 25233 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

131 B2L Politics in transition. Anderson, James, Cochrane, Allan (eds.), Sage Publications Ltd, London (1989), 95-170. Sample containing about 34615 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B2M Practical soft systems analysis. Patching, David, Pitman Publishing, London (1989), 167-268. Sample containing about 30129 words from a book (domain: applied science) B2N How Miranda flew down Puddle Lane. McCullagh, Sheila, Ladybird Books Ltd, Loughborough (1991), 4-44. Sample containing about 934 words from a book (domain: imaginative) B2P The Roman law of trusts. Johnston, David, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1988). Sample containing about 39036 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B2S The railwaymen: Wolverton 18381986. West, Bill, Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham (1987), 25-128. Sample containing about 41040 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B2T The reality of partnership. Clough, Elizabeth, Hedge, R, Gibbs, Bob (eds.), Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991), 65-178. Sample containing about 35394 words from a book (domain: social science) B2U Retailing: a manual for students. Leach, Helen, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1989), 45-160. Sample containing about 30338 words from a book (domain: commerce) B2V Rural life in Roman Suffolk. GrahamCameron, Mike and Herbert, Helen, Graham-Cameron Publishing, Cambridge (1984). Sample containing about 2138 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) B2W The Royal Veterinary College London. Cotchin, Ernest, Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham (1990), 9-76. Sample containing about 36939 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B2X Journal of semantics. Oxford Uni-

1-135. CFranks. Sample containing about 8486 words of miscel- 12. Coleraine (1991). Susan M (ed. Sample containing about 33898 words from a book (domain: social science) B3H William Green of Ambleside. Abbot Hall Art Gallery. IPC Magazines Ltd. Doremy. Robson Books Ltd. Sample containing about 34195 words from a book (domain: social science) B33 Teaching clinical nursing. Kendal (1984). Pickernell. University of Ulster. Oxford (1990). University of Ulster. Mitcham (1989). Age Concern England. Keith and Catalan. Helen (ed. Sample containing about 38661 words from a book (domain: applied science) B3F One WAAF’s war. Morgans Technical Books Ltd. Sample containing about 20031 words from a book (domain: leisure) B30 Attempted suicide.p. M E. Sloss. u. Sample containing about 8355 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) B38 True confessions and new cliches. London (1991-02-16). J D G and Burkett. University of Ulster. List of works excerpted lanea (domain: social science) B3B An introduction to postgraduate studies. London (1991). London (1988). 31-150.. Oxford (1990). Sample containing about 38639 words from a book (domain: leisure) B32 Taking good care. Jose. Orton. Hinchliff. Worsley. Hawton. C and Ward. Tunbridge Wells (1989). Phillimore & Company Ltd.). S. Joan. Sample containing about 38231 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) B71 New Scientist. Clive Bingley Ltd. Shrubb. Fjallbrant. Peter. Channel 4 (1992).). Mitcham (1987). Ian. Lochhead. Sample containing about 37224 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B35 Tour de France 92. Longman Group UK Ltd. The British Library Board. Nancy and Malley. Edinburgh (1985). Polygon Books. Sample containing about 27737 words from a book (domain: arts) B3J Yanto’s summer. Age Concern England. Chichester (1979). Sample containing about 1731 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) B3A Guide for new students 1991. Sample containing about 46508 words from a book (domain: imaginative) B3K [Tourist information: York]. Donald. 19126. University of Ulster. Oxford University Press. Coleraine (1991). IPC Magazines Ltd. Coleraine (1991). 5-76. Sample containing about 44553 words from a periodi- .132 versity Press. Ray. London (1984). Sample containing about 34591 words from a book (domain: social science) B31 The birds of Sussex. Sample containing about 26513 words from a book (domain: imaginative) B39 Graduate enterprise programme. Sample containing about 42550 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) B3D User education in libraries. Sample containing about 35649 words from a book (domain: social science) B34 Tiller’s girls. Sample containing about 36588 words from a book (domain: world affairs) B3G What every woman should know about retirement. Sample containing about 44542 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B72 New Scientist. D J Costello (Publishers) Ltd. Wottonunder-Edge (1988). Liz. Jenny. Harlow (1986). 88-189. 9-127. Beech. V. Dudley. Sample containing about 13940 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) B3C Undergraduate prospectus for entry 1992. 321-452. 1-152. London (1991-02-16). Coleraine (1991). Sample containing about 19271 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B2Y Sound recordings. Vernon. Copeland. Michael.

7-100. London (1991-02-16). London (1991-02-16). IPC Magazines Ltd. London (1991-02-16). Sample containing about 42952 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) BLW Forty plus. Audrey. IPC Magazines Ltd. Desmond. IPC Magazines Ltd. IPC Magazines Ltd. IPC Magazines Ltd. Sample containing about 49050 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7K New Scientist. London (1991-02-16). Sample containing about 45363 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B78 New Scientist. Longman Group UK Ltd. Hugh and Croft. Sample containing about 12802 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7B New Scientist. Sample containing about 38693 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7E New Scientist. IPC Magazines Ltd. Herts (1988). Batchelor. IPC Magazines Ltd. Harlow (1979). Sample containing about 49020 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B79 New Scientist. Hawes. Sample containing about 51195 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7M New Scientist. London (1991-02-16). Aarons.12. Sample containing about 44308 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7J New Scientist. Sample containing about 53321 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7H New Scientist. IPC Magazines Ltd. Sample containing about 38360 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B75 New Scientist. London (1991-02-16). Sample containing about 16005 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7G New Scientist. 10-121. London (1991-02-16). London (1991-02-16). IPC Magazines Ltd. IPC Magazines Ltd. Sample containing about 14861 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7C New Scientist. London (1991-02-16). London (1991-02-16). London (1991-02-16). London (1991-02-16). John. IPC Magazines Ltd. London (1991-02-16). IPC Magazines Ltd. Sample containing about 14416 words from a periodi- 133 cal (domain: applied science) B7F New Scientist. Sample containing about 37855 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) BLY Curriculum and reality in African primary schools. London (1991-02-16). Sample containing about 43912 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7N New Scientist. IPC Magazines Ltd. London (1991-02-16). Sample containing about 13037 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7A New Scientist. Mary. Sample containing about 39394 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7L New Scientist. Sample containing about 47625 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B74 New Scientist. IPC Magazines Ltd. London (1991). London (1991-02-16). IPC Magazines Ltd. IPC Magazines Ltd. IPC Magazines Ltd. Colette. London (1991-02-16). Lion Publishing plc. 48166. Tring. IPC Magazines Ltd. London (1991-02-16). Sample containing about 41806 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B77 New Scientist. Sample containing about 45342 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B76 New Scientist. Sample con- . List of works excerpted cal (domain: applied science) B73 New Scientist. Sample containing about 40414 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BLX Animal watching – A field guide to animal behaviour. Cape. London (1991-02-16). Sample containing about 47149 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) B7D New Scientist. IPC Magazines Ltd. Morris. Hawes. IPC Magazines Ltd. London (1991-02-16).

1-95. 67-265. Sample containing about 41553 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BM4 The Alton Herald. London (1986). Middlesex (1990-10-10. Brennan. Linford and Ward. Surrey (1992-03-27. Waterfield. 138-221. 199204.). Robert Headlam (ed. London (1989). Robin. Bristol (1989). Oxon (1991-10. The Bristol Press. Sample containing about 14644 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BMK Chemistry in Britain. Spink. Haymarket Magazines Ltd. Sample containing about 30801 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) BMG Catlore. Sample containing about 35892 words from a book (domain: social science) BM2 The alternative religion. 9-111. CD Review Ltd. Sample containing about 44652 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) BML Children as readers. Tony. 5-114. List of works excerpted BMB Business.). Ayrshire (1990). Grayson. Sample containing about 21866 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BM1 The complete guide to food allergy and intolerance. Shaftesbury. S T & R J Fisher. 1992-04-1).134 taining about 39163 words from a book (domain: social science) BM0 The Alexander technique. London (1991-07). Cape. Berkhamstead (1992-05). Sample containing about 83844 words from a periodical (domain: arts) BMD Country Living. Kenneth J. Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd. Morris. Malley. Pluto Press. Leslie (ed. Business People Pubcs Ltd. Sample containing about 38317 words from a book (domain: social science) BMM Linford Christie: an autobiography. Sample containing about 44464 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) BMC CD Review. London (1990). 199). Estates Gazette Ltd. Appleford. Royal Society of Chemistry. Tarbuck. 1992-04). Sample containing about 33408 words from a book (domain: social science) BMA Bukharin’s theory of equilibrium. Jackson. Haddington. Jonathan. 17-94. 1-35. Ian. 1990-03-1). Linda and Brostoff. Teddington. Darvel. Sample containing about 37380 words from a book (domain: world affairs) 12. Richard. Sample containing about 33641 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) BM6 Ayrshire heritage. The National Magazine Company Ltd. The British Library Board. Sample containing about 13375 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) BMJ Channel tunnel. Library Association Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 37270 words from a book (domain: applied science) BMH Censorship and libraries. Sample containing about 38065 words from a book (domain: applied science) BMF Canoeist. 3-56. Cranebeam Commercial Ltd. John. Dorset (1991). Desmond. Gale. A study. London (1989). Farnham. 1-103. 17-99. Andrew. 3-85. Christie. Boyle. Lothian (1990). Sample containing about 56316 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) BM5 Autocar and Motor. 12109. London (1990). Peter. London (1991-03. Sample containing about 32322 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BM9 Britain’s deaf heritage. W E. 59-172. Element Books Ltd. East Grinstead (1988). London (1989). 4-97. Ar- . E. 1991-06). 54-158. British Deaf Association. Library Association Publishing Ltd. 4-180. Sample containing about 40226 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BM8 Before eureka. Sample containing about 39395 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) BME Construction refurbishment & design. Alloway Publishing Ltd. Gamlin. London (1989). Farnham Castle Newspapers Ltd. London (1992-01.

Faber & Faber Ltd. A (ed. Gervaise. Bucks (1983). Hauxwell. 21-126. Jack. Brooke. Angela. London (1991). Davidson. Herts (1990). Sample containing about 36954 words from a book (domain: imaginative) BN2 Gdansk. u.). Surrey (1983). 7-170. Caplan. Philip. Sample containing about 39773 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BMW Folly’s child. Sample containing about 37899 words from a book (domain: applied science) BN5 Rosemary Conley’s hip and thigh diet. Conley. London (1991). Element Books Ltd. Polygon Books. Derek. Random Century Group. Sporting Magazines & Pubs. Mary. Clifford. Janet.). Dorset (1991). Leonard. Tunbridge Wells (1992-06). Argus Books. Springwood Books. 39-128. Sample containing about 40592 words from a book (domain: imaginative) BMV Europe in the central middle ages. Alison. Michael. Doherty. Dibdin. Sample containing about 41548 words from a book (domain: imaginative) BMT The elements of earth mysteries. Sample containing about 34758 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BN4 Here’s health: the green guide. Sam- . Rogers. 1-97. Tony (ed. Longman Group UK Ltd. M (eds. A. John. Sample containing about 38966 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BN3 Memories of the Gorbals. Davidson. London (1990). Tanner. Harlow (1987). 1-100. Tighe. The Pentland Press Ltd. Walker Books Ltd. London (1990). Dorset (1991). Shaftesbury. P C. Sample containing about 23321 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BMR Dirty tricks. Headline Book Publishing plc. Durham (1991). 13124. John Goodchild Publishers. Social Science Research Council. 1-102. Jackson. Christopher. Wendover. 5-142. London (1989). Pluto Press. 41-186. Sample containing about 39105 words from a book (domain: imaginative) BMS Gate-crashing the dream party. 1-76. Barry. Sample containing about 41623 words from a book (domain: leisure) BMN Crown in darkness. Arrow Books Ltd. Carl. Sample containing about 40903 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BN1 And thus will I freely sing. Sample containing about 15954 words from a book (domain: leisure) BN6 Seasons of my life. Sample containing about 39296 words from a 135 book (domain: imaginative) BMY Natural creation & the formative mind. Rosemary. Mansell Publishing Ltd. London (1989). Edinburgh (1989).p.). London (1991). Sample containing about 28709 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BN9 The Cricketer. Century Hutchinson. London (1980). Caroline and Smyth. Element Books Ltd. Heselton. Sample containing about 38547 words from a book (domain: imaginative) BMP Way of life: dominant ideologies and local communities. London (1991).12. Sample containing about 25608 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) BN8 Hollow promises?. 18-153.. Hemel Hempstead. Wheater. 44141. Hannah and Cockcroft. Sample containing about 36727 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BMU The distance enchanted. 18-96. 1-109. Sample containing about 35702 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BN7 [Miscellaneous leaflets on health]. 1-83. Windlesham. Sample containing about 42584 words from a book (domain: imaginative) BMX The affair of the forest. Keith. 27-151. London (1990). Shaftesbury. List of works excerpted row Books Ltd.

London (1992). 55139. u. Janet and Clulow. Sample containing about 41819 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BNC It might have been Jerusalem. 15-106. Sheldon Press. Monica. Sample containing about 40409 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BNP Punch. Michele. London (1992-19-19). 115-200.136 ple containing about 42009 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) BNA How to interview and be interviewed. Sample containing about 35787 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BNB Island fortress. Edinburgh (1991). Turner. Richard (ed. Sample containing about 40937 words from a book (domain: world affairs) BNV Pilot. 1-81. u. Sample containing about 21241 words from a periodical (domain: imaginative) BNU Against a peacock sky. Ames. London (1992-01-29/1992-04-08). Harlow (1982). Sample containing about 25350 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) BNL One’s company. List of works excerpted tol (1991/1992). Barry. London (1989).p. Sample containing about 30831 words from a book (domain: imaginative) BND Looking up the aisle?. Eastbourne (1989). Philip. Gyles and Brown. Longman Group UK Ltd. Bird. Mattinson. Thomas. Sample containing about 21550 words from a periodical (domain: imaginative) BNT Punch. Brandreth. Sample containing about 20943 words from a book (domain: applied science) BNN And the policeman smiled. 27-133. London (1991). London (1986). Punch Publications Ltd. Punch Publications Ltd. Christopher. Sample containing about 21643 words from a periodical (domain: imaginative) BNS Punch. Ashford. Centaur Communications. Sample containing about 35176 words from a book (domain: social science) BNH Marketing Week. Frank Cass & Company Ltd. Southampton (1989).). 1-71. Sample containing about 12631 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) . Sample containing about 33730 words from a book (domain: social science) BNF Marriage inside out. Bris- 12. Sample containing about 39981 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BNM In-service training in public library authorities. Sample containing about 20399 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) BNJ Northamptonshire Rose of the Shires. Connell. Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd. London (1991). 24-117. London (1992-06). Sample containing about 26527 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BNE Liberty and legislation. Jean. Hutchinson. Sample containing about 25325 words from a book (domain: commerce) BNX [Leaflets advertising various products]. Dave. 11-141. Pilot Publishing Company Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 22612 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) BNK Nonesuch: the University of Bristol magazine. Healy. 9-123. Schools Council Publications. 54-242.. Joyce and Ames. London (1992-01-29/1992-04-08). Sample containing about 38964 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) BNW Problems of unemployment and inflation. London (1992-04-17. Sample containing about 40656 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) BNG Early mathematical experiences.. London (1991). 9-98. University of Bristol. 199201-1). Hoggart.p. Penguin Group. Kingsway Publications. Library Association Publishing Ltd. Polygon Books. Lynn. Hardwick. Underwood. London (1989). Viking. Harlow (1987). Punch Publications Ltd. Longmate. Norman.

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199). News Group Newspapers Ltd. Little. London (1992). Dorset (1990). London (1989-10. Raine. Sample containing about 22390 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) CBE Today. 1-60. Punch Publications Ltd. Sample containing about 32864 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CBA Crime. Lincs (1991). London (1992-01-29/1992-04-08). Reading (1991-03. Faber & Faber Ltd. Sample containing about 57982 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CB9 The sign of the serpent. 199). 7-59. Sample containing about 37276 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CB2 Rugby World and Post. Random House Children’s Books. 1992-05. London (1991-04. 199). 94-226. Sample containing about 40618 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CBB Stamford myths and legends. A C. Rogers. Edith. Curzon Press Ltd. 1992-03. Sample containing about 30535 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CB5 Ruth Appleby. 1992-11). Sample containing about 38962 words from a book (domain: arts) CAX Polly and the privet bird. London (1984). 11-168. Rhodes. Heatherbank Press. London (1992-12). 1992-05). Purkis. Herts (1990). . Wesley. Rugby Publishing. Craig. Punch Publications Ltd. Cartwright. William Dawson & Son Ltd. Sample containing about 17723 words from a book (domain: leisure) CB0 Rich. London (1990). Sample containing about 3961 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CAW A preface to Wordsworth. Glasgow (1987). London (1992). Sample containing about 34549 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CB4 Running. Pilot Publishing Company Ltd. London (1987). London (1992-12). Corgi Books. Balfour. Rugby Publish- 12. Sample containing about 39515 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CB8 She. 1992-03. Sample containing about 20411 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CAU Pilot. Bantam (Corgi). John D. 29-140. Paul Watkins. Smith. List of works excerpted ing. 11-151. Sample containing about 41727 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CB6 A short history of Sussex. Reg and Cartwright. Sample containing about 1130 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CAY Learning to fly radio controlled helicopters. 109-226.142 cial science) CAS Punch. Sample containing about 13334 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CB1 Reason and spontaneity. Ann. Bridport. London (1992-06. Stamford. Curzon Press Ltd. Folkestone. The National Magazine Company Ltd. Graham. Sample containing about 234249 words from a periodical (domain: social science) CBD Today. Reading (1991-03. Sample containing about 19180 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CBC Today. 15-108. Longman Group UK Ltd. News Group Newspapers Ltd. 543. Mary. justice and society in colonial Sri Lanka. London (1985). Mark. Stonehart Leisure Magazines. 13-101. Day. 1-116. Sample containing about 20884 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CAT Punch. John. Sample containing about 40593 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CB7 A sensible life. Sample containing about 39896 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CAV Pink rock and postcards. Kent (1980). Sample containing about 36329 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CB3 Rugby World and Post. John. Harlow (1986). Martin. Lowerson. Dave. News Group Newspapers Ltd. Hemel Hempstead. Elvi. Argus Books. London (1992-01-29/1992-04-08). Prism Press.

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Maeve. Dunrod Press. Liverpool (1992-11). List of works excerpted CCE Enemy territory. Sample containing about 39645 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CCD The child bride. Sample containing about 38395 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CCN The circle of nine. u.. Woodbridge. 7-128. Kent (1988). Suffolk (1986). Antique Collectors Club. Gibbs..p.. u. Liverpool (1992-11). Sample containing about 42589 words from a book (domain: imaginative) 12. Murphy. u. Sample containing about 12295 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CCB Understanding book-collecting.p. Wiat. Sample containing about 6572 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) CCK The rise and fall of Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu. Sample containing about 3794 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) CC6 [Queen’s Park Baptist church magazines]. Binchy. Ireland (1980). Sample containing about 37839 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CCP Climber and Hill Walker. Eddie. Catholic Voice Publications Ltd. Andrew. 21-140. Glasgow (1992-19-19).p. Philippa. Robert Hale Ltd. u. Cherry. Puffin. Uden.144 (domain: belief and thought) CC3 [Queen’s Park Baptist church magazines]. Dundalk.. London (1990).. Harmondsworth (1988). Sample containing about 40824 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CCF Middlesbrough Diocesan Catholic Voice. 73-190. Sample containing about 41784 words from a book (domain: leisure) CCC British intelligence services in action. Sample containing about 40968 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CCL I believe in church growth. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Mark. Catholic Voice Publications Ltd. Walker. Sample containing about 4728 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) CC4 [Queen’s Park Baptist church magazines]. London (1992). Sevenoaks. Sample containing about 3640 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) CC9 [Queen’s Park Baptist church magazines]. Almond. Catholic Voice Publications Ltd. u.p. Sample containing about 7402 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) CCH Shrewsbury Diocesan Catholic Voice. u. Sample containing about 28368 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) . London (1991). Catholic Voice Publications Ltd. Sample containing about 7851 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) CCA A bad spell for the worst witch. Liverpool (1992-11). Sample containing about 8501 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) CCG Leeds Diocesan Catholic Voice. George Outram & Company Ltd. Chapmans Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 38609 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CCM Circle of friends. Lindsay. Sample containing about 8676 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) CCJ Shrewsbury Diocesan Catholic Voice. Grant. London (1991). Sample containing about 6839 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) CC8 [Queen’s Park Baptist church magazines]. Kennedy. Sample containing about 4172 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) CC7 [Queen’s Park Baptist church magazines].. Kent (1992). Sample containing about 2160 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) CC5 [Queen’s Park Baptist church magazines]. Gilchrist. u. 32-196. Coronet Books. Penguin Group. Liverpool (1992-11).. 74-176.p.p.p. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Jill. Sevenoaks.

Sample containing about 39608 words from a book (domain: commerce) CCU [Collection of publishing contracts]. Sample containing about 39170 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CD2 A dark star passing. London (1988). Julian. Pamela. Buckland.. Karen (ed. Appleton. 15-124. Sample containing about 16878 words from a book (domain: commerce) CD1 Distant relations. London (199219-19). 12-82. 19-117. Cornwell. London (1979). Nick Logan. Brian. 74-177. Vine. Kent (1987). 11-98. 7-113. Kogan Page Ltd. Keith. Sample containing about 30388 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CDE Guilty parties. Sevenoaks. Nick Logan. Conlon. London (199219-19). Street. 5-117. Sample containing about 40785 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CD4 The English mystics of the 14th century. National Consumer Council. Sample containing about 36309 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CD8 Flowers of chivalry. London (1990). Sample containing about 39973 words from a book (domain: social science) CCW Crackdown. Stanley Paul. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Link House Magazines Ltd. Robert. London (1990). Sample containing about 35663 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CCT Consumers and credit. London (1990). Sample containing about 40408 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CCX Do It Yourself. Edinburgh University Press. Sample containing about 39727 words from a book (domain: leisure) CDA Foxbat.12. Grafton Books. 5-118. Cave. 32-137. List of works excerpted CCR The culture of labourism. Barbara. Robert Hale Ltd. Botsford. Sample containing about 29348 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CCS Commandoes and rangers of World War II. Earthscan Publications Ltd. Peter. Sevenoaks. Viking. Cox. London (1990). Robert . Tara and Allen.p. Link House Magazines Ltd. Tranter. 3-112. Nigel. Armstrong. Marriott. 46-123. 7-109.). Michael Joseph Ltd. Sample containing about 14068 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CD5 The Face. London (1980). Sample containing about 39928 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CDD Guests of the nation. Ladd. UK (1990). Sample containing about 41039 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CD6 The Face. London (1991). Bernard. 4-62. Sample containing about 38923 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CDB A fatal inversion. Edinburgh (1991). 12-110. Sample containing about 40953 words 145 from a book (domain: imaginative) CD3 The English way of death – the common funeral since 1450. Sample containing about 35883 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) CCV Cox on Cox. James. Wallington. Robert Hale Ltd. Croydon (1992-1919). George. 4-70. Surrey (1979). Kyle Cathie Ltd. Macdonald & Jane Publishers. Peter. London (1988). Collins. u. Jones. Croydon (1992-19-19). London (1991). Pamela. Severn House. Sample containing about 26220 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CD0 Debt collection made easy. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. 1-67. Hill. Kathleen. Sample containing about 36404 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CD9 The champions of Formula 1 from Fangio to Piquet. Litten. 11-146. 11-130. John. London (1987). Sample containing about 31460 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CCY Do It Yourself Magazine. Kent (1991). Sample containing about 38169 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CDC Unfinished: George Appleton remembers and reflects.

146 Hale Ltd. London (1990). London (1991). Sample containing about 41402 words from a book (domain: arts) CDW Morality and the market-place. Steve. Forrester. Abbott. Sample containing about 36956 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CE0 Now then Davos. London (1989). Retford. Brian. Romain. Sample containing about 42878 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CDN The latchkey kid. Shaws Publications Ltd. Sample containing about 38950 words from a book (domain: arts) CDM Where there’s life. List of works excerpted CDS On my way to the club. Shippey. Peter and Shepherd. Robson Books Ltd. Sevenoaks. Griffiths. Simon. Anthony. Webb. Linda. John. London (1989). London (1991). Munn. Shaws Publications Ltd. Wiley. Sample containing about 40933 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CDF Hotel and catering case studies. Graham. Largent. London (1989). Stoker. 56-147. Sample containing about 3460 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CE1 Counselling older people. Sample containing about 21954 words from a book (domain: leisure) CDU Mass communication in Africa. Sample containing about 39723 words from a book (domain: social science) CDV The road to Middle-Earth. London (1992-19-19). Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. Sample containing about 39212 words from a book (domain: commerce) CDG Hollywood rogues. Kent (1989). Arrow Books Ltd. Mytton. 4-58. Harmer. London (1991). Virago Press Ltd. London (1990). Lizzie. Calligan. Amazing Colossal Press. Fontana Press. Sample containing about 38052 words from a book (domain: social science) CE2 Points to prove. Helen. Basingstoke (1991). 47173. 127-258. Cassell. Sample containing about 39335 words from a book (domain: leisure) 12. Sample containing about 37745 words from a book (domain: leisure) CDH Hair Flair. Kent (1983). Scrutton. London (1987). Ludovic. Blamires. Sample containing about 36527 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CDT How to live safely in a dangerous world. Kathleen. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. 13-148. Robson Books Ltd. Sevenoaks. 13-124. Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. Martin. Police Review Publishing. 5105. Dayus. 302-397. Sample containing about 9767 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CDJ Hair Flair. David and McMillan. Sevenoaks. 25160. Boxtree. Ian. 59-157. T A. Harry. Sample containing about 41246 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CDP Law for the haulier. Sample containing about 28793 words from a book (domain: applied science) CDL A history of literary criticism. Kogan Page Ltd. Michael. Sample containing about 34493 words from a book (domain: social science) CDR Total health and fitness. Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd. Patricia. 1107. Evelyn. Holton. London (1991). Brown. . 10-119. 7-138. Kent (1991). Stewart. London (1982). Sample containing about 11782 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CDK Having it all. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Sample containing about 41083 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CDY No enemy but time. London (1992-19-19). Allen & Unwin. Sample containing about 39012 words from a book (domain: commerce) CDX Mother without a mask. London (1990). London (1987). London (1987). Kyle Cathie Ltd. Fontana Press. Notts (1991). 103-192. Kennedy.

Elizabeth. Bulmer. London (1992-12). Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Robin. Sample containing about 37485 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CEG The new science of strong materials. News Group Newspapers Ltd. London (1992-12). London (1989). London (1991). W B. Sample containing about 39144 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CE8 A right approach to economics?. Penguin Group. News Group Newspapers Ltd. News Group Newspapers Ltd. Surrey (1983). Hardy. Sample containing about 41534 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CE6 Personal vendetta. Sample containing about 21874 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) CEM Today. Sample containing about 123035 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CEP Today: sports pages. London (1991). 57200. Severn House. 7-135. 1-122. London (1991). 21-124. Sheila. 21-134. Piatkus Books. Sample containing about 36337 words from a book (domain: applied science) CEH All the sweet promises. London (1992-12). Sevenoaks. Kenneth. Sample containing about 9754 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) CEE The art of starvation. Abbott.p. u. MacLeod. Peter. Sample containing about 44233 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CEN Today. David & Charles Publishers plc. Notts (1990). Kent (1990). Sample containing about 35497 words from a book (domain: leisure) CE5 The professionals: volume 15. Woodall. Terence. News Group Newspapers Ltd. John. 60-166. 20152. Sample containing about 124295 words from a periodical (domain: social science) CEL Today [business news]. Merehurst Ltd. Davies. Sample containing about 4091 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CE7 Protests and visions. Sample containing about 34933 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CEB A season for murder. Retford.12. Gordon. Philippa. 63-172. Granger. Sevenoaks. 1-120. 3-28. London (1991). Sevenoaks. Sample containing about 40880 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CEK Today. Strong. Grafton Books. James. Ann. Hinton. London (1991). Sample containing about 37849 words from a book (domain: imaginative) 147 CED Appropriate technology in the developing world. List of works excerpted 1-146. London (1992-12). Kent (1991). London (1989). Robert Hale Ltd. News Group . 73-154. Kent (1990). Virago Press Ltd. Bitumen. London (1991). Sample containing about 37282 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CEC Sons of heaven. 24-109. Sample containing about 40511 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CEA Lords of the scaffold. Sheen. 20-142. Amazing Colossal Press. Devon (1992). Sample containing about 41761 words from a book (domain: social science) CE4 Pressed flowers. Sample containing about 41405 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CEJ The synoptic gospels: an interpretation for today. Cooper. Joanna. N. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Sample containing about 41372 words from a book (domain: commerce) CE9 Railway ghosts and phantoms. Herbert. Elgin. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. J E. Headline Book Publishing plc. Sample containing about 36360 words from a book (domain: social science) CEF Status: what it is and how to achieve it. Newton Abbot. Geoffrey.. Hutchinson Radius. Wallington.

Quintet Publishing Ltd. . Sample containing about 2378 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CFB East Anglian Daily Times. East Anglian Daily Times Company. London (1991). Symonds. Nina. John. Ipswich (1993-03). Ipswich (1993-03). Sample containing about 43674 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CFD Action. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Olive and Key. Sample containing about 39407 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CET The great unsolved mysteries of science. Cant. London (1988). 8-123. 1-101. London (1989). 13-122. Ipswich (1993-03). London (1992). Sample containing about 29302 words from a book (domain: arts) CEX A woman of my age. Sample containing about 36929 words from a book (domain: social science) CFF Alternative saints. McDowell. Susan (eds. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Sample containing about 202283 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CER Too hot to handle. Corgi Books. Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. London (1992-12). Virago Press Ltd. 7-133. Close. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Pratchett. 6-115. Ipswich (1993-03). 13-172. London (1991). Penguin Group. Richard. Grant. Josie. Thompson. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Quintet Publishing Ltd. Jane.). Sample containing about 6657 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) CFE Age and vulnerability. Michael. Rowan (Arrow). Sample containing about 40975 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CEV To you with love. Sample containing about 4484 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CEW Mozart: a bicentennial tribute. Frank. Sample containing about 6172 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CF7 East Anglian Daily Times. Sample containing about 43600 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CFA East Anglian Daily Times. Spottiswoode. Sevenoaks. Stephenson. Ipswich (1993-03). Ilfracombe (1988). Robert Hale Ltd. Sample containing about 12. Terry. Colin. 7-46. London (1990). Ipswich (1993-03). London (1992). World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). Ipswich (1993-03). Sample containing about 13443 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CF9 East Anglian Daily Times. List of works excerpted 3504 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CF6 East Anglian Daily Times. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Sample containing about 40486 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) CEU Wings. Sample containing about 29047 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CFC East Anglian Daily Times. London (1991). East Anglian Daily Times Company. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Bob. Sample containing about 41137 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) CES Undertaken with love. Arthur H Stockwell.148 Newspapers Ltd. Hemmings. 15131. Wendy. Sample containing about 496 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CF8 East Anglian Daily Times. Bawden. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Ipswich (1993-03). Stevenson. Sample containing about 42794 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CF4 Radical records. Kent (1990). Sample containing about 41812 words from a book (domain: social science) CF5 East Anglian Daily Times. Sample containing about 42407 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CEY A woman of style.

. Pryor. London (1992-19-19). Artist’s & Illustrator’s Mag. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Ruth. Sample containing about 5669 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) CFN [Adverts from The National Trust Magazine]. Gordon. Milton Keynes (1992-19-19).. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. London (1992). u. . Sample containing about 39134 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CFG Amnesty. A practical guide. Watkins.12. u.. Sample containing about 7344 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) CFR [Leaflets advertising goods and products]. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. 1-96. u. Sample containing about 7262 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CFH Amnesty. Corgi Books. Sample containing about 41709 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) CFX Sounds from the bell jar. Sample containing about 19509 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CFM [Adverts from country living]. Sample containing about 35011 words from a book (domain: arts) CG5 Do It Yourself. George Outram & Company Ltd. Harris. Sample containing about 32757 words from a book (domain: arts) CFY My beloved son.. Swindon.p. u. Sample containing about 28922 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CG6 Early language development. London (1988). Basingstoke (1992). Oxford (1990). Glasgow (1991-19-19). Sample containing about 37735 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) CFT [Goods adverts].p. Sample containing about 31053 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CG2 Climber and Hill Walker. 51-131. List of works excerpted Macmillan Publishers Ltd. u.p. Basingstoke (1988).p. Sample containing about 38926 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CG0 China’s students. Macmillan Publishers Ltd.p. Catherine. Amnesty International. Sample containing about 7521 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) CFP [Adverts from Parents]. Sample containing about 30438 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) CFW Report of The British Geological Survey 1990-1991. Sample containing about 17459 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CFJ A tale of Anabelle Hedgehog.. Ruth. Julia. Sample containing about 59757 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) CFU [Adverts from The Economist]. London (1991). Casterton. Cookson. Cherrington. u... Lion Publishing plc. Wilts (1991). Stephen. Amnesty International. 149 Sample containing about 7328 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) CFV [Advertising Standards Authority]. Sample containing about 23409 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) CFS [Adverts from Clothes Show]. Lawhead. u.. George Outram & Company Ltd. Sample containing about 40559 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CFL The Artist’s and Illustrator’s Magazine. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc.p. u. Natural Environment Research Council. 85-221. Sample containing about 35836 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CG1 Climber and Hill Walker. London (1991-10). Link House Magazines Ltd.p.p. Sample containing about 17414 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CFK An archaeology of the early AngloSaxon kingdoms. 2-54. John. London (1992-19-19). Glasgow (1991-19-19). Gwen and Claridge. Sample containing about 32599 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CG3 Creative writing. Basingstoke (1990).

Maidenhead (1992-19-19). Machine Knitting Monthly Ltd. London (1992-19-19). Sample containing about 839 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CG8 Electronic publishing. Cambs (1992-19-19). Michael. Randall. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Sample containing about 11725 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CGB The Face. Sample containing about 40108 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CGD Family work with elderly people. Basingstoke (1989). Machine Knitting Monthly Ltd. 1-124. Maidenhead (1992-19-19). Froggatt. Stamford.150 London (1990). Sample containing about 26130 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CGX Machine Knitting Monthly. Maidenhead (1992-19-19). Sample containing about 37009 words from a book (domain: applied science) CGU Machine Knitting Monthly. Key Publishing. Sample containing about 36665 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CGC The Face. Sample containing about 13194 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CGA Electronic publishing. Deborah. Machine Knitting Monthly Ltd. 1-107. Nick Logan. 16-131. 13-158. London (1992-19-19). Basingstoke (1992). Cameron. Sample containing about 38630 words from a book (domain: social science) CGE Facing conflict. Kent (1991). Sample containing about 26906 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CGW Machine Knitting Monthly. Sample containing about 41009 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CGF Feminism and linguistic theory. Sample containing about 9515 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CGP Hair Flair. Sample containing about 45902 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CGJ FlyPast. Lawson. Peter and Gibb. Nick Logan. Sample containing about 27732 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CGV Machine Knitting Monthly. Chichester (1992-06). Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Shaws Publications Ltd. Shaws Publications Ltd. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. London (1992). Shaws Publications Ltd. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Chichester (1991-19-19). Sample containing about 10682 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CGN Hair Flair. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Sample containing about 38242 words from a book (domain: social science) CG7 Electronic publishing. Douglas. Sample containing about 4106 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CG9 Electronic publishing. Sevenoaks. Peterborough. Sample containing about 32126 words from a book (domain: applied science) CGT Behaviour problems in young children. 36128. Sample containing about 41304 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CGM Hair Flair. Basingstoke (1990). Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Machine Knitting Monthly Ltd. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Key Publishing. Sample containing . 67-170. Alison. London (1992-19-19). Sample containing about 36582 words from a book (domain: arts) CGH Practical fishkeeping. Chichester (1992-06). Chichester (1992-19-19). London (199219-19). EMAP Pursuit Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 33183 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) CGL FlyPast. 12. Stamford. List of works excerpted Lincs (1991-11). Maidenhead (1992-19-19). London (199219-19). Sample containing about 11325 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CGS Professionals and parents: managing children’s behaviour. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Jo. Lincs (1992-19-19). Charles.

Jon. Puffin. 13134. London (1992-19-19). Mirror Group Newspapers. 13-146. Sample containing about 87903 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CH8 In good company. Sample containing about 83385 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CHB New Musical Express. Sample containing about 43381 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CH5 The Daily Mirror. 33-119. Sample containing about 124251 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CH4 Matilda. Hawker Consumer Publications. Sample containing about 26923 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CHL Power. 9-152. Mirror Group Newspapers. Basingstoke (1986). Cape. Wells. Michael. Hadwick. Sample containing about 7270 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CHA New Musical Express. Mirror Group Newspapers. Tim. Yeovil. Sample containing about 40236 151 words from a book (domain: arts) CH9 The Minpins. Brighton (1990). London (1992-08/199210). Dahl.p. London (1991). London (1992-08/199210). Roald. Paliwala. Sample containing about 39143 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CHE Owl light. 5-48. Sample containing about 40821 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CH1 The Daily Mirror. Sample containing about 27282 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CHJ Outdoor Action. Hawker Consumer Publications. Ruete. Mirror Group Newspapers. A (eds. Dewar. Sample containing about 134171 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CH7 The Daily Mirror. and mystification. GW Books Ltd. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Mirror Group Newspapers. Roald. Coronet Books. Hawker Consumer Publications. Dant.. London (1991). Mirror Group Newspapers.12. Sample containing about 22287 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CHK Outdoor Action. Sample containing about 36503 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) CHG The other side of paradise. London (1989). u. Barber. Kyle Cathie Ltd. the peace movement and the law. London (1991).). Picciotto. London (1991-03-16). Robson Books Ltd. Sample containing about 187088 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CH3 The Daily Mirror. Holborn Publishing Group. Noel. Sample containing about 48691 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CHC Nuclear weapons. John. London (1992-08/199210). Sample containing about 80241 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CH6 The Daily Mirror. Cynthia Joyce. 1-46. Sample containing about 35677 words from a book (domain: social science) CH0 Krokodil tears. London (1992-08/199210). Dahl. London (1992-95). M. London (1992-08/199210). Sample containing about 144485 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CH2 The Daily Mirror. London (1992-08/199210). Sol. Aspel. Sample containing about 39583 words from a book (domain: leisure) CHF The use of orthographic and lexical information for handwriting recognition. London (1992). 7-240. 3-108. List of works excerpted about 30494 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CGY Knowledge ideology and discourse. London (1992-19-19). Harmondsworth (1989). Macmillan Publishers Ltd. . Jack. Holborn Publishing Group. crime. London (1992-19-19). Sample containing about 39666 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CHH Outdoor Action. Box.

Rugby Publishing Ltd. Basingstoke (1990). Basingstoke (1987). Sussex (1992-19-19). 10-190. Blinkhorn. Morton-Cooper. Signe (eds. 1-177. London (1989). London (1992-19-19). London (1991). Sample containing about 32935 words from a book (domain: social science) CHP Queen Mary’s dolls’ house. Boxtree. Sample containing about 14441 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CHR Return of the red nose joke book. 17-127. 10A Birkdale Trading Estate. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Sample containing about 8344 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CJ6 Steam Railway News. Presswatch. Sphere Books Ltd. Howell. Sample containing about 8326 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CJ9 [Selection of leaflets from T Higgins Trust]. The Bodley Head. Sample containing about 38801 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) CJ4 Steam Railway News. StewartWilson. Horrie. London (1990). Willis. Tim. Chris and Chippindale. Sample containing about 7684 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CJ1 Societies at peace: anthropological perspectives. Sample containing about 38317 words from a book (domain: commerce) CHV Rugby World and Post. Mary. 1-120. London (1992). Penguin Group. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. London (1992-19-19). Grafton Books. ix-121. Roald. 10A Birkdale Trading Estate. Southport (199219-19). London (1991).152 Steven. London (1988). Macmillan Publishers Ltd. London (1988). Sample containing about 40103 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) CJA Take back plenty. Alison. Mike and Birkhead. Sample containing about 10949 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CJ8 Steam Railway News. Sample containing about 34624 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CHW Rugby World and Post. Sample containing about 41854 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CJB Tennis World. 10A Birkdale Trading Estate. Dahl. Sample containing about 20613 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CJ3 The survival factor. Sample containing about 37023 words from a book (domain: commerce) CHT Returning to nursing. List of works excerpted book (domain: social science) CJ2 Democracy and civil war in Spain 1931-1939. Rod (ed. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. 10A Birkdale Trading Estate. Sample containing about 11353 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CHS Managing relocation. 3-150. Terrence Higgins Trust. London (1989). London (1991/1992).). 10A Birkdale Trading Estate. Southport (199219-19). A guide for nurses and health visitors. Martin. Southport (199219-19). Sample containing about 11069 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CJ7 Steam Railway News. 1-58. Southport (199219-19). Sample containing about 10286 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CJ5 Steam Railway News. Rugby Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 36640 words from a book (domain: social science) CHU DISASTER! the rise and fall of News On Sunday. Green. Peter. Boxtree. Shortland. Roy. 1-93. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Birkhead. Sample containing about 36893 words from a 12.). vii-100. Sample containing about 34487 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CHX Rhyme stew. Sample containing about . London (1989). Susan M. Southport (199219-19).

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). Sample containing about 36257 words from a book (domain: social science) CKT The Art Newspaper. 20147. 10A Birk- 12. Sample containing about 60687 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CK5 New Musical Express. 7136. Corgi Books. Holborn Publishing Group. Presswatch. Sample containing about 39345 words from a book (domain: social science) CKR Saint Anselm. Catherine. Alistair. Andrew. Southport (199219-19). Cassell. Coronet Books. Sample containing about 12784 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CKJ Steam Railway News. Cambridge University Press. London (1989). Sample containing about 56709 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CK6 New Musical Express. Sample containing about 9220 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CKL Tennis World. 1-119. Sample containing about 40309 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CKE Sergeant Joe.154 main: leisure) CK4 New Musical Express. George. Stewart. 10A Birkdale Trading Estate. Sample containing about 43975 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CKF Stormy petrel. London (1989). 1-112. 7-136. Southport (199219-19). Margot (ed. 7-155. London (1987). Fontana Press. 10A Birkdale Trading Estate. Sample containing about 5865 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CKK Steam Railway News. Adler. 1-120. Southern. Watson. Holborn Publishing Group. Mary Jane. Cookson. 10A Birkdale Trading Estate. London (1992). Sample containing about 34501 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CKB The raven on the water. Sample containing about 55981 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CK8 Peach. Sample containing about 39935 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CKG Steam Railway News. Sussex (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 42696 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CKD The shoemaker’s daughter. 254-364. List of works excerpted dale Trading Estate. Sample containing about 21395 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CKN British literature since 1945. Sample containing about 41380 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CKC Santorini. Iris. Corgi Books. Sample containing about 38300 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CK9 The rag nymph. London (1992). Cambridge (1990). Basingstoke (1991). London (1992). MacLean. London (1992). Macmillan Publishers Ltd. R W. A portrait of a landscape. Jefferys. London (1992-19-19). Mary. Fontana Press. Southport (199219-19). Presswatch. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Gower. London (1992-19-19). Southport (199219-19). Staples. Coronet Books. Rugby Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 39843 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CKA Rugby World and Post. London (1992). Sample containing about 8307 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CKH Steam Railway News. Sample containing about 40480 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CKS Being a teacher. Sussex (1992-19-19). Sample containing about 24104 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CKM Tennis World. Claxton. Umberto Alle- . 38-153. Taylor. Sample containing about 38070 words from a book (domain: arts) CKP Growing old in the twentieth century. London (1992). Corgi Books. Guy. 9-155. London (1992-19-19). Holborn Publishing Group. 11-142. Elizabeth. London (1992-19-19).

Sample containing about 47854 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CKV The Art Newspaper. Sample containing about 44069 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CKX The Art Newspaper. Milton Keynes (1992-19-19). Coronet Books. Sample containing about 25570 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CL8 Computergram international. 9-115. 1-119. Liverpool (1992-11). 1-109. Sample containing about 23187 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CL1 Black sportsmen. London (1982).p. Glasgow (1992-19-19). Umberto Allemandi & Company. Corgi Books. Fontana Press. Sample containing about 40829 words from a book (domain: leisure) CL2 Rich. Sample containing about 35077 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CL4 Lancaster Diocesan Catholic Voice. Sample containing about 9131 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CLB Computergram international. Sample containing about 9127 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CLD Condition black. 5-47. Sample containing about 39677 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CKU The Art Newspaper. u.. u.p. London (1992). Umberto Allemandi & Company. Sample containing about 40002 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CL7 Climber and Hill Walker.. Sample containing about 6880 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CLC Computergram international. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. London (1992-1919). Sample containing about 59870 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CL0 The Artist. London (1993-1919). Ernest. Lutterworth Press. London (1992). Sample containing about 31303 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CKW The Art Newspaper. Catholic Voice Publications Ltd. Cambridge (1993). Sample containing about 42128 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CLE Comparative industrial relations. Link House Magazines Ltd. Elvi. Bean. Bragg. London (1991). London (1993-1919). R. Sample containing about 39610 words from a periodical (domain: arts) CKY The Art Newspaper. 7-86. Sample containing about 6727 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CLA Computergram international. Umberto Allemandi & Company. Sample containing about 9100 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CL9 Computergram international. Melvyn.p. The life of Richard Burton. George Outram & Company Ltd. Sample containing about 36964 words from a book (domain: commerce) CLF Daughter of deceit. Catholic Voice Publications Ltd.p. Alasdair I C. London (1993-1919). Sample containing about 42036 words from a book (domain: arts) CL3 Cara’s land. Tenterden (1993-04). Sample containing about 9295 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) CL5 Leeds Diocesan Catholic Voice. Gerald. Fontana Press. Liverpool (1992-11). Rhodes. Sample containing about 28632 words . London (1993-1919). Holt. London (1989). Seymour.p. Sample containing 155 about 10948 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) CL6 A century of Protestant theology. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. u. Cashmore. London (1992). London (1993-1919). 17-142.. The Artist Publishing Company Ltd. Victoria. 1-98... u. Umberto Allemandi & Company. List of works excerpted mandi & Company.12. Heron. Umberto Allemandi & Company. Sample containing about 29208 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CLG Do It Yourself. u.

David. London (1989). Nottingham (1992). Oxford (1987). Key Publishing. EMAP Pursuit 12. Games Workshop. Jones. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. 7-159. London (1993). Sample containing about 36947 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CLW Frameworks for teaching. Games Workshop. 162-262. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. 4-81. Singleton. 23-140. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. 17108. Robinson. Carl. Basingstoke (1990). Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Lincs (1991-19-19). Anthony. London (1992). Peter. B and Kyle. Nottingham (1993).156 from a periodical (domain: applied science) CLH Sign language. Cambridge (1989). Ian. 1-90. Christopher and Doran. Cambridge University Press. Corgi Books. Forsyth. Christopher (ed. Pluckrose. 1-92. Fergusson. Derek. Cambridge University Press. Boxtree. Lincs (1991-11). 2-62. Durston. Key Publishing. Sample containing about 39023 words from a book (domain: social science) CM0 The headhunting business. Oxford University Press. Cambs (1992-19-19). Hookway. Andy. Sample containing about 38714 words from a book (domain: social science) CLX Great battles of World War I. pastors and people. Roger. Sample containing about 34205 words from a book (domain: arts) CLT Practical Fishkeeping. Woll. Cambridge (1987). Dale. King. Sargent. Sevenoaks. Stamford. W T. Frederick. Henry. Sample containing about 34418 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CLN The culture of English antislavery 1780-1860. London (1991). J G. Sample containing about 38074 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CLY What is happening in our primary schools. Peterborough. Blackwell. List of works excerpted Publishing Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 36584 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CLS Film and the working class. Turley. Michael Joseph Ltd. Watson. Sample containing about 40742 words from a book (domain: applied science) CLR The community of Europe. London (1989). Sample containing about 36941 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CM2 Minds. 201-299. Stead. Cambridge (1993). Alison. Stamford. 1-138. Sample containing about 38596 words from a book (domain: leisure) CLL [Selection of OUP English Language Teaching promotional leaflets]. Sample containing about 39589 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CM4 Inquisitor. Harlow (1991).).). 8-130. non-UK. 6-97. 1-129. Stephanie. 27-115. Sample containing about 43505 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) CLM Princes. Sample containing about 43251 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CLU FlyPast. Sample containing about 41798 words from a book (domain: imaginative) . Sample containing about 36756 words from a book (domain: social science) CLP The mind at work. London (1991). machines and evolution. Sample containing about 39579 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CLK Castle Drachenfels. Oxford (1992/1993). Cambridge University Press. Sample containing about 40262 words from a book (domain: commerce) CM1 High elves. Bill and Chambers. Kent (1992). R (eds. Livesey. Sample containing about 40758 words from a book (domain: social science) CLJ The deceiver. Susan. Urwin. Sample containing about 42823 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CLV FlyPast.

Kogan Page Ltd. Collins. Sample containing about 26309 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CMF Research methods. Brown. Bendall. London (1991). Priestley. Corgi Books. Cassell.). 9-127. Cambridge (1984). 11-131. London (1989). Castleden. London (1992-19-19). Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. List of works excerpted CM5 Investigating society. 43-565. Cashman. Sample containing about 40043 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) CMB Politics and the mass media in Britain. Sample containing about 30175 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CMK Good retirement guide 1993. London (1993). Nottingham (1993). Leahy. Sample containing about 37459 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CM7 Lie down with lions. 3107. Sample containing about 35525 words from a book (domain: social science) CML Ring of red roses. Michael P T. Sample containing about 41345 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CM9 Minoans. Harlow (1992). Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Longman Group UK Ltd. Hawker Consumer Publications. Sample containing about 41418 words from a book (domain: leisure) CMN Content of social explanation. 1-115. London (1992). North Bedfordshire Health Authority. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Sample containing about 42376 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CMR Significant differences: feminism in psychology. 140-236. Corinne. 32-171. McNeill. Sample containing about 37335 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CMM Roses: questions and answers. London (1992-19-19). Eddy. 68-157. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Ralph. Sample containing about 40103 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CM8 Against liberation. Black Swan. Sample containing about 37372 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CMA Evolution from molecules to men. Bill. Sample containing about 32001 words from a book (domain: social science) CMG Private charity and the public purse. London (1989). Sample containing about 41560 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CMP Sharpe’s Waterloo. Cambridge University Press. Shah. James. Bernard. J M. 7-101. Sample containing about 37596 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CMH Issues in psychobiology. 7119. 3-97. London (1993). Sample containing about 41751 words from a book (domain: leisure) CMD Outdoor Action. Trollope. Squire. Sample containing about 37692 words from a book (domain: social science) CM6 Europe 1880-1945. Ken. 55-180. Charles R. Bernard. Joanna. D S (ed. Cambridge (1985). Susan. Sample containing about 26447 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CME Outdoor Action. Follett. 46-167. London (1992). Rick. Longman Group UK Ltd. 1-115. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Games Workshop. Negrine. London (1990). Cornwell. Sample containing about 39398 words from a book (domain: arts) CMC Warhammer armies: orcs & goblins. Burgess. London (1989). Hawker Consumer Publications. Rodney. Roberts. Cambridge University Press.). UK (1990). London (1992). Sample containing about 38192 words from a book (domain: applied science) CMJ The rector’s wife. Rosemary. London (1992). Legg. Sample containing about 43315 words from a book (domain: social science) . 1-81. Bedford (1988). 11-112. Swain. Patrick. Robert G (ed. 157 Routledge & Kegan Paul plc.12. Corgi Books. Harlow (1989). 1-113.

158 CMS The sociology of the professions. Lewis, Philip, Dingwall, Robert (eds.), Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1983), 59-149. Sample containing about 31431 words from a book (domain: social science) CMT Soviet power: the continuing challenge. Sherr, James, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1991), 22145. Sample containing about 35349 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CMU Special educational needs. Evans, Roy (ed.), Blackwell, Oxford (1989), 3108. Sample containing about 42788 words from a book (domain: social science) CMW Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10765 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CMX Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 12484 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CMY Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 13218 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CN0 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 8458 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CN1 Warhammer armies: the Empire. Games Workshop, Nottingham (1993), 4-76. Sample containing about 41212 words from a book (domain: leisure) CN2 Safety is no accident. Tench, William H, Collins, UK (1985), 1-116. Sample containing about 39990 words from a book (domain: applied science) CN3 Whirlpool. Forbes, Colin, Pan Books Ltd, London (1991), 1-120. Sample containing about 43586 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CN4 The Artist. The Artist Publishing Company Ltd, Tenterden (1992-19-19), 749. Sample containing about 22546

12. List of works excerpted words from a periodical (domain: arts) CN5 School, work and equality. Flude, M, Hales, Margaret and Cosin, B, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1989), 1-98. Sample containing about 41031 words from a book (domain: social science) CN6 Child care research, policy and practice. Kahan, Barbara (ed.), Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1989), 1-100. Sample containing about 33186 words from a book (domain: social science) CN9 British economic performance 19451975. Alford, B W E, Macmillan, London (1988), 1-105. Sample containing about 33576 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) CNA British Medical Journal. British Medical Association, London (1993-01-16), 1-68. Sample containing about 14063 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) CNC Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7612 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CND Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9125 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNE Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6808 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNF Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9496 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNG Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9558 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNH Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6824 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNJ Computergram international. u.p..

12. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 9319 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNK Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7455 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNL Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9654 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNM Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9227 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNN Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7201 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNP Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9607 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNR Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6756 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNS Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9331 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNT Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9066 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNU Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6623 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNV Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9051 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNW Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7287 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNX Computergram international. u.p..

159 Sample containing about 9483 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CNY Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9266 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP0 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7067 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP1 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9323 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP2 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6633 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP3 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9239 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP4 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9692 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP5 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6699 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP6 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9379 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP7 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6814 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP8 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9278 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CP9 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6884 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPA Computergram international. u.p..

160 Sample containing about 8704 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPB Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9986 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPC Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 8998 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPD Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6503 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPE Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9473 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPF Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6771 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPG Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9296 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPH Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9116 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPJ Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7310 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPK Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9164 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPL Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7045 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPM Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9874 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPN Computergram international. u.p..

12. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 9116 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPP Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6978 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPR Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9346 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPS Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9098 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPT Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9931 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPU Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7269 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPV Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9726 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPW Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 7143 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPX Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 8826 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CPY Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6983 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CR0 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9226 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CR1 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 6863 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CR2 Computergram international. u.p..

12. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 9291 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CR3 Computergram international. u.p.. Sample containing about 9131 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CR4 Community care. Philpot, T (ed.)King, J and Bowry, K, Reed Publishing Group, Sutton, Surrey (1993-19-19), 174. Sample containing about 19801 words from a periodical (domain: social science) CR5 Community care. Philpot, T (ed.)King, J and Bowry, K, Reed Publishing Group, Sutton, Surrey (1993-19-19), 174. Sample containing about 20197 words from a periodical (domain: social science) CR6 Dangerous lady. Cole, M, Headline Books (>>1992), 3-123. Sample containing about 41560 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CR7 The Economist. The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 63225 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) CR8 The Economist. The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 59225 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) CR9 The Economist. The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 63215 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) CRA The Economist. The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 60664 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) CRB The Economist. The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 72601 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) CRC The Economist. The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 74230 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) CRD Engineers, managers and politicians.

161 Hannah, Leslie, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1993), Middle-122. Sample containing about 39281 words from a book (domain: commerce) CRE Imajica. Barker, C, HarperCollins, Glasgow (1992), 7-131. Sample containing about 41837 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CRF Family obligations and social change. Finch, J, Blackwells (Polity Press), Oxford (1989), 13-85. Sample containing about 36864 words from a book (domain: social science) CRJ Migrations: travels of a naturalist. Tulloch, B, Kyle Cathie Ltd, London (1991), 1-122. Sample containing about 37648 words from a book (domain: applied science) CRK Modern Catholicism: Vatican II and after. et al and Hasting, Adrian, SPCK, London (1991), 1-82. Sample containing about 39416 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CRM Nature. Macmillan Magazines Ltd, London (1993). Sample containing about 279119 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) CRP Photography. Argus Specialist Publications, Hemel Hempstead (199202), 4-48. Sample containing about 13048 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CRR Patronage and politics in Scotland 1707-1832. Sunter, R M, John Donald Publishers, Edinburgh (1986), 1-100. Sample containing about 38092 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CRS Policies for diversity in education. Swann, W, Booth, T, Masterton, M, Potts, P (eds.), Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1992), 112-209. Sample containing about 40250 words from a book (domain: social science) CRT The state of prisons: 200 years on. Whitfield, D (ed.), Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1991), 1-200. Sample containing about 37010 words from a book (domain: social science)

162 CRU Permission and Regulation. Newburn, T, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1992), 1-70. Sample containing about 32762 words from a book (domain: social science) CRV Returning to Shakespeare. Vickers, Brian, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1989), 19-134. Sample containing about 40640 words from a book (domain: arts) CRW Childcare: concerns and conflicts. Morgan, S and Righton, P, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1989), 11-110. Sample containing about 41075 words from a book (domain: social science) CRX Controlling crime. Roshier, Bob, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1989), 5-85. Sample containing about 39133 words from a book (domain: social science) CRY The British press and broadcasting since 1945. Seymour-Ure, C, Blackwell, Oxford (1992). Sample containing about 41673 words from a book (domain: commerce) CS0 Social anthropology in perspective. Lewis, I M, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1992), 5-130. Sample containing about 37204 words from a book (domain: social science) CS1 Sex crime in the news. Walby, S and Soothill, K, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1991), 1-86. Sample containing about 37155 words from a book (domain: social science) CS2 The rational foundations of ethics. Sprigge, T L S, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1990), 9-103. Sample containing about 38443 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) CS3 Theories of the state. Dunleavy, P and O’Leary, Brendan, Macmillan Press Ltd, London (1987), 136-258. Sample containing about 41024 words from a book (domain: social science) CS4 Sudden death. Hamer, Malcolm, Headline Book Publishing plc, London

12. List of works excerpted (1991), 1-150. Sample containing about 40223 words from a book (domain: imaginative) CS5 The British Empire. Lloyd, Trevor Owen, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1984), 1-84. Sample containing about 41703 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CS6 Fascism in Britain: 1918-1985. Thurlow, R, Blackwell, Oxford (1987), 22118. Sample containing about 33887 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CS7 Utopia, community care and retreat. Tomlinson, D, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1991), 5-83. Sample containing about 32413 words from a book (domain: social science) CS8 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 7833 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CS9 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 7960 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSA Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10523 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSB Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 9450 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSC Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11181 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSD Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10417 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSE Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10424 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSF Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing

12. List of works excerpted about 10202 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSG Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11043 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSH Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10943 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSJ Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10242 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSK Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10787 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSL Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11324 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSM Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10993 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSN Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 8211 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSP Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10728 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSR Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 7492 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSS Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 9629 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CST Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10549 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSU Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing

163 about 10820 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSV Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11841 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSW Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10949 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSX Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11135 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CSY Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10646 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT0 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11043 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT1 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 8747 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT2 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 9196 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT3 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11621 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT4 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11850 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT5 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11986 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT6 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 11201 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT7 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing

Sample containing about 8432 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTA Unigram x. (1993-04/1993-05). APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 8086 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT9 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). (1993-04/1993-05). (1993-04/1993-05). APT Data Services Ltd. APT Data Services Ltd. Sample containing about 10318 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTP Unigram x. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 7770 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTT Unigram x. Sample containing about 9023 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTM Unigram x. Sample containing about 10521 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTH Unigram x. Sample containing about 8256 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTU Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 8042 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTN Unigram x. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 40821 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CTX What Personal Computer. APT Data Services Ltd. APT Data Services Ltd. Cornwall. (1993-04/1993-05). (1993-04/1993-05). (1993-04/1993-05). APT Data Services Ltd. J C K. Sample containing about 11342 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTK Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. Sample containing about 7332 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTV Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd.164 about 12749 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CT8 Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. EMAP Business & Computing. APT Data Services Ltd. Sample containing about 11397 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTJ Unigram x. APT Data Services Ltd. Sample containing about 10756 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTE Unigram x. (1993-04/1993-05). (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 10299 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTB Unigram x. Sample containing about 11006 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTS Unigram x. (1993-04/1993-05). List of works excerpted about 10878 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTL Unigram x. Sample containing about 8594 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTF Unigram x. (1993-04/1993-05). London (199304). APT Data Services Ltd. Sample containing 12. Sample containing about 10962 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTD Unigram x. Sample containing about 8169 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTC Unigram x. (1993-04/1993-05). 7-115. APT Data Services Ltd. APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 49013 words from a periodical (domain: ap- . (1993-04/1993-05). Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. (1993-04/1993-05). Sample containing about 7917 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTG Unigram x. (1993-04/1993-05). APT Data Services Ltd. London (1988). Sample containing about 7766 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTR Unigram x. Sample containing about 6928 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) CTW Wealth and society in early 16th century England. APT Data Services Ltd. APT Data Services Ltd. APT Data Services Ltd.

Wisden Cricket Magazines. D97PS000 D97PS001 D97PS002 D97PS003 D97PS004 D97PS005 Sample containing about 16333 words speech recorded in public context DCH Amnesty International meeting. D8YPS000 D8YPS001 D8YPS002 D8YPS003 D8YPS004 D8YPS005 D8YPS006 D8YPS007 D8YPS008 D8YPS009 D8YPS00A D8YPS00B D8YPS00C D8YPS00D D8YPS00E D8YPS00F D8YPS00G D8YPS00H D8YPS00J D8YPS00K D8YPS00L D8YPS00M D8YPS00N D8YPS00P D8YPS00R D8YPS00S D8YPS00T 165 Sample containing about 4639 words speech recorded in public context D91 Harlow Playhouse public meeting.12. Sample containing about 43131 words from a book (domain: world affairs) CU0 Wisden Cricket Monthly. List of works excerpted plied science) CTY White mythologies: writing history and the West. D95PS000 D95PS001 D95PS002 D95PS003 D95PS004 D95PS005 D95PS006 D95PS007 Sample containing about 14706 words speech recorded in public context D96 Pensioners’ and Trades Union Association meeting. Sample containing about 34660 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) CU1 Wisden Cricket Monthly. Wisden Cricket Magazines. 1-90. Sample containing about 36805 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) D8Y Museum Society meeting: Make-do and mend: Lecture/meeting. R. Young. D94PS000 Sample containing about 246 words speech recorded in public context D95 Pensioners’ and Trades Union Association meeting. D96PS000 D96PS001 D96PS002 D96PS003 Sample containing about 6719 words speech recorded in public context D90 Museum Society meeting: Make-do and mend: Lecture/meeting. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. D90PS000 D90PS001 D90PS002 D90PS003 D90PS004 D90PS005 D90PS006 D90PS007 D90PS008 D90PS009 Sample containing about 807 words speech recorded in public context D97 Friends of the Earth: club meeting. DCHPS000 DCHPS001 . Surrey (1992-03). Surrey (1992-1919). D91PS000 D91PS001 D91PS002 D91PS003 D91PS004 D91PS005 D91PS006 D91PS007 D91PS008 Sample containing about 16709 words speech recorded in public context D92 Harlow Playhouse public meeting. London (1990). D92PS000 Sample containing about 846 words speech recorded in public context D94 Harlow Women’s Institute committee meeting.

T (ed. London (1993-01-16). J Whitaker & sons. Nottingham (1990). 84-186. Colman. Tuck. 5-45. Sample containing about 21147 words from a periodical (domain: social science) EA5 The girl from Cotton Lane. Sample containing about . Headline Book Publishing plc. Philpot. Ipswich (1993-03). 77-138. London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 24586 words from a periodical (domain: arts) E9X Exploration for metalliferous and related minerals in Britain. 1-118.166 DCHPS002 DCHPS003 DCHPS004 DCHPS005 DCHPS006 DCHPS007 12. Bowling. 347-398. Ipswich (1993-03). Sample containing about 15814 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) E9T The East Anglian. Street. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Cambridge (1984). Sample containing about 20351 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) E9V Crown and nobility 1272-1461. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Ipswich (1993-03). Ipswich (1993-03). Sample containing about 36342 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) EA3 Literacy in theory and practice. Blackwell. Surrey (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 45013 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) EA1 British Medical Journal. London (1993-01-01). 155-201. East Anglian Daily Times Company. 17-94. Sutton. List of works excerpted 39125 words from a book (domain: world affairs) E9W The Artist’s and Illustrator’s Magazine. London (1992). Oxford (1986). 1-37. Sample containing about 36937 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Sample containing about 14978 words speech recorded in public context DCJ ‘A’-level history lecture. DCKPS000 Sample containing about 2437 words speech recorded in educational context E9N The East Anglian. Anthony. London (1993-0116). Ipswich (1993-03).)King. Harry. K. British Medical Association. Brian. Sample containing about 21578 words from a periodical (domain: arts) EA0 British Medical Journal. Sample containing about 30638 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) EA2 British Medical Journal. DCJPS000 DCJPS001 Sample containing about 5109 words speech recorded in educational context DCK ‘A’-level history lecture. British Medical Association. Sample containing about 7939 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) E9P The East Anglian. Ipswich (1993-03). 5-48. Cambridge University Press. Sample containing about 24442 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) E9R The East Anglian. East Anglian Daily Times Company. Sample containing about 25252 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) E9S The East Anglian. East Anglian Daily Times Company. J and Bowry. London (1993-01-16). Sample containing about 19374 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) E9U The East Anglian. T B. Reed Publishing Group. Artist’s & Illustrator’s Mag. British Medical Association. Sample containing about 37377 words from a book (domain: social science) EA4 Community care. East Anglian Daily Times Company. British Geological Survey. Sample containing about 21983 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) E9Y Bookseller.

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468. Sample containing about 6488 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBG Action. Sample containing about 11300 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBA Action. Sample containing about 6000 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBC Action. B T Batsford Ltd. London (1992-1919). Sample containing about 6261 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBD Action. 1-8. Umberto Allemandi & Company. Sample containing about 944 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) EBM An introduction to administrative law. Sample containing about 7852 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBB Action. New York (1992). Cane.p. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). Sample containing about 39146 words from a book (domain: social science) EBN Amsterdam Travel Service 1992. Sample containing about 65013 words from a periodical (domain: arts) EBT The Art Newspaper. Oakley. Cambridge (1990). Sample containing about 71281 words from a periodical (domain: arts) EBU The Art Newspaper. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). A. Graham. Blackwell. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 66965 words from a periodical (domain: arts) EBV The Art Newspaper. London (199006). Umberto Allemandi & Company. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). 1-8. 9-102. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). Sample containing about 34893 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EBR The sociology of housework. P. 37-158. London (1992-1919). Sample containing about 45374 words from a book (domain: social science) EBS The Art Newspaper. Umberto Allemandi & Company. M. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). Sample containing about 6721 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBK Action. Sample containing about 6621 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBE Action. Sample containing about 41350 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EB8 Action. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02).168 main: leisure) EB6 Zzap 64!. List of works excerpted EBH Action. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). Oxford (1990). London (1992-1919). u. Umberto Allemandi & Company. Webster. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). London (1992-19- . London (1991). Shropshire (1992-19-19). Vale. Blackwell. 1-8. Sample containing about 19654 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) EBP The Angevin legacy and the 100 years war. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). Sample containing about 6208 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) 12. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). Newspaper Publications. Sample containing about 6715 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBL [Adverts from Marxism Today June 1990]. Sample containing about 31780 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) EB7 Archaeologist at large. Marxism Today. Sample containing about 6110 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EB9 Action. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02). Sample containing about 6385 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBF Action. Sample containing about 6502 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) EBJ Action. Ludlow. 1-128.. World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02).

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Blackwell. Argus Specialist Publications. u. Grieve. Jenkins. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Sample containing about 36025 words from a book (domain: social science) EF9 Ulster Dawn. List of works excerpted Harewood Publications. Sample containing about 34892 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EF2 A traveller’s history of Scotland. West Belfast Economic Forum. 7-96. Sample containing about 47518 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) EFG Woman. Sample containing . Sample containing about 42851 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EFN Baldwin.). M. Coronet Books. 11192. 1-93. Bournemouth (1986). Wildlife Publications Ltd. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Basingstoke (1985). D. Hughes. Puffin.. Burke. John Murray (Publishers) Ltd. Conservative Research Dept. Ulster Dawn. Bawden. Belfast (1990). C. Oxford University Press.p. Sample containing about 34716 words from a book (domain: leisure) EF3 Third parties in international law. 29-166. IPC Magazines Ltd. London (1992-01). A. Short. Sample containing about 39757 words from a book (domain: social science) EFC [Leaflets on tourism in Wales]. Sample containing about 43383 words from a book (domain: social science) EF4 The third way: the promise of independent democracy. Martin (ed. Chinkin. Fontana Press.p. New York (1990). 19108. Sample containing about 9530 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) EEY The Tudor regime. Hemel Hempstead (1992-02). Harmondsworth (1988). UK (1988). Sample containing about 38532 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) EF1 Time of the assassins. Sample containing about 4255 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) EFA The origins of the Vietnam war. Sample containing about 32459 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) EFH Woodworker. London (1992). Sample containing about 32867 words from a book (domain: commerce) EF7 A twist in the tale. Oxford (1992). Sample containing about 32867 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) EFE Warm hearted weekends. Sample containing about 21423 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) EFD Is West Belfast working?. 1-123. Oxford (1992). Oxford (1990). C J. London (1991-19-19). Hampson. Oxford (1991).. Heidensohn. u. Sample containing about 36016 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) EFJ Carrie’s war. 1-109. New York (1993). Blackwell. P. R (eds. Sample containing about 5954 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) EFF BBC Wildlife. Lawrence. Roy. J. London (1992). 21101. Sample containing about 30587 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EF0 Theology and feminism. Archer.). F. Collins. Williams. Palmer. M B and Tunstall. 7-142. London (1991). D. Blackwell. Sample containing about 9798 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) EF6 Liberating communications. Longman. London (1988). 7135. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 41752 words from a book (domain: imagina- 173 tive) EF8 Understanding children. Alastair. Jeffrey. Belfast (1991). Graham. Nina. Sample containing about 39467 words from a book (domain: commerce) EF5 Transforming Britain. London (1990). Sample containing about 34259 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EFB Women and crime.12. MacNeill. 11-95.

Pat (eds. UK (1975). Alexander. 156-274. Burkhardt. Sample containing about 40775 words from a book (domain: social science) EV5 Learning to care on the surgical ward. Ron. Sample containing about 33620 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EV3 Library provision and curriculum planning.). Garside. Scope Books Ltd. Follis. Carolyn. UK (1988). Sample containing about 45557 words from a book (domain: arts) EG0 Wigan Pier revisited. Bishop. John Murray (Publish- 12. UK (1988). 103-123. 125209. Herts (1990). Hugh and et al. 25-124. 1-115. David. 232-335. Elaine R (ed. Kent (1989). Fraser. London (1985). Peter. Sample containing about 7697 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) EUY Fallables. Fontana Paperbacks. et al and Best. Lion Publishing plc. UK (1989).). Farrell. Sample containing about 46427 words from a book (domain: leisure) EFV Richard the Lionheart. Alexander. Oxford University Press. British Library Research & Development. Owen. Asher (ed. 1-101. Beatrix. Ron. London (1988). Blackwell. Sample containing about 41969 words from a book (domain: social science) EV4 Literacy. 1-110. Sample containing about 32868 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EFR Life on earth. Steedman. Sample containing about 10294 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EV1 The good terrorist. Virago Press Ltd. Sample containing about 38146 words from a book (domain: commerce) EUW Design and development of programs as teaching materials. Cashdan. 1-137. Drabble. Sample containing about . Moira. Jane and Attree. 11-200. Attenborough. Rosemary. Margaret. Virago Press Ltd. David. Ron Geesin. London (1988). 8-83. 1-58. Merchant. J G. List of works excerpted ers) Ltd. John. R G. 17-161. Sample containing about 21182 words from a book (domain: applied science) EUX Directions in biblical Hebrew poetry. David. Sheffield (1987). Sample containing about 15486 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EUS The architecture of digital computers. London (1989). Oxford (1986). London (1986). 13-77. Doris. Tring. Collins. UK (1982). 1-88. Gillingham. Oxford (1980). dare or promise. 1-113. 205-313. Alexander. Sample containing about 40582 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EFW The siege of Krishnapur. Sample containing about 44348 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EFX T S Eliot. Council for Educational Technology. Geesin. Sample containing about 38377 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) EFU An omelette and a glass of wine. Sample containing about 43286 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EFS Truth. Lessing. Grafton Books. Ackroyd.174 about 45873 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EFP Jerusalem the golden. 77-96. Davidson. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. George Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd.). London (1988). Elizabeth. Sample containing about 7822 words from a book (domain: social science) EFT The Lion concise Bible handbook. Penguin Group. 27-106. Penguin Group. Sevenoaks. London (1987). Sphere Books Ltd. Campbell. Sample containing about 40516 words from a book (domain: applied science) EUU The City share pushers. JSOT Press. Sample containing about 42336 words from a book (domain: social science) EUR Adventures with small animals. London (1985). London (1982).

London (1990). Sean. Sample containing about 15786 words from a book (domain: social science) EVC Topaz. UK (1988). O W and Davies. Pamela. London (1977). Oxford (1990). Dillon. Sample containing about 41017 words from a book (domain: social science) EVB Teaching spelling. 11-115. Marilyn. Sample containing about 23220 words from a book (domain: arts) EVP Democracy. Chapman & Hall. UK (1988). 9-206. UK (1989). Jacob. Honderich. 1-120. London (1986). Sample containing about 41755 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EVH Basil Rocke: artist and teacher. Sample containing about 33417 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EV8 Photography now. Howarth-Booth. 3121. UK (1990). fields and groups: an introduction to abstract algebra. R G. Sample containing about 35904 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EVR Egyptian gods and myths. Ted. Greer. Mike. Thomas. Sample containing about 11289 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) EVS Women of El Salvador. Reynolds. Sample containing about 36693 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) . Torbe. UK (1987). Sample containing about 37942 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EVF A career in advertising and public relations. 9-136. BT Batsford Ltd. Derek. Redcliffe Press Ltd. 14-85. Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. R B J T. Anna. 1. Open University Press. Sevenoaks. Longman Group UK Ltd. UK (1986). Hogan. Sample containing about 31278 words from a book (domain: arts) EVJ Britannica’s typesetters.12. Whiteaker. Sample containing about 36523 words from a book (domain: social science) EVM Compacts: an approach through key questions. Allenby. Thorpe. 13-89. Sweet & Maxwell Ltd. Sample containing about 33785 words from a book (domain: commerce) EVG Another time. Bennetts. 7-78. Jim. Bruce. 9-100. Harlow (1989). Angela P. 1-152. Stafford. 23-112. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 29630 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EVX Mind and brain. Mark. Rosemary. Anthony. List of works excerpted 25119 words from a book (domain: social science) EV6 Mammalian development. Shire Publications Ltd. Richards. Devonald. Sphere Books Ltd. Sample containing about 39587 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EVW Imms’ general textbook of entomology vol. Sample containing about 14933 words from a book (domain: arts) EV9 Rings. Arblaster. Thomson. UK (1989). Dirk Nishen Publishing. Nfer-Nelson Publishing Company Ltd. 1-128. Empson. UK (1989). 11138. 1-105. Marilyn. xi-xxvi. Hockin. 6-60. another season. Faber & Faber Ltd. Ward Lock Education. 1-92. Ruddock. 5-56. Sample con- 175 taining about 42786 words from a book (domain: social science) EVK Nutshells: constitutional and administrative law. Sian. Kent (1989). UK (1989). Lawlor. Magna Print Books. London (1989). Zed Books Ltd. IRL Press Ltd. Milton Keynes (1987). Monk. Sample containing about 31079 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EVA Sleep and dreaming. Graham and Foxman. Sample containing about 22589 words from a book (domain: commerce) EVN Cue Bruce. Edinburgh University Press. Sample containing about 37935 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EVV Graduated tests in mathematics. 3-71. Edinburgh (1989). London (1989). Redcliffe Press Ltd.

Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. Sample containing about 24218 words from a book (domain: leisure) 12. Dean. 1-51. Leslie. Harlow (1984). The Hornbeam Press. UK (1987). Morrison. Woodhead-Faulkner Ltd. 13-146. Derek J. Longman Group UK Ltd. David. Sample containing about 41651 words from a book (domain: social science) EW8 Sexual aspects of social work. Mike. Ian. Sample containing about 6437 words from a book (domain: social science) EWR English & Englishness. Sample containing about 43258 words from a book (domain: social science) EWW Matrices and engineering dynamics. Harlow (1987). UK (1984). 17-132. Richard. 32-121. Scutari Projects Ltd. V J. Sample containing about 40980 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EWA Style in fiction. Sample containing about 42453 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EWH Armada. London (1989). Norman. Polkinghorne. List of works excerpted EWC Watership Down. 153169. Sample containing about 2049 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EWG The Americas. Kent (1984). Stewart. London (1988). 1-82. 11-146. Sample containing about 35596 words from a book (domain: commerce) EW6 The quantum world. Sevenoaks. Duphar Laboratories Ltd. 1-60. Old Vicarage Publications. Sample containing about 38580 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EWM Landscape for a good woman [from Truth. Sample containing about 45659 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EWF My favourite stories of Lakeland. Ramsden. Carne. 1-76. Doyle. Longman Group UK Ltd. London (1989). Geoffrey N. 11-120. Ellis Horwood Ltd. Guinness . UK (1979). Allane. Chichester (1987). facts and champions. Congleton (1987). Fontana Paperbacks. UK (1988). Heinemann Educational Books Ltd. Cambridge (1981). Bragg. Sample containing about 16936 words from a book (domain: commerce) EW1 The age of Balfour and Baldwin 19021940. Sample containing about 28153 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EW5 Profitboss. Heron. Sample containing about 32327 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EW7 Resource-based learning. Sample containing about 41695 words from a book (domain: world affairs) EW4 Proportional representation: which system?. Melvyn. Harlow (1978). Sample containing about 17808 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EX0 Oriental rugs: a buyer’s guide.176 EVY Manpower solutions. Harding. 12-99. Brian. 11-195. Pan Books Ltd. Beswick. Thames & Hudson Ltd. 1-114. Lutterworth Press. 15136. S J and Harten-Ash. Lee. John. Short. Simpson. UK (1990). Sample containing about 40613 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) EWX Myocardial infarction: acute care and rehabilitation. A and Collar. Freemantle. Longman Group UK Ltd. dare or promise]. London (1987). Penguin Group. Sample containing about 40182 words from a book (domain: social science) EW9 Stockport Grammar School 14871987. Liz. W F R. 6-108. Charles. London (1988). London (1985). A R. 117-122. J C. 65-151. James. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. A B. 17-221. Adams. 51-129. Sample containing about 43998 words from a book (domain: arts) EWB Walking the Dales. Sykes. Gidley. Virago Press Ltd. Michael H and Leech. Sample containing about 33825 words from a book (domain: leisure) EX1 Motor racing: records. Michael Joseph Ltd. Ball. Lancaster. Leicester (1990).

PS1L6 46. student. ‘Andrew’. female Sample containing about 58 words speech recorded in educational context F7A [Tyneside Cinema Board meeting]. Denise. accountant. ‘Michael’. male 20+. student. Sample containing about 2821 words from a book (domain: imaginative) EX5 Study for survival and success. F71PS000 F71PS001 F71PS002 F71PS003 F71PS004 F71PS005 F71PS006 F71PS007 F72PS002 F72PS003 177 Sample containing about 6867 words speech recorded in educational context F73 [Ralph Gardner High School: talk between teacher and caretaker]. male Sample containing about 929 words speech recorded in educational context F75 [Mounting a picture: demonstration]. Norman. Michael. ‘Andrew’. female 30+. Nicholson. ‘Roger’. ‘Jane’. Sample containing about 38689 words from a book (domain: social science) EX6 Successful media relations: a practitioner’s guide. arts officer. Ridgway. AB. male Sample containing about 370 words speech recorded in educational context F74 [Ralph Gardner High School: art lesson for fourteen-year-olds]. ‘Andrew’. male Sample containing about 597 words speech recorded in educational context F76 [School Registration]. Little. female PS1KY 14. ‘Andrew’. Lutterworth Press. male 30+. teacher. male Sample containing about 4901 words speech recorded in educational context F78 [Staff meeting]. 1-120. PS1LG PS1LH PS1LJ PS1LK 30+. Sample containing about 34435 words from a book (domain: commerce) EX7 Dear Green Place [from Truth. PS1L1 46. teacher. female PS1L5 14. ‘Peter’. ‘Brian’. ‘Geoff’. ‘Susie’. ‘Bryony’. male PS1L4 45. teacher. Sample containing about 30691 words from a book (domain: commerce) EX4 [Excerpt from My favourite stories of Lakeland]. Waterson. student. Virago Press Ltd. PS1L0 46. male 40+. teacher. PS1L3 46. ‘John’. Paul Chapman Publishing Ltd. The Textile Institute. teacher. A H. Oxford (1988). male 50+. Aldershot (1984). Sample containing about 4001 words from a book (domain: social science) EX8 Water supplies and the treatment and disposal of effluents. caretaker. Meredeen. PS1L8 PS1L9 PS1LA PS1LB PS1LC PS1LD PS1LE 50+. male PS1L7 30. ‘Robert’. Gower Publishing Company Ltd. dare or promise]. PS1KU 46. UK (1975). secretary. Basil Blackwell Ltd. female 50+. ‘Iris’. male PS1L2 14. 237-248. PS1KW 46. male 50+. male 30+. Riley. lecturer. UK (1989). 1-83. Sander. DE. male PS1KX 35+. ‘Andrew’. London (1985).12. Sample containing about 15224 words from a book (domain: leisure) EX2 Regulation of the firm and natural monopoly. ‘Colin’. theatre manager. Judith. 96101. ‘Gillian’. 7-188. female . chief executive. ‘Andrew’. male PS1KV 40. male 40+. F72PS000 F72PS001 Sample containing about 14014 words speech recorded in business context F7C [Audio Description Action Group: meeting]. London (1988). 1-31. lecturer. teacher. female Sample containing about 161 words speech recorded in educational context F77 [Etching lesson]. ‘Kevin’. teacher. 11-132. Cambridge (1981). teacher. social worker. Sample containing about 11323 words from a book (domain: applied science) F71 A poet’s response to the pictures of Gauguin: [Picture appreciation lesson]. female Sample containing about 6754 words speech recorded in educational context F72 [Storytelling workshop]. audio services. teacher. List of works excerpted Publications.

‘Paul’. male 30+. social worker. ‘Angela’. teacher. male 30+. female Sample containing about 1077 words speech recorded in educational context F7L [Ampleforth Prep School: geography lesson for twelve-year-olds]. male 40+. lecturer. ‘Cath’. teacher. female . teacher. male 50+. ‘Danny’. PS1MF 50+. teacher. ‘Don’. PS1MH 50+. PS1M4 PS1M5 PS1M6 PS1M7 PS1M8 PS1M9 PS1MA 40+. male F7FPS000 F7FPS001 F7FPS002 F7FPS003 F7FPS004 Sample containing about 6064 words speech recorded in educational context F7S [Mark Hall School: science lesson for fourteen. PS1MS interviewer. male Sample containing about 444 words speech recorded in educational context F7T [Lecture for eighteen-year-old students on local councils and elections]. teacher. PS1ME 35+. female Sample containing about 13805 words speech recorded in business context F7E [Teachers’ conference: discussing maths lessons]. retired. PS1LW 50+. ‘Cathy’. teacher. PS1ML 30+. female F7SPS000 Sample containing about 15742 words speech recorded in educational context F7G [Teachers’ conference: discussing assessment procedures]. ‘Terry’. F7JPS000 F7JPS001 F7JPS002 Sample containing about 11065 words speech recorded in educational context F7V [Personal services: meeting of councillors]. lecturer. teacher. ‘Ken’. teacher. ‘Ian’. teacher. teacher. ‘Alan’. female PS1LU 40+. teacher. Sample containing about 6984 words speech recorded in public context F7X [Clitheroe magistrates’ court: trials]. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 1751 words speech recorded in educational context F7N [Ampleforth Prep School: remedial English lesson for eleven-year-olds]. ‘Alan’. PS1MW PS1MX . PS1LS 40+. ‘Mrs Druce’. PS1MG 35+. female PS1MT 70+. male Sample containing about 4832 words speech recorded in leisure context F81 [Harlow Study Centre: interview]. ‘Andrew’. PS1MR 46. male PS1MY . teacher. teacher. male Sample containing about 4244 words speech recorded in educational context F7F [Teachers’ conference: discussing assessment procedures]. female F7CPS000 12. teacher. male F7UPS000 Sample containing about 5676 words speech recorded in educational context F7J [COHSE/NALGO/NUPE/meeting]. female Sample containing about 19876 words speech recorded in public context F7W [Clitheroe magistrates’ court: trials]. ‘Judith’. male PS1LT 40+. teacher. female Sample containing about 3732 words speech recorded in educational context F7M [Ampleforth Prep School: English lesson for nine-year-olds]. F7VPS000 Sample containing about 11154 words speech recorded in public context F7K [Ampleforth Prep School: remedial English lesson for nine-year-olds]. female PS1LV 30+. teacher. female PS1MM ‘Steve’.and fifteen-year-olds]. Sample containing about 5367 words speech recorded in public context F7Y [Harlow Study Centre: oral history interview].178 PS1LL 40+. teacher. female 30+. male F7TPS000 Sample containing about 7541 words speech recorded in educational context F7U [Lecture on Isomers]. ‘Rod’. male F7EPS000 Sample containing about 2058 words speech recorded in educational context F7R [Mark Hall School: religious studies lesson for eleven-year-olds]. PS1MN 30+. ‘Don’. PS1MP 30+. male 40+. teacher.

male Sample containing about 9132 words speech recorded in public context F87 [Church of Scotland: Report on Church funds]. ‘George’. first aid officer. female PS1P9 40. ‘Audrey’. female Sample containing about 11556 words speech recorded in educational context F8E [Newcastle University Department of Marine Biology and Coastal Management: lecture on oceanography]. ‘Alan’. male F84PS000 Sample containing about 1452 words speech recorded in educational context F8A [Birmingham College of Food: lecture on food]. moderator. lecturer. PS1N6 ‘Hugh’. ‘Chris’. ‘Pat’. ‘Elaine’. male PS1NF ‘Mr Boyd’. female PS1PA 40. AB. PS1P8 50. male 50+. PS1NR 25. DE. Sample containing about 3726 words speech recorded in educational context . male Sample containing about 5347 words speech recorded in leisure context F84 [Church of Scotland: Meeting on rules and regulations]. PS1NX PS1NY PS1P0 PS1P2 PS1P3 PS1P4 PS1P5 PS1P6 50+. AB. moderator. male Sample containing about 2066 words speech recorded in public context F85 [Church of Scotland: Report on Baptism]. ‘Melvin’. moderator. male PS1N9 ‘Mr McKweon’. tutor. female PS1N1 . ‘Tom’. male PS1N2 . male 40+. male F86PS000 F86PS001 F86PS002 F86PS003 Sample containing about 5235 words speech recorded in educational context F8D [British Red Cross first aid course]. PS1N0 . male Sample containing about 7817 words speech recorded in educational context Sample containing about 643 words speech recorded in educational context F8G [Newcastle University Department of Marine Biology and Coastal Management: discussion and training video]. male 50+. male PS1NC ‘Ian’. male F85PS000 F85PS001 F85PS002 F85PS003 F85PS004 F85PS005 Sample containing about 5756 words speech recorded in leisure context F8C [British Red Cross first aid course]. ‘Denise’. male PS1NJ ‘Mr McGilvery’. PS1NA ‘Hugh’. ‘Tom’. ‘Donald’. lecturer. ‘Tom Grundy’. ‘John’. female Sample containing about 3160 words speech recorded in educational context F8B [Harlow Rotary Club: talk on engineering]. PS1PC 40+. PS1NS 40+. lecturer. male 60+. DE. first aid officer. PS1NK ‘Hugh’. PS1PB 30+. male PS1NG ‘Mr Torrence’. female Sample containing about 10501 words speech recorded in public context F86 [Church of Scotland: Meeting on rules and regulations]. male PS1NB ‘Dr Stuart’. student union president. female F8FPS000 F8FPS001 Sample containing about 3638 words speech recorded in public context F88 [Birmingham College of Food: lecture on tourism]. male 50+. female 179 F89 [Birmingham College of Food: student union induction speech]. male PS1NH ‘Mr Forrester’. male PS1N7 ‘Mr Malloch’. ‘Joey’. male PS1N8 ‘Mr Holt’.12. lecturer. PS1NP 30. PS1P7 50. male F87PS000 F87PS001 F87PS002 Sample containing about 5167 words speech recorded in educational context F8F [Newcastle University Department of Marine Biology and Coastal Management: tutorial]. PS1NE ‘Hugh’. lecturer. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 7762 words speech recorded in leisure context F82 [Harlow Study Centre: interview]. male 50+. moderator. male 50+. ‘Audrey’.

PS1PD 50+. lecturer. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 5243 words speech recorded in educational context F8U [BNC Project: weekly progress meeting]. David. PS1PN ‘Joyce’. Sample containing about 40771 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) F9G Beyond the inner city.p. ‘Cathy’. u. Sample containing about 40711 words from a book (domain: social science) F9C The adultery department. Byrne. male Sample containing about 2066 words speech recorded in educational context F8L [Norwich City College: NNEB lecture]. Bryers. Basingstoke (1989). R. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. PS1PR 30. lecturer. ‘Derek’. interviewer. male Sample containing about 15819 words speech recorded in educational context F8S [Newcastle University: lecture on microbiology]. Basingstoke (1990). PS1PS 38. 8-122. Sample containing about 42120 words from a book (domain: social science) F9F The trials of life. male F8MPS000 F8MPS001 F8MPS002 F8MPS003 F8MPS004 F8MPS005 F8MPS006 F8MPS007 Sample containing about 5757 words speech recorded in educational context F8N [Harlow Rotary Club : talk on atomic engineering]. Quintet Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 40400 words from a book (domain: imaginative) F9A An introduction to archaeology. PS1PG 50+.180 F8H [Newcastle University Department of Marine Biology and Coastal Management: lecture on communication skills and training video]. chemist. lexicographer. 44-137. PS1PH PS1PJ PS1PK PS1PL PS1PM ‘Ian’. lecturer. lecturer. lecturer. London (1993). London (1989). 1-130. male ‘Gordon’..d. lecturer. L. London (1990). 227-312. male ‘Jeff’. Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 45093 words from a book (domain: imaginative) F9D Advertising: what it is and how to do it. Sample containing about 5688 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) F99 Adam’s paradise. White. . male ‘Frank’. (n. Attenborough. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. McGraw-Hill Book Company. R and Atkins. retired. male Sample containing about 7960 words speech recorded in leisure context F8R [Leigh Community Centre: lecture on China]. ‘David’. male 24. 1146. P. secretary. Maidenhead (1993). ‘Francis’. 1-128. u. A. PS1PE 30+. A. ‘Clare’. male Sample containing about 9511 words speech recorded in business context F98 Computers and the humanities. ‘Ernest’. Rush. male Sample containing about 4085 words speech recorded in educational context F8J [Newcastle University: lecture on word processing].p. Webster. Sample containing about 26812 words from a book (domain: applied science) F9B The administration of justice. Atkins. female Sample containing about 10567 words speech recorded in educational context F8M [Norwich City College: drama course meeting and lecture]. head of department 12. female PS1PP 70. ‘Neil’.). Kenny. male Sample containing about 5436 words speech recorded in leisure context F8P [Walsall Local History Centre: talk about Home Guard]. female 24. female 27. Sample containing about 40765 words from a book (domain: commerce) F9E Introduction to the sociology of development. ‘Wendy’. PS1PF 30. A. male ‘Don’. PS1RA PS1R7 PS1R8 PS1R9 25. physicist. David Collins & sons. D. 1-161.

Sample containing about 39288 words from a book (domain: social science) F9X Deceit. Sturrock. Oxford University Press. Oxford University Press. D. 87-205. 53-168. Virago Press Ltd. HarperCollins. Spalding. 206-329. Bedford. Glasgow (1982). Sample containing about 39434 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) F9L Church and realm: 1272-1461. Booth. B. 1127. 8108. Virgin. K and Abercrombie. 186. Yule. Allen. Milton Keynes (1990). Sample containing about 43306 words from a book (domain: world affairs) F9V Discourse analysis. Sample containing about 39591 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) F9M City psalms. 9-113. Oxford (1994). London (1988). Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. London (1988). Heath. Bloodaxe books ltd. J. Sample containing about 46151 words from a book (domain: imaginative) F9Y Doctor Who: the early years. London (1992). Sample containing about 39646 words from a book (domain: social science) F9U Dance till the stars come down. G. 157-295. 3-98. Squires. Walby. Fontana Press. Sample containing about 44568 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FA0 Restructuring Britain: the economy in question. A biography of John Minton. Sample containing about 39578 words from a book (domain: social science) F9W Discourse. 181 Swann. G. Sample containing about 40717 words from a book (domain: leisure) FA3 First degree: the undergraduate curriculum. G and Brown. London (1988). Sample containing about 30099 words from a periodical (domain: arts) F9K Introduction to contemporary epistemology. Bentham. 1-112. Cambridge University Press. Open University Press. . Sample containing about 39899 words from a book (domain: imaginative) F9S Contemporary British society. W H Allen & Company plc. London (1993). Warde. M and Potts. Sample containing about 8494 words from a book (domain: imaginative) F9N Cloak of darkness. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Milton Keynes (1989). et al. Newcastle upon Tyne (1992). Dancy. Oxford (1993). 7-131. J. Sample containing about 42163 words from a book (domain: social science) F9T Curricula for diversity in education. Paul R. P. J Whitaker & sons. 5117. Sage Publications Ltd. S. Oxford University Press. MacInnes. London (1991). P. Blackwell. Sample containing about 42700 words from a book (domain: commerce) FA1 Environment and enforcement regulation and the social definition. N. Oxford (1993). 3-93. London (1993). S. Zephaniah. 3-110.12. J. London (1993-19-19). F. J and Massey. K. Sample containing about 41389 words from a book (domain: social science) F9H The birdwatcher’s handbook. Soothill. Oxford (1992). H. T. G. Ehrlich. Sample containing about 40557 words from a book (domain: social science) FA2 The French Pyrenees. Sample containing about 42862 words from a book (domain: world affairs) F9R A compass error. J. Masterton. Kent (1991). List of works excerpted Open University Press. P. 1-118. 9-123. Faber & Faber Ltd. J. Oxford (1992). London (1986). Sample containing about 40135 words from a book (domain: leisure) F9J Bookseller. Darvill-Evans. 11-64. Cook. Hawkins. 29-207. Blackwell. Cambridge (1991). A. Sevenoaks. W. Sample containing about 41922 words from a book (domain: imaginative) F9P Cold War Europe: 1945-1989. Urry. Edward Arnold. Young.

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1-119. Sample containing about 39677 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FET Still life. Sample containing about 39758 words from a book (domain: leisure) FEP Ring of fire. UK (1988). London (1988). Malthouse Publishing. Sample containing about 40985 words from a book (domain: leisure) FES The seaman: a history of the National Union of Seamen. Sample containing about 45256 words from a book (domain: social science) FEV Supersense: perception in the animal world. Stewart. UK (1989). Sample containing about 37996 words from a book (domain: commerce) FEX The vitality diet. A S. 1-115. Penguin Group. W Fisher and Constantine. Sample containing about 38397 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) FEW Temporary employment. FL7PS000 FL7PS001 FL7PS002 FL7PS003 FL7PS004 FL7PS005 FL7PS006 FL7PS007 FL7PS008 Sample containing about 5144 words speech recorded in leisure context FL8 Scottish Women: discussion about ‘the body beautiful’. 7-229. London (1991). Alan and Stewart. UK (1989). Sample containing about 17361 words from a book (domain: commerce) FEM Old serpent Nile. Maryon. 12-147. Lorne. FL8PS000 Sample containing about 5062 words speech recorded in leisure context FL9 Scottish Women: discussion about crime. Keating. A journey to the source. Stoy Hayward. BBC Books. Blair. Thorsons Publishers. 9-127. 1-83. List of works excerpted about 34229 words from a book (domain: arts) FL4 Menopause: television discussion. Bernard. FL6PS000 FL6PS001 FL6PS002 FL6PS003 FL6PS004 FL6PS005 FL6PS006 FL6PS007 FL6PS008 Sample containing about 4849 words speech recorded in leisure context FL7 Misogyny: television discussion. 3-120. H R F. A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd. Cassie. FL9PS000 . Stanley. T. 3-72. John. UK (1990). PSI Publications. Sample containing about 35526 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FEU Student’s guide to success. Sample containing 12. UK (1989). Stewart. FL4PS000 FL4PS001 FL4PS002 FL4PS003 FL4PS004 FL4PS005 FL4PS006 FL4PS007 FL4PS008 Sample containing about 4700 words speech recorded in leisure context FL5 Football: television discussion. London (1986). Downer. John Murray (Publishers) Ltd. FL5PS000 FL5PS001 FL5PS002 FL5PS003 FL5PS004 FL5PS005 FL5PS006 FL5PS007 FL5PS008 Sample containing about 5108 words speech recorded in leisure context FL6 Eating disorders: television discussion. Bantam (Corgi). London (1988). Butterworth & Company (pub) Ltd. Marsh. Sample containing about 34333 words from a book (domain: leisure) FF0 Writing crime fiction. 8-145.188 sciences) FEJ Model financial statements for public and private companies. Casey. 1-84. Arthur. Macmillan Education Ltd. Byatt. UK (1990).

FLMPS000 FLMPS001 FLMPS002 . FLCPS000 FLCPS001 FLCPS002 FLCPS003 FLCPS004 FLCPS005 FLCPS006 FLCPS007 FLCPS008 Sample containing about 4936 words speech recorded in leisure context FLH Animal rights: television discussion.12. FLKPS000 FLKPS001 FLKPS002 FLKPS003 FLKPS004 FLKPS005 FLKPS006 FLKPS007 FLKPS008 Sample containing about 4740 words speech recorded in leisure context FLE The Royals: television discussion. FLDPS000 FLDPS001 FLDPS002 FLDPS003 FLDPS004 FLDPS005 FLDPS006 FLDPS007 FLDPS008 Sample containing about 4861 words speech recorded in leisure context FLK Young women in Scotland: television discussion. the arts. FLEPS000 FLEPS001 FLEPS002 FLEPS003 FLEPS004 FLEPS005 FLEPS006 FLEPS007 FLEPS008 Sample containing about 5270 words speech recorded in leisure context FLL Traditions: television discussion. FLAPS000 FLFPS007 FLFPS008 189 Sample containing about 4837 words speech recorded in leisure context FLG Mental health: television discussion. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 5035 words speech recorded in leisure context FLA Scottish Women: discussion about transport. FLLPS000 FLLPS001 FLLPS002 FLLPS003 FLLPS004 FLLPS005 FLLPS006 FLLPS007 FLLPS008 Sample containing about 4779 words speech recorded in leisure context FLF Mental health: television discussion. FLGPS000 FLGPS001 FLGPS002 FLGPS003 FLGPS004 FLGPS005 FLGPS006 FLGPS007 FLGPS008 Sample containing about 4914 words speech recorded in leisure context FLB Scottish Women: discussion about love. the press. FLHPS000 FLHPS001 FLHPS002 FLHPS003 FLHPS004 FLHPS005 FLHPS006 FLHPS007 FLHPS008 Sample containing about 4745 words speech recorded in leisure context FLD Families: television discussion. FLFPS000 FLFPS001 FLFPS002 FLFPS003 FLFPS004 FLFPS005 FLFPS006 Sample containing about 4904 words speech recorded in leisure context FLM Scottish women: discussion about smoking. school. FLBPS000 Sample containing about 4569 words speech recorded in leisure context FLC Scottish Women: property.

student. first aid representative. teacher. ‘Katie’. first aid representative. ‘John’. tutor. first aid representative. male Sample containing about 14349 words speech recorded in business context FM3 Body Shop presentation: aromatherapy/Body Shop products. ‘Wendy’. male Sample containing about 4982 words speech recorded in leisure context FLP Scottish women: discussion about weddings. PS1RS 43. driving instructor. PS1RT 53. first aid representative. PS1RD ‘Albert’. male Sample containing about 10719 words speech recorded in business context FLU Albert Gunter: sermon. PS1RR 43. lexicographer. ‘Clare’. male PS1PU 47. male PS1PW 32. female 40+. ‘Tony’. minister. ‘Roger’. male Sample containing about 12889 words speech recorded in educational context . List of works excerpted Sample containing about 2087 words speech recorded in public context FLX 11th year science lesson on chemistry of metal processing. ‘Celia’. PS1SB 50. driving instructor. student. first aid representative. administration tutor. administrator. ‘Yvonne’. female PS1PX 24. ‘Steve’. PS1RV 62. female PS1R2 26. male PS1RU 62. ‘Suzanne’. female 21. ‘Dianne’. female PS1R0 58. ‘Tony’. male PS1R1 33. ‘Andrew’. PS1PT 38. ‘John’. ‘Wendy’. male PS1SC 16. female Sample containing about 3667 words speech recorded in educational context FM4 Tutorial lesson: GCSE maths tutoring session. male Sample containing about 11124 words speech recorded in educational context FM5 Tutorial lesson: GCSE chemistry tutoring session. male PS1SA 16. female 50+. manageress. female 24. PS1RF ‘Albert’. first aid representative. FLPPS000 FLPPS001 FLPPS002 FLPPS003 FLPPS004 FLPPS005 FLPPS006 FLPPS007 FLPPS008 Sample containing about 5132 words speech recorded in educational context FLY 11th year science lesson on chemistry of metal processing. ‘Stan’. male Sample containing about 6132 words speech recorded in educational context FM0 Defensive driving techniques: Lecture/seminar. driving instructor. male Sample containing about 7508 words speech recorded in business context FM2 Missprint planning meeting. ‘Andrew’. male PS1PV 36. FLRPS000 FLRPS001 FLRPS002 FLRPS003 FLRPS004 FLRPS005 FLRPS006 FLRPS007 FLRPS008 Sample containing about 9342 words speech recorded in business context FM1 Defensive driving techniques: Lecture/seminar. female 26. transcriber. transcriber. male Sample containing about 4242 words speech recorded in public context FLW Albert Gunter: sermon. transcriber. PS1S1 PS1S2 PS1S3 PS1S4 25. first aid representative. ‘Roger’. ‘Derek’. ‘Emmy’. PS1S9 50. ‘David’.190 FLMPS003 FLMPS004 FLMPS005 FLMPS006 FLMPS007 FLMPS008 12. ‘Carmel’. ‘Mike’. ‘Stan’. ‘Norman’. male Sample containing about 5226 words speech recorded in leisure context FLS General Portfolio health and safety meeting. masseur. female PS1PY 28. tutor. PS1S5 PS1S6 PS1S7 PS1S8 40+. first aid representative. minister. first aid representative. male Sample containing about 4940 words speech recorded in leisure context FLR Scottish women: discussion about sex education. male 24. teacher. ‘Peter’.

male Sample containing about 11236 words speech recorded in public context FMP Planning and development in York: greenbelt planning . ‘Peter’. male Sample containing about 7157 words speech recorded in educational context FMM Tutorial lesson: maths. female PS1T4 13. careers advisor. PS1SH ‘Pc Bruce’.talk by PC Bruce: Talk/presentation. ‘Martin’. male FMHPS000 Sample containing about 1100 words speech recorded in educational context FM9 Strangers . department of the environment adjudicator. male Sample containing about 1539 words speech recorded in educational context FMB Science lesson: year 10. PS1SP 50.public enquiry. PS1T5 PS1T6 PS1T7 PS1T8 PS1T9 PS1TA PS1TB 20+. police officer. ‘John’. police officer. male PS1T2 9. ‘John’. ‘Simon’. List of works excerpted FM7 Strangers . tutor. male PS1TR 58. ‘Simon’. male 20+. archaeologist. teacher. barrister. male PS1ST 16.talk by PC Bruce: Talk/presentation. ‘Malcolm’. ‘John’. tutor. PS1TW 55. male 20+. male Sample containing about 10641 words speech recorded in educational context FMF Tutorial lesson: junior-level spelling and maths. student. male Sample containing about 6278 words speech recorded in educational context FMJ Tutorial lesson: junior-level spelling and maths. PS1SG ‘Pc Bruce’. student. ‘Emma’. PS1TM 50+. male 20+.talk by PC Bruce: Talk/presentation. PS1T3 42. male PS1TN 13+. PS1SU 50+. deputy chairman. male 24. PS1SF ‘Pc Bruce’. male PS1TS 64. student. male Sample containing about 5595 words speech recorded in educational context FMN Planning and development in York: greenbelt planning . male FMCPS000 Sample containing about 5747 words speech recorded in public context FML What archaeologists do: discussions. PS1SJ ‘Pc Bruce’. transcriber. ‘John’. male Sample containing about 3288 words speech recorded in educational context FMC Music lesson: year 10. ‘Toby’. ‘George’. ‘John’. male PS1TU 30. ‘John’. male Sample containing about 13669 words speech recorded in educational context FMH Tutorial lesson: junior-level spelling and maths. tutor. police officer. ‘Simon’. female Sample containing about 5553 words speech recorded in educational context FME Tutorial lesson: GCSE maths. PS1SY 50+. student. tutor. student. police officer. archaeologist. female Sample containing about 3724 words speech recorded in educational context FMD York University Careers Service: careers interview. student. ‘Elizabeth’. ‘Ian’. teacher.12. barrister.public enquiry. ‘Derek’. teacher. PS1SW 50+. ‘John’. student. male FMGPS000 191 Sample containing about 11056 words speech recorded in educational context FM8 Strangers . ‘Simon’. archaeologist. tutor. male Sample containing about 314 words speech recorded in educational context FMA Strangers . department of the environment adjudicator. ‘John’. male PS1TV 40. male Sample containing about 5903 words speech recorded in educational context FMK ‘How we can change the world by our witness’: confirmation preparation lesson. male PS1SX 9. male PS1SV 9. barrister. ‘Harry’. ‘John’. female 40+. student. ‘Ian’. PS1SS 50+. PS1TP 55.talk by PC Bruce: Talk/presentation. PS1SK 50. student. barrister. student. tutor. male . male 48. PS1SL 50. male PS1TT 46. male Sample containing about 5936 words speech recorded in educational context FMG Tutorial lesson: junior-level spelling and maths. student. male PS1T0 9. male PS1SR 20+. ‘Andrew’. PS1T1 50+.

J. male FP2 Sample containing about 11906 words speech recorded in public context FNR Algorithmic learning. Headline Book Publishing plc. Brown. Sample containing about 41087 words from a book (domain: imaginative) The changing population of Britain. J. Oxford (1992). 49-192. Hutchinson. Appignanesi. JE. Sample containing about 6918 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FNT Memory and desire. Penguin Group. Walsh. Cubitt. London (1985). Sample containing about 44683 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Corporate power and responsibility. deputy chairman. S. Sample containing about 42301 words from a book (domain: social science) The coldest place on earth: Oxford Bookworms edition. ‘Andrew’. 203-331. student. Thane.192 PS1TX 58. London (1993). male PS1TY 64.)Ewen. W. (1991). ‘Harry’. male PS1U1 30. B. PS1UD 50. Sample FP3 FP4 FP5 FP6 FP7 FP8 FP9 . male PS1UC 16. Blackstone Press. Sample containing about 40817 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Conjure me. Vicary. Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 44039 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FNU An awfully big adventure. Sample containing about 41837 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Cases & materials on constitutional & administrative law. London (1991). Tomlinson. Faber. London (1993). male PS1U0 46. List of works excerpted containing about 42225 words from a book (domain: applied science) The brooch of azure midnight. H (ed. Orbit. Sample containing about 35516 words from a book (domain: social science) Consumption. 1-70. B. 295410. Oxford (1992). barrister. London (1990). London (1993). London (1989). S. Sample containing about 44923 words from a book (domain: social science) Callanish. Curtis. London (1992). Blackwell. S. K. Gay. 56-175. Tim. Sceptre (Hodder). 1-39. ‘George’. Faulks. Melvyn. Alan (ed. P and Kiernan. Sample containing about 42383 words from a book (domain: imaginative) The Maid of Buttermere. male FMPPS000 FMPPS001 FMPPS002 12. 157-303. tutor. male FP1 Sample containing about 13083 words speech recorded in educational context FMS Legal advice: pre-retirement course. PS1UB 50. Banks. M. Oxford University Press. 2-5. Horwood. Oxford (1993). 75-192. Hutchinson. L. WJoshi. identity and style. 97-192. B and Allen. A. Sample containing about 34061 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FNX Richard Branson: the inside story. R. Brown & Company. Sample containing about 41136 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FNV Birdsong. barrister. Oxford University Press. Iain. Sample containing about 42928 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) FNS Alice in Wonderland: Oxford Bookworms edition. Corgi Books. 3-145. solicitor. Brass. Bragg. Thompson. Fontana Press. 13-135. London (1990). barrister. Sample containing about 41034 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FNW Black holes and Uncle Albert. Oxford (1990). Parkinson. M. Duckworth & Company Ltd. London (1993).). Stannard. Little. Alan. Bainbridge. 259-384. ‘John’. Ermisch. Sample containing about 5858 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Complicity. FP0 Sample containing about 15200 words speech recorded in public context FMR Tutorial lesson: GCSE chemistry. 3-136. Oxford University Press. male PS1U2 40. Oxford University Press. barrister.

p. J and French. List of works excerpted Tomlinson. Sphere Books Ltd. Oxford University Press. Goodman. P. 59-179. Pitman Publishing. J. Oxford (1992). Sample containing about 42326 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPJ Disabling barriers: enabling environment. Cambridge University Press. Penguin Group. 124-297. Sample containing about 39308 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FPP Grace Darling: Oxford Bookworms edition. John. Sevenoaks (1991). Sage Publications Ltd. London (1992). Finkelstein. Bassett. G. A. S. Headline Book Publishing plc. Cambridge (1992). H. 289-426. 9-141. C. 1-40. 144-287. Sample containing about 5695 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPF The possession of Delia Sutherland. Chapmans Publishers Ltd. Sallis. B. Oxford (1992). Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 44352 words from a book (domain: social science) FPK Don’t cry alone. Claire and Dickens. Sample containing about 39496 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPT Anne of Green Gables: Oxford Bookworms edition. 121-239. Sample containing about 39700 words from a book (domain: social science) FPA Creed. London (1991). Hanson. Oxford (1992). Elton. Oxford (1991). Wildwood house. Williams. Escott. Sample containing about 25558 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPV Gulliver’s travels: Oxford Bookworms edition. Sample containing about 33378 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPE Dead Man’s Island: Oxford Bookworms edition. P. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Sample containing about 15713 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPW A shorter history of Greek art. Sample containing about 40796 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPB Crimson. Headline Book Publishing plc. (1984). London (1993). Corgi Books. J. Robertson. London (1992). u. J. Tim. B. Sample containing about 41768 words from a book (domain: social science) FPS Gridlock. Conran. West. 3-108. Middlesex (1985). Sample containing about 43530 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPG Design of computer data files. Oxford. New English Library. Oxford University Press. Sample con- . R. 1-40. Vicary. Fontana Press. 1-86. A and Murdock. Haines. Neil. S. London (1993).12. Ling. Oxford University Press. V. 129-262. Sample containing about 37071 words from a book (domain: social science) FPD Daughters of the moon. 230-368. Sample containing about 6738 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPM Flood water. Sample containing about 6333 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPU Great Expectations: Oxford Bookworms edition. O. Sample containing about 41894 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPC Culture. London (1993). London (1989). Oxford. 1-89. 193 Sample containing about 41337 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPL The phantom of the opera: Oxford Bookworms edition. Newby. Herbert. London (1993). Sample containing about 7102 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPR Green and pleasant land. London (1981). 1-39. Swain. M. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 39917 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPN Tell them I’m on my way. Cox. S. 9-123. 183-264. M. Sample containing about 38943 words from a book (domain: applied science) FPH The diamond waterfall. London (1993). Oxford University Press. Oliver. Oxford University Press. London (1992).

Unwin Hyman Ltd. Sample containing about 42193 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FR9 Life at the tip. London (1988). A. Oxford (1992). Virgin. Sample containing about 26293 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRF Chung Kuo book one: the Middle Kingdom. P. 86-214. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. London (1993). London (1989). Stevens & son. Nexus. Carter. Virgin. Tim. London (1993). 1-86. 92-222. Sample containing about 41752 words from a book (domain: social science) FRH Nobody’s business. Oxford (1987). David. Sample containing about 42951 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FRC The magic toyshop. Sample containing about 41881 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FR1 House of cards. Sevenoaks. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Sample containing about 43610 words from a book (domain: social science) FRB The government and politics of Britain. Sample containing about 43020 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) FR0 The highest science. Williams. u. 1-39. 68-167. Kozolchyk. Oxford University Press. T and West. Richards. HarperCollins. List of works excerpted FR8 Last man to die. Dobbs. Hardy. Grist. P. Oxford (1990). Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Sample containing about 40005 words from a book (domain: social science) FR6 Jane Eyre: Oxford Bookworms edition. Sample containing about 43409 words from a book (domain: imaginative) . C. 13-107. Self. Oxford (1992). 139-242. London (1982). Wingrove. 97-218. G.. 66-172. Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd. Kent (1992).p. Angela. London (1993). Sample containing about 33390 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FR7 Evolution and present state of the ocean bill of lading. 1-201. Sample containing about 36860 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRA Learning the law. HarperCollins. Oxford University Press. London (1991). Wilding. M. P and George. Sample containing about 43438 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRG Observing and analysing natural language. Virago Press Ltd. Sample containing about 39742 words from a book (domain: social science) FR5 Insiders: women’s experience of prison. Blackwell. Roberts.). Gilg. W. Boris. London (1993). Sample containing about 23324 words from a book (domain: commerce) 12. L. Sample containing about 36931 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FPY In tune with heaven. Kent (1989). M. Sample containing about 42338 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FR2 An introduction to rural geography. Oxford University Press. 197-344. Dobbs.194 taining about 35368 words from a book (domain: arts) FPX War in high heels. 41-185. 81-201. Virago Press Ltd. Gilliat. 92-199. 67-137. London (1993). Sample containing about 37674 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FR4 The impact of social policy. London (1988). 28157. M. Falconer. Milroy. London (1984). London (1990). Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Vicary. Virago Press Ltd. Sevenoaks. Sample containing about 43803 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRD Mary Queen of Scots: Oxford Bookworms edition. Sample containing about 22305 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FR3 My idea of fun. London (1989). P (ed. G. Sample containing about 6953 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRE Far from the madding crowd: Oxford Bookworms edition. 251-342. 1-101. V.

C and Burnett. Oxford University Press. S and Brown. C. Oxford University Press. Dublin: Swords (1993). 1-71. . Fontana Press. 7-146. Sample containing about 39981 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRR The pearly queen. Morrell. London (1992). 1-48. Unwin Hyman Ltd. 150-291. Poolbeg. D. 1-102. Sample containing about 43532 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRT The politics of the judiciary. Lorrimer. John. Bantam (Corgi). London (1991). J A G. Sample containing about 11386 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRX Robinson Crusoe: Oxford Bookworms 195 edition. 289-409. Oxford (1993). London (1993). 158-283. M. Sample containing about 42612 words from a book (domain: social science) FRM Overtime. Oxford (1993). Burnett. 243-366. Fiona. E and Escott. Marcus. Payne. Sample containing about 11584 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FS3 The life and times of William Shakespeare: Oxford Bookworms edition. Rogers. Diane. Corgi Books. List of works excerpted FRJ A land not theirs. 195319. Sample containing about 40077 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRS Platinum coast. Oxford (1993). T. London (1993). West. G. Joshi. HarperCollins. Sample containing about 7003 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRY The railway children: Oxford Bookworms edition. Oxford University Press. Oxford (1993). Oxford University Press. Iris. L. Sample containing about 43094 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FS2 The secret garden: Oxford Bookworms Edition. 7-112. Sample containing about 35807 words from a book (domain: applied science) FS1 The spinning wheel. Defoe. Oxford University Press. Herbert. C. M. Hope. Sample containing about 38553 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FS5 Sky ray lolly. Corgi Books. Sample containing about 42312 words from a book (domain: social science) FRU Prisoner of Zenda: Oxford Bookworms edition. Sevenoaks (1992). Staples. 33-164. London (1992). Transworld Publishers Ltd. Mary Jane. Oxford University Press. D and Mowat. D. F. R and Dickens. Sample containing about 43425 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) FRP The oyster catchers. J. Sample containing about 36898 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRK Oliver Twist: Oxford Bookworms edition. London (1993). Baker. Oxford (1993). London (1992). Sample containing about 9599 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FS4 Shrine. Bassett. Holtham. 15144. Sample containing about 42159 words from a book (domain: social science) FS7 Understanding social policy. J. Orbit. J. Nesbit. Oxford (1992). F. Sample containing about 33479 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRN Oxford Review of Economic Policy. Sample containing about 10419 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FS6 Introduction to social administration in Britain. London (1993). London (1990). Sample containing about 10122 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FS0 Some other rainbow. 964. Pitt-Kethley. David. Hill. Holt. V and Helm. 1-57. Pemberton. J and McCarthy. Gower. A and Mowat.12. New English Library. Griffith. Oxford University Press. Sphere Books Ltd. 1-41. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. London (1992). Oxford (1993). M. Sample containing about 28284 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FRL In other words: a coursebook on translation.

Sample containing about 5315 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSM Wall games. List of works excerpted 16175 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSK Tooth and claw: Oxford Bookworms edition. Sample containing about 41933 words from a book (domain: social science) FS8 Sons of the morning. Sample containing about 9424 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSC Never such innocence. Daphne. 8-95. Sample containing about 36981 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSJ Treasure Island: Oxford Bookworms edition. London (1992). London (1993). 2-39. 57-206. C and Millar. Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 39902 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FSV The Bookseller. Arrow (Hutchinson). A. Sample containing about 19541 words from a book (domain: arts) FSP What’s it like out?. Herbert. J. London (1989). Virgin. London (1992). John and Stevenson. Wilson. Sweet & Maxwell Ltd.196 Blackwell. 127-224. Sample containing about 43645 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSF The relic. Oxford (1992). Sample containing about 36949 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSR White darkness. W V H. Warner Books. 91-200. Oxford. R. Corgi Books. (1992)Oxford University Press. Curtis. P. Hemel Hempstead (1992). F. 115-265. Rowena. 187-300. Sample containing about 42952 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSN Wedding speeches and toasts. Sample containing about 29021 words from a periodi- . Campbell. 225-336. Orbit (Sphere). McIntee. London (1993). Oxford (1991). London (1992). R L. Oxford University Press. Virago Press Ltd. Sample containing about 25869 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSE The earth is the Lord’s. 72-180. Chapman & Hall. New English Library. Rogers. Sample containing about 44097 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FS9 Spinning jenny. 7-155. Oxford University Press. Lansbury. 1-73. Glendinning. 1-55. 115-229. Michael Joseph Ltd. Doubleday. M. Escott. Sevenoaks (1993). E. 121-233. J. W. Sample containing about 33535 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSD The suitcase kid. Gilliat. London (1991). London (1993). Anthony. David. London (1993). Oxford University Press. J. London (1992). H. Sample containing about 42192 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSS Tort. Wright. Corgi Books. 1-91. Sample containing about 40741 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSA Stock index futures. "Saki" and Border. Sample containing about 39696 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSH The fog. J. Rosemary. Akinyemi. Sample containing about 43570 words from a book (domain: social science) FST Women and poverty in Britain. Cambridge University Press. James. Sutcliffe. Cambridge (1993). Gilbert. Sample containing about 43479 words from a book (domain: social science) FSU A short history of the Yugoslav peoples. 91-200. London (1993-19-19). Hamilton. London (1991). Oxford (1992). Harvester & Wheatsheaf. Dobbs. Sample containing about 35495 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSG The claw. Sample containing about 8901 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FSL Under the moon: Oxford Bookworms edition. Ward lock (Cassell). London (1990). 7-130. 421-535. Sample containing about 38845 words from a book (domain: commerce) FSB The star zoo. Sample containing about 12. C. HarperCollins. Ramsey. 1-54. 115-241. London (1992). J Whitaker & sons. Singleton.

Sample containing about 49229 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FTU Off the beaten track: Switzerland. British Medical Association. Hemel Hempstead (1992-02). London (1993-19-19). Pivcevic. Sample containing about 42346 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FT4 British Medical Journal. Sample containing about 31599 words from a book (domain: leisure) FTV The concept of reality. Sample containing about 39785 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FT6 Community Care incorporating Social Work Today. Sutton. Sample containing about 43001 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FT5 British Medical Journal. 1-100. Edo. List of works excerpted cal (domain: arts) FSW The Bookseller. Sample containing about 22809 words from a periodical (domain: arts) FSY British Medical Journal. London (1978-19-19). 3-714. Sample containing about 38427 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FTT An Islay notebook. Sample containing about 37346 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FT1 British Medical Journal. British Medical Association. London (1986). Argus Specialist Publications. 8-789. Sample containing about 46226 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FT2 British Medical Journal. Oxford (1993). 197 Sample containing about 15672 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) FT8 What personal computer: the ultimate guide to choosing and using. British Medical Association. T (ed. K. London (1979-19-19). Oxford University Press. 9-513. British Medical Association. 5-646. Moorland Publishing Company. 9-140. Oxford University Press. Islay museums trust. EMAP Business & Computing. 3-574. Loveland. J Whitaker & sons. London (1976-19-19). Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 14080 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FTE Nucleic acids research. Sample containing about 42225 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FT3 British Medical Journal. Sample containing about 29578 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FTD Nucleic acids research. British Medical Association. Oxford University Press. Oxford (1993). Surrey (1993-04-22). 7-101. Oxford (1993). UK (1989). Sample containing about 11719 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) FTB Nucleic acids research. London (199319-19). Port Charlotte (1984). Sample containing about 54962 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) FT9 Wisden Cricket Monthly. BP (1993). London (1975-19-19). 1-852. J and Bowry. British Medical Association. Sample containing about 36910 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FTC Nucleic acids research.). Gerald Duckworth & Company Ltd. Sample containing about 18810 words from a periodical (domain: social science) FT7 Photography. London (1980-19-19). Sample containing about 40399 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) FT0 British Medical Journal. London (1977-19-19). Surrey (1992-1919). Sample containing about 35323 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) FTA Shield: the international magazine of the BP group. Wisden Cricket Magazines. Booth. Sample containing about 39533 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) . Kenneth. London (1981-19-19).12. Philpot. Reed Publishing Group. 8-453. Oxford University Press.)King. British Medical Association. C Gordon (ed.

Giles. ‘Gordon’. Harlow (1985). Arrow Books Ltd. Stoppard. female FUGPS000 Sample containing about 11093 words speech recorded in business context FUH Tutorial lesson: junior-level maths. London (1988). Sample containing about 11053 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FU6 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead. PS1UE 50+. Joan. Michael. Sample containing about 41796 words from a book (domain: social science) FU4 Pamela. male PS1UF 9. Sample containing about 3197 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) FUA Teaching English with video. PS1SN 75+. Sample containing about 8332 words from a book (domain: social science) FU8 Saigon. London (1988). male PS1U8 ‘Anthony’. Sample containing about 23941 words from a book (domain: imaginative) 12. Morgan. Fidelis and Havergal. Grant. 15-33. Virago Press Ltd. London (1985). course director. Cloake. Scriven. Sample containing about 42461 words from a book (domain: social science) FU2 Master of the moor. Aiken. Anthony. Grey. male PS1U5 ‘Mike’. London (1989). 7-106. 9-87. male PS1U6 . Ruth. 3-105. Killeen. UK (1989). 5-77. Sample containing about 44337 words from a book (domain: arts) FTX The deaf advance. Scottish Action on Dementia. training manager. 9-93. 1-94. student. Macmillan Press Ltd. Evans. 7-75. 1124. course director. Sample containing about 32722 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FTY Dementia: sharpening local plans: priorities for the 90’s. Muhamad. Manchester (1987). Sample containing about 53157 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FU9 Chaos. 1-123. female PS1U7 ‘Philip’. J H. Christine. male PS1UA ‘Jane’. male Sample containing about 7402 words speech recorded in public context FUG Management training course. Seren Books. tutor. Framework Press Ltd. Rowbotham. male Sample containing about 4506 words speech recorded in public context FUF Introduction to retirement: preretirement course. London (1983).). Virago Press Ltd. 1-122. ‘Kerry’. PS1U3 50+. Sample containing about 22686 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FU5 Cometary phases. Sample containing about 23609 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FU3 The modern history manual. male PS1U4 ‘Brain’. UK (1985). 9-128. ‘John’. Sample containing about 17533 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FUE Introduction to retirement: preretirement course. Margaret. Manchester University Press. UK (1990). Penguin Books. Sample containing about 34467 words from a book (domain: social science) FUB The kingdom under the sea and other stories. List of works excerpted FU7 Revolt in Roundhay [excerpt from Truth. Dare or Promise]. Durham (1990). UK (1987). Faber & Faber Ltd. 1-120. Sharpe.198 FTW Paul Nizan communist novelist. female . male PS1U9 ‘Thomas’. Brian. Pan Books Ltd. London (1987). Field Studies Council. The Pentland Press Ltd. Sue. Sheila. PS1SM 75+. M V. Sample containing about 34686 words from a book (domain: social science) FU0 Dog-whelks: an introduction to the biology of nucella. UK (1987). London (1986). Sample containing about 16844 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) FU1 Falling for love. Longman Group UK Ltd. Amber Lane Press. Allan. Crothers. M A and Holden. Jan (ed. Rendell. J A. Tom.

PS22S ‘Doctor’. male PS1UW 54. british rail employee. other participants are doctors patients. male 54. PS1VA 45. ‘Nola’. british rail employee. ‘Roger’. male Sample containing about 17918 words speech recorded in business context FUK British Rail team brief meeting. british rail employee. doctor. ‘Dave’. ‘Jim’. AB. PS1VC 55. male PS1UX 50. PS223 ‘David’. male 52. british rail employee. doctor. male PS1UT 50. ‘Dennis’. british rail employee. ‘Dave’. ‘Trevor’. retired fire prevention officer. male Sample containing about 9671 words speech recorded in leisure context FX6 Old Harlow W. ‘Norman’. PS1VD 65. ‘Dave’. male FX8PS000 Sample containing about 121 words speech recorded in public context . british rail employee. doctor. male 55. PS1US 45. male 48. male PS1UV 52. secretary. british rail employee. male 55. male PS1UY 55. male FX7PS000 FX7PS001 Sample containing about 2196 words speech recorded in business context FUP Angiogenesis as an indicator in bladder cancer: seminar presentation. male FUUPS000 Sample containing about 8040 words speech recorded in public context FX5 Radio Forth: radio broadcast. ‘Nola’. male PS1UU 48. retired trading standards officer. british rail employee. Sample containing about 6777 words speech recorded in leisure context FX7 General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. ‘Terry’. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 11759 words speech recorded in educational context FUJ British Rail team brief meeting. male 55. PS1V2 PS1V3 PS1V4 PS1V5 PS1V6 PS1V7 PS1V8 PS1V9 55. ‘Hugh’. doctor. british rail employee. british rail employee. female ‘Vera’. male 48. Other participants are radio listening phone ins. PS22T ‘Doctor’. PS224 PS225 PS226 PS227 ‘Margaret’. PS1VE 50. british rail employee. ‘Trevor’. ‘Norman’. british rail employee. ‘Terry’. male 50. male Sample containing about 280 words speech recorded in public context FX8 General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. female 199 Sample containing about 1459 words speech recorded in business context FUS Results of prostatectomy survey: seminar presentation. british rail employee. doctor. female ‘Mildred’. ‘Roger’. british rail employee. doctor. male 54. british rail employee. female ‘Gloria’. male Sample containing about 1393 words speech recorded in business context FUN Clinical evaluation of urology patients: seminar presentation. british rail employee. AB. male Sample containing about 1340 words speech recorded in business context FUT Presentation on consumer rights. ‘Trevor’. british rail employee. doctor. ‘Norman’. male 50. Meeting. british rail employee. ‘Hugh’. british rail employee. female Sample containing about 8557 words speech recorded in public context FUU Talk on fire prevention. ‘Dennis’. PS1VG 55. british rail employee. disc jockey..12. PS1UG PS1UH PS1UJ PS1UK PS1UL PS1UM PS1UN PS1UP PS1UR 55. ‘Jim’. male 45. male 50. british rail employee. ‘Roger’. british rail employee. ‘Jim’. british rail employee. Is the speaker. PS1VB 50. ‘Hugh’. male PS1V0 55. male I. male 45. male FX5PS000 FX5PS001 FX5PS002 FX5PS003 FX5PS004 FX5PS005 FX5PS006 FX5PS007 Sample containing about 19174 words speech recorded in business context FUL British Rail team brief meeting. male 50. male Sample containing about 2577 words speech recorded in business context FUR Response to treatment in bladder cancers: seminar presentation. british rail employee. female Sample containing about 15838 words speech recorded in business context FUM Bladder cancer check-up timing: seminar presentation. other participants are doctors patients.. ‘Jack’. male 52. ‘Terry’. british rail employee. PS1VF 60.

other participants are doctors patients. AB. AB. male FXHPS000 FXHPS001 Sample containing about 326 words speech recorded in public context FXB General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. PS235 ‘Doctor’. AB. civil servant. doctor. AB.200 FX9 General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. male 47. Sample containing about 1713 words speech recorded in leisure context FXR Orchestral society committee meeting. female 50. AB. male FXLPS000 FXLPS001 Sample containing about 750 words speech recorded in public context FXE General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. doctor. ‘John’. male FXGPS000 Sample containing about 726 words speech recorded in public context FXP Oral history project: interview. doctor. AB. PS231 ‘Doctor’. other participants are doctors patients. doctor. ‘John’. male . doctor. doctor. doctor. other participants are doctors patients. male FXKPS000 Sample containing about 609 words speech recorded in public context FXD General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. male FXDPS000 Sample containing about 106 words speech recorded in public context FXL General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. male FXEPS000 Sample containing about 356 words speech recorded in public context FXM General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. doctor. retired teacher. other participants are doctors patients. doctor. other participants are doctors patients. PS237 ‘Doctor’. PS22X ‘Doctor’. doctor. male Sample containing about 199 words speech recorded in public context FXH General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. other participants are doctors patients. teacher. PS23A PS23B PS23C PS23D 23. other participants are doctors patients. other participants are doctors patients. male FXNPS000 Sample containing about 192 words speech recorded in public context FXG General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. PS22U ‘Doctor’. male FXBPS000 Sample containing about 1264 words speech recorded in public context FXJ General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. doctor. ‘Greg’. other participants are doctors patients. male FXFPS000 Sample containing about 558 words speech recorded in public context FXN General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. ‘John’. male 49. AB. PS22W ‘Doctor’. other participants are doctors patients. doctor. AB. PS22Y ‘Doctor’. AB. PS22V ‘Doctor’. male FXMPS000 FXMPS001 FXMPS002 Sample containing about 109 words speech recorded in public context FXF General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. PS234 ‘Doctor’. AB. male FX9PS000 FX9PS001 12. PS236 ‘Doctor’. ‘Pauline’. doctor. other participants are doctors patients. PS233 ‘Doctor’. crofter. other participants are doctors patients. AB. male FXJPS000 Sample containing about 316 words speech recorded in public context FXC General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. List of works excerpted PS232 ‘Doctor’. male PS239 . PS230 ‘Doctor’. PS238 80+. doctor. AB. AB. male FXCPS000 Sample containing about 979 words speech recorded in public context FXK General practitioner’s surgery: medical consultation. other participants are doctors patients.

male Sample containing about 11004 words speech recorded in leisure context FY2 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. newsreader. PS23H PS23J PS23K PS23L PS23M PS23N PS23P PS23R PS23S weather forecaster. interviewer. male FY0PS000 201 Sample containing about 11035 words speech recorded in leisure context FXT Radio Trent: radio talk show. retired engineering toolmaker. male ‘Rob’. retired miner. care line worker. disc jockey. male Sample containing about 3728 words speech recorded in leisure context FY1 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. retired school master. male ‘Perry’. male Sample containing about 3864 words speech recorded in leisure context FY3 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. translator. retired miner. PS25J FY5PS000 Sample containing about 3045 words speech recorded in leisure context FXX Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. female PS25E 80. PS25A FXXPS000 FXXPS001 FXXPS002 FXXPS003 Sample containing about 17697 words speech recorded in leisure context FY6 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. valet. PS256 . ‘Julia’. australian diplomat. FXWPS000 FXWPS001 Sample containing about 7036 words speech recorded in leisure context FY5 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. council executive. PS25F FY2PS000 Sample containing about 16234 words speech recorded in leisure context FXU Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. PS25L FY7PS000 Sample containing about 7433 words speech recorded in leisure context FY0 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. PS258 . PS25M nun. male ‘Lisa’.12. male ‘Jenny’. chauffer. PS25G FY3PS000 Sample containing about 6185 words speech recorded in leisure context FXV Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. male PS257 79. female PS23G 58. male ‘Mick’. disc jockey. teacher. reporter. social worker PS25N interviewer Sample containing about 12703 words speech recorded in leisure context . PS25B FXYPS000 Sample containing about 8039 words speech recorded in leisure context FY7 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. PS25H FY4PS000 Sample containing about 5752 words speech recorded in leisure context FXW Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. male ‘Rob’. PS25K FY6PS000 Sample containing about 9349 words speech recorded in leisure context FXY Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. List of works excerpted PS23E 44. male PS259 79. PS25C Sample containing about 7564 words speech recorded in leisure context FY8 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. ‘Liz’. female PS23F 46. reporter. ‘Malcolm’. female ‘Phil’. female ‘Ken’. male Sample containing about 3140 words speech recorded in leisure context FY4 Nottingham Oral History Project: interview. PS25D 30.

‘John’. Martin. female Sample containing about 7434 words speech recorded in leisure context FYS Financial management for contractors. PS1NT 60+. retired. ‘Kate’. PS263 interviewer PS264 security guard. student. retired. 108-214. Sample containing about 36799 words from a book (domain: commerce) FYT After Gorbachev. female PS260 30. female Sample containing about 2984 words speech recorded in leisure context FYM Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: interview. teacher. PS261 interviewer PS262 security guard. Upson. PS265 84. retired box maker. ‘’chair”. male PS25T ‘Chris’. female Sample containing about 5738 words speech recorded in leisure context FYP Mothers’ Union general discussion. S. UK (1987). retired. male 12. ‘Ian’. 111-217. Cambridge (1992). retired box maker. Alan. PS25Y 80. ‘Ada’. Sample containing about 45646 words from a book (domain: imaginative) FYW After the asylums. female PS1NU 70+. 143-239. interviewer. ‘Jean’. male PS267 80. PS26A interviewer PS26B police sergeant. male Sample containing about 5775 words speech recorded in educational context FYA Tutorial. male PS25R 16. Political Activist.202 FY9 Tutorial: GCSE mathematics lesson. . student. PS25W 80. 9-165. PS26F interviewer PS26G pet shop owner Sample containing about 7419 words speech recorded in leisure context FYE Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: interview. male Sample containing about 7174 words speech recorded in leisure context FYH Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: talk. PS25P 50. ‘Jack’. male Sample containing about 7353 words speech recorded in leisure context FYG Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: business meeting. male Sample containing about 12019 words speech recorded in educational context FYB Methodist church meeting: oral history project interview. Cambridge University Press. Amis. PS25U FYBPS000 FYBPS001 FYBPS002 FYBPS003 FYBPS004 FYBPS005 FYBPS006 FYBPS007 Sample containing about 11508 words speech recorded in leisure context FYK Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: interview. Jonathan Cape. interviewer. E. interviewer. Murphy. male Sample containing about 5033 words speech recorded in leisure context FYL Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: interview. ‘Ada’. male PS26C police constable. male PS269 70. Sample containing about 41657 words from a book (domain: world affairs) FYV Time’s arrow. London (1991). PS26D interviewer PS26E building society manager Sample containing about 8978 words speech recorded in public context FYD Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: interview. London (1991). White. PS25S 50. teacher. BSP Professional Books. ‘Anne’. PS268 20. Faber & Faber Ltd. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 14311 words speech recorded in leisure context FYJ Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: talk. male PS266 . ‘John’. female PS1NV 30+. doctor. female PS25X 30. Ex. female FYPPS000 Sample containing about 5824 words speech recorded in leisure context FYF Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: business meeting.

78-179. P. London (1993). Cambridge (1985). Cherry. 77-179. Headline Book Publishing plc. Sample containing about 40844 words from a book (domain: social science) G0E Darkfall. Graham-Cameron Publishing. Sample containing about 41714 words from a book 203 (domain: imaginative) G08 Contemporary Britain: a geographical perspective. London (1993). Shaun. A G and Townsend. London (1993). 115-260. Sample containing about 39109 words from a book (domain: applied science) FYY The boat house. Hawking. Sample containing about 39941 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G04 Chung Kuo book 2: The broken wheel. Penguin Group. David. Maitland. Bantam (Corgi). Sample containing about 46081 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G0H The Fontana history of the environmental sciences. New English Library. Frayn. Bowler. Abacus. Picador. 1-110. A R. 133250. London (1993). London (1987). Stephen. Sample containing about 44136 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0F Sweet dreams. Sevenoaks. NEL. 163-322. Henry and et al. Sevenoaks (1993). Hugh.p. Alice T. u. Sample containing about 94394 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) G01 Captives. Hutson. Gallagher. Sample containing about 42787 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0C A cure for unemployment. Sample containing about 42236 words from . Stephen. New English Library. Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. Warner Books. Mort. Fontana Press. London (1976). 1-139. Gordon E. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc.12. Kent (1988). Sample containing about 43074 words from a book (domain: social science) G0A The Crow Road. London (1992). I. London (1993). John. Wingrove. Sample containing about 39979 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G07 The collector. Penguin Group. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Bragg. 199341. Champion. London (1989). 157-296. Sample containing about 41451 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G00 [Miscellaneous articles about desk-top publishing]. Sample containing about 43812 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G05 Cities and plans. Fowles. Sample containing about 12618 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) G0D Dangerous sexualities. 1-40. London (1992). Stephen W. Sample containing about 45447 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0G The earliest English kings. 127275. Faber & Faber Ltd. Sample containing about 44749 words from a book (domain: social science) G06 The clothes in the wardrobe. Sample containing about 43152 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0B Crystal rooms. Iain.. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 37285 words from a book (domain: social science) FYX Black holes and baby universes. 43-185. Sevenoaks (1992). Kinnaird. Gallagher. 248-378. Melvyn. Sevenoaks (1991). 35189. London (1992). 5-126. Sceptre (Hodder). Budget. D P. 5-136. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Michael. George E. Sample containing about 37036 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G09 The crooked scythe. Kent (1990). London (1989). Ellis. Stephen. Laws. Banks. Sample containing about 41687 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G03 Chimera. Evans. F. London (1990). New English Library. Kirby. Sample containing about 42995 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G02 Cathedral.

7-143. Sample containing about 43003 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G16 A nest of singing birds. London (199010). Goddard. National Materials Handling Centre. London (1990). Corgi Books. Warner Books. London (1993). Michael. 159-273. Gregory. R. Chatto & Windus Ltd. 13-69. Sample containing about 39867 words from a book (domain: social science) G0S Indigo.204 a book (domain: world affairs) G0J Fallen skies. Sample containing about 41583 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0N Hand in glove. Sample containing about 40845 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G13 The magus. Sample containing about 6234 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G12 Towards the end of the morning. Penguin Group. Sample containing about 43127 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0T Ceremony of innocence. Barnes. Shah. Wood. Sample containing about 43262 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0R The idea of higher education. Sample containing . London (1993). London (1969). Bantam Press. 72-175. 321-452. P. Sample containing about 41137 words from a book (do- 12. Lively. Alice T. Sample containing about 41636 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G14 Making of memory from molecules to mind. Gerald Duckworth & Company Ltd. Warner. Headline Book Publishing plc. HarperCollins. Open University Press. 167-277. London (1983). C (ed. Marina. Murphy. Headline Book Publishing plc. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Frayn. Sample containing about 36323 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G11 Making cocoa for Kingsley Amis. Sample containing about 68079 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) G0X Unexplained laughter. Fowles. List of works excerpted main: imaginative) G0W [National Congress on Languages in Education: miscellaneous documents]. Brumfit. London (1993). Sample containing about 41378 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0P Heathen. B. London (1988). 235-366. BPP Management Education Ltd. Penguin Group. Hutson. Sample containing about 46159 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0Y Passing on. K. 62-193. Peters. Ellis. E. Sample containing about 42858 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0K Fire prevention in high bay warehouses. Corgi Books. Penguin Group. 143-268. 369-481. Sample containing about 38643 words from a book (domain: social science) G0U Organisational analysis. London (1993). Sample containing about 43292 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G0M The holy thief. Steven. Sample containing about 43952 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G10 The lost prince. Milton Keynes (1990). J. S. P. 1-82. 58-178. Trevor. London (1985). Sample containing about 16066 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) G0L The Lucy ghosts. Carmichael. Cope. Pan Books Ltd. Faber & Faber Ltd. London (1986).). London (1992). Headline Book Publishing plc. Conran. Rose. Barnett. Ellis. National Congress on Languages in Education. London (1993). Sample containing about 39963 words from a book (domain: applied science) G15 A midsummer killing. Basingstoke (1991). 132-321. Sevenoaks (1991). S. Cranfield (1980). New English Library. Wendy. London (1993). Sample containing about 49079 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) G0V Lace. London (1992). Robert. Brighton (1988/1989). London (1992). 267-404. Eddy.

B. Hemel Hempstead (1992). 94-173. Elton. N. Picador. C. Oxford University Press. London (1993). Trevor. Sample containing about 50091 words from a book (domain: arts) G1R Soviet relations with Latin America. Ellis. Sample containing about 45474 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G1H Contemporary issues in public disorder. J. Penguin Group. Gunn. Cambridge University Press. Barnes. London (1992). List of works excerpted about 43042 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G17 The other side of heaven. Cox. M and Hale. 121-221. Doctor who books. London (1993). Chapman & Hall. B. London (1992). Sample containing about 45899 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1M Lucifer rising. London (1993). J and Lane. Coronet . London (1986). Fowler. Cambridge (1989). Wheatsheaf. Sample containing about 40338 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1V The man with night sweats. S T. D. T. R. P. Alexander. 5-108. W. 1-140. Sample containing about 42013 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1C Paying for welfare: The 1990s. Greenwood. Stonehouse. Mortimore. Sample containing about 44403 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1E Polar ecology. New Author Publications. J and Wilson. Corgi Books. Unwin Hyman Ltd. Sample containing about 41226 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1L Rebel angel. 105-238. Birch. E. London (1993). London (1992). Sample containing about 40611 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G1A Flaubert’s parrot. Sample containing about 40402 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) G1F Policy and practice in primary education. R. S. Glennerster. Miller. Sample containing about 7604 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1W Taped. Furlong. Sample containing about 40756 words from a book (domain: social science) G1D Pillars of gold. A and Page. USA (1989). Arrow Books Ltd. Sample containing about 41423 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1N Christine Brooke-Rose and contemporary fiction. London (1992). Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Sample containing about 35688 words from a book (domain: social science) G1K Red bride. Haymon.12. Penguin Group. Brake. C. Connolly. Cheltenham (1993). H. Harvester & Wheatsheaf. Alice T. Sample containing about 40663 words from a book (domain: social science) 205 G1J Public order and private lives. 181-280. London (1993). B. Orbit. London (1989). 97-240. Barnes. 111-248. Sample containing about 41700 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1U Sunday morning. Sample containing about 42456 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G19 Public administration in Britain today. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. James. Sample containing about 39838 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1T Stark. Warner Books. 77-204. 183-340. Nash. Waddington. 1-75. 162252. London (1992). A. D. London (1991). Sample containing about 36264 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G1S Strawberries and wine. Wood. Sample containing about 41731 words from a book (domain: social science) G1G Power in capitalist society. Oxford (1994). 62-197. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Sample containing about 40562 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1B A very particular murder. E. 49-159. Faber & Faber Ltd. 45-191. London (1985). Headline Book Publishing plc. London (1993).

Sample containing about 39021 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) G2K Which Mortgage. Sample containing about 25683 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) G2A [Collection of estate agents’ property details]. Redwood Publishing Company. Sample containing about . Specialist & Leisure Magazines Group. Sample containing about 41736 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G1Y A walk to the Western Isles. F. List of works excerpted 03). Sample containing about 9796 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G24 Brownie. N. London (1991-10). Institute of Credit Management. Delaney. South Bank Publishing group. Sample containing about 45510 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) G20 Reconstructing the welfare state. Institutute of Electrical Engineers (1990/1991). u.p. Sample containing about 27711 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) G29 Credit Management. London (1991-19-19)... London (1990-04). Girl Guides Association. HarperCollins. Sample containing about 6582 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) G2N [Birmingham City Council: official leaflets]. London (1991-12/1992-03). Sample containing about 19315 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) G2L The National Trust Magazine. London (1991-02). Sample containing about 32179 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) G2C Golf Monthly. London (1993).206 Books. Appleford. Sample containing about 12765 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) G2B Falcon Sailing. Sample containing about 29235 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G2D BBC Good Food. London (1991-12/1992-03). Harvester & Wheatsheaf. Sample containing about 25369 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G28 Credit Management. Sample containing about 32309 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G2E Harpers & Queen. Girl Guides Association. Sample containing about 21021 words from a periodical (domain: arts) G2M The National Waterways Museum. Girl Guides Association. Oxon (1991-10). u. London (1991-12/1992-03). Sample containing about 10561 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G26 Canada: Ontario the Unexpected. Sample containing about 16163 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) G2J Marxism Today. London (1991-19-19). National Waterways Museum. London (1993). Sample containing about 48916 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G2G [JFIT newsletters]. Girl Guides Association. Hemel Hempstead (1990). Johnson.p. u. The Brass Tacks Pub Company Ltd. London (1991-19-19). Sample containing about 21922 words from a periodical (domain: arts) G22 Brownie. London (1991-10). Artist’s & Illustrator’s Mag. Lincs (199219-19). The National Trust. Falcon Sailing (1990). Institute of Credit Management. Wigan (1990). Sample containing about 61542 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G2F Ideal Home. Lincs (1992- 12... Sample containing about 2029 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) G27 Canoeist. Stamford. The National Magazine Company Ltd. 66-187. Stamford. Sample containing about 8990 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G23 Brownie. Gloucester (1990). S T & R J Fisher. Sample containing about 10340 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G25 Brownie. Sample containing about 42766 words from a book (domain: social science) G21 The Artist’s and Illustrator’s Magazine. National Holidays.p. London (1991-12/1992-03).

Hawker Consumer Publications. Green. Hauxwell. Essex (1992-19-19). Essex (1991-10). EMAP Consumer Publications Ltd. James. Sample containing about 42791 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G3D How to combat alcoholism & addiction. Sample containing about 42439 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) G3B Peace and war: growing up in Fascist Italy. Kent (1985). Sphere Books Ltd. A R. Barry. . Promis Books Ltd. Penguin Group. u. Sample containing about 48198 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) 207 G34 Women’s Art. 126-245. Treasure Hunting Publications. Sample containing about 47052 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G38 Marketing Week January 17. Women artists slide library. IPC Magazines Ltd. Sample containing about 70724 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G2W Ski Survey. Robert. London (1990-19-19). Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. The National Magazine Company Ltd. London (1991-19-19). IPC Magazines Ltd. Sample containing about 34869 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G3A I believe in the Holy Spirit. London (1989-10). S. Sevenoaks. Sample containing about 15888 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) G39 Daughter of the Dales.. Sample containing about 28364 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G30 Treasure Hunting.p. London (1991-19-19). Brentwood. Sample containing about 31222 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G2Y Treasure Hunting.12. Sample containing about 31731 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G37 Yachting World. List of works excerpted 23151 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) G2P [Official leaflets]. Ski Club of Great Britain. London (1991-19-19). London (1979). London (1991-08). Sample containing about 41690 words from a book (domain: social science) G3E Death of an expert witness. Sample containing about 35654 words from a periodical (domain: social science) G2V She. Picador. Wildlife Publications Ltd. Brentwood. 6-125. London (1991). Sample containing about 41753 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G3C The Penguin history of Greece. Birmingham (199008). Centaur Communications. London (1991). Treasure Hunting Publications. London (1990 (revised)). London (1993-1919). UK (1988). u. Wanda. Sample containing about 33038 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G36 Woman.. Michael. Burn. Sample containing about 21252 words from a periodical (domain: arts) G35 Woman. London (199201-17). 1-119. P D. Townsend. Sample containing about 18810 words from a periodical (domain: social science) G32 Wave Magazine. Hannah and Cockcroft. Sample containing about 30381 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G31 The Birmingham Magazine. Sample containing about 27862 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) G2T Parents. 173-318. Sample containing about 11841 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) G2R [Vale of White Horse District Council: official leaflets].p. Newby. Birmingham University. 59-187. Wave Publishing. London (1991-19-19). Century Hutchinson. Sample containing about 3278 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) G2S Outdoor Action. Sample containing about 17842 words from a periodical (domain: arts) G33 BBC Wildlife. Lefever. IPC Magazines Ltd. London (1991-19-19). London (1991-02).

London (1989). UK (1988). female . GMS Enterprises. Ruth Prawer. ‘Charlie’. 8127. student.208 9-135. 1-66. female PS1VR 55. Sample containing about 40918 words from a book (domain: social science) G3R The Shah’s last ride. UK (1990). student. Sample containing about 15932 words from a book (domain: applied science) G3P The Oxford English programme. W Green & Sons Ltd. 1-77. female PS1VL 14. Sample containing about 42436 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G3T Weaving’s bankruptcy procedure. PS1VU 60. Seely. male PS1VJ 40. Oxford University Press. ‘Martin’. C A R and Roscoe. Monique. Sample containing about 24343 words from a book (domain: applied science) G3L Introduction to British politics. Victor Gollancz Ltd. Shawcross. 7-120. A W. Futura Publications Ltd. Sample containing about 42911 words from a book (domain: commerce) G3G The Fraxilly fracas. 63-234. PS1VS 50. John and Saunders. male Sample containing about 3907 words speech recorded in educational context G3W Music lesson: grade V music theory. Agazarian. UK (1986). Sample containing about 40938 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G3J Heat and dust. doctor. 3-113. Sample containing about 45501 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G3M The Licensing (Scotland) Act 1976. careers advisor. Sample containing about 40291 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G3H Weekly Hansard. A R. traidcraft worker. William. UK (1988). male PS1VV 50+. D P Publications Ltd. male PS1VT 20. Oxford University Computing Laboratory. London (1987). List of works excerpted Oxford (1990). Sample containing about 43542 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G3K Instrument flying & background to the instrument & IMC. retired. ‘Tom’. Herriot. ‘Moira’. female Sample containing about 7477 words speech recorded in educational context G42 Medical consultation. PS1VP 60. Frieze. ‘Lente’. John and et al. 1-133. HMSO. Sample containing about 43903 words from a book (domain: world affairs) G3S Vets might fly. tutor. Cambridge (1988). ‘Tom’. female PS1VN 14. PS1VM 50. UK (1989). Hoare. PS1VK 50. Allan. 12. tutor. Longman Law Tax & Finance. ‘Gill’. 1-154. PS1VH 40. male Sample containing about 3351 words speech recorded in educational context G3X Flower-arranging demonstration. Pan Books Ltd. student. ‘Gill’. 12109. John and et al. female Sample containing about 7341 words speech recorded in leisure context G3Y Careers guidance: seminar. Sample containing about 43542 words from a book (domain: social science) G3N The laws of Occam programming. traidcraft worker. London (1977). Polity Press. London (1989). 1-109. House of Commons Official. London (1989). ‘Anna’. Morden. retired. Dearlove. female G3UPS000 G3UPS001 G3UPS002 G3UPS003 G3UPS004 G3UPS005 G3UPS006 Sample containing about 12715 words speech recorded in business context G3V Music lesson: grade V music theory:. Sample containing about 21186 words from a book (domain: social science) G3U Justice and Peace Group meeting. Sample containing about 40157 words from a book (domain: imaginative) G3F Elements of marketing. Jhabvala. James. Pan Books Ltd. Steven A. House of Commons Official Report and Report. Hill. Peter. Douglas.

female Sample containing about 2443 words speech recorded in public context G4K Word-processing tutorial. PS1W3 60. PS21W ‘J. male PS1WH 60. doctor. male G4DPS000 209 Sample containing about 891 words speech recorded in public context G4E Medical consultation. doctor. interviewer. male PS1W6 30. secretary. male PS1W0 65. male PS1WT 45. ‘Jim’. Glasson’. interviewer. Hammond’. PS1WD 60. PS1WS 50. Hammond’. male PS1W4 20. male PS1WA 50. PS1WM 75+. doctor. PS1W5 60. Sample containing about 2683 words speech recorded in leisure context G4R Zeppelin raids. PS1WR 40. male Sample containing about 10311 words speech recorded in leisure context G4P Experiences of the leather trade: conversation with John Hooper. doctor. PS1VY 60. female PS21V ‘John’. course director. female Sample containing about 469 words speech recorded in public context G45 Medical consultation. female Sample containing about 27860 words speech recorded in public context G4J Pre-retirement course: presentation. male Sample containing about 7515 words speech recorded in public context G4H Pre-retirement course: presentation. male Sample containing about 5659 words speech recorded in public context G4G Pre-retirement course: presentation. male G4JPS000 Sample containing about 886 words speech recorded in public context G48 Medical consultation.12. male Sample containing about 9310 words speech recorded in educational context G4N Lockmaking in Willenhall: conversation with Dick Brown. PS1WF 60. male G4EPS000 Sample containing about 660 words speech recorded in public context G44 Medical consultation. PS1W1 60. PS21S ‘M. PS1WP 40. male PS1W8 60. financial advisor. senior fitness instructor. financial advisor. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 614 words speech recorded in public context G43 Medical consultation. ‘Isobel’. male Sample containing about 800 words speech recorded in public context G4C Medical consultation. ‘Agnes’. ‘Sue’. doctor. male Sample containing about 590 words speech recorded in public context G47 Medical consultation. lockmaker. PS1W7 60. doctor. PS1WB 60. leather trader. doctor. ‘John’. PS21U ‘J. female PS21X ‘Gilbert’. male G4NPS000 Sample containing about 926 words speech recorded in public context G4B Medical consultation. interviewer. female Sample containing about 499 words speech recorded in public context G4F Pre-retirement course: presentation. ‘John’. ‘John’. PS1WK 60. doctor. PS1W9 60. doctor. 1916: conversation with Gilbert Bromley. male PS21T ‘Dick’. male . male G4CPS000 Sample containing about 361 words speech recorded in public context G4D Medical consultation. doctor. ‘Sarah’. male PS1VX 18. ‘John’. male PS1WU 16. male PS1W2 60. lockmaker. doctor. female Sample containing about 1106 words speech recorded in public context G46 Medical consultation. leather trader. tutor. female Sample containing about 366 words speech recorded in public context G49 Medical consultation. PS1VW 60. doctor. ‘Cathy’. female Sample containing about 725 words speech recorded in public context G4A Medical consultation. student. leather trader. PS1WN 80+.

tutor. student. male PS222 ‘Ruth’. male PS275 patient G4YPS000 Sample containing about 460 words speech recorded in public context G59 Golf club events meeting. tutor. male PS27M patient Sample containing about 402 words speech recorded in public context G58 Medical consultation. PS278 doctor. List of works excerpted G51 Medical consultation. ‘Chris’. PS27E doctor. female 18. student. manager. female PS26X ‘Rebecca’. Glasson’. female ‘Kell’ Sample containing about 56 words speech recorded in public context G50 Medical consultation. female ‘Jayne’. male PS26W ‘Lindsay’. female G4WPS000 G4WPS001 Sample containing about 568 words speech recorded in public context G56 Medical consultation. male PS27B patient Sample containing about 252 words speech recorded in public context G53 Medical consultation. PS221 ‘M. male PS277 patient Sample containing about 116 words speech recorded in public context Sample containing about 7575 words speech recorded in leisure context . male PS27P patient Sample containing about 17119 words speech recorded in business context G4Y Medical consultation. PS26U ‘Dave’. PS274 doctor. manager. female PS220 ‘Bhagan’. female ‘Liz’. PS27G doctor. manager. ‘Marilyn’. Hammond’. student. female ‘Margaret’. PS27R PS27S PS27T PS27U PS27V PS27W PS27X PS27Y All participents unknown ‘May’. PS27J doctor. PS21Y ‘J. male PS27F patient Sample containing about 43 words speech recorded in public context G55 Medical consultation. PS27A doctor. female Sample containing about 245 words speech recorded in public context G52 Medical consultation. female Sample containing about 520 words speech recorded in public context G57 Medical consultation. male ‘Duncan’. male 18. male PS279 patient Sample containing about 5694 words speech recorded in leisure context G4T Co-operative movement: conversation with Ruth Jackson. female ‘Jim’. PS26L 50. female ‘Edith’. female ‘Cynthia’. PS27N doctor. manager. student. PS27C doctor. male PS27H patient Sample containing about 6846 words speech recorded in educational context G4W First-year undergraduate tutorial: linguistics. student. male PS26V ‘Scott’. PS26M PS26N PS26P PS26R 23.210 Sample containing about 7785 words speech recorded in leisure context G4S Life in Caldmore: conversation with Bhagan Singh. female 18. male ‘Agnes’. PS276 doctor. ‘Dave’. male PS27K patient Sample containing about 6308 words speech recorded in educational context G4X Careers meeting. male Sample containing about 233 words speech recorded in public context G54 Medical consultation. male PS27D patient Sample containing about 11152 words speech recorded in leisure context G4U Sewage . male ‘Sue’. female Sample containing about 7124 words speech recorded in leisure context G4V First-year undergraduate tutorial. manager. ‘Sally-ann’. sewage tmt expert. student. PS27L doctor. Childs’. interviewer. ‘J.Severn-Trent Water: talk. PS26Y PS270 PS271 PS272 PS273 ‘Allan’. interviewer. male 12.

male PS2B0 ‘Neil Derbyshire’. Doctor of participants 2. PS284 general practitioner G5DPS000 G5DPS001 G5DPS002 Sample containing about 906 words speech recorded in public context G5M Medical consultation. doctor. politician. female PS2BL 6. 4. ‘Jack’. PS2BN 35. female PS2B3 65. PS2BT 35. PS282 ‘A. Returning officer of meeting. female 60+. Ritchie’.12. female Sample containing about 517 words speech recorded in public context G5G Meeting: selection of candidate for election to European Parliament. male PS2BU 35+. general practitioner. Euro candidate presenting self for selection. PS2BE 35. PS2B5 PS2B6 PS2B7 PS2B8 PS2B9 PS2BA PS2BB PS2BC PS2BD ‘Matt’. housewife. male Sample containing about 1139 words speech recorded in public context G5R Medical consultation. PS288 general practitioner PS289 PS28A G5FPS000 Sample containing about 1210 words speech recorded in public context G5P Medical consultation. ‘Bill’. male PS2BP . Euro candidate presenting self for selection. PS2BJ 35. female Sample containing about 7564 words speech recorded in public context Sample containing about 1277 words speech recorded in public context G5T Medical consultation. ‘Elizabeth’. PS283 general practitioner G5CPS000 Sample containing about 11074 words speech recorded in public context G5L Medical consultation. male ‘Rita’. female PS2BV 14. male Sample containing about 1430 words speech recorded in public context G5S Medical consultation. female Sample containing about 4346 words speech recorded in leisure context G5C Medical consultation. male ‘Dennis’.. PS2BG 35. schoolchild. female Sample containing about 9802 words speech recorded in public context G5H Sermons. general practitioner. PS281 50. PS2B2 55. male PS2BS 66. PS285 general practitioner PS287 Sample containing about 1680 words speech recorded in public context G5N Medical consultation. male 211 G5J Market research interview. general practitioner. male PS2AY ‘Frank Harasikwa’. general practitioner. auctioneer. 3. male PS2B4 59. market researcher. female Sample containing about 602 words speech recorded in public context G5E Medical consultation. Latecomer to meeting. male PS2BM 3+. female ‘John’. female Sample containing about 9283 words speech recorded in leisure context G5B Rotary Club meeting: lecture. male ‘Alan’. male PS2BF Patient of participant 1. male PS2BH . male PS2BK 20+. PS2AW Chairperson of meeting. general practitioner. List of works excerpted G5A Auction rooms. male ‘Pat’. PS2BR 35. general practitioner. female ‘Janet’. male PS2AX ‘John Begg’. male Sample containing about 414 words speech recorded in public context G5D Medical consultation. male ‘Sarah’. PS2B1 minister. male Sample containing about 1667 words speech recorded in public context G5F Medical consultation. male G5BPS000 G5BPS001 G5BPS002 G5BPS003 G5BPS004 G5BPS005 G5BPS006 G5BPS007 Sample containing about 11164 words speech recorded in business context G5K Bible study group meeting. . politician. ‘James’.

. Sample containing about 33702 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT4 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. male PS2CD 30+. PS2CA 35. Oxford University Press. Oxford University Press. PS2C6 35. male PS2CJ 60+. retired lecturer in pharmacy. Oxford (1993). male Sample containing about 3187 words speech recorded in public context G5W Medical consultation. List of works excerpted PS2CK 60+. tutor. Sample containing about 35973 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT0 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. male PS2C7 . ‘Cathie’. general practitioner. general practitioner. Sample containing about 31920 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT3 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. retired shipbuilder. Oxford University Press. general practitioner. male Sample containing about 1719 words speech recorded in public context G5U Medical consultation. Interviewing other three participants. Not a very strong Merseyside accent. female PS2CF 30+. Oxford (1993). ‘Hugh’. Oxford University Press. Nicholls. Oxford University Press. Oxford (1993). female Sample containing about 1285 words speech recorded in public context G5V Medical consultation.).). ‘John’. Oxford (1993). female Sample containing about 3911 words speech recorded in educational context G62 Oral history project interview. female Sample containing about 532 words speech recorded in public context G60 Medical consultation. female Sample containing about 1267 words speech recorded in public context G5Y Medical consultation.). Interviewing participant 2. PS2BY 35. Sample containing about 31394 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT2 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. PS2CE 87. ‘Eric’. Born in Dalvaine. researcher. PS2C1 35. Sample containing about 33271 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT1 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. C S . female Sample containing about 190 words speech recorded in public context G61 Tutorial on differentiation. general practitioner. Sample containing about 44697 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GSY The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. male Sample containing about 1121 words speech recorded in public context G5X Medical consultation. PS2C4 35. male PS2C0 19. ‘Elizabeth’.). male PS2BX . Nicholls. housewife. Oxford University Press. male Sample containing about 14780 words speech recorded in leisure context G63 Oral history project interview. PS2CM 92. male Sample containing about 8142 words speech recorded in leisure context G64 Oral history project interview.). general practitioner.. C S (ed. Born in Girran. C S (ed. C S (ed. PS2C8 35. female PS2C3 . Nicholls. female PS2CL 60+. C S (ed. C S (ed.).. Nicholls. Nicholls. male 12. male PS2CN ‘Ann’. general practitioner. male PS2C5 .. ‘Paddy’. Interviewing other 2 participants. retired farmer and housewife. retired shipbuilder. Nicholls.. male Sample containing about 5801 words speech recorded in leisure context GSX The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. male PS2C9 . Nicholls.. PS2CH 40+. C S (ed. Oxford (1993). male PS2CB . male PS2C2 ‘Meryl’. PS2CC 49.212 PS2BW 35. Angus. Oxford (1993). general practitioner. male PS2CG 80+.

David. Nicholls. Craig. Sample containing about 32938 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT6 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons.12. Oxford (1993). Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 30481 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT9 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. Sample containing about 30982 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GTH The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. List of works excerpted (ed. Nicholls. Sample containing about 25623 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GTA The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. C S (ed. Oxford (1993). Oxford (1993). Oxford (1992). C S (ed. Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 34650 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GTG The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. Sample containing about 37179 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GTB The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. 82-226. Blackwell. Oxford (1993).).). 197305. Oxford (1993). Oxford University Press.). Oxford University Press. Oxford University Press.).). Nicholls. C S (ed.). Oxford University Press. Oxford University Press. Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 31143 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GTD The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. Sample containing about 35441 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT5 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. Sample containing about 43438 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GU5 Atmospheric pollution. P P. Nicholls.). C S (ed. C S 213 (ed. Nicholls. Elsom. Oxford University Press.).). C S (ed. Sample containing about 29423 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GTC The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. Nicholls.). Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 41129 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GTE The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. Nicholls. Basil Blackwell Ltd. London (1991). Oxford (1993). Oxford University Press. 88-205. Sample containing about 27189 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT8 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. C S (ed. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 42575 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) . Sample containing about 43620 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GU6 Administrative law. C S (ed.). Nicholls. Oxford (1993). Nicholls. C S (ed. Nicholls. Derek M. Nicholls. C S (ed. Oxford University Press. Nicholls. Sample containing about 43273 words from a book (domain: social science) GU7 The age of science. C S (ed. C S (ed. Oxford University Press.). Sweet & Maxwell Ltd. Oxford (1993). Oxford (1993). Sample containing about 36462 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GTF The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons.). Oxford University Press. Nicholls. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 35048 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GT7 The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons. Oxford University Press. Knight.). Oxford (1993). Oxford (1988). C S (ed. Oxford University Press.

67-150. H. Lee. Kittier. T. Sample containing about 40266 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUP Dead meat. Roberts. 1-57. Sample containing about 43324 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUL Taped. R F and Parslow. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 38686 words from a book (domain: leisure) GUB Curtains and blinds. Anne. Rosalie. Sebba. Sample containing about 43974 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUN Dead beat. London (1990). Basil Blackwell Ltd. 31-192. George Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd. 75-169. London (1993). Oxford (1985). 83-250. Open University Press. Cynthia. 50176. Sample containing about 40939 words from a book (domain: social science) GUS The picture of Dorian Gray: Oxford Bookworms edition. Barnes. Jill. HarrodEagles. Sample containing about 43041 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) GU9 Laura Ashley: a life by design.214 GU8 Animal behaviour: a concise introduction. Sample containing about 41102 words from a book (domain: applied science) GUA Birds of Britain and Europe. Ridley. Sample containing about 48151 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUF Cast in order of disappearance. Heinzel. 1-41. Taylor. Sevenoaks (1991). 89-207. Trevor. Oxford (1989). Ward Lock Ltd. Sample containing about 42935 words from a book (domain: commerce) GUD A clubbable woman. Nevile. 79194. Abraham. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 11227 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUT Dynasty 15: The reckoning. Warner Books. New English Library. Ash. Surrey (1993). Simon. London (1993). London (1993). 87-183. Tanith. Val. Sample containing about 38670 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUU Freelance death. 30-153. Golding. 201-327. Andrew. Barnes. Sevenoaks (1991). Virago Press Ltd. 7181. J. D and Booth. Fitter. 52175. Victor Gollancz Ltd. Mark. Milton Keynes (1987). Mills & Boon. London (1993). Sample containing about 41950 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUR Producing and reducing disaffection: curricula for all. London (1993). London (1987). List of works excerpted book (domain: arts) GUJ Cubism: a history and an analysis 1907-14. Oxford (1986). Cyril. Brett. London (1972). Grafton Books. Wingrove. Vicor Gollancz. London (1975). David. Sample containing about 42784 . McDermid. John. Gerald. Sample containing about 6642 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUM Dark dance. Blackwell Scientific Publications. Sample containing about 37185 words from a book (domain: arts) GUK Daughters of the house. Hill. Warner Books. Sample containing about 43820 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUE Calypso’s Island. Faber & Faber Ltd. 91-171. 168-335. HarperCollins. 1-95. Coulby. Victor Gollancz Ltd. New English Library. Tomkins. 6-70. Sample containing about 41823 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUH The concise Oxford history of music. Sample containing about 22691 words from a book (domain: leisure) GUC Corporate resource allocation. London (1988). Sample containing about 40310 words from a 12. Eileen. Sample containing about 46849 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUG Chung Kuo: The white mountain. Oxford (1991). Reginald. Richmond. London (1990). Michele. Trevor. London (1992). Coronet Books.

355-476. List of works excerpted words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUV Further education today: a critical review. Open University Press. Victor Gollancz Ltd. Lewis. Border. 88-184. 115-290. Chapmans Publishers Ltd. Lewis. Roberts. 6137. Sevenoaks. Rosemary. Grant-Adamson. London (1986). Oxford (1984). 42-126. Sweet & Maxwell Ltd. B W. London. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Booth-Moores. Sample containing about 6603 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GVA Language processing in children and adults. Oxford (1989). London (1991). Sample containing about 43423 words from a book (domain: social science) GUW Women in England 1870-1950. London (1993). Gerald A. Milton Keynes (1989). Harlow (1986). London (1991). Sample containing about 45041 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GV3 The piano. Border. Sample containing about 40415 words from a book (domain: social science) GVH The modern English legal system. Gunn. Max and Harris. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 43056 words from a book (domain: social science) GUX The lost father. Hemel Hempstead (1984). Sample containing about 6624 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GV5 Introduction to politics. Sample containing about 14319 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GV8 Love over gold. Blackwell. Watson. Sample containing about 36505 words from a book (domain: social science) GVF The martial arts. 9-135. Lesley. 221-342. 1-106. London (1989). 1-38. Oxford (1989). Sample containing about 41537 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GV6 Isvik. Sample containing about 20701 words from a book (domain: leisure) GV2 Guilty knowledge. Kent (1979). I F and Cantor. Ward Lock Ltd. Corgi Books. London (1986). 225-360. 133-259. Geoffrey. Harvester & Wheatsheaf. 215 Sample containing about 40950 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GV7 Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Oxford Bookworms edition. 1-39. S H. Andrew. Susannah. Trevor and Dainty. James. Peter. Sample containing about 45273 words from a book (domain: applied science) GV1 Garden pools. Warner. 1-74.12. London (1991). Jane. Oxford (1991). Stewart. D P Publications Ltd. Robert. David. Faber & Faber Ltd. Picador. Hammond. Gower. Mary. Coltheart. Gill. Sample containing about 33867 words from a book (domain: leisure) GVG Principles of modern company law. Rosemary. 85-189. 133-252. Longman Scientific & Technical. Barnes. Sweet & . Richardson. London (1992). 119-237. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Peter and Ponton. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. London (1992). Sparks. Innes. Sample containing about 41659 words from a book (domain: commerce) GV0 Geomorphology. London (1988). Oxford University Press. N J and Bailey. Cole. Sample containing about 38783 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GUY Management: theory and practice. Sample containing about 40602 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GVD Managing the modular course. Leonard M. Tiger Books International. 7-93. Sample containing about 42693 words from a book (domain: social science) GVB The last enchantment. Sample containing about 47336 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GV9 The love of a king. Sample containing about 42740 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GVC The Lazarus tree. Peter. waterfalls and fountains. Margaret. Marina. Oxford University Press.

27-158. Coronet Books. W J. London (1987). Gordon. London (1984). 109-218. 127-236. Sevenoaks (1990). 86-195. Burley. Pitman Publishing. Scott. Pendlebury. 6-90. London (1988). Sweet & Maxwell Ltd. Burn. Sample containing about 45231 words from a book (domain: social science) GVS Orchestral technique: a manual for students. Sample containing about 40131 words from a book (domain: imaginative) 12. Sample containing about 23970 words from a book (domain: arts) GVT The picturegoers. Sample containing about 41563 words from a book (domain: social science) GW2 Sign for the sacred. Sample containing about 39104 words from a book (domain: social science) GW0 Rain. Oxford (1986). 311-422. Lawton. Sample containing about 43996 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GVM New Yorkers. Mowat. 139262. Diane and Hutson. 132293. Sample containing about 43303 words from a book (domain: commerce) GVV Persia and the Greeks. Constantine. Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. 126-217. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Newman. Sample containing about 46186 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GW1 Rape and the legal process. Aidan. A T H. London (1993). Oxford (1991). 37-132. Smith. Sample containing about 41854 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GW3 Wycliffe and the scapegoat. . K J. Gregory. 7-147. Oxford (1982). Sample containing about 41207 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GVX Radical approaches to adult education: A Reader. London (1992).216 Maxwell Ltd. Sample containing about 41690 words from a book (domain: social science) GVJ Musical composition. Duckworth & Company Ltd. Storm. A R. Cambridge (1988). Jennifer. Gallagher. Lovett. Rowlands. 59-184. Sevenoaks (1990). Sevenoaks. London (1993). David. Alan and Rose. Sample containing about 40883 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GVL The night mayor. Cambridge University Press. New English Library. 49185. 65160. Roy. Oxford University Press. Brindle Smith. Allison. List of works excerpted GVU Public sector accounting. London (1987). Headline Book Publishing plc. Oxford University Press. Reginald. Penguin Group. Pitman Publishing. Oxford (1988). 112-238. Jacob. Temkin. Sample containing about 45137 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GW4 Sociology of postmodernism. London (1991). Maurice and Jones. Cheltenham (1987). Sample containing about 6447 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GVN Organisation and management in the public sector. Sample containing about 38610 words from a book (domain: arts) GVK The Soviet Union and the strategy of non-alignment in the Third World. Kim. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Lash. Corgi Books. London (1993). S. Oxford University Press. Betty. Oxford University Press. London (1993). Sample containing about 39431 words from a book (domain: commerce) GVP Over the edge. Tom. New English Library. Stephen. Lodge. Sample containing about 43343 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GVR Offences against public order. Sample containing about 27749 words from a book (domain: social science) GVY The railway station: a social history. Sweet & Maxwell Ltd. Sample containing about 37922 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GVW The nature of physical geography. 6-44. Kent (1985). Rowan.

Uden. 29-120. Sample containing about 7157 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GWE Waking nightmares. Hardy. Thomas and West. London (1989). Oxford University Press. London (1993). Faber & Faber Ltd. Oxford (1992). Oxford University Press. Suffolk (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 40486 words from a periodical (domain: social science) GWK Bookseller. u. 42-174. Smith. List of works excerpted London (1990). 1-54. Sample containing about 19839 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GWJ The British Journal of Social Work. Sample containing about 34886 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GW9 Trail of the octopus. 151-265. Goddard. Richard and Challis. West. 319-434. Tim. Corgi Books.. Oxford (1989). 1-119.. Oxford University Press. Victor Gollancz Ltd. Woodbridge. Oxford University Press. Burley. Clare. u.12. London (1993). 1-73. Sample containing about 42796 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GWH Wuthering Heights: Oxford Bookworms edition. Jones. Oxford (1989). Pergamon Press. Sample containing about 42289 words from a book (domain: social science) GW5 Skyjack! Oxford Bookworms edition. 1-87. Sample containing about 41456 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GWF The way to Babylon. Lester K. Sample containing about 40691 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GWC White death: Oxford Bookworms edition. 1-39. 65199.p. Woodbridge. 121221. Lesley. Michael. Oxford University Press. Kearney. Oxford University Press. Oxford (1989). J N.. Bates. Donald and Coleman. Sample containing about 6358 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GWB Wycliffe and the cycle of death. Clare. Oxford (199308). Uden. Tim. Sample containing about 21504 words from a book (domain: leisure) GWL Bookseller. London (1991). Paul. Sample containing about 217 42333 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GWG Wild justice. Sample containing about 9483 words from a book (domain: imaginative) GW6 The solar system. Sample containing about 41071 words from a book (domain: world affairs) GWA Voodoo Island. Sample containing about 13576 words of unpublished mis- . Hugman. Vicary. Oxford (1989). Antique Collectors Club. Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd. u. Grant. Barrie William. 155-254. David K. Sample containing about 28306 words from a periodical (domain: arts) GWN Statute Law Review. Grant-Adamson. David. Oxford University Press. Antique Collectors Club. Suffolk (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 43203 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) GW8 Tess of the d’Urbervilles: Oxford Bookworms edition. Vicary. Smith. Oxford (1993). Oxford (1993-05). W J. 1-40. Sample containing about 25069 words from a book (domain: leisure) GWM Early Music.p. Ramsey. Duckworth. Warner Books. Sample containing about 7243 words of material written to be spoken (domain: belief and thought) GX1 [Sermons]. 75195. David K. Sample containing about 32490 words from a periodical (domain: social science) GX0 [Miscellaneous prayers]. Oxford (1984). Grant. Sample containing about 14792 words of material written to be spoken (domain: belief and thought) GX2 Atomic Energy Authority times and annual review. London (1992). Oxford University Press. Campbell.p.

p. PS28P doctor PS28R Sample containing about 1592 words speech recorded in public context GY8 Medical consultation. AEA Technology. Sample containing about 6030 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) GY4 Neighbourhood Watch talk: crime prevention. u. Directorate Chart. Sample containing about 14078 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) GX8 [LASMO plc. Sample containing about 12093 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) GXJ [Collection of leaflets from Lothian Council].. female PS28F 50+. Sample containing about 5270 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) GX6 Pipeline. male PS28C 40+.p..p. female PS28D 65+. u. ‘Dave’. u. Sample containing about 22611 words from a periodical (domain: social science) GXB Where people matter. PS28B 37. Sample containing about 79904 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) GXK Notes for my nephews and nieces. Sample containing about 7352 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) GX7 Pipeline. Angela..p. unpublished. Robertson. ‘Paul’. Sample containing about 9101 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) GXF Chartered builder. Inst.. List of works excerpted GXH [Juniper Green village association minutes]. ‘Jan’.. ‘Selwyn’. male PS28E 40+. housewife. retired. u.. Sample containing about 14365 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) GX9 NewsLine – Royal Bank of Scotland. u. u. male GY4PS000 Sample containing about 13048 words speech recorded in public context GY5 Medical consultation. retired. u. PS28S doctor PS28T . u.. ‘Lyn’..p. female PS28G 65+. Sample containing about 10294 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) GXE National Library of Scotland – newsletter. The Royal Bank of Scotland.. male PS28J 70+. u.p. u.p. Annual Reports and Accounts 92].. u. housewife. Sample containing about 12141 words from a periodical (domain: social science) GXG [Campaign for the Preservation of Rural Wales: miscellaneous unpublished documents]. Didcot. police sergeant. Oxfordshire (1993-06). Comm. PS28K doctor PS28L Sample containing about 345 words speech recorded in public context GY6 Medical consultation. Sample containing about 7839 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) GXM [Personal letters and other ephemera]..p.p.218 cellanea (domain: applied science) GX3 Competitive edge. Ascot (1993-07)... female PS28H 60+.p. retired. Sample containing about 13863 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) GX4 [LASMO July 1992 – news releases]. PS28M doctor PS28N Sample containing about 1558 words speech recorded in public context GY7 Medical consultation. housewife.p. Sample containing about 2581 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) GX5 LASMO business profile 92. u. u. Sample containing about 99334 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) 12. Sample containing about 20283 words from a periodical (domain: social science) GXA NewsLine – Royal Bank of Scotland.p.p. Sample containing about 20146 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) GXL [Personal letters]. retired.

PS29U 72. female Sample containing about 1016 words speech recorded in public context GYC Medical consultation. male Sample containing about 695 words speech recorded in public context GYG Medical consultation. PS291 doctor PS292 Sample containing about 1459 words speech recorded in public context GYD Medical consultation. female Sample containing about 4502 words speech recorded in leisure context GYN Knitwear design and history: Women’s Institute meeting. PS28Y doctor PS290 Sample containing about 946 words speech recorded in leisure context GYM Oral history project: interview on housing. female Sample containing about 9324 words speech recorded in educational context GYR Chemistry tutorial: GCSE. ‘Lewis’. ‘Ian’. male PS29R 16. PS29P 50. tutor. PS2A0 76. ‘William’. knitwear designer and producer. PS293 doctor PS294 . female Sample containing about 503 words speech recorded in public context GYJ Medical consultation. PS28W doctor PS28X Sample containing about 6301 words speech recorded in leisure context GYL Oral history project: interview on housing. PS29H neighbourhood housing officer PS29J Sample containing about 363 words speech recorded in public context GYB Medical consultation. ‘John’. ‘William’. farmer. male PS29V . PS29S 50. male Sample containing about 1724 words speech recorded in public context GYE Medical consultation. unemployed. farmer. ‘Andrew’. male Sample containing about 13208 words speech recorded in educational context GYS Oral history project: interview. student. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 1450 words speech recorded in public context GY9 Medical consultation. PS28U doctor PS28V 219 GYK Oral history project: interview on housing. PS29F worker at law centre PS29G Sample containing about 1281 words speech recorded in public context GYA Medical consultation. PS29D doctor PS29E Sample containing about 232 words speech recorded in public context Sample containing about 4427 words speech recorded in leisure context GYU Oral history project: interview. tutor. male GYSPS000 Sample containing about 896 words speech recorded in public context GYH Medical consultation. ‘John’. ‘Laurie’. male PS29X . PS299 doctor PS29A . retired.12. male Sample containing about 972 words speech recorded in public context GYF Medical consultation. student. PS29N 50+. male . male PS29T 16. PS297 doctor PS298 . PS29B doctor PS29C Sample containing about 4568 words speech recorded in leisure context GYT Oral history project: interview. PS295 doctor PS296 Sample containing about 6174 words speech recorded in leisure context GYP Tutorial maths lesson: GCSE paper 3. PS29W 72. male PS29Y ‘Sarah’. male PS2A1 30+. PS29K ‘Leona’. female PS29L PS29M ‘Tiffany’.

male Sample containing about 3756 words speech recorded in leisure context H00 Oral history project: interview. male PS2A5 72. male PS2A3 ‘Ken’. 16-134. Sample containing about 43531 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H0E Atlas of management thinking. Sample containing about 35406 words from a periodical (domain: social science) H09 Across the low meadow. female PS2AV ‘Ken’. PS2AP . 29-190. UK (1989). Thesiger. Scotland: interview. PS2AB . PS2A4 ‘Malcolm’. London (1991-19-19). female PS2A9 carpet factory worker. Fontana Paperbacks. Sample containing about 39525 words from a book (domain: commerce) H0F The green behind the glass. female PS2AA ‘Ken’. male Sample containing about 716 words speech recorded in leisure context H03 Oral history project: interview. female PS2AU carpet factory worker. Bono. PS2AL . male Sample containing about 13586 words speech recorded in educational context GYY Oral history project: interview. Redwood Publishing Company. R G. female PS2AD ‘Ken’. Penguin Books. female PS2AN ‘Ken’. tutor. male Sample containing about 1001 words speech recorded in leisure context H01 Oral history project: interview.. Cicerone Press. UK (1989). Sample containing about 38931 words from a book (domain: world affairs) H0C Patrol. London (1991-19-19). 1-89. Church. ‘Swinton’. male Sample containing about 3365 words speech recorded in leisure context H06 BBC Good Food. 1-118. Wilfred. female PS2AR office worker in carpet factory. female PS2AS ‘Ken’. male PS2A7 student.220 Sample containing about 11701 words speech recorded in leisure context GYV Oral history project. PS2A2 ‘Bill’. Edward de. E S. J R L. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 808 words speech recorded in leisure context H05 Oral history project: interview. UK (1979). female PS2AG ‘Ken’. 1-200. D and Gowers. PS2AH . Holland. female PS2AK ‘Ken’. female PS2AM 40+. female PS2AC carpet factory worker. RG Bayly in assoc with The Self Pub Assoc. Eric G. female PS2AJ carpet factory worker. PS2AT . Sample containing about 36524 words from a book (domain: world affairs) H0A The life of my choice. male Sample containing about 3097 words speech recorded in leisure context H04 Oral history project: interview. carpet factory worker. PS2A6 50. EMAP Consumer Publications Ltd. male Sample containing about 12930 words speech recorded in leisure context GYX Maths tutorial. male Sample containing about 3060 words speech recorded in leisure context H02 Oral history project: interview. engineer. male Sample containing about 12196 words speech recorded in leisure context GYW Oral history project: interview. female PS2AF carpet factory worker. retired motor engineer. Christine Swift Bookshop. Anderson. F A Thorpe (Publishing) Ltd. ‘John’. Sample containing about 41764 words from a book (domain: imaginative) . UK (1980). Sample containing about 42176 words from a book (domain: commerce) H0D Death in the City. Sample containing about 34803 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) H07 Parents. PS2A8 . Lions Teen Tracks. male 12. UK (1986). PS2AE . London (1988). Sample containing about 40496 words from a book (domain: leisure) H0B Coniston copper. Geras. Bayly. London (1988). 1-201. Adele.

UK (1985). ‘Pat’. 9-140. Cambridge (1990). 55-203. 1116. Cambridge (1981). Wyatt. Sample containing about 43275 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H0N Nietzsche on tragedy. UK (1986). Burgess. PS1X7 45. Hildreth. Bristol (1991/1992). Sample containing about 28544 words from a book (domain: social science) H0K Alien wisdom: the limits of Hellenization. Cambridge (1981). ‘Mike’. Sample containing about 40984 words from a book (domain: world affairs) H0M Money. Arridge. british rail employee. London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 40320 words from a book (do- 221 main: natural sciences) H0Y A handbook of English Language Teaching terms and practice. UK (1989). Acsadi. female 50+. Martin. John. 25-43. London (1986). male PS1XB 45+. Amis. male 55+. London (1982). London (1985). Arnaldo. Leach. List of works excerpted H0H The initial destinations of 1984 information technology advanced course students. PS1X2 PS1X3 PS1X4 PS1X5 45. Edmund. audio transcriber. Fontana Press. Fitzgerald. J Whitaker & sons. british rail employee. UK (1984). University of Bristol. male 40+. Seaton. Science & Eng Research Council. female 45+. Sample containing about 41777 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) H0P Optimum conditions for childbearing. ‘Mike’. consultant. female 50+. Eunice and Anderson. Macmillan Press Ltd. Charles R (ed. 1-37. Sample containing about 26493 words from a periodical (domain: arts) H47 British Rail quality assurance seminar. Momigliano. Gordon. Sample containing about 33125 words from a book (domain: social science) H0R Offshore. ‘Peter’. 197. 113-116. british rail employee. ‘Trevor’. Cambridge University Press. male Sample containing about 11520 words speech recorded in business context H48 British Rail quality assurance seminar. ‘Norman’. Sample containing about 7027 words from a book (domain: social science) H0J Introduction to language learning: a handbook. Taylor & Francis. ‘David’. british rail employee. 91-202. J P. ‘Dennis’. female 45+. PS1XC PS1XD PS1XE PS1XF PS1XG PS1XH PS1XJ PS1XK PS1XL 50+. Silk. London (1988). Internat Planned Parenthood Federation. Fontana Paperbacks. Brian. male 35+. male PS1X9 55+. female . Lutterworth Press. Sample containing about 37762 words from a book (domain: social science) H10 Social anthropology. ‘Anne’. consultant. ‘Dennis’. 1-86. male ‘David’. british rail employee. Summer Institute of Linguistics. male 50+.12. male PS1XA 50+. M S and Stern. male PS1X6 50+. ‘Trevor’. Sample containing about 1305 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H45 Nonesuch. ‘Peter’. male 40+. London (1989). british rail employee. male Sample containing about 11253 words speech recorded in business context H49 Parish Council meeting. 1-104. Alan. ‘Clare’. ‘Lynn’. Gunilla. George T F. vii-202. Library Association Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 42735 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H0S The online catalogue: developments & directions. 1-92. Penguin Group. Sample containing about 15425 words from a book (domain: social science) H0U An introduction to polymer mechanics. male PS1X8 45+. Sample containing about 25513 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) H46 Bookseller. ‘Steve’. R G C. ‘Christine’. Penelope. Cambridge University Press.). Sample containing about 45114 words from a book (domain: social science) H13 Excerpt from My favourite stories of Lakeland. ‘Granville’. ‘Norman’. british rail employee. male 22.

male PS1Y3 70. PS1Y2 . male PS1YW ‘William’. male PS1YS . general practitioner. male PS207 . PS1YG 60. PS1YA 60. PS1YN 60. female Sample containing about 24 words speech recorded in public context H4M Medical consultations. member of parliament. male PS1YH . male PS201 . female Sample containing about 444 words speech recorded in public context H4L Medical consultations. female Sample containing about 1139 words speech recorded in public context H4J Medical consultations. hosiery worker. male PS1Y0 35. general practitioner. retired. PS1YV 60. male PS1YK child. male PS203 ‘Bob’. male Sample containing about 9805 words speech recorded in public context H4B Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: interview. ‘Jeff’. retired. trade union representative. female PS1Y6 . female PS1Y9 child. male Sample containing about 932 words speech recorded in public context H4G Medical consultations. male Sample containing about 16503 words speech recorded in leisure context H4D Medical consultations. female Sample containing about 504 words speech recorded in public context H4R Medical consultations. general practitioner. ‘Gwen’. female Sample containing about 188 words speech recorded in public context H4H Medical consultations. male PS1YD ‘Mary’. PS202 60. female Sample containing about 502 words speech recorded in public context H4N Medical consultations. PS1XR 35. PS206 60. male PS1YM . retired midwife. general practitioner. female Sample containing about 203 words speech recorded in public context H4S Medical consultations. male Sample containing about 884 words speech recorded in public context H4F Medical consultations. trade union officer. PS1YT 60. male PS1XU 28. retired. female Sample containing about 408 words speech recorded in public context H4U Medical consultations. male PS1YB ‘Mary’. general practitioner. general practitioner. general practitioner. general practitioner. male PS1Y8 . retired. PS1YX 60. male PS1XX 65+. PS1YR 60. female 12. PS1YL 60. male PS1YP ‘Alec’. general practitioner. male Sample containing about 466 words speech recorded in public context H4K Medical consultations. general practitioner. male . ‘ED’. male PS1Y4 70. general practitioner. ‘Steve’. male PS1YY ‘June’. PS1YE 60. List of works excerpted PS1YJ ‘Pete’. male PS1XT 56. ‘John’. general practitioner.222 Sample containing about 15770 words speech recorded in public context H4A Labour Club public meeting. general practitioner. PS200 60. female Sample containing about 439 words speech recorded in public context H4T Medical consultations. pensioners’ movement representative. female Sample containing about 12608 words speech recorded in leisure context H4C Nottinghamshire Oral History Project: interview. female Sample containing about 701 words speech recorded in public context H4E Medical consultations. female Sample containing about 271 words speech recorded in public context H4P Medical consultations. ‘Graham’. female PS1XY 43. male PS1XS 35. male PS1YU . general practitioner. ‘Alan’. PS1YC 60. male PS1XV 40. council worker. male PS1XW 65+. male PS205 ‘Suzanne’. health worker. PS1Y5 72. PS1Y7 60. ‘Ronald’. PS204 60. male PS1YF receptionist. general practitioner. ‘Ida’.

female Sample containing about 204 words speech recorded in public context Sample containing about 8398 words speech recorded in business context H5G Suffolk Sound Archive: interview. general practitioner. male PS20U ‘Carol’. female ‘Diane’. male ‘Sylvia’. male PS20K ‘Anne’.12. general practitioner. PS21B 30. careers advisor. female Sample containing about 50 words speech recorded in public context H59 Medical consultations. PS212 60. ‘Sue’. careers advisor. PS20X 60. female Sample containing about 943 words speech recorded in public context H50 Medical consultations. general practitioner. PS20V 60. male PS20W . female Sample containing about 724 words speech recorded in public context H5A Medical consultations. general practitioner. female Sample containing about 523 words speech recorded in public context H4W Medical consultations. male PS20S ‘Mary’. female Sample containing about 9451 words speech recorded in business context H5E Careers Service: meeting. general practitioner. male PS20D . careers advisor. male ‘Cath’. careers advisor. general practitioner. general practitioner. PS20A 60. female ‘Bill’. male 223 H56 Medical consultations. male PS219 . general practitioner. male Sample containing about 52 words speech recorded in public context H5C Medical consultations. male Sample containing about 473 words speech recorded in public context H5D Careers Service: meeting. PS20N 60. general practitioner. male PS211 receptionist. female Sample containing about 678 words speech recorded in public context H55 Medical consultations. general practitioner. PS210 60. PS21D PS21E PS21F PS21G PS21H PS21J ‘Sue’. female PS21A 1. general practitioner. general practitioner. male PS20P . male Sample containing about 1043 words speech recorded in public context H4X Medical consultations. male PS20Y ‘Steven’. careers advisor. female PS21C 40. general practitioner. male Sample containing about 89 words speech recorded in public context H53 Medical consultations. careers advisor. male Sample containing about 365 words speech recorded in public context H54 Medical consultations. careers advisor. general practitioner. male PS215 ‘William’. PS20G 60. PS20T 60. male PS209 ‘Robert’. . List of works excerpted Sample containing about 415 words speech recorded in public context H4V Medical consultations. male PS20M ‘Walter’. male Sample containing about 877 words speech recorded in public context H58 Medical consultations. PS20C 60. female Sample containing about 473 words speech recorded in public context H57 Medical consultations. male PS213 ‘Alison’. male PS20H . PS214 60. female Sample containing about 495 words speech recorded in public context H52 Medical consultations. male PS20B . PS216 60. PS20J 60. male PS20F ‘Mary’. general practitioner. PS218 60. PS208 60. female Sample containing about 1059 words speech recorded in public context H5B Medical consultations. female ‘Kevin’. male PS217 . ‘Daniel’. PS20R 60. general practitioner. male Sample containing about 562 words speech recorded in public context H51 Medical consultations. careers advisor. female Sample containing about 457 words speech recorded in public context H4Y Medical consultations. general practitioner. PS20L 60. ‘Keith’. PS20E 60.

male Sample containing about 336 words speech recorded in public context H61 Computer advice session. ‘Flora’. male Sample containing about 1150 words speech recorded in public context H5W Medical consultation. male PS2DG 60. general practitioner. Stephen W. female PS22F 77. PS2DC 60. List of works excerpted PS2D9 30. computer analyst. female Sample containing about 433 words speech recorded in public context H5N Medical consultation. Sample containing about 43319 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) H79 The deep-sea Ophiuroidea of the north Atlantic Ocean. male PS2DL 75. ‘David’. 35-167. male PS2CR 50+. female Sample containing about 14477 words speech recorded in leisure context H5J Suffolk Sound Archive: recording a message. ‘Cathy’. PS2DM 60. general practitioner. general practitioner. male Sample containing about 321 words speech recorded in public context H5U Medical consultation. PS2CT 60. male Sample containing about 13413 words speech recorded in business context H78 A brief history of time. male 20+. Gordon L J. ‘John’. male H5HPS000 Sample containing about 515 words speech recorded in public context H5T Medical consultation. male PS2DN 40. ‘Agnes’. Bantam Press. ‘Thomas’. male Sample containing about 393 words speech recorded in public context H5X Medical consultation. PS2DH 60. general practitioner. PS2D0 60. general practitioner. nurse. general practitioner. tutor. ‘George’. ‘Jim’. general practitioner. ‘Gary’. PS2DA 60. ‘John’. male Sample containing about 283 words speech recorded in public context H5Y Medical consultation. male PS2CU 60+. female PS2DE . male PS2DD . ‘George’. general practitioner. female PS2CS 24. PS2DK 60. Hawking. PS2D3 60. PS2D7 60. male PS2DB 60. general practitioner. ‘Katrina’. female PS2D2 50. Paterson. female Sample containing about 1773 words speech recorded in public context H5P Medical consultation. general practitioner. male PS2DJ . female Sample containing about 2959 words speech recorded in leisure context H5K Medical consultation. . retired. general practitioner. male Sample containing about 157 words speech recorded in public context H5S Medical consultation. ‘John’. male PS2D6 ‘Charlie’. male PS2D1 45. ‘Simon’. male 12. male PS2D8 5. female PS22D 77. retired. London (1988). ‘Cathy’. male Sample containing about 726 words speech recorded in public context H5V Medical consultation. PS2CP 60. PS2DF 60. male Sample containing about 788 words speech recorded in public context H5R Medical consultation. PS2D5 60. general practitioner. general practitioner. ‘Jonathan’. female 35. PS22E . female Sample containing about 16649 words speech recorded in leisure context H5H Suffolk Sound Archive: interview. male PS2D4 70. PS22R . PS2DS 50. PS2CV PS2CW PS2CX PS2CY 60. PS2DP 60. male Sample containing about 983 words speech recorded in public context H60 Medical consultation. general practitioner. female 50+.224 PS22C . male PS2DT 26. female Sample containing about 836 words speech recorded in public context H5L Medical consultation. male PS2DR 60+. female Sample containing about 600 words speech recorded in public context H5M Medical consultation. ‘Jean’.

Smith. Sample containing about 37924 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) H80 Get Carter. Brenda. 186-301. J C. List of works excerpted British Museum (Natural History). 3119. 1-106. R C. Gill.. 27-146. London (1987). Sample containing about 45440 words from a book (domain: world affairs) H7T Applied economics. Surrey (1993). 3-123. Lewis. Wendy. 165-341. Sample containing about 31630 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H7R Stepping motors: a guide to modern theory & practice. The Falmer Press. P P. UK (1982). Sample containing about 8210 words from a book (domain: world affairs) H7E Getting things done: Eva Burrows – A biography.12. Sample containing about 41147 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H81 A casebook on contract. Sample containing about 53275 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H7X The blind watchmaker. Peter Peregrins Ltd. Page. Nobes. Lindsay. Griffiths.). Mills & Boon. London (1989). Sample containing about 21101 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H7W Bay of rainbows. 11-106. East Sussex (1989). Sample containing about 42226 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H7K The nature of the stratigraphical record. London (1991). Fontana Press. Sample containing about 40180 words from a book (domain: applied science) 225 H7S The Mufti of Istanbul. Trevor. Sample containing about 45091 words from a book (domain: social science) H84 City of dreams. Sample containing about 36976 words from a book (domain: commerce) H82 The chymical wedding. 193-252. Jagger. Terry (ed. Oxford (1989). Longman Group UK Ltd. London (1989). Sample containing about 36301 words from a book (domain: commerce) H7C The election of the Constitutional Convention May 1975. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 39110 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) H7A The Children of Dynmouth. Blooms- . Ithaca Press. Anton. London (1992). Jonathan Cape. Dana. 23-114. Molly. Basingstoke (1984). James. The Arthur McDougall Fund. 91-189. Sample containing about 38260 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) H7F Walking on glass. William. UK (1988). Sample containing about 46693 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H83 Claims of feeling. Green. Dawkins. Sample containing about 44384 words from a book (domain: commerce) H7V The hound of the Baskervilles: Oxford Bookworms edition. Ross. 141220. Futura Publications Ltd. u. 115-227. James. Penguin Group. UK (1982). Richard. UK (1985). Derek V. Ager. Repp. Andre Deutsch Ltd. Acarnley. Richmond. UK (1988). Iain. Sweet & Maxwell Ltd. Knight. Harlow (1993). Banks. Clarke. UK (1986). Alan and Wall. Sample containing about 37526 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H7H Loving and giving. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Ted. Sample containing about 36781 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) H7P A song twice over. Penguin Books. Allison & Busby. 1-120. Patrick. 1-152. 7-17. Dobson. Stuart. Lewes. Marshall Morgan & Scott. A P. UK (1988).p. Malcolm. Keane. UK (1975). 5-138. Sample containing about 39500 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H7B Computers in personnel. Sample containing about 38648 words from a book (domain: commerce) H7U Sale of goods and consumer credit. London (1986). IMS. 1-89.

Sample containing about 54007 words from a book (domain: imaginative) 12. Headline (1991). Richmond. Mackinnon. Goddard. Mansell. Lyall. Nobes. K. 35-235. Heather and Statham. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. 160-254. Ted. Rees. Jane. Sample containing about 43823 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H88 Mathematics. teachers and children. Oxford University Press. Greenwood. 55-187. Patrick. Fontana Press.226 bury Publishing Ltd. William. 69-182. Kent (1982). Sample containing about 38866 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) H8L City of gold and shadows. London (1991). Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 6980 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8R Selected poems 1957-1981. Robert. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Mills & Boon. Sample containing about 43343 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H85 Coffin underground. I R. M S. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Russell. Sample containing about 43705 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H86 Conduct of Major Maxim. Hughes. Harlow (1990). Richmond. Surrey (1992). Cathy. 1-58. Hales. Sevenoaks. Surrey (1992). Richmond. Peters. Goodman. Kent (1991). List of works excerpted H8G Frankenstein: Oxford Bookworms edition. Anderson. Oxford University Press. London (1982). Kenyon. Sample containing about 26046 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8S Hunter’s harem. London (1989). Eleanor. Longman Group UK Ltd. 1-125. Gwendoline. Surrey (1992). 63-186. Sample containing about 55933 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8T Into the blue. Sample containing about 44598 words from a book (domain: social science) H8E Financial markets and institutions. West. Oxford (1992). Headline Book Publishing plc. Sevenoaks. Ellis. Sample containing about 10123 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8H A French encounter. Clare. P G A and Bain. Harlow (1987). Mills & Boon. Richmond. Howells. Sample containing about 36921 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8C Europe in the eighteenth century 17131783. Longman Group UK Ltd. London (1990). Joanna. Sample containing about 50210 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8K General relativity. Sample containing about 42700 words from a book (domain: leisure) H8B Clerical errors. London (1993). Oxford (1989). Dalrymple. David. 54215. Faber & Faber Ltd. 31-151. Liza. Gavin. Faber & Faber Ltd. Williams. James. Oxford (1990). Sample containing about 38971 words from a book (domain: world affairs) H8D The education fact file. Rogers. Surrey (1992). Sample containing about 32889 words from a book (domain: commerce) H8F Forgotten fire. Mills & Boon. 4-174. London (1993). 33-153. Sample containing about 43187 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8P Sherlock Holmes short stories: Oxford Bookworms edition. Butler. 1-38. Sample containing about 39997 words from a book (domain: social science) H89 City of djinns. Kent (1988). 44-169. Sample containing about 52484 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8J Gemini girl. D M. 1-185. Victor Gollancz Ltd. Pimm. Donald. HarperCollins. Cathcart. London (1989). . Sample containing about 40254 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8M Underground. Mills & Boon. Margaret. Sevenoaks. Sample containing about 47566 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8N Her living image.

21-118. Futura Publications Ltd. Ann and Robey. Sample containing about 2587 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9F Political sociology. 75-226. Oxford (1993). 119-225. Jennifer E. London (1991). London (1992). 63-198. Woodall. Aldershot (1992). Simon. 157-293. Pluto Press. Doherty. 5-150. Sara. Oxford University Press. London (1993). Sample containing about 44368 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H91 A treaty too far. 2-21. Harding. Fourth Estate. Surrey (1992). BT Batsford Ltd. Stephanie. Howard. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 49296 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H98 The Nightingale Gallery. Sample containing about 42131 words from a book (domain: social science) H9G Persephone. Escott. Michael. Barnard. Paul. London (1986). Sample containing about 45301 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9E Escape from Planet Zog. Joseph. Brett. Transworld Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 47412 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9D Posthumous papers. Sample containing about 43491 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H90 The grail murders. 173-309. Sample containing about 1820 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H94 Mask of deception. u. Sample containing about 41805 words from a book (domain: social science) H8V Modern literary theory. Corgi Books. Ashgate Publishing Ltd. Sample containing about 41804 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H97 Miracles can happen. London (1993). Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 46650 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8Y Little victims. Surrey (1993). Spicer. Sample containing about 45739 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H8U Interpreting the landscape. Paul. Headline Book Publishing plc. Rowley. Julia R. 12-109. Sample containing about 41970 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H93 The magician.. Sample containing about 58450 words 227 from a book (domain: imaginative) H95 Murder at the masque. Barnard. Sample containing about 14990 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) H8X Legacy of love. Mills & Boon. Jefferson. 56-200. 45170. London (1992). 117-260. Robert. Bloodaxe books ltd. Clynes. Sample containing about 32566 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) H9C The prince of darkness. Sample containing about 44692 words from a book (domain: imaginative) .12.p. Sample containing about 42541 words from a book (domain: world affairs) H92 Murder unprompted. 2-29. 36-171. Jenny. UK (1984). London (1990). 77-219. Headline Book Publishing plc. List of works excerpted Transworld Publishers Ltd. Wood. Caroline. London (1992). Harvey. Newcastle upon Tyne (1986). Oxford (1992). London (1992). Sample containing about 44510 words from a book (domain: arts) H8W [Access course essays]. Davies. Amy. Michael. Michael. London (1992). London (1993). Mills & Boon. 5-129. Headline Book Publishing plc. David. Myers. Richmond. Richmond. BT Batsford Ltd. John. Bottomore. London (1992). Corgi Books. Aston. Sample containing about 37095 words from a book (domain: applied science) H9A Oxford Economic Papers. Sample containing about 43746 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H99 Organizing knowledge. Oxford (1993-01). P C. Tom. Headline Book Publishing plc. Robert.

Demery. Emma. Stiglitz. Darcy. Oxford (1988). 1-94. Mo. Fountain. 77-223. London (1990). Jane. Sample containing about 56115 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9J Lectures on public economics. Richmond. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Blackwell Scientific Publications. C L F. Oxford University Press. London (1991). Maidenhead (1980). Sample containing about 43910 words from a book (domain: commerce) H9N The redundancy of courage. Maurice. London (1993). 50-174. Nigel. Sample containing about 39439 words from a book (domain: commerce) H9L Ransacked heart. Gerrards Cross (1983). Newcastle upon Tyne (1986). Frederick. Surrey (1991).228 H9H A private arrangement. Joseph E and Atkinson. N W. Tomlin. List of works excerpted H9U Ghost stories: Oxford Bookworms edition. Oxford (1989). Richmond. Mills & Boon. London (1990). Lilian. Sample containing about 21569 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9V A stranger’s trust. C F. Attfield. Rankin. Richmond. Sample containing about 46464 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HA4 An unsuitable attachment. Dunmore. Aldiss. Basil Blackwell Ltd. Headline Book Publishing plc. Sample containing about 39955 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9R Structural methods in inorganic chemistry. Cradock. D M. Sample containing about 44358 words from a book (domain: commerce) HA2 Unholy ghosts. Anthony B. Sample containing about 42909 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9X T S Eliot: a friendship. Rosemary. Sample containing about 55575 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9M Rational expectations in macroeconomics. Pratchett. Barbara. Bloodaxe books ltd. 79-229. Border. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. London (1988). 57-188. London (1993). Sample containing about 39136 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9P Sweet death come softly. D and Duck. London (1991). 1-142. McGraw-Hill Book Company. Brian. London (1988). London (1993). Sample containing about 47961 words from a book (domain: arts) HA0 A tupolev too far. Terry. 63-190. Headline Book Publishing plc. Oxford (1991). 7-141. 12-72. Helen. 315-408. David W H. Colin Smythe Ltd. 1-86. Sample containing about 40037 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) H9S Techniques in sedimentology. Maureen. E A V. Pan Macmillan Publishers. Timothy. Oxford (1991). Sample containing about 44584 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HA1 Underground: the London alternative press. Surrey (1993). HarperCollins. Roe. Headline Book Publishing plc. Sample containing about 42642 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) H9T The sea skater. Sample containing about 46154 words from a book (domain: imaginative) H9W The Lumsden baby. 13-154. Chatto & Windus Ltd. Stephen and Ebsworth. Sample containing about 37705 words from a book (domain: world affairs) H9Y Thank you for having me. Mills & Boon. Barbara. Whitehead. Sample containing about 8326 words from a book (domain: imaginative) 12. Sample containing about 43843 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HA3 The colour of magic. 200-316. Surrey (1993). Greenwood. Sample containing about 44445 words from a book (do- . Mills & Boon. Richmond. Bauling. Pym. Robson Books Ltd. Tucker. 35-159. Blackwell Scientific Publications. Lipman.

p.. Sample containing about 4181 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HAX Dounreay Newsletter. Jennifer (ed. Oxford (1990). Sample containing about 10957 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HAV Atomic Energy Authority Culham and Harwell News. Sample containing about 4165 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HAT The Gusher.p. Oxford University Press. Taylor. Sample containing about 1362 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HAP Wood News.p.. Wells. u. Neil. Kate. S. u. u. Sample containing about 1496 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HAN Scotch whisky. Sample containing about 43794 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HAK BAIE News for communicators in business. British Institute of Embalmers. Women artists slide library. Sample containing about 50291 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HA7 A warning of magic. Mills & Boon.12.p.. Sample containing about 12182 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HAC [Articles from Practical PC]. Surrey (1993). Townsend. Angela. Dorking 229 (1993 May-June).). Richmond. Sample containing about 8791 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HAL Scotch whisky. Sample containing about 20287 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HAJ [Law Society Publicity]. Sample containing about 3054 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HAW Winfrith Journal.p. Mills & Boon. Hardman Press. Sample containing about 72653 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) HAF The Sunday People. HHL Publishing group. u. Sample containing about 3463 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HAU Atomic Energy Authority Times.p. u. u.p. u.. Mills & Boon.p.. Sample containing about 2592 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HAY Atomic Energy Authority News for the Process Industries.p..p. Sample containing about 4334 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) . Richmond. u. Kingston. Surrey (1993). u. Surrey (1993). Sample containing about 197450 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HAD Women’s Art Magazine. Mills & Boon. The Atomic Energy Authority (1993-09). Sample containing about 56850 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HA9 Winter challenge. Sample containing about 1676 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HAM Don’t take our British spirit for granted. Surrey (1993). (1990). Sample containing about 55373 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HA6 The waters of Eden. London (1993-19-19)..p. Richmond.. Joanna.. Knebworth (1993-12).p.. List of works excerpted main: imaginative) HA5 Viking magic. Sample containing about 53623 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HAB The Embalmer. Sample containing about 8666 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HAR Wood News. Sample containing about 10403 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HAS John Wood Group Employee Report 1992. u. u. Richmond.. London (1992-11 / 93-02).. u.p. Kenneth O. Sample containing about 18705 words from a periodical (domain: arts) HAE The Sunday People. u. Morgan.

Sample containing about 29214 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HB5 [General Accident miscellaneous documents]. u.. Sample containing about 128 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) 12. u. u.p. Sample containing about 8603 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HBH Environmental Issues [Rentokil company newsletter]. Sample containing about 4670 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HB1 The story of Atomic Energy Authority Technology from national mission to international.p. Sample containing about 8438 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HBG [Rentokil publications]. Sample containing about 25428 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HB4 [General Accident miscellaneous documents]. u..... General Accident.p. Sample containing about 46343 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HBN [Scotvec (Scottish Vocational Education Council) advanced courses]. u... General Accident. Sample containing about 16193 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) HBJ Environmental Issues [Rentokil company newsletter].p..p. u. Rentokil. u. General Accident.p. Rentokil. u. British Petroleum plc. u.p. Sample containing about 3654 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HB2 BPXpress. Sample containing about 28905 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HB3 [General Accident miscellaneous documents – Claims]. Sample containing about 14899 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) HBK [Scottish Nuclear: miscellaneous documents].. List of works excerpted HBB [Waterford Wedgwood reports & accounts 1992]. Scottish Nuclear... u.. Sample containing about 9153 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HBE Newsline for the Wedgwood Group.p.p.p.. General Accident. Sample containing about 22335 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) HBM [Scotvec (Scottish Vocational Education Council) publications]. Sample containing about 27941 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HB6 [General Accident miscellaneous documents].p. u.. Sample containing about 29099 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) . Sample containing about 24693 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HBP [Educational certification: miscellaneous documents]. Scotland. Sample containing about 678 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HB8 The history of Wedgwood. u.230 HB0 Atomic Energy Authority Gazette.p. Sample containing about 1256 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HB9 [Wedgwood Group: environmental policy]. Sample containing about 13644 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HBD Newsline for the Wedgwood Group.p. Sample containing about 16062 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HB7 Wedgwood product range. u. Sample containing about 2016 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HBA [Wedgwood Group: miscellaneous documents: letter from Price Waterhouse]. Sample containing about 8303 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HBC Newsline for the Wedgwood Group.p. u.

Sample containing about 9666 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HCG University of Stirling annual report 1991-1992. Sample containing about 2502 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HBU UK actuarial profession 1992 annual review.. u.. u. Sample containing about 5984 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HCH Edit [alumni magazine]: Issue 1 January 1992. Sample containing about 6032 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HBT Becoming an actuary. Sample containing about 3590 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HCC Observations: an information exchange for teacher researchers..p..p. u. List of works excerpted HBR National Library of Scotland annual report 1990-1991. Sample containing about 3355 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HC7 Spotlights.p.. Manag. Sample containing about 2739 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HBW Institute of Actuaries Education Service: Tutors’ handbook 1990/91.p. u.. Manag. u.. u. National library of Scotland. u. u.p.. Sample containing about 217 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HC0 CA News.p. u.. Sample containing about 8873 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) HCJ Edit [alumni magazine] Issue 2.. u. Sample containing about 18816 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HC5 Royal Institute of British Architects annual report and accounts.p. u. u. Sample containing about 16918 words of mis- 231 cellanea (domain: social science) HC4 Hospitality.p.. Sample containing about 5530 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HCE SCRE Newsletter.12... u.. Hotel Catering & Inst. Sample containing about 1431 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HBY Institute of Actuaries: Proceedings. u..p. 3-29. u. Hotel Catering & Inst.p..p.. London (1993-19-19). . Sample containing about 3657 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HC9 Spotlights. Sample containing about 13318 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HBS National Library of Scotland.. Sample containing about 3312 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HBV UK actuarial profession 1991 annual review. Sample containing about 6996 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HCD Observations: an information exchange for teacher researchers. Sample containing about 1853 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HCA Spotlights.p.p. u. Sample containing about 3048 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HC8 Spotlights. Sample containing about 24149 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HC3 Hospitality. u..p.p. Sample containing about 4423 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HC1 CA News.p. u. Scotland (1993). u. London (1993-19-19). u.p. National Library of Scotland ([1991])..p. Sample containing about 11080 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HC6 Spotlights.p. u. Sample containing about 23913 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HC2 CA News. Sample containing about 2146 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HBX AES Tuition Noticeboard..p.p. Sample containing about 4417 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HCB Spotlights.. u.p..

Angela.).. 1-89. u.. Sample containing about 7641 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HCY IBOA Newssheet. Sample containing about 12518 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HD1 [Minutes: Juniper Green Village Association]. Sample containing about 5739 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HD0 [Minutes: Juniper Green Village Association]. Sample containing about 6319 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HCW IBOA Newssheet.p.. Sample containing about 4957 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HCP Welcome. u. u. Sample containing about 10800 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HD9 [Creative writing: verse]. Robertson.. Sample containing about 11134 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HD7 [Creative writing: prose]. Sample containing about 4254 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HCN Welcome.p.).p. Sample containing about 4575 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: com- 12. Sample containing about 7404 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) HCK Edit [alumni magazine] Issue 3.p.d. Sample containing about 5993 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HCS Saddle Mews Residents’ Association. (n. u..d.p.. u. Sample containing about 5829 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HCR Welcome.p. Edinburgh (1992/1993).d. Angela...p. pp3-8.p.p. u..p. Saddle Mews residents association. u. Historic Scotland.p. u. u. Sample containing about 3516 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HCT The Scottish Council: Development and industry.. Sample containing about 13349 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HD5 [Academic essay on communications theory and linguistics]. Sample containing about 7021 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HCV IBOA Newssheet.. u.. u. Sample containing about 7349 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) HCL [Employment service]. u. u. Sample containing about 5346 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HD4 [Personal letters]. u. 12-34.232 (n. Sample containing about 14967 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HCM The annual report and accounts of the Law Society May 1992-.p. Sample containing about 858 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) . Sample containing about 30962 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HD8 [English Literature Papers]. u. Sample containing about 56447 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HD3 [Personal letters]..p. Historic Scotland.. u. Sample containing about 5151 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HD6 [Creative writing by schoolgirls: prose and verse].p. Edinburgh (1992/1993). Sample containing about 8359 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HCU IBOA Newssheet. Edinburgh (1992/1993).p. Historic Scotland.p.. List of works excerpted merce) HCX IBOA Newssheet. Sample containing about 12065 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HD2 Lothian Regional Council. u. Robertson.p. 3-16. u. (n..p.. u.p.).

PS22N . male ‘Helen’. male PS22M 71.p. software consultant. trade unionist. trade unionist. trade unionist. male PS2EU ‘John’. female HDRPS000 Sample containing about 5383 words speech recorded in leisure context HDJ Suffolk Sound Archive: interview. trade unionist. software consultant. ‘Ivy’. PS2E4 PS2E5 PS2E6 PS2E7 PS2E8 PS2E9 PS2EA PS2EB PS2EC ‘Dick’. trade unionist. trade unionist. trade unionist. PS22L . retired catering manageress. retired transport administrator. ‘Ivy’. trade unionist. Sample containing about 17724 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HDC [Creative writing: prose]. trade unionist. male ‘John’. female PS22H 87. male ‘Les’. male PS2EV ‘ED’. trade unionist. PS22G . male PS2E1 ‘Peggy’. male PS2EX ‘John’.12. female Sample containing about 8856 words speech recorded in business context HDP Trade Union Annual Congress: trade union congress. female Sample containing about 8752 words speech recorded in business context HDS Trade Union Annual Congress: trade union congress. ‘Albert’. PS2ES trade unionist PS2ET ‘Frank’. ‘Kay’. female ‘Sammy’. PS1RN 45. trade unionist. PS22A ‘Joyce’. general secretary of trade union. male PS2E0 ‘Hughie’. trade unionist. female Sample containing about 8031 words speech recorded in leisure context HDK Suffolk Sound Archive: interview.p. male ‘Huw’. trade unionist. male ‘Phil’. male PS2DW ‘John’. male PS2EY ‘Maureen’. male PS22P retired. trade unionist. male ‘Charlie’. male Sample containing about 750 words speech recorded in business context HDT Trade Union Annual Congress: trade union congress. male ‘Ken’. male ‘Dave’. male PS2EW ‘John’. female PS22K 87.p. retired catering manageress. u.. lay pastoral assistant. trade unionist. trade unionist. trade unionist. president of trade union. Sample containing about 9557 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HDB [Children’s writing]. female . trade unionist. notary. male PS2DV ‘Jim’. president of trade union. trade unionist. PS2DU ‘Dick’. course administrator. male ‘Mary’. u. software consultant. male ‘Bernie’. male ‘Steve’. male Sample containing about 8030 words speech recorded in business context HDR Trade Union Annual Congress: trade union congress. ‘Jim’. PS2FS trade unionist Sample containing about 6286 words speech recorded in leisure context HDL Suffolk Sound Archive – Ipswich Transport Project: interview. male Sample containing about 6965 words speech recorded in public context HDE Enterprise Two Thousand: seminar. trade unionist. male ‘Dennis’. trade unionist. List of works excerpted HDA [School essays]. female PS2E2 ‘Eric’. male PS2E3 ‘Giles’. male 233 Sample containing about 11633 words speech recorded in leisure context HDN Trade Union Annual Congress: trade union congress. male ‘Charlie’. member of parliament. u. trade unionist. Sample containing about 35530 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HDD Confirmation meeting on the gift of the Holy Spirit: church meeting. PS22J . male ‘John’. male ‘Donald’. female PS22B retired. trade unionist. PS1TC PS1TD PS1TE PS1TH PS1TJ ‘Garry’. male ‘Bill’. male PS2DY ‘John’. male Sample containing about 11756 words speech recorded in leisure context HDM Suffolk Sound Archive: interview. female ‘ED’. software consultant. female PS1RP 49. deputy lord mayor. trade unionist. male PS2DX ‘Steve’... trade unionist. PS2FT PS2FU PS2FV PS2FW PS2FX PS2FY PS2G0 PS2G1 trade unionist ‘Alan’. male Sample containing about 6741 words speech recorded in business context HDH Suffolk Sound Archive oral history project: interview. trade unionist.

male PS2SM 40+. PS2JD trade unionist PS2JE ‘John’. tv presenter. tv presenter. male PS2SJ Probably an offender.. male PS2SF Offender being cautioned. Davidian. First language is Brazilian Portuguese. lecturer. . male PS2SA ‘Roberto’. lecturer. male PS2JH ‘Ron’. male PS2RG May well be an actor portraying a Davidian. PS2SL 30+. trade unionist. female Sample containing about 8332 words speech recorded in educational context HE0 King’s College London: lecture. PS2SC 30+. male PS2R9 ‘John’. Most of her speech is scripted. trade unionist. PS2MR ‘Graham’. male 12. economics expert. List of works excerpted PS2R8 ‘David Koresh’. careers advisor. male PS2SG ‘Michael Howard’. managing director. Almost all his speech is scripted. tv presenter. ‘John Kay’. This is almost certainly David Koresh speaking. trade unionist. female PS2SE police officer. The transcriber described him as ’Thug’. trade unionist. ‘Martin’. female PS2SP 30+. First language is probably Brazilian Portuguese. male PS2SK . trade unionist. trade unionist. female PS2RE . female PS2SD police officer?. ‘Julian Pettifer’. tv presenter. ‘Richard Branson’. male Sample containing about 8483 words speech recorded in business context HDW Longman Group UK Ltd Lotus 123 seminar.. female HDUPS000 HDUPS001 Sample containing about 13178 words speech recorded in business context HDV Longman Group UK Ltd Lotus 123 seminar. PS2R7 45. . airline specialist.. male Sample containing about 6234 words speech recorded in educational context HE1 London School of Economics: lecture on the psychoanalytic study of society. religious leader. First language is Brazilian Portuguese. male PS2S8 60+. male PS2SN 20+. virgin atlantic stewardess trainer. ‘Lente’. ‘Tessa Curtis’. male PS2RD ‘Bonnie’. PS2R6 45. male Sample containing about 4051 words speech recorded in leisure context HE5 Public Eye . PS2MS ‘Graham’. Cautioning offender. Report on Virginairlines. Most of her speech is scripted.the legacy of the Brazilian gold rush: documentary. female PS2SU 40+. ‘Rubens’. brazilian minister for the environment. female PS2SR virgin atlantic employee. male PS2SH . tv presenter. male PS2ST 20+. lecturer. trade unionist PS2JG ‘Bill’. male HE5PS000 Sample containing about 5133 words speech recorded in business context HDY Careers guidance interview. female PS2RB Davidian. student. PS2MP ‘Graham’. female Sample containing about 7472 words speech recorded in educational context HE2 London School of Economics: lecture. female PS2RF May well be an actor portraying a Davidian. managing director. male Sample containing about 6564 words speech recorded in business context HDX Longman Group UK Ltd Lotus 123 seminar. male PS2SS 40+. male PS2SV 30+. Announcong over PA. Davidian. male PS2JK ‘Denise’. male Sample containing about 4681 words speech recorded in leisure context HE6 The Money Programme: documentary. ‘Segal’. entrepreneur. male Sample containing about 7872 words speech recorded in educational context HE3 Panorama: the Branch Davidian sect: documentary.234 PS2G2 ‘Peter’. female PS2RC ‘Livingstone’. male PS2JJ ‘Mick’. managing director. PS2N0 30+. male Sample containing about 5880 words speech recorded in leisure context HE4 Assignment . male PS2JF ‘Mel’. male PS2RA ‘Janet’. ‘Tricia Lawton’. PS2S7 40+. male PS2S9 scientist. ‘Floya’. butthere’s an outside chance it’s an actor portraying him. ticket desk receptionist. .police cautioning: documentary. cabinet minister (conservative). virgin atlantic stewardess. PS2MW 50+. male PS2MX 20+. male Sample containing about 13646 words speech recorded in business context HDU Trade Union Annual Congress: trade union congress..

‘Naomi March’. male Sample containing about 6239 words speech recorded in leisure context HE8 Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA 335: interview for oral history project. female PS2UY radio presenter. ‘Sandy’. ‘Robert’. dairy farmer. ‘Walter’. male PS2U3 40+. male 235 Sample containing about 4824 words speech recorded in leisure context HEF Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/B: interviews. male PS2VD radio presenter. Interviewee. male PS2U2 40+. Interviewer. retired technician/inventor. PS2UX 70+. comedian/actor. Interviewee. Interviewee. ‘Ned’. male PS2TX 30+. female PS2V1 30+. PS2VH 60+. Interviewee. Interviewee. Interviewee. ‘Christopher Hird’. Organizer of ploughing match. historian. lifeboat crewmember. Interviewee. Interviewer. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 5936 words speech recorded in leisure context HE7 Panorama: documentary. ‘Jackie’.12. ‘Edith’. radio presenter. male Sample containing about 1733 words speech recorded in leisure context HEG Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/B: interview. ‘Jean’. male PS2UU 72. actress. Interviewer.. trade union leader. male PS2V9 ‘Billy’. Interviewer. male PS2U1 50+. Interviewer. . Interviewee. ‘Isa’. lifeboat mechanic. PS2VK 40+. male PS2TY 30+. ‘Agnes’. female PS2U5 30+. male Sample containing about 2589 words speech recorded in leisure context HEH Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/B: interview. male PS2V3 30+. tv presenter.. PS2TW 30+. ‘Davie’. ‘Rodney’. ‘Erlend’. bank representative. male PS2V5 radio presenter. female PS2VL radio presenter. information hacker / private investigator. Interviewer. legal expert. male PS2VB 60+. Interviewee. Interviewer. PS2UP historian. PS2US 20+. male PS2VF radio reporter. banking expert. female Sample containing about 690 words speech recorded in leisure context HEK Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/B: reminiscences. male Sample containing about 6116 words speech recorded in leisure context HEA Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA 55: interview for oral history project. ‘Marcus’. female Sample containing about 3368 words speech recorded in leisure context HEJ Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/B: interview. male Sample containing about 3013 words speech recorded in leisure context HEC Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/A: interview.. oil rig worker. Interviewee. lifeboat secretary. ‘David’. Interviewee. female PS2VE ‘William’. Interviewee.. Interviewee. male PS2VA ‘Angus’. male PS2V7 ‘Jack’.. Sample containing about 487 words speech recorded in leisure context HEL Gwynedd County Council tape 2: interview for oral history project. female PS2UR 80. retired farmer. male PS2U4 20+. male PS2VJ ‘Mike’. retired farmer. Interviewer. lifeboat crewmember. PS2V0 84. Interviewee. Interviewee. radio presenter. Interviewer. female PS2V6 ‘Tony’. Interviewer. Interviewer. retired surveyor. bbc interviewer. male Sample containing about 5854 words speech recorded in leisure context HE9 Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA 337: interview for oral history project. female Sample containing about 1996 words speech recorded in leisure context HEE Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/A: interview on ‘Sharing Time’ show. Interviewee. lifeboat doctor. female PS2UW 50+. male PS2V2 radio presenter. female PS2UT 75+. retired surveyor. ‘Kitty’. male Sample containing about 2747 words speech recorded in leisure context HED Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/A: interview. male PS2U0 50+. male PS2V8 ‘David’. Interviewee. Interviewee. historian. Interviewee. PS2V4 ‘Kieran’. lifeboat winchman. ‘Lenny Henry’. PS2UV 20+. PS2VM 70+. male PS2VG ‘Jim’. PS2VC 50+. lifeboat coxswain.

researcher. sports commentator. PS2W6 historian. PS2VT historian. Link man. male PS2WH -82+. male PS2W1 historian. Interviewer. male PS2W3 76. male PS2WF 30+. ‘Evan John’. male PS2VP 84. ‘Judy Laybourn’. Interviewer. Interviewee. ‘Tracy Barden’. reporter. male PS2WG 30+. weather forecaster. ‘John Williams’. sports reporter. male PS2WT 40+. retired seaman. football club secretary. female PS2WM 30+. male Sample containing about 7751 words speech recorded in leisure context HET Gwynedd County Council tape 13: interview for oral history project. male Sample containing about 9316 words speech recorded in leisure context HEP Oral history project: interview. male Sample containing about 8098 words speech recorded in leisure context Sample containing about 3576 words speech recorded in educational context . male PS2WP 30+. Football security story. male PS2W9 30+. retired teacher. ‘Bob Jones’. ‘Lesley Graham’. male Sample containing about 9996 words speech recorded in leisure context HEN Gwynedd County Council tape 5: interview for oral history project. male PS2WN 40+.. ‘Derek Thompson’. male PS2WS 50+. ‘Keith’. farmer. mechanical engineer. male PS2W5 93. ‘Andrew Fox’. male Sample containing about 7866 words speech recorded in leisure context HES Gwynedd County Council tape 12: interview for oral history project. male Sample containing about 414 words speech recorded in educational context HEY The Central Match . unemployed. ‘Keith Pearson’. Interviewer. Interviewee. male PS2VY historian. male Sample containing about 7763 words speech recorded in leisure context HEW Racing: the Morning Line: television broadcast. male PS2WB 40+. male PS2WJ 40+. ‘Harry’. PS2VV 87. PS2VR 67. ‘Tim’. PS2WL 40+. tv presenter/commentator. Interviewee. ‘Bob Hall’. tv presenter. Interviewer. male PS2W7 92. ‘Aled’. Football security story. Interviewee. tv presenter/commentator. ‘Peter Snape’. female PS2VW interviewer. newsreader. ‘Nellie’.. tv presenter. List of works excerpted HEV Gwynedd County Council tape 15: interview for oral history project. Interviewer. male PS2WK 40+. Interviewer. PS2WE 40+. Interviewer. Main presenter of the programme. Interviewee. ‘Richard (dick)’. member of parliament.. police chief superintendent. Football security story. PS2WC 30+. PS2W4 historian. football trust representative. PS2VX 79. undercover police officer... male Sample containing about 7192 words speech recorded in leisure context HEU Gwynedd County Council tape 14: interview for oral history project. Football security story. sports reporter. PS2W0 60+. Interviewer. retired district nurse. Interviewee. PS2W2 historian. male PS2WV 40+. police sergeant. PS2W8 40+. retired forestry worker. ‘Alastair Down’. ‘John’. female PS2WD 20+. male Sample containing about 4505 words speech recorded in leisure context HEM Gwynedd County Council tape 4: interview for oral history project. female 12. Interviewee. ‘Kenneth’. sports reporter. Football security story. female HEPPS000 HEPPS001 Sample containing about 4586 words speech recorded in educational context HEX Central News and Weather: television news broadcast.236 PS2VN historian. sports reporter.. Football security story. male Sample containing about 938 words speech recorded in educational context HF0 Central Lobby: television broadcast. ‘Phil’. female PS2WA 50+. ‘Dennis’. female Sample containing about 16600 words speech recorded in leisure context HER Gwynedd County Council tape 11: interview for oral history project. Interviewee. male PS2WR 40+. male PS2VU 30+. sports reporter. male PS2VS historian. Football security story.Goals Extra: Sports report broadcast. entrepreneur. Football security story. ‘John Oaksey’. tv presenter.. ‘Richard Faulkner’. male PS2WU 40+.

1-125. male Sample containing about 7865 words speech recorded in leisure context HF3 Gwynedd County Council tape 3: interview for oral history project. PS2Y3 65. Crystal. Story about hit and run. Begg. Surrey (1993). Patricia.p. reporter. Brian. Headline Book Publishing plc. male PS2XB ‘Jane Saggars’. Flamingo. female PS2X7 30+. police detective superintendent. male PS2Y4 30+. List of works excerpted HF1 Central News: television news broadcast. 31-163. Marshall. Interviewer. pensioner. Mills & Boon. Pargeter. Richmond. historian. female PS2XC ‘John Mitchell’. u. Maidenhead (1991). Aldiss. Mills & Boon. Virago Press Ltd. shopkeeper. Ellen. Story about attack on Asian family. [Unpublished PhD Thesis] (1993). Weldon. Fiona.. Story about murder of businessman. ‘Dave Johnson’. Stanley and Dornbusch. ‘Marie Ashby’. female PS2X8 ‘Mike Rowbottom’. Keenan. Kristy. Galford. McCallum. Sample containing about 47032 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGP Economics. Sample containing about 41166 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGG A bloody field by Shrewsbury. newsreader. Fay.. reporter. male Sample containing about 9682 words speech recorded in leisure context HGD A healing fire. Cooper. Richmond. Sample containing about 44675 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGT Garden of desire. New English Library. retired shopkeeper. PS2X4 30+. female PS2Y6 historian.. Story about Christmas lights. Sample containing about 78843 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGF I believe in angels. David. Albyn Leah. Serpent’s Tail. 98-245. McGraw-Hill Book Company. Richmond. Fischer. Wilson. London (1993).. Surrey (1993). Story about attack on Asian family. Surrey (1993). Martin. Mills & Boon. Sample containing about 50818 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGN The dyke & the dybbuk. Richmond. Interviewee. Wilson. Surrey (1993). Sample containing about 43795 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HGS Frankenstein unbound. Serpent’s Tail.. London (1989). Paula. Sample containing about 45986 words from a book (domain: imaginative) . Story about murder of businessman. Sample containing about 45806 words from a book (domain: commerce) HGR Large vocabulary syntactic analysis for text recognition [PhD Thesis]. Interviewee. Sample containing about 60715 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGL Deliria. Interviewer. Edith. newsreader. male 237 HGH In search of English: a traveller’s guide. Sample containing about 7420 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HGJ Darcy’s Utopia. Richmond. reporter. London (1991). Sevenoaks (1991). Rudiger. London (1993). Frank. London (1993). Hall. Crime victim in story about attack on Asian family.. Sample containing about 40843 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGM Driven by love. Patricia. miner. Treasurer of the Ffestiniog slate dispute.12. Mills & Boon. Laura. ‘Mike Morley’. David. male PS2X6 60+. male PS2XA police officer. Surrey (1993). Mills & Boon. Sample containing about 60801 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGE An American princess. PS2Y5 74. 1-128. ‘Dafydd’. male PS2X9 30+. Sample containing about 67546 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Sample containing about 3143 words speech recorded in educational context HF2 Gwynedd County Council tape 17: interview for oral history project. Sample containing about 42779 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGK Dark sunlight. male PS2X5 50+.

1-144. Dobson. A P. Emma. Levacic. Richmond. 57-181. Virago Press Ltd. 1-114. Richmond. Jennifer. Surrey (1993). London (1992). Sample containing about 52558 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HHB Wilder’s wilderness. London (1993). Richmond. Sample containing about 43440 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HHA Only two can share. Elizabeth. Sample containing about 27909 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HGY Love of my heart. Sara. Surrey (1993). Eroica. Serpent’s Tail. London (1993). Mills & Boon. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Craven. Nina. Sample containing about 87955 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HH2 Markets. Sweet & Maxwell Ltd. Consumers’ Association. et al and Lucas. Sample containing about 40942 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HHD Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Johnathan. London (1993). Miriam. u. Thomas. Jeremy and Frances. Lucas. Mills & Boon. London (1992). Richmond. London (1992). Keith.p. Richmond. Sample containing about 77874 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGW Home design. Sample containing about 61703 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HHC Wychwood. Mills & Boon.p. Surrey (1993). London (1989). Headline Book Publishing plc. Mills & Boon. Keith. David. 21-118. Mitchell. Bawden. Sevenoaks. Sample containing about 33908 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HGV Hidden flame. Lucas. Sample containing about 2576 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHE Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Keith. 8183. Sample containing about 44737 words from a book (domain: commerce) HH8 Tower of shadows. Macgregor. Sample containing about 42623 words from a book (domain: commerce) HH3 New Internationalist. Sample containing about 251456 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HH4 New latitudes. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Sample containing about 51646 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HH0 Lucker and Tiffany peel out. Sample containing about 42601 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HH1 My enemy. Murray. Gilliatt. Surrey (1993). Brown & Company. 1-123. Healy. E V. Michael. Sage Publications Ltd.. Sample containing about 4389 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHF Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Clynes. 895. Serpent’s Tail. Mary. Holloway. u. Annabel. Mills & Boon. Sample containing about 40463 words from a book (domain: arts) HH5 The poisoned chalice. Thompson. Sample containing about 49325 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HH9 Tortoise by candlelight. List of works excerpted plc. Little. Thompson. Surrey (1993). Bailey. Neale. 7-124. Keith. et al and Lucas. Kent (1992). Richmond. Sample containing about 42146 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HH6 The Which? book of plumbing and central heating. Richmond.. Mills & Boon. my love. Sample containing about 43414 words from a book (domain: applied science) HH7 Sale of goods and consumer credit. Sample containing about 38105 words from a book (domain: arts) HGX Microprocessor based measurement of plant growth. Julia. Byrne. Headline Book Publishing 12. London (1989). London (1993). Bishop’s . Rosalind. Surrey (1993). Mildmay. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990).238 HGU The Laughter of Heroes.

Sample containing about 59581 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HJ0 Rapid – ESRC grant abstracts. et al and Lucas. u. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Sample containing about 6675 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHN Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Sample containing about 410370 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HHY Rapid – ESRC grant abstracts. Keith. Sample containing about 4422 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHR Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Sample containing about 4883 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHH Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. et al and Lucas.. Keith. Sample containing about 6467 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHU Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Sample containing about 4874 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHJ Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. London (1992). Sample containing about 7055 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHP Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. u. London (1992). Sample containing about 199735 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HJ1 Rapid – ESRC grant abstracts.p..p.. et al and Lucas. Sample containing about 4214 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHK Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal.p. KPMG. et al and Lucas. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Keith.. et al and Lucas. et al and Lucas. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Sample containing about 200828 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HJ5 KPMG MAS engagement manual. et al and Lucas. Sample containing about 6939 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHT Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal.p. London (1992). Keith. u. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). u.12. Sample containing about 165406 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HJ4 The Belfast Telegraph. u. et al and Lucas. et al and Lucas. Keith. London (1993). et al and Lucas.p. et al and Lucas. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Sample containing about 4600 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHM Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. HMSO. HMSO. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Keith. HMSO. Sample containing about 292389 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HHX [Hansard extracts 1991-1992]. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Sample containing about 4456 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHL Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Keith. List of works excerpted castle railway society (1990). Sample containing about 194081 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HJ2 Rapid – ESRC grant abstracts.p. Sample containing about 5997 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHG Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Keith. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Sample containing about 4458 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) HHV [Hansard extracts 1991-1992]. Bishop’s castle railway society (1990). Keith. u.. Keith. Sample containing about 5631 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) 239 HHS Bishop’s Castle Railway Society Journal. Keith. et al and Lucas. Sample containing about 437508 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HHW [Hansard extracts 1991-1992].. Keith. Sample containing about 120652 words of un- . Sample containing about 43679 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HJ3 The Belfast Telegraph.

. Howard. Longman. Golf Monthly. 55-171. u. Sample containing about 32692 words from a periodical (domain: social science) HJ8 [Collected letters of the Scottish Sports Council]. Splendid isolation. Sample containing about 36162 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) 12. Napier University]. Sample containing about 764 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HJU RDS: Medical progress for man and animals. u. UK (1989-10). u. Wilson. u. Jane. London (1990).p. Sample containing about 261 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HJL [People’s Trust for Endangered Species]. 1-75.. Sample containing about 1039 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HJP [Publisher’s advertising brochure]. Sample containing about 295 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HJV Executive courses in business English. UK (1989). Sample containing about 1438 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) . Sample containing about 28916 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HJD [Unpublished creative writing]. u.240 published miscellanea (domain: commerce) HJ6 The red triangle [Alumni Newsletter. u.p.. u. Sample containing about 12721 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HJ9 [Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh: miscellaneous documents]. Sample containing about 5117 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HJ7 Journal of the Law Society of Scotland. Metrocrest Ltd.. Sample containing about 350 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HJS [Advertising leaflet for Nycomed].p. UK (1989-11). u..p.. u. Longman UK Ltd. u.d. Law Society’s Hall. 115-150.. Sample containing about 6341 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HJC [Unpublished creative writing : prose].p..). Faber & Faber Ltd.p. Sample containing about 344 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HJK Pampers and the environment (letter). A colour atlas of infectious diseases.p. u. Sample containing about 51696 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HJB [Edinburgh District Council: assorted press releases]. Royal Botanic garden. u. British Trust for Conservation. Edinburgh. Rogers. Scotland (1985.date marked).p. Sample containing about 24547 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) HJG Golf Monthly. (n.p.p. Sample containing about 46429 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HJJ Looking for an outdoor activity?. Sample containing about 17030 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HJN [Publisher’s advertising brochure]. Sample containing about 45196 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HJE Coarse Fisherman. Edinburgh (1975-04). Sample containing about 857 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HJR [Publisher’s advertising brochure].. Sample containing about 148 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HJT Research Defence Society. Napier University. List of works excerpted HJH Her living image. World-wide fund for nature. External Relations Unit.. Sample containing about 31562 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HJA [Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh: miscellaneous documents].p. Sample containing about 560 words of miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HJM WWF News.p..

u. 1 car park for Gatwick Airport]. Vevay.. Sample containing about 226 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKF Harlow Sport Centre – general information.. u. Sample containing about 466 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HK0 Information sources on courses of higher education.. Sample containing about 480 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKA [BCP – the no.p. Longman Group UK Ltd. u. u. Sample containing about 301 words of miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) HK7 Quality champagne specially selected for Tesco.p. Sample containing about 574 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HK2 What’s on – The Play House. Sample containing about 758 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HK1 Sources of information on postgraduate courses. Bidwells. Sample containing about 3816 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HJY It’s something you’ve always wanted to do. List of works excerpted HJW Learn the language in the country... u.. Sample containing about 1950 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HK9 Croxteth Hall & Country Park 1989. Sample containing about 863 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKG Harlow Sport Centre – squash. u.p. Tesco stores ltd. Sample containing about 561 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKH Bidwells – Trustees of the Hinxton Estate. Bidwells...p.p.. Sample containing about 81733 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HKR Keesings Contemporary Archives.p.p. u. Sample containing about 62 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) 241 HKD Vevay – Free this superb total colour make-up kit. British Car Parks. u.. Sample containing about 4218 words of miscellanea (domain: arts) HK3 Free to you. Sample containing about 832 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKN [Letter offering old document]. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 693 words of miscellanea (domain: arts) HK4 The Simon Community: Christianity at work. . Sample containing about 828 words of miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) HK5 Your parish church calendar 1992.. Sample containing about 170 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKP Keesings Contemporary Archives.p.p. British Gypsum. u. Sample containing about 251 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKL British Gypsum – Gyproc cove fixing instructions. u.. Sample containing about 468 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKE Young additions. Sample containing about 685 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HK8 [Tesco guide to low and no alcohol]. Sample containing about 808 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKC Freemans. Harlow (1990).. Harlow (1990). Sample containing about 891 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKM Rockwell – The better alternative to the flat roof. .p.p. Bidwells. u.. Sample containing about 108 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKK Bidwells – The Hinxton Estate.p. Freemans.p. Tesco stores ltd.. u. u. u.12..p. Sample containing about 79663 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HKS Keesings Contemporary Archives. Sample containing about 138 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure) HKJ Bidwells – Land adjoining 22 High Street.

Harlow (1990). Sample containing about 80415 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HKY Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 101940 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HKU Keesings Contemporary Archives. Harlow (1990). Harlow (1991). Harlow (1990). Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1991). Harlow (1990). Harlow (1991). Harlow (1991). Sample containing about 128070 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL8 Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1990). Harlow (1990). Harlow (1990). Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1991). Sample containing about 60789 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL9 Keesings Contemporary Archives. Sample containing about 97487 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL1 Keesings Contemporary Archives. Sample containing about 66338 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLA Keesings Contemporary Archives. Sample containing about 58728 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL7 Keesings Contemporary Archives. List of works excerpted affairs) HL3 Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 98110 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HKV Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 44006 words from a periodical (domain: world 12. Harlow (1990). Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow . Sample containing about 60314 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL4 Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1991). Sample containing about 42380 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HKX Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 79665 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL2 Keesings Contemporary Archives. Sample containing about 58931 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL6 Keesings Contemporary Archives. Sample containing about 58408 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLB Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1990). Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1991). Harlow (1991). Sample containing about 80887 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL0 Keesings Contemporary Archives. Harlow (1990). Sample containing about 102419 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HKW Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1991).242 Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 78200 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HKT Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 125944 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLC Keesings Contemporary Archives. Sample containing about 118145 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HL5 Keesings Contemporary Archives.

Harlow (1992). Harlow (1992). Harlow (1991). Harlow (1992). male Sample containing about 13058 words speech recorded in business context HLW Trade Union Annual Congress. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 62739 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLJ Keesings Contemporary Archives. trade unionist. Longman Group UK Ltd. trade unionist. male PS2KA ‘Cliff’. Longman Group UK Ltd. trade unionist. female PS2K9 ‘Mel’. PS2F7 PS2F8 PS2F9 PS2FA PS2FB PS2FC PS2FD PS2FE PS2FF ‘Dick’. female ‘Kathy’. male PS2K7 ‘Bill’. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 60670 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLL Keesings Contemporary Archives. male ‘Nick’. Sample containing about 128749 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLE Keesings Contemporary Archives. Harlow (1992). female ‘Kathy’. trade unionist. male PS2K6 ‘Bob’. Sample containing about 62262 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLD Keesings Contemporary Archives. Harlow (1991). Sample containing about 61075 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLF Keesings Contemporary Archives. male HLWPS000 HLWPS001 Sample containing about 11704 words speech recorded in business context HLX Trade Union Annual Congress. Longman Group UK Ltd. trade unionist. trade unionist. Longman Group UK Ltd. male ‘Sheila’. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 60735 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLM Keesings Contemporary Archives. trade unionist.12. Sample containing about 53438 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLP Keesings Contemporary Archives. PS2K5 ‘Dick’. male ‘Graham’. male ‘Adrian’. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. male ‘John’. trade unionist. Longman Group UK Ltd. trade unionist. Harlow (1992). female ‘Ethel’. female ‘Steve’. Sample containing about 54163 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLT Keesings Contemporary Archives. male PS2K8 ‘Avril’. trade unionist. Harlow (1992). president of trade union. List of works excerpted (1991). trade unionist. Sample containing about 61433 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLK Keesings Contemporary Archives. Harlow (1992). Harlow (1992). Harlow (1992). Sample containing about 63983 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLS Keesings Contemporary Archives. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. male ‘Frank’. Sample containing about 61932 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLG Keesings Contemporary Archives. president of trade union. Harlow (1992). Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 41744 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLU Trade Union Annual Congress. trade unionist. Sample containing about 63859 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLH Keesings Contemporary Archives. Harlow (1992). Longman Group UK Ltd. male ‘Dave’. trade unionist. trade unionist. trade unionist. Sample containing about 60429 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) 243 HLN Keesings Contemporary Archives. male . trade unionist. male PS2KB ‘John’. Harlow (1992). president of trade union. Sample containing about 60953 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HLR Keesings Contemporary Archives. PS2KL PS2KM PS2KN PS2KP ‘Dick’. trade unionist.

male ‘Len’. schoolchild. director. schoolchild. female ‘Humphrey’. female ‘Judy’. retired mines inspector. PS39M PS39N PS39P PS39R PS39S PS39T PS39U PS39V PS39W 30+. radio presenter. finance director. male PS36D ‘Elizabeth’. male PS2P9 ‘James’. PS3AF tv presenter. astrologer. male . female Sample containing about 15734 words speech recorded in leisure context HMD BBC Radio Nottingham: radio broadcast. trade unionist. male PS2NM ‘Pam’. male Sample containing about 4349 words speech recorded in leisure context HMH The Money Programme . miner. ‘Geoff Owen’. Giving clue for ’Kids’ County’ game. female 14+. male PS368 10+. male PS3AK business manager. PS2NL ‘Douglas’. male ‘David’. PS2KR ‘Dick’. managing director. PS2MT ‘Jean’. male ‘Alison Ford’.. director. male ‘Simon’. schoolchild. education and training development officer. male PS36C 10+.. male ‘Pam’. male PS2KX ‘Peter’.. reporter. female HM5PS000 HM5PS001 HM5PS002 HM5PS003 HM5PS004 HM5PS005 Sample containing about 12499 words speech recorded in leisure context HMG Public Eye: documentary. trade unionist. female Sample containing about 12143 words speech recorded in leisure context HM5 London Talkback Radio: radio broadcast.. trade unionist. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 3759 words speech recorded in business context HMA BBC Radio Nottingham: radio broadcast. male ‘Madeline’. radio presenter. reporter. male PS329 PS32A PS32B PS32C PS32D PS32E Sample containing about 13912 words speech recorded in business context HM2 Camera club meeting..244 Sample containing about 2425 words speech recorded in business context HLY Trade Union Annual Congress. female ‘Mick Cox’. Pre-recorded phone call. female PS32H ‘David’. female PS2MU ‘Mark’. radio presenter. president of trade union. director. radio presenter. Giving clue for ’Kids’ County’ game. female PS367 ‘John’. Voiceover at start of programme. schoolchild. male . female Sample containing about 6341 words speech recorded in business context HM7 Pearson interim results: meeting. male HLYPS000 12. radio presenter. male PS32F ‘Nigel Bell’. male PS2KV ‘Owen’. Giving clue for ’Kids’ County’ game. male . PS2P7 ‘Michael’. police detective superintendent. ‘Phil Parry’. male ‘Chris’. weather forecaster. female ‘Jonathan Clays’. male PS36B 10+. PS365 ‘Geoff’. male PS2P8 ‘Frank’. male Sample containing about 13523 words speech recorded in leisure context HM4 London Talkback Radio: radio broadcast. female mines rescue worker. sports presenter. Action Line presenter. schoolchild. Giving clue for ’Kids’ COunty’ game. newsreader. PS2P1 PS2P2 PS2P3 PS2P4 ‘Michael’. male reporter. trade unionist. male PS2MV ‘George’. male PS3AG investor in business. male PS2KY ‘Hywel’. male Sample containing about 6896 words speech recorded in leisure context HM6 Pearson: annual general meeting and extraordinary general meeting. male PS3AL business expert.part 1: documentary. male PS2KW ‘Les’. Kids’ County game caller. trade unionist. male mines inspector. PS2N3 PS2N4 PS2N5 PS2N6 PS2N7 PS2N8 PS2N9 PS2NA PS2NB ‘Douglas’. male PS3AJ actor. Giving clue for ’Kids’ County’ game. male PS2KT ‘Derek’. male PS366 Caller on ’Loot for Lunchtime’ programme. sports presenter. male ‘Bob’. male . writer. male PS3AH tv presenter. male PS2KS ‘Neil’. tv presenter. male PS36A 10+. trade unionist. radio presenter. trade unionist. female ‘Dave’.. male PS369 10+. male PS2KU ‘Len’.. male Miner’s widow. male ‘John’. male ‘David’. male PS32G ‘Louise’. male ‘Frances’.

Sample containing about 5413 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNS The kiosk on the brink. Sevenoaks. Jamie. Griffiths. Oxford University Press. male Sample containing about 3601 words speech recorded in leisure context HMJ The Money Programme . Derek. Interviewee. male PS3AW i c i representative. PS3BN ‘Jonathan Cowap’. male Sample containing about 18640 words speech recorded in leisure context Sample containing about 9029 words speech recorded in leisure context HNJ Finishing touch. McGraw-Hill Book Company. radio presenter. Fleur. sports commentator. ‘Jimmy Greaves. Might be speaker. 1-48. general motors. PS3AR tv presenter. Stephen. male PS3BG ‘Theo Foley’. List of works excerpted PS3AM ‘Ron’. Robinson. McKendrick. Adcock. Sample containing about 40507 words from a book (domain: commerce) HNM Financial investments. female PS3BS ‘Mr Mcmillan Scott’. sports commentator. sports commentator. PS3B8 40+. sports commentator. Rowlands. Headline Book Publishing plc. male PS3BD ‘Brian Little’. ‘Tony Francis. ’ton”. male PS3B2 . female PS3BR radio presenter. male PS3BC ‘Alan Parry’. football manager. London (1993). Phone-in caller. radio presenter. ’greavesey”. PS3B6 60+. male PS3AU ‘Keith’. David. male Sample containing about 557 words speech recorded in leisure context HML Gwynedd County Council tape 16: interview for oral history project. male PS3BF ‘John Helm’. 1-150. ‘Ron Atkinson’. ‘Frank Clark’. Julian. Phone-in caller. county planning officer. male PS3BP ‘Judy’. male PS3BV ‘Jason Cullen’. male PS3BW ‘Terry’. male PS3BU ‘Peter’.12.Live: television sports broadcast. A A Roadwatch report. tv presenter/sports commentator. PS3B4 72. Oxford University Press. Blake. male PS3BX ‘Stewart’. male PS3AY mercedes representative. Phone-in caller. lawyer. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. ‘Robert’. male HMHPS000 245 HMP Jonathan Cowap Morning Show: radio broadcast. McGraw-Hill Book Company. male Sample containing about 7140 words speech recorded in leisure context HMN The Central Match . Romer. 82-202. male Sample containing about 1875 words speech recorded in leisure context HMK The Money Programme . 300-400. Betty. company director. Harvill. ‘Elizabeth’. departmental head. euro member of parliament. female PS3AS ‘Paul’. male PS3BA 50+. male PS3BE 40+. tv presenter/sports commentator. Speaks with a stutter. male PS3AN business investor. PS3B1 tv presenter. Oxford (1993). male PS3AX lawyer. 18-53. male PS3BT ‘John Reynoldson’. male PS3B3 bell atlantic representative. retired miner..part 3: documentary. Sample containing about 39093 words from a book (domain: commerce) HNN A good clean fight. minerals planning consultant. male Sample containing about 8887 words speech recorded in leisure context HMM Gwynedd County Council tape 19: interview for oral history project. Oxford University Press. male PS3AV lawyer. Critchley. football manager. Sample containing about 42579 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNL Financial market analysis. male PS3B9 ‘Gary Newbon’. Kent (1991). male PS3BB 50+. Howard. Ox- . Sample containing about 38526 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNP Idols. female PS3B5 historian. Oxford (1986). Maidenhead (1990). Sample containing about 5937 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNR The incident book. tv presenter/sports commentator. Sample containing about 43020 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNK The floating voter. Interviewer. London (1993).part 2: documentary. Maidenhead (1990). male PS3B7 historian. male PS3AT lawyer. football manager.

Manchester (1992 March . Sample containing about 10157 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HPC BNFL News. Smith. Oxford University Press. Malcolm. Stephen. Macdonald.. Sample containing about 7982 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HP2 War and social change: British society in the Second World War. Sample containing about 39926 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HP0 The rich are with you always. Romer. Oxford (1983).p.. Reid. Oxford (1993-06). France and Godwin. 1-46. u. Basil Blackwell Ltd. Sample containing about 46926 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HP1 Time-zones. Sample containing about 10705 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HPB BNFL News. Oxford (1991). Harold L.p. Sample containing about 26800 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HPE WISE: Women into Science & Engi- . u. 1-49.May). Fleur. London (1992). Sample containing about 9413 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HPD Scotvec reports. Wimpey. 3-31.May). Manchester (1992 March . u. Oxford (1990). Oxford University Press. S A. British Nuclear Fuels plc. Adcock. Warner Futura.. 9-62. u. Sample containing about 5346 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNT Pea soup. Bergen. Gillian. 27-208.p. u. Linscott. The Falmer Press.. 11-52. Sample containing about 27005 words from a periodical (domain: social science) HP4 [Wimpey newsletter]. Sample containing about 41125 words from a book (domain: social science) HNX The sirocco room. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 6554 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNY Sister beneath the sheet. Sample containing about 34668 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HP5 [BP annual report]. Scottish Amicable. Oxford (1991). 187-304. Manchester University Press. Sample containing about 12675 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HP8 Assay – magazine of the Johnson Matthey Group. Sample containing about 44441 words from a book (domain: commerce) HNW Studies in school self-evaluation. Sample containing about 45904 words from a book 12. Oxford University Press. Nuttall.). Sample containing about 11524 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HP6 [Scottish Amicable newsletter]. British Nuclear Fuels plc. Jamie. East Sussex (1987). Davies. Sample containing about 25420 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HP7 [Johnson Matthey Annual Report 1993]. Coronet Books. Christopher. Sample containing about 3269 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HPA BNFL News.246 ford (1993). British Nuclear Fuels plc. Paul (ed. London (1978). Reteif. Manchester (1992 March . Oxford University Press. P S and McCormick. Oxford (1992). Sample containing about 15539 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HP9 P&O Services. 65-184. Manchester (1986).p. Clift. Lewes.. D L. McKendrick. R. 8-78. Sample containing about 5949 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNU Plato’s ladder.p.May). Sample containing about 7510 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HNV R&D management: managing projects & new products. Ian D. List of works excerpted (domain: social science) HP3 Industrial Law Journal.

u. John. Harlow (1992). u. 72-184. Janet. Sample containing about 19411 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HPM Subjective risk and memory for driving situations [Unpublished PhD thesis]. Sample containing about 45510 words from a book (domain: social science) HPY The meaning of syntax: a study in the adjectives of English. 10-139. 80-219.. Sample containing about 45206 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HR2 The Brentford triangle.p. Sample containing about 28081 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HPL [Lothian Council: unpublished documents]. u. Sample containing about 9984 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: world af- 247 fairs) HPT Charles the Bald. Sample containing about 5090 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HPK [Parish Council letters]. u. Harlow (1993).p.. u. Yarwood. Harlow (1993).p. u.. u. Rule. Sample containing about 50262 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HPP [Spokes: unpublished letters & articles]. 179-303.p..p. Stephen and Hughes. u. Sample containing about 3387 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HPF The Engineering Council Guidelines on Risk Issues.p. Harlow (1992). Sample containing about 40009 words from a book (domain: imaginative) . Longman Group UK Ltd. Jane.. 1-131.p.p. Longman Group UK Ltd.. Sample containing about 26627 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HPH [Christian Aid leaflets]. Ackroyd. Ellwood.. Sample containing about 40377 words from a book (domain: social science) HPV Franco. Harlow (1992). u.. Sample containing about 21437 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HPJ [GDA annual report]. Sample containing about 45993 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HR1 The architecture of Europe 650-1550. Sample containing about 7421 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HPS [Unpublished essays]. Harlow (1992). Connor. London (1992).p.p. Doreen.p. Longman Group UK Ltd. Joslyn.12. Rankin. Sample containing about 45536 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HPX Managing education: the purpose and practice of good management in schools. Ferris. Sayers. Longman Group UK Ltd. BT Batsford Ltd. London (1992). John A. Sample containing about 42259 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HPW Innocent III: leader of Europe 11981216. List of works excerpted neering.. Nelson. Harlow (1993). u. Sample containing about 14690 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HPG [School essays on literature]. Corgi Books. u.. Sample containing about 43325 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HPR [Unpublished short stories]. Owen. Sample containing about 44920 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HPU Data collection in context. 1-161. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Robert. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 45194 words from a book (domain: social science) HR0 The vital century: England’s developing economy 1714-1815.. Sheelagh..p. 1-125. u. Sample containing about 50069 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HPN The purpose and use of the research [Unpublished PhD thesis]. 57-153. 13-107.

London (1991). Williams. Peter. Constable & Company Ltd. Sample containing about 42715 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HR7 Billion-dollar brain. 55-177. Sample containing about 42325 words from a book (domain: applied science) HR4 The crocus list. 1-167. Barrie & Jenkins. Tree. Sample containing about 44837 words from a book (domain: arts) HRG Polymers: the chemistry and physics of modern materials. Whitehead. Sample containing about 7246 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HR6 The dean it was that died. 95-207. Fontana Press.248 HR3 Computer applications in geography. . Sample containing about 40750 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HRF Phantom. Sample containing about 44841 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HR8 East of Wimbledon. Raine. 5-117. Sample containing about 41820 words from a book (domain: imaginative) 12. Robinson. Avison. 28-152. Oxford (1986). List of works excerpted HRD Multimedia in the 1990s. London (1991). Echoes. Paul M. Oxford University Press. Oxford (1990). 1114. Oxford (1992). Sample containing about 8747 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HRM Urban sociology. Sample containing about 48079 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HRB The ruling passion of John Gould. Nigel. London (1993). London (1991). 61191. Faber & Faber Ltd. Oxford University Press. Tony. Deighton. Oxford University Press. Hemel Hempstead (1990). 67219. London (1992). Derek. The British Library Board. Sample containing about 43281 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HR9 They came from SW19. Lyall. Arrow Books Ltd. Sample containing about 44546 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HRA Goshawk squadron. 001-116. Oxford (1978). Blackwell Scientific Publications. Barbara. S A. Sample containing about 43281 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) HRH R&D management: managing projects and new products. Dorothy. Arrow Books Ltd. Dunnett. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. 157-303. Williams. London (1992). Bergen. 119-250. Glasgow (1991). Feldman. Anthony. London (1991). London (1993). 637732. Isabella. Rodney. 60-194. Basil Blackwell. 1-90. Sample containing about 44411 words from a book (domain: applied science) HRE Oil on troubled waters – Gulf wars. Mather. Craig. memory. Sample containing about 35757 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HRK Information systems development. Len. Nigel. Derek. D E. 41-181. Sample containing about 43190 words from a book (domain: applied science) HRL The onion. Harvester & Wheatsheaf. Creighton. Sample containing about 41634 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HRC King hereafter. Sample containing about 28850 words from a book (domain: commerce) HRJ Constitutional texts. 100-224. Mahon. London (1992). J M G. London (1992). Hayward. George Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd. Coronet Books. Sample containing about 39165 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HR5 The hunt by night. 9-63. Brazier. Dickens. Cowie. Sample containing about 43788 words from a book (domain: social science) HRN Nature. Blackie academic & professional. Chichester (1991). Faber & Faber Ltd. Macmillan Magazines Ltd. John. 2-84. London (1993). Oxford (1990). Gavin.

.. London (1992/1919). Sample containing about 10947 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HS1 Glenpatrick News. The Economist Newspaper Ltd. London (1989-04-08). Sample containing about 48653 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HRU Guinness Today.p. Sample containing about 15332 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HSB [Unpublished university lecture notes]. Sample containing about 30586 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) HRP Women’s Art. Sample containing about 23735 words from a periodical (domain: arts) HRR Chartered Institute of Bankers Yearbook.... u. Sample containing about 12012 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HS2 Glenpatrick News. u. Sample containing about 11455 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HS0 Glenpatrick News. Sample containing about 11646 words of unpub- 249 lished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HS3 Glenpatrick News.. List of works excerpted London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 4185 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HRX Dawson International plc: Annual report ’93. u. Thomas Telford Ltd. Sample containing about 7992 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) HS8 Annual report.p. u.p. The chartered institute of bankers..p.p. London (198904).. Illustrated London News. Sample containing about 8054 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HRS [The Chartered Institute of Bankers: miscellaneous documents].. Sample containing about 13171 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HS4 Glenpatrick News. UK (1990). Sample containing about 12537 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) HSC [Unpublished university essays]. Sample containing about 10631 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HRT [Link – the house journal of the Pauls group].p. Barnes. u. Townsend. Michael.. u.. London (1992/1919).p. Sample containing about 7493 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HRV Guinness Globe. Sample containing about 6019 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HRY Glenpatrick News.p.p..12. Women artists slide library. Martin..p. London (1991/1919). Sample containing about 2057 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HS7 Special religious education division. UK (1987). Sample containing about 40849 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) HSG Illustrated London News. HCIMA. Sample containing about 3345 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HSA [Unpublished creative writing]..p. Sample containing about 37352 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HSD Chemistry in action. u. Sample containing about 18828 . Sample containing about 43106 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) HSE Engineering management: Financial control. London (1992-1919).p.p. u. u.. 1-105.p. u. The chartered institute of bankers. Sample containing about 5237 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HS9 A guide to the new simplified divorce. Sample containing about 27237 words from a book (domain: commerce) HSF The Economist. S.p. u. u. Freemantle. u. u. Sample containing about 7128 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) HRW Dawson International plc: Notice of annual general meeting.. Macmillan Education Ltd. England.p. u. u. 85-236.

p. Sample containing about 2107 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HT7 CFCs and the ozone layer. Sample containing about 6588 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HSJ Sky. Sample containing about 617 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HT4 Keep warm – keep well. Sample containing about 675 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) HST Olympus Scientific Products News. Tesco stores ltd. Southdata Ltd. Sample containing about 5080 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) HSN Plant biotechnology. T. Sample containing about 539 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HSX Alex – advanced OCR. Sample containing about 859 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) HSS Man on the moon – 20th anniversary special offer. Sample containing about 2529 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HSU The Queen’s awards for export and technology 1990. London. Sample containing about 357 words of published miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) HSR Exciting new titles in parasitology from Chapman and Hall. Eastern Electricity. Sample containing about 11632 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) HSL Spare Rib. Cambridge. Sample containing about 458 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HT9 Paper and the environment. Chapman & Hall. Sample containing about 4295 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) HSP Parasitology [publishers brochure]. Sample containing about 40514 words from a periodical (domain: arts) HSM The Spectator. RSPB. Cambridge University Press. UK (1989-09). Tesco stores ltd. CompuAdd. Sample containing about 418 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HT3 Let E. EMAP National Publications.250 words from a periodical (domain: arts) HSH [RSPB new members brochure].. Sample containing about 703 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HT8 Phosphates and the water supply. Department of health/Central office for information. News International-Hachette. List of works excerpted mailing lists. Sample containing about 254 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HT2 Satisfy your desire for a living flame gas fire. Tesco stores ltd. safeguard your future.. UK (198904).. Sample containing about 4884 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HT5 1989 Hoechst farmer competition. u. (10 January 1987). British Gas Eastern. Tesco stores ltd. UK (April 1989). Sample containing about 311 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HSY CompuAdd. Sample containing about 856 . Sample containing about 584 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HTA Recycling and the environment. Sample containing about 2915 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HT0 Reading your meter. Association of Agriculture. Sample containing about 642 words of miscellanea (domain: imaginative) HT6 Tesco cares: a guide to the world around us. Tesco stores ltd. Sample containing about 689 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HSW Superfile – database manager for 12. The catalogue. Department of Trade & Industry (1990). Olympus Scientific Products. UK (1988). Spare Rib Ltd. Southdata Ltd. Sample containing about 24202 words from a periodical (domain: arts) HSK Small Gardens. Eastern Electricity. Hoechst (1989).

Sample containing about 38705 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTX The Mamur Zapt and the night of the dog. Brighton (1988). Robert. 005-132. The Falmer Press. London (1988). C R. Basingstoke (1990). Neil. London (1993). Kippax. 103-264. Jack. Sample containing about 42518 words from a book . Silver. 84-201. Portsmouth (1993). Sample containing about 44197 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTU The suburban book of the dead. 234-461. Sample containing about 43353 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTK A higher education. Hemel Hempstead (1991). Faber & Faber Ltd. 113-257. Grafton Books. Basil Blackwell Ltd. London (1991). 60-197. Clynes. London (1990). Sample containing about 36187 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTJ A game of sudden death. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 45316 words from a book (domain: social science) HTL Angel hunt. Rutherford. Sample containing about 56720 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) HTF Bureaucracy and political power. Robert. Sample containing about 38722 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTN A little lower than the angels. Virgin. Sample containing about 39547 words from a book (domain: applied science) HTR A masculine ending. Terry. 1-157. McCaughrean. Rankin. Frank. London (1990). Ripley. 28-153. David. Smith. 13-133. Sample containing about 46879 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTH Diggers. Higgins. 329448. Pratchett. Headline Book Publishing plc. Dudley Edwards. Holdstock. Mike. Sample containing about 43606 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTM Lavondyss. Sample containing about 11503 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HTE Edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 1993. London (1989). Fontana Press. 73-209. Sample containing about 43788 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTT Ratking. Harvester & Wheatsheaf. London (1990). Oxford (1987). Grosvenor Press. London (1993). Joan. Sklair. Leslie. Sample containing about 42584 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HTG Clubbed to death. Sample containing about 45051 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTS Other people’s blood. Sample containing about 45926 words from a book (domain: social science) HTW The eagle has flown. Doubleday. 40-175. Pearce.12. Sample containing about 48045 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTV Sociology of the global system. 38150. Wheatsheaf Books Ltd. Fontana Press. Michael. Harold. 9-146. Victor Gollancz Ltd. Sample containing about 43037 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HU0 The white rose murder. London (1993). London (1991). 251 Sample containing about 37691 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTP Madness and modernity: a study in social psychoanalysis. Geraldine. 65-162. 40-158. Badcock. Corgi Books. Sample containing about 46295 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HTY The pit. British Institute of Embalmers. Michael. Ruth. London (1993). Faber & Faber Ltd. Macmillan & Doubleday. Penswick. Knebworth (1993-12). List of works excerpted words of miscellanea (domain: applied science) HTC The Embalmer. Douglas. Pan Books Ltd. 1-170. Smith. Michael. Fontana Press. London (1991). Oxford (1984). Smith. Dibdin. London (1992). 1134. 001-126. B C.

president of trade union. PS2PA 47. R N (ed. u. female PS2HD ‘Billy’. London (1992). male PS2PB 46. trade unionist. PS2H5 PS2H6 PS2H7 PS2H8 PS2H9 ‘Dick’. male PS2M4 ‘Edna’. female HUCPS000 Sample containing about 13033 words speech recorded in business context HUD Trade Union Annual Congress. trade unionist. u. London. trade unionist. UK (1990/1919). List of works excerpted imaginative) HUB [Schoolboys’ essays]. Alistair. male Sample containing about 7579 words speech recorded in educational context HUG Hatfield Airfield air traffic control. male PS2HC ‘Barbara’. trade unionist. Aberdeen (1992). trade unionist. air traffic controller. general secretary of trade union. 3-35. trade unionist. male PS2GE ‘Prue’.p. trade unionist. Sample containing about 176734 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HU4 Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. male PS2GH ‘Duncan’. PS2LY ‘Dick’. u. British Institute of Embalmers. Sample containing about 168778 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HU3 Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. female Sample containing about 1484 words speech recorded in public context HUH London School of Economics: lecture. Sample containing about 15215 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HU6 Wood Group: Energy supporting energy. male . trade unionist.. trade unionist. trade unionist. trade unionist. male HUEPS000 HUEPS001 Sample containing about 13483 words speech recorded in business context HUF King’s College London: political philosophy lecture. air traffic controller. lecturer. R N (ed. male PS2GG ‘Dave’. male PS2HA ‘Robert’. president of trade union.252 (domain: imaginative) HU1 The Embalmer. male PS2GJ ‘Dave’. British Medical Association. PS2GD ‘Dick’. 1-24. trade unionist. female PS2M5 ‘Les’. Potter. trade unionist. male ‘John’.)..).). ‘Wolff’. president of trade union. trade unionist. male ‘John’. male PS2M3 ‘John’. male PS2M2 ‘Doug’. trade unionist. Sample containing about 18293 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) HUA [Short stories]. trade unionist. 1-25. female ‘Frank’. male PS2M0 ‘Mick’. John Wood Group plc. male PS2HB ‘Alan’. trade unionist. England (1992). Alan. Sample containing about 21358 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HUC Trade Union Annual Congress. trade unionist. London. Alan. Sample containing about 9267 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HU9 Bishops’ Conference of Scotland. lecturer. female PS2GF ‘Les’. male ‘Denise’.p. Sample containing about 8125 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HU8 [Medau Society literature]. trade unionist. London. PS2MY 30+. trade unionist.p. PS2PD 45. British Medical Association. Sample containing about 13283 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: 12. Sample containing about 19268 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HU2 Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. male PS2GK ‘Alan’. Knebworth (1993-12). The Medau Society. Sample containing about 6722 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) HU7 [Report and accounts]. Sample containing about 167165 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HU5 [Annual report]. air traffic controller. Alan. British Medical Association. male PS2GL ‘Peggy’. 1-25. male Sample containing about 12880 words speech recorded in business context HUE Trade Union Annual Congress: trade union congress. Guinness Group.. R N (ed. male PS2PC 42. male PS2M1 ‘Eric’. The general council of the bar.

female ‘Katherine’. PS30A 35. male ‘Kirsty’. male Sample containing about 15806 words speech recorded in educational context HUN London School of Economics: lecture on the psychoanalytical study of society. male ‘Ken’. ‘Chris’. PS2R4 45. Phone-in caller. male ‘David’. male ‘Lorna’. student. lecturer. male Sample containing about 13461 words speech recorded in educational context HUM London School of Economics: lecture on the psychoanalytical study of society. female PS3CU 30+. HUXPS000 HUXPS001 Sample containing about 10032 words speech recorded in business context Sample containing about 8285 words speech recorded in leisure context . male ‘James’. male Sample containing about 16624 words speech recorded in educational context HUP Pearson preliminary results: analysts meeting. student. Protestor. ‘Chris’. female ‘Tom’. PS2R3 45. student. male Sample containing about 10377 words speech recorded in leisure context HUX Gwynedd County Council tape 18: interview for oral history project. PS308 auctioneer Sample containing about 14247 words speech recorded in leisure context HUS Christie’s auction rooms: auction of oriental ceramics and works of art. PS2PU PS2PV PS2PW PS2PX PS2PY PS2R0 PS2R1 PS2R2 45. female ‘Mike’. male Sample containing about 17806 words speech recorded in leisure context HUW On the Record: television broadcast. female Sample containing about 11749 words speech recorded in leisure context HUT Pastoral parish council meeting. male PS3CB 60+. male ‘Oliver’. Protestor. male ‘Heather’. A A Roadwatch travel news. civil servant. male PS3CR 30+. radio presenter. lecturer. female PS3CD ‘Alf’. female ‘Duncan’. ‘Michael Gold’. female PS3CW 20+. nspcc employee. student. female ‘Stuart’. radio presenter. male PS3CC ‘Melanie’. ‘Chris’. student. male ‘Charles’. chairman. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 7793 words speech recorded in educational context HUJ London School of Economics: lecture. female PS3CT 40+. male PS3CS 50+. male Sample containing about 14078 words speech recorded in educational context HUL London School of Economics: lecture on the psychoanalytical study of society. male ‘Robert’. radio technician. HUTPS000 Sample containing about 7640 words speech recorded in public context HUU Trent Law School: lecture. male ‘Emma’. finance director. PS3C8 40+. PS3CM 50+. ‘John Hume’. ‘Chris’. student. male PS3CN 50+. student. male PS3CG ‘Michael’. female ‘John’. ‘Sam’. student. chief executive. Phone-in caller. Protestor. lecturer. Phone-in caller. student. female 253 HUR Christie’s auction rooms: auction of mechanical music. PS2PE PS2PF PS2PG PS2PH PS2PJ PS2PK PS2PL PS2PM PS2PN 45. Protestor. waiter. male ‘Joy’. student. student. lecturer. lecturer. male PS3CP british rail announcer. male ‘Sue’. telvision reporter. male PS3CE ‘Danny’. female ‘Mary-jane’. female Sample containing about 6649 words speech recorded in educational context HUV James Whale Phone-in: radio broadcast. male ‘Frank’. PS309 auctioneer Sample containing about 15927 words speech recorded in educational context HUK London School of Economics: lecture on the psychoanalytical study of society. Phone-in caller. male ‘Dean’. lecturer. student. PS2Y7 PS2Y8 PS2Y9 PS2YA PS2YB PS2YC PS2YD PS2YE PS2YF ‘Michael’. male PS3CF ‘David’. chief executive officer. tv presenter. male PS3CV 50+. male PS3CA ‘Douglas’. male PS3C9 ‘Danny’. ‘James Whale’. Phone-in caller. member of parliament (sdlp leader). student. female ‘Anne-marie’. PS2R5 45. student. student.12. male ‘Andrea’. ‘Chris’. ‘John Humphries’.

male Sample containing about 3459 words speech recorded in leisure context HV4 Inaugural address of new president of National Association of Round Tables of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. male PS3EF 50+. PS3EP 40+. Native of Wyre. female PS3E9 40+. male PS3ET 30+. male PS3DG 30+. ‘Sue Jay’. quarry worker. Author of The Dirty War. circus owner. male PS3DD Recorded voice of American spokesman. school child. representative of animal welfare alliance. ‘Peter’. Slight lisp on R. male farmer. male PS3ER 30+. ‘Rachael’. male PS3EA 30+. Slight lisp on R. representative of circus society. radio studio technician. female PS3DK 20+. female PS3F6 70+. radio presenter. PS3F5 ‘Mansie Flaws’. male 10+. businessman. circus trainer/performer. male ‘Dennis’. PS3E3 30+. school child.part 2: television broadcast. male PS3DC 30+. animal behaviourist. about the Irish conflict. tv presenter. PS3F7 PS3F8 PS3F9 PS3FA PS3FB PS3FC PS3FD PS3FE 10+. PS3D9 historian. retired ferryman. medical consultant. Phone-in caller. male PS3EK 50+. female Sample containing about 8549 words speech recorded in leisure context HV0 James Whale Phone-in: radio broadcast. ‘Dr Simon Fradd’. ‘Rusty’. male PS3EN 40+. male PS3E6 40+.. male PS3DA 28. male 10+. lieutenant-colonel.part 1: television broadcast. ‘Michael’. author.t. ‘Ed Doolan’. ‘Mary’. female PS3DF 30+. ‘Ray’. general practitioner. ‘Donna’. female PS3F4 30+. ‘Danny Savage’. male PS3DH 30+. Representing the Troops Out movement. male PS3EB 40+. male Sample containing about 3852 words speech recorded in leisure context HV6 Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/D: radio broadcast. radio presenter. male Sample containing about 3825 words speech recorded in leisure context HV7 Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/C: radio broadcast. male PS3E8 40+. member of parliament for east londonderry.part 3: television broadcast. male 10+. phone-in caller. Interviewee. ‘Diane’. female PS3EU 30+. PS3DB 40+. ‘Dave’.254 HUY Gwynedd County Council tape 20: interview for oral history project. representative of circus watch. PS3F3 60+. ‘Gary’. male Sample containing about 5297 words speech recorded in leisure context HV3 Central Weekend Live . radio presenter. female PS3DJ 20+. ‘Nicky Campbell’. female PS3E5 30+. tv presenter. List of works excerpted PS3EM 50+. representative of citizens’ commission on human rights. ‘David’. male 10+. ‘Noel’. ‘Beth’. ‘Dr Marthe’. male PS3EV 50+. journalist. school child. ‘Clare Short’. female PS3EW 40+. historian. male PS3EG 40+. ‘Mary’. radio presenter. tv presenter. female PS3ES 40+. female PS3EY 40+. press officer. animal rights defender. male PS3DE 30+. ‘John Taylor’. PS3EE 30+. male PS3EX 50+. ‘Sir William Ross’. male PS3E7 40+. male PS3EJ 40+. medical consultant. postmaster. member of parliament (ulster unionist) for strangford. ‘Karen’. male 12. ‘Graeme Wilson’. ‘Martin Dillon’. ex-soldier. female PS3EH 60+. ‘Pat’. member of parliament (labour). male PS3E4 40+. ‘Gavin’. ‘Nicky Campbell’.u. school child. ‘Tim Pat’. ‘Rita’. ‘Oliver James’. ‘Alan’. Interviewer. Interviewer. guide for guided tour company. ‘Dr Vernon Coleman’. female Sample containing about 5439 words speech recorded in leisure context HV2 Central Weekend Live . ‘Michael’. Interviewer. A A Roadwatch report. ira expert. male radio presenter. Orkney. clown. male Sample containing about 16683 words speech recorded in leisure context HV1 Central Weekend Live . male Sample containing about 862 words speech recorded in leisure context HV5 Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/D: radio broadcast. school child. counter-terrorism expert. Interviewer. radio studio technician. consultant psychologist. male PS3EL 50+. PS3F2 ‘Dyfrig James’. Native of West Mainland. tv presenter. ‘Dr Cosmo Hallstrom’. ‘James Whale’. male . n.

tv presenter. female ‘Stewart’. PS3FM 30+. ‘Alaina’. legal representative. female PS3GY 40+. ‘Barbara’. ‘Lindsey’.. afternoon session: public county council meeting. radio presenter. female radio presenter. tv presenter. female 70+. female PS3HH 35+. male school child.part 3: television broadcast. male PS3GM 50+.part 2: television broadcast. senior inspector. ‘Tony’. ‘Malcolm Spittle’. ‘Fiona’. student. ‘M Rees’. ‘Steven Grigson’. male ‘Carol’. rsm in army training regiment. member of parliament (conservative). ‘Alan’. ‘Lucy’. ex-soldier. ‘Sir Ivan Lawrence’. Australian?. PS3FL 60+. ‘Mrs Long’. male ‘Louise’. male Sample containing about 6278 words speech recorded in leisure context HVD Central Weekend Live . Chairperson. Interviewer. male PS3HM 30+. female ‘Nanette’.12. male PS3GN 30+. male PS3H1 50+. ‘Jenny’. department of the environment adjudicator. Interviewer. male PS3HL 40+. male . PS3GX 40+. male PS3H5 40+. ‘Deniel’. PS3FT PS3FU PS3FV PS3FW PS3FX PS3FY PS3G0 radio presenter. female PS3G6 20+. female Sample containing about 1643 words speech recorded in leisure context HVC Central Weekend Live . female PS3GL 30+. department of the environment representative. male Sample containing about 2196 words speech recorded in leisure context HVA Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/C: radio broadcast. male PS3H2 60+. Representing North Yorkshire County Council. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 1409 words speech recorded in leisure context HV8 Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/C: radio broadcast. male PS3H3 30+. ‘Eric Barnett’. male PS3G4 20+. male PS3GP 20+. ‘Nicky Campbell’. journalist. female PS3HK 30+. male PS3HE 40+. member of parliament (conservative). male PS3G8 50+. PS3HD 50+. male PS3H4 40+. ‘Vince’. female PS3G7 20+.part 1: television broadcast. ‘Richard’. school child. ‘Sue Jay’. day 1. female school child. school child. female ‘Nathan’. ‘John’. ‘David Lightbown’. female PS3H0 50+. Chairing the meeting. school child. ‘R Whittaker’. student. ex-soldier. ‘Mr P Davies’. male PS3GT 40+. artist. female 70+. male PS3GU 30+. Representing Barton Wilmore. male PS3GV 30+. male PS3G9 30+. PS3G1 30+. ex-solder (awol). female Sample containing about 3572 words speech recorded in leisure context HVF EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall. Representing North Yorkshire County Council. tv presenter. ‘Ed Doolan’. female PS3FS 17+. morning session: public county council meeting. department of the environment adjudicator. PS3J0 50+. day 1. male Sample containing about 5159 words speech recorded in leisure context HVE Central Weekend Live . school child. ‘Joshua’. male PS3HF 50+. male 255 Sample containing about 779 words speech recorded in leisure context HV9 Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/C: radio broadcast. ‘Tony’. ‘David’. ‘John’. ‘Andrew’. ‘Stuart Cowley’. male PS3HJ 50+. ex-soldier. female Sample containing about 929 words speech recorded in leisure context HVB Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA/RO/C: radio broadcast. Representing House Builders Federation. ‘Theresa Gorman’. Sample containing about 21960 words speech recorded in public context HVG EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall. female PS3FP 17+. ‘Eric Barnett’. school child. male PS3G3 30+. ‘Paul’. Slight lisp on S. ‘Alan’. north yorkshire county council representative. ‘Andrew’.. legal representative. ‘Tim’. local councillor. female PS3FR 17+. male PS3G2 40+. ‘Roy Donson’. legal representative. PS3FF PS3FG PS3FH PS3FJ PS3FK school child. male PS3GS 30+. tv presenter. male PS3HG 40+. female PS3G5 50+. army brigadier. stylist. male PS3H6 50+. ‘Ronnie’. Interviewer. student. male PS3GR 50+. ‘Lance’. legal representative. stylist. ‘Nicky Campbell’. member of parliament (conservative). female PS3FN ‘Liz Davies’. Interviewee. north yorkshire county council representative. Native of Hoy.

Chairing the enquiry. London (1990). Robin and Berry. ‘Mr Ian Smith’. male PS3LL 40+. BT Batsford Ltd. department of the environment representative. Frank. male PS3LS ‘Mr Anthony (tony) Sexton’. north yorkshire county council legal representative. Fontana Press. male PS3J4 50+. ‘Mr Steven Grigson’. for Clive Brook Associates. ‘Miss D Whitaker’. male PS3JS ‘Mr Brooke’. ‘P Sedgewick’. for Wood-Frampton. male Sample containing about 24102 words speech recorded in public context HW8 Just another angel. ‘Mr David Curtis’. 39-157. ‘Mrs Long’. Sample containing about 43942 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HWB Architecture of Europe: 3000 BC-AD 1453. male PS3LR ‘Mr Clive Brook’. department of the environment representative. female PS3LB 35+. Representing Sam Smith’s Tadcaster Brewery. day 4 session: public county council meeting. Representing North Yorkshire County Council. male PS3LU 30+. department of the environment adjudicator. male PS3L4 40+. house builders’ federation representative. David. solicitor. ‘Mr E Barnett’. female PS3J3 30+. Sample containing about 44043 words from . 64-218. Sample containing about 45298 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HW9 Accounting in a business context. London (1992). male PS3JJ 40+. leeds city council representative. male PS3J7 30+. ‘Mr Roy Donson’. senior inspector. north yorkshire county council legal representative. male Sample containing about 15663 words speech recorded in public context HVH EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall. ‘Mr Roy Donson’. senior inspector. ‘Roy Donson’. London (1992). ‘Dave Girt’. 120233. house builders’ federation representative. Kippax. female PS3JL 35+. male Sample containing about 24634 words speech recorded in public context HVJ EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall. male PS3LT 30+. Hey. ‘Mr Michael Jewitt’. ‘D Whittaker’. Banks. solicitor. Mike. male PS3L9 30+. solicitor. male PS3L5 40+. for Connell. male PS3JP ‘M Courcier’. ‘Margaret Rees’. house builders’ federation representative. male PS3LA 30+. department of the environment adjudicator. legal representative. day 3. male PS3L7 25+. ‘Eric Barnett’. leeds city council representative. ‘Stephen Grigson’. solicitor. ‘W Caulfield (bill)’. ‘Mr Peter Davis’.. Aidan. Fontana Paperbacks. female PS3L6 30+. solicitor. Longman Group UK Ltd. ‘Roy Donson’. ryedale district council legal representative. male PS3JR ‘Mr Brighton’. senior inspector. afternoon session: public county council planning meeting. male PS3LN ‘Mr Paul Brighton’. Yarwood. ‘Mr P Davies’. male PS3L8 40+. solicitor. Chapman & Hall. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 23224 words speech recorded in public context HVK EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall.. London (1989). Abacus. female PS3J2 40+. male PS3JM 30+. solicitor. 1-113. male PS3J8 40+. ‘Miss D Whittaker’. London (1992). Sample containing about 29455 words from a book (domain: commerce) HWA The butcher’s bill. Jarvis. male PS3J5 35+. from Barton Willmore. house builders’ federation representative. male PS3JK 40+. ‘Mr Malcolm Spittle’. PS3JH 50+. bradford district council representative. male PS3JN ‘Mr Wincup’. Chairing the meeting. ‘Mr E Barnett’. Harlow (1987). 7-126. Ripley. york city council legal representative. male PS3LP ‘Mr Christopher Timothy’. solicitor. PS3L3 50+. Sample containing about 42841 words from a book (domain: arts) HWC The wasp factory. north yorkshire county council legal representative.256 PS3J1 50+. male PS3J6 40+. hambledon district council legal representative. department of the environment adjudicator. for Barton Willmore. senior inspector. morning session: public county council planning meeting. day 3. ‘R Whittaker’. ‘J Cunnane’. female PS3LM 35+. ‘Mr Girt’. male 12. solicitor. Sample containing about 41889 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HWD Family history and local history in England. Iain. 46-183. solicitor. Doreen. PS3LK 50+. ‘R Thomas’.

London (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 221635 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HWG The transformation of medieval England. London (1993-06/19). London. 181-320. u. 7-152. Sample containing about 47904 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) HWY [Prospectus].p. Sample containing about 49445 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HWV The Lancet. u. New York (1992). McGraw-Hill Book Company. London (1993). England.p.p. 1-45. Fontana Press. Sample containing about 12291 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HX3 Hotel.). Sample containing about 39083 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HWL Angel touch. John. Sample containing about 43883 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HWS Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Philip and Cullis. London (1989). Catherine. u.d.. London (1993). Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd.. Sample containing about 33001 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HWF Lifespan computer manuals. Gloucester (1991). Sample containing about 46574 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HWX Sounds. Sample containing about 46180 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HWW The Lancet. Colin. Doubleday. u. Sample containing about 44592 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HWM The jewel that was ours. England (1993). J A F.). Sample containing about 16564 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HX1 Scotvec report. The Lancet Ltd. Longman. 13142. Sample containing about 46954 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HWN The book of ultimate truths. The Lancet Ltd. Sample containing about 39754 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HWH Public finance and public choice. Rankin. Sample containing about 32091 words of un- . London (1993-19-19). Cookson. 27132.p. Sample containing about 14186 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HX2 [Reference book]. Sample containing about 59868 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HWU The Lancet. Alan.). Sample 257 containing about 170292 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) HWT Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Ripley. 1-23. Maidenhead (1992). A J. Catering & Institutional Management Association. Jones. Corgi Books. Corgi Books. Thomson. Henley Management College. Sample containing about 46260 words from a book (domain: commerce) HWK Richard III. Sample containing about 8028 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HX0 Scotvec update. Spotlight Publications. British Medical Association. Catering & Institutional Management Association. London (1992). London (1992/1919). Alan. Robert. R N (ed. Mike.12. London (1991). 009-082. Sample containing about 41871 words from a book (domain: imaginative) HWP Wycliffe and the Windsor Blue. Burley. List of works excerpted a book (domain: world affairs) HWE The house of women. 89-254. HCIMA. Sample containing about 18426 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HX4 Hotel. R N (ed. The Lancet Ltd. Scotvec. (n. 81-203.. Pan Books Ltd. London. British Medical Association. Glasgow (1992/1919). W J. Pollard. London (1990-11-10). Corporate. Dexter.

Edinburgh (1993). Longman Group UK Ltd. Jefferson. Sample containing about 5065 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: world affairs) HX8 [Medau Society leaflets]. Sample containing about 46432 words from a book (domain: arts) HXJ [Article from] European economic integration. Longman Group UK Ltd. Dearden. 1-156. Sample containing about 8264 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HX6 Christian Aid. Scotland (1986/1919). Ron.. Sample containing about 8867 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXL [article from] European economic integration. Harlow (1993). 105225. Frank. Edinburgh. 12. Harlow (1992). Sample containing about 44957 words from a book (domain: social science) HXH How to write essays. Sample containing about 40822 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) HXA [Articles by a management consultant].)Penketh. 9-140. European economic integration. Frank. u. Bainbridge. 50-58. Stephen (eds. Sample containing about 45312 words from a book (domain: social science) HXE Criminal law. Howard. European economic integration.258 published miscellanea (domain: commerce) HX5 [Annual report]. Sample containing about 4452 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXN [article from] European economic integration.)Penketh. Harlow (1993). u. Wilson.p.)Kemp. Keith. Alan. 16-38. Sample containing about 41219 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) HX9 [Unpublished academic thesis]. Sample containing about 5773 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXM [article from] European economic integration. Longman Group UK Ltd. Patrick J. Longman Group UK Ltd.)Zis..p.)McDonald. McDonald. Sample containing about 7261 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) HXB [Solicitors’ information packs]. Frank. Keith. Stephen (eds. List of works excerpted Brooks. Harlow (1992).p. George. Harlow (1992). Dearden. Nigel and Durant. Rule. Frank. dissertations & theses in literary studies. Harlow (1992). McDonald. European economic integration. Sample containing about 45620 words from a book (domain: social science) HXG The English infinitive. European economic integration. Scotland.. 221. Longman Group UK Ltd. Dearden. Harlow (1992). 1-15. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. McDonald. Sample containing about 46928 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXD Introduction to computer law. Sample containing about 38263 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HXC Albion’s people. Longman Group UK Ltd. Fabb. 11-149. Dearden. The Medau Society. Harlow (1993). Christian Aid. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman . Harlow (1992). Stephen (eds. Stephen (eds. Duffley. 24-121. European economic integration. David I. u. Sample containing about 965 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) HX7 [Christian Aid: administrative documents]. UK (1980/1919). Edinburgh. Sample containing about 48074 words from a book (domain: social science) HXF The effective teaching of history. McDonald. Harlow (1992). Michael. Longman Group UK Ltd. Dearden. Frank. John. John. Stephen (eds. Napier Enterprise Centre. Sample containing about 6355 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXK [Article from] European economic integration. 39-49. Frank. McDonald. Christian Aid. Scotland.

1-118. Sample containing about 10030 words from a book (domain: commerce) HY2 Markets and dealers. Sample containing about 11132 words from a book (domain: commerce) HY4 Markets and dealers. Longman Group UK Ltd. 1-137. John. Sample containing about 45899 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HY1 Markets and dealers. Harlow (1994). Sample containing about 11521 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXP [article from] European economic integration. Phil. Harlow (1992). Harlow (1992). Shennan. Glasscoe. Sample containing about 13090 words from a book (domain: commerce) HY3 Markets and dealers. Harlow (1993). Sample containing about 46865 words from a book (domain: social science) HXX Cnut. Sample containing about 42297 words from a book (domain: social science) HXU De Gaulle. Sebba. 5-113. McDonald. Sample containing about 43508 words from a book (domain: social science) HXW Land law. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. McDonald. 1-139. Sample containing about 44281 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXV Law of tort. Longman Group UK Ltd. Andrew. Frank. 173-272. Dearden. James. Dearden. Harlow (1994). Sample containing about 46337 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXY London Jamaican. Hines. Longman Group UK Ltd. David. Longman Group UK Ltd. M K. Frank. Harrington. Stephen (eds. Lim. Harlow (1993). Stephen (eds. Sample containing about 46239 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HY6 English medieval mystics: games of faith. Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1993). 16139. Harlow 259 (1993). Sample containing about 9039 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXS The fabliau in English. Saunders. 85-109. C J. Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1994). Longman Group UK Ltd. Ranade. Marion. European economic integration. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 44895 words from a book (domain: arts) HXT A future for the NHS?. Longman Group UK Ltd. Ian. Sample containing about 46423 words from a book (domain: arts) HY7 Russia in the age of reaction and reform 1801-1881. Wood. Longman Group UK Ltd. John. Paul. Temperton.12. Lawson.)Dearden. 1-159. European economic integration. Harlow (1992).)Tomkins. Sample containing about 43678 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HY8 The special relationship. 59-80. Mark. Harlow (1993). Harlow (1992). Leslie. Bartlett. Hilary. Longman Group UK Ltd. Cooke. 100-115. Harlow (1992). Wendy. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1993). Davis. Stephen. Harlow (1992). Sample containing about 48271 words from a book (domain: social science) HY0 The Merovingian kingdoms 450-751. 82-98. Jim. 72-173. List of works excerpted Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1993). Sample containing about 7342 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HXR [article from] European economic integration. Sample containing about 9868 words from a book (domain: commerce) HY5 The rise of modern diplomacy 14501919. Longman Group UK Ltd. Judith and Twomey. Longman Group UK Ltd. Harlow (1992). Richard. 9-150. 24-121. Longman Group UK Ltd. 138-161. M S. Sample containing about 46090 words from a book (domain: . Anderson. 111-134. 41-148. Harlow (1992). 1-124. 61-81. Harlow (1992).

List of works excerpted HYG Town council meeting. male ‘James’. reporter. student. male ‘Roger’. male PS306 ‘Mark’. lecturer. reporter. lecturer. male ‘Nadine’. student. ‘Graham’. PS302 ‘Michael’. male PS3C2 40+. Woolland. ‘John’. male PS3CJ 80+. Longman Group UK Ltd. male PS3C5 50+. male PS3C4 60+. 34-138. male Sample containing about 6368 words speech recorded in business context Sample containing about 6147 words speech recorded in educational context . male PS303 ‘Frank’. Harlow (1993). Longman Group UK Ltd. male PS307 ‘Mark’. ‘Lloyd’. male ‘William’. chief executive officer. builder. male PS305 ‘David’. ‘Chris’. Sample containing about 46659 words from a book (domain: world affairs) HYA The teaching of drama in the primary school. male 12. Watson. 117-239. male PS3C1 40+. 1-125. male PS3K7 ‘Matthew’. lecturer. Harlow (1993). male ‘Frank’. PS3K6 30. Sample containing about 46271 words from a book (domain: social science) HYC Suffolk Sound Archive oral history project: interview. student. Harris. PS3CH 40+. farmer. chairman. reporter. female PS229 ‘Jack’. farmer and developer. PS3K8 30. Tim. Sample containing about 9767 words speech recorded in public context HYH Trent Law School: tutorial. Harlow (1993). male ‘Mark’. female ‘Lyn’. Brenda. ‘Graham’. male Sample containing about 4490 words speech recorded in educational context HYN Nottingham University Economics Department: agricultural economics tutorial. farmer and developer. financial director. reporter. PS3KA PS3KB PS3KC PS3KD PS3KE 30. male Sample containing about 8958 words speech recorded in educational context HYE Pearson preliminary results: presentation and press and analysts’ questions. retired head lad. lecturer. farmer. ‘Paul’. male HYFPS000 Sample containing about 5248 words speech recorded in educational context HYP Nottingham University Economics Department: tutorial. male ‘Jason’. lecturer. ‘Tim’. PS3K9 30. homeopath. chief executive. female student. Longman Group UK Ltd. male Sample containing about 4947 words speech recorded in educational context HYM Nottingham University Economics Department: agricultural economics lecture. male Sample containing about 12152 words speech recorded in leisure context HYD King’s College London: philosophy discussion class. PS2N2 30. female PS3C3 80+. ‘Trevor’. PS3C0 40+. male Sample containing about 15696 words speech recorded in public context HYK Town council planning meeting. male ‘Richard’. reporter. builder. male Sample containing about 7767 words speech recorded in public context HYL Nottingham University Economics Department: tutorial. male PS3CK 40+. male ‘Raymond’. male PS304 ‘James’. Brian. male HYNPS000 Sample containing about 12023 words speech recorded in business context HYF Pearson analyst presentation: analysts’ meeting. PS228 ‘Joyce’.260 world affairs) HY9 Politics under the later Stuarts. PS2YH PS2YJ PS2YK PS2YL PS2YM PS2YN PS2YP PS2YR PS2YS ‘Michael’. reporter. ‘Brennan’. accountant. farmer. Sample containing about 38921 words from a book (domain: social science) HYB The effective teaching of religious education. lecturer. ‘Lloyd’. male student. PS30B 35. male Sample containing about 3480 words speech recorded in educational context HYJ Town council grants meeting.

8-66.. male HYSPS000 Sample containing about 6173 words speech recorded in educational context HYT Nottingham University Economics Department: lecture. Christopher. Edward. Lomas. Roe. PS3KG 30. 95-252. Michael A. insurance company employee. Sample containing about 43183 words from a book (domain: world affairs) J0R Arcadia. male PS3KS ‘Margaret’. Summerfield. male PS3KV ‘Marie’.12. List of works excerpted HYR Nottingham University Economics Department: lecture.p. insurance company employee. bnc worker. Longman Scientific & Technical. insurance company employee. insurance company employee. Sample containing about 79435 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) J0W Kenneth Williams: a biography. Abacus. Oxford (1979). Sample contain- . Hemel Hempstead (1992). insurance company employee. male Sample containing about 20051 words speech recorded in public context Sample containing about 6809 words speech recorded in business context J0P The age of capital 1848-1875. ‘Peter’. female Sample containing about 9890 words speech recorded in business context HYW Commercial Union training session. Oxford University Press. u. Oxford University Press. insurance company employee.Edinburgh Internal Communications Group: informal meeting. insurance company employee. Sample containing about 46050 words from a book (domain: social science) J0X Letters in the dark. Sample containing about 7378 words from a book (domain: imaginative) J0Y A Martian sends a postcard home. PS3KN ‘Martin’. 203-316. Sample containing about 45973 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) J0U Involuntary unemployment. PS3KH lecturer HYTPS000 Sample containing about 5789 words speech recorded in educational context HYU Commercial Union training session. Harlow (1991). Ross. Craig. insurance company employee. ex bp public affairs. Seamus and Higgs. female Sample containing about 4523 words speech recorded in educational context HYS Nottingham University Economics Department: tutorial. female PS3KW ‘Nora’. Sample containing about 43043 words from a book (domain: imaginative) J0T Global geomorphology. 1-46. female PS3KX ‘Irene’. male PS3KL ‘Elaine’. Sample containing about 5130 words from a book (domain: imaginative) J0S Deadly partnership. ‘Tim’. PS3KY trainer. George Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd. PS3KF lecturer 261 HYY British Association of Industrial Editors . female PS3KT ‘Mark’. London (1977). Sample containing about 41730 words from a book (domain: social science) J0V Electronic information resources and the historian. Oxford (1979). London (1990). Michael. Oxford (1986). Hobsbawm. London (1992). insurance company employee. 32-150. PS3KJ ‘Dawn’. male Sample containing about 10605 words speech recorded in business context HYV Commercial Union training session. male PS3KU ‘John’. Oxford University Press. councillor. trainer. male PS3L2 47. Reid. Herbert. E J. Freeland. PS3L1 32. female PS3KR ‘Andy’. Harvester & Wheatsheaf. female PS3KM ‘John’. male PS3KP trainer. lecturer. J A. Trevithick. male Sample containing about 3242 words speech recorded in business context HYX Shropshire County Council: committee meeting. 1-50. 92-205. PS3L0 ‘Jerry’. female PS3KK trainer. Raine. trainer. C F. Headline Book Publishing plc.

Sample containing about 47412 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Children’s party cakes. Macdonald & Company (Publrs) Ltd.p. Sample containing about 39341 words from a book (domain: social science) A landing on the sun. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 27207 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) J1C [Leeds United e-mail list]. Sample containing about 29320 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) J1F [Leeds United e-mail list]. Sample containing about 44767 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Tropical rainforest ecology. Women artists slide library. u. Diane. u. Sample containing about 41810 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) J1D [Leeds United e-mail list]. Cullingworth. Pearson. J B. Townsend. Sample containing about 48669 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) J1J [Leeds United e-mail list].p.d. Corgi Books. Sample containing about 41187 words from a book (domain: social science) Economics.p... James.. D J. u. London (1992). Joanna and Man. Michael. Sample containing about 44965 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) J1H [Leeds United e-mail list].). Russell. Farrow. Tony. Oxford (1988). Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. Maxine. S (ed..262 ing about 4166 words from a book (domain: imaginative) The Mamur Zapt and the girl in the Nile. Sample containing about 30008 words from a book (domain: leisure) Physical fluid dynamics. u. London (1993). Sample containing about 46171 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) Voices of summer. Fontana Press. 111-208. u. Oxford (1993-19-19). Sample containing about 23451 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J1L Speeches by Tony Hall. 6-114. 133-298. Penguin Books. Michael. Tritton. Blackie & Son Ltd. u. Sample containing about 8298 words of material written to be spoken (domain: social science) J1M Scottish TV – news scripts.p. Mabberley. 5-150..p. Routledge & Kegan Paul plc. u. Sample containing about 41422 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) Payback.. Clark. 641-732. List of works excerpted J1A Early Music. Kathy..p. u. London (1992).p. London (1992). Sample containing about 46838 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J1B FlyPast. Lincs (1992-19-19). u.p. Sample containing about 28956 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) J1G [Leeds United e-mail list]. Frayn. London (1988). London (1988). London (1993). 133-241. Hall. Sample containing about 38983 words of material written to be spoken (domain: J10 J11 J12 J13 J14 J15 J16 J17 J18 J19 . u.p.).. Pearce. London (1991-19-19). London (1992). Sample containing about 39632 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) Town and country planning in Britain. Stamford. Sample containing about 19787 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) J1K Women’s Art. Jennifer. Sample containing about 43423 words from a book (domain: imaginative) 12.p. Victor Gollancz Ltd. D J. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 7660 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) J1E [Leeds United e-mail list]. 1-130. (n.. Key Publishing. 278-430. Sample containing about 44607 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Preventing mental illness. Newton.

Great Britain (1992-10). Sample containing about 3720 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) Regulations for programmes of the HCIMA professional qualifications. Sample containing about 4641 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) Short courses in religious and moral education.. The Scotch whisky association.p.). Sample containing about 5092 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) J1T Press News.p. Sample containing about 7941 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) Report & supplement. u. London (1993). Edinburgh (1993). 1-24. 7-105. u. 1-38. 1-13. Sample containing about 9195 words from a periodical (domain: social sci- 263 ence) Guinness plc. Sample containing about 4912 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) Guinness. Edinburgh (1992). List of works excerpted leisure) J1N Scottish TV – sports news scripts. Sample containing about 1636 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) Alcohol & society: some questions and answers. Renault. National Museums of Scotland. P & O. Edinburgh (1993).. England. (n. London (1993).p. u. Scotland. Sample containing about 3342 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) Reporter. The Law Society.12. Sample containing about 2798 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) Guinness brewing worldwide. P & O. Scotland (1990/1919).p.p. Edinburgh (1992). u. Sample J20 J21 J22 J23 J24 J25 J26 J27 J28 J29 J2A J2B . Sample containing about 3741 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) J1U Press News... Sample containing about 6954 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) [Prospectus]. u. Sample containing about 3394 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) J1X Wavelength. Sample containing about 4936 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) J1V The economic significance of scotch whisky. Sample containing about 5230 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) J1W Scotch and tax. Sample containing about 15302 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) Reporter. The Henley Research Centre.d.p. 1-16.p. Sample containing about 2375 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) United Distillers.p.. Sample containing about 2969 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) J1P The cost of default. Somerville College. Sample containing about 7539 words from a periodical (domain: social science) J1Y Wavelength. London (1993). HCIMA. 1-24. The Scotch whisky association. 1-13. Renault.. The Scottish council for development & industry. u. u. 1-22.p. London (1993). Henley. 1-8.. u. u. London (1990). 1-8.. Oxford (1990). Sample containing about 10225 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) J1R The Scottish Council for Development and Industry annual report. National Museums of Scotland. 133. Scotland. Sample containing about 5261 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) J1S The Scottish Council for Development and Industry annual report. Sample containing about 3926 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) Guinness brewing worldwide.

). Manchester (1987). Sample containing about 37959 words from a book (domain: world affairs) The Environment Digest. UK (1989). June. Sample containing about 11192 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Chaos [2/2].p. Manchester (1987). Sample containing about 12943 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J2V The Environment Digest.). Mar- 12.). Levinson. Sample containing about 18345 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J30 The Environment Digest September 1991. Martin (ed. Wright. 135-155. Sample containing about 12522 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J2T The Environment Digest. Sample containing about 13628 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J2Y The Environment Digest.. Wright. Sample containing about 12054 words from a J2C J2D J2E J2F J2G J2H J2J J2K J2L J2N J2P .. Environment Publishers Ltd.). Martin (ed. Wright. Martin (ed.p. u. Elmore. Sample containing about 7597 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences) Will we ever learn. C. u. Leonard. Environment Publishers Ltd. Firth. Martin (ed. u. Wright. Sample containing about 7277 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) Pragmatics. Environment Publishers Ltd. Manchester University Press. Environment Publishers Ltd.). Environment Publishers Ltd. Wright. Cookson. Martin (ed. Martin (ed.). Wright. Martin (ed. Environment Publishers Ltd.). Sample containing about 36715 words from a book (domain: arts) Romano-British mosaics.p. Martin (ed. Cambridge University Press. 15-111.264 containing about 25943 words of miscellanea (domain: social science) University of Oxford. Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 12728 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Sample containing about 14600 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J2X The Environment Digest. Sample containing about 9335 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) Research on animals in Oxford. Environmental Publications Ltd (1991). Manchester University Press. Wright.).p. W J. UK (1984). Sparrow. Wright.). List of works excerpted tin (ed. Sample containing about 14010 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J2W The Environment Digest. Sample containing about 7616 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) Hombre. u. Martin (ed.. Sample containing about 4436 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: world affairs) [Unpublished short stories].. Wright. Neil Andrew. Benn. Sample containing about 15657 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J2S The Environment Digest. Martin (ed. Cambridge (1987). 111-131. Wright. 1-45. British Archaeological Reports. Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 14190 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J2U The Environment Digest. Environment Publishers Ltd. Environment Publishers Ltd. Chivers Press. 3-84. Stephen C.). Wright. Sample containing about 7180 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) Chaos [1/2]. Sample containing about 12095 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J2R The Environment Digest.).

Martin (ed. Wright. Sample containing about 13544 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Martin (ed. 265 Sample containing about 12452 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Sample containing about 13749 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Martin (ed. Sample containing about 18308 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Wright. Environment Publishers Ltd.). Martin (ed. Wright.). Sample containing about 14306 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 13586 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 12051 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest.12. Sample containing about 13949 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Sample containing about 14145 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Sample containing about 12090 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Wright. Martin (ed. Martin (ed. Martin (ed. Environment Publishers Ltd. Wright. Environment Publishers Ltd. Environment Publishers Ltd. Martin (ed. Sample containing about 17390 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest.). Sample containing about 13947 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Martin (ed.). Wright. Wright.). Sample containing about 12845 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Environment Publishers Ltd. Environment Publishers Ltd. Wright. Environment Publishers Ltd. Wright. Wright.). Environment Publishers Ltd.). Martin (ed.). Martin (ed. Sample containing about 13954 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Wright. Wright. Wright.). Wright. Sample containing about 14172 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Wright. Martin (ed. Environment Publishers Ltd. Martin (ed.). Martin (ed. Environment Publishers Ltd.).). Environment Publishers Ltd. Environment Publishers Ltd.). Sample containing about 13984 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest.). Environment Publishers Ltd. Environment Publishers Ltd.). Sample containing about 14433 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest. Martin (ed.). Wright. List of works excerpted periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest.). Martin (ed. Wright. Martin (ed.). Martin (ed. Martin (ed. Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 11807 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J31 J3B J32 J3C J33 J3D J34 J3E J35 J3F J36 J3G J37 J3H J38 J3J J39 J3K J3A . Environment Publishers Ltd. Wright. Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 13314 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) The Environment Digest.). Wright.

female . male Sample containing about 10168 words speech recorded in public context J3T Shropshire County Council Public Protection Committee: committee meeting. male PS3N7 ‘Mike’. PS3PC PS3PD PS3PE PS3PF PS3PG PS3PH PS3PJ PS3PK ‘Rod’. female . male ‘Frank’. salesman. male PS3NV ‘George’. male . female ‘David’. male ‘Kenneth’. male ‘Gareth’. female ‘Linda’. male Sample containing about 21605 words speech recorded in public context J3R Shropshire County Council Social Services Committee: committee meeting. male ‘Chris’. male ‘Graham’. male . female ‘Bert’. male Sample containing about 13141 words speech recorded in public context J3S Shropshire County Council Public Protection Committee: committee meeting. male ‘Peter’. male major. male sales person. male Sample containing about 10488 words speech recorded in business context J3X Royal Yachting Association instruction video: sailing.). Environment Publishers Ltd. male J3TPS000 Sample containing about 5879 words speech recorded in business context J3N St Helens Aquarist Society annual general meeting. ‘Emily’. PS3NG . ‘Bert’. draughtsman. male PS3NT ‘Jennifer’. PS3MG PS3MH PS3MJ PS3MK PS3ML 50+.266 J3L The Environment Digest. male PS3MV ‘George’. male ‘Richard’. PS3P0 PS3P1 PS3P2 PS3P3 PS3P4 PS3P5 PS3P6 PS3P7 sales person. female PS3NU ‘Dave’. male ‘Bill’. male ‘Danny’. male ‘John’. PS3MM . male 21+. racing coach. female sales person. male ‘Gill’. male PS3NK PS3NL PS3NM PS3NN PS3NP PS3NR 12. ‘Robert’. PS3PN PS3PP PS3PR PS3PS PS3PT . male PS3NW colonel. chief fire officer. male Sample containing about 10451 words speech recorded in public context J3U Friends Provident Insurance training session. male 24. female ‘Robert’. male . male ‘Joyce’. PS3N6 . Wright. male ‘Bob’. retired. female 21+. instructor. PS3NS . male salesman. instructor. List of works excerpted ‘Dave’. male colonel. female PS3NJ . female PS3MT ‘Tom’. male PS3MU . housewife. Martin (ed. male Sample containing about 6229 words speech recorded in business context J3P Shropshire County Council Social Services Committee: committee meeting. female ‘Roger’. female ‘Pam’. female J3RPS000 J3RPS001 J3RPS002 Sample containing about 5831 words speech recorded in business context J3W Royal Yachting Association annual general meeting. male PS3MN . male ‘George’. male PS3N8 ‘Mike’. male ‘Bill’. male PS3N9 . DE. male salesman. PS3M7 PS3M8 PS3M9 PS3MA PS3MB PS3MC PS3MD PS3ME PS3MF ‘Keith’. ‘Tracy’. Sample containing about 10452 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) J3M Garrick Society annual general meeting. male PS3MP ‘Mike’. male PS3MS . PS3P8 PS3P9 PS3PA PS3PB sales person. chief fire officer. male J3PPS000 Sample containing about 7627 words speech recorded in business context J3V Friends Provident Insurance training session. male PS3NH ‘Jennifer’. female 35. housewife. AB. male . male . DE. salesman. male PS3MR ‘Malcolm’. factory worker. bbc employee.

male . female . gardening expert. male . Longman. Sample containing about 30994 words from a book (domain: arts) The divided house.12. female . Raymond. Mary. Ecover. male . 1-109. Ian Allan Ltd. female J52 Sample containing about 6611 words speech recorded in leisure context J40 British Association of Industrial Editors . 51-105. male . Richard. female . London (1989). male ‘Neil’. UK (1984). female ‘Suzanne’. male J55 J56 Sample containing about 12888 words speech recorded in public context J42 West Sussex Council: Strategic Planning Committee meeting. New York (1984). female J53 J54 Sample containing about 6642 words speech recorded in business context J41 West Sussex Council: Strategic Planning Committee. male ‘John’. male PS3R2 radio presenter. UK (1986). PS3RB PS3RC PS3RD PS3RE PS3RF PS3RG PS3RH PS3RJ PS3RK . Sample containing about 43387 words from a book (domain: world affairs) The British polity. Benjamin. PS3R1 ‘Stefan’. Gp Capt T G. PS3RR PS3RS PS3RT PS3RU PS3RV PS3RW PS3RX PS3RY . male PS3R8 47. male PS3R6 ‘Frank’. PS3S0 . PS3S1 . male ‘Chris’. ‘Anne’. Philip. Langdon. Greenpeace. UK (1985). bnc worker. Nigel (eds.Edinburgh Internal Communications Group: informal meeting. female PS3R9 52. ‘Peter’. female PS3R5 ‘Walter’. Mahaddie. 11-88. The Design Council. Sample containing about 37078 words from a book (domain: world affairs) [Letter concerning control of industrial major accident hazards]. Sample containing about 672 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) Ecover bio-degradable household cleaning products. UK (1983). male PS3R4 ‘Daphne’. Sample containing about 507 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: world affairs) Against all odds. japanese teacher. Norton. radio presenter and gardening expert. F A Thorpe (Publishing) Ltd. national sailing coach. John Calder Ltd. male ‘Harold’.. ‘Susan’. Richard. ex bp public affairs. female . gardening expert.). female Sample containing about 7301 words speech recorded in business context J3Y Gardeners’ Question Time: radio programme. 3-101. List of works excerpted PS3PU PS3PV PS3PW PS3PX .p. Cross. male ‘Harold’. 1-236. male 267 J44 West Sussex Council: Highways Committee meeting. Sample containing about 1048 words of mis- . gardening expert. male J57 J59 Sample containing about 6599 words speech recorded in public context J43 West Sussex Council: Social Services Committee meeting. Longman. male ‘Cliff’. male . female PS3R3 ‘Fred’. gardening expert. Sample containing about 15960 words from a book (domain: arts) Hamish: the story of a pathfinder. Dawkins. female PS3RA 38. Sample containing about 46231 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) Design and society. u. ‘Tukuse’. Sample containing about 8077 words speech recorded in public context J5A J5B Sample containing about 3569 words speech recorded in public context The blind watchmaker. male Sample containing about 9590 words speech recorded in public context J45 West Sussex Council: Highways Committee meeting. Sample containing about 37548 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Peter Grimes: Gloriana. PS3R7 32. 769. scottish office executive. Britten. male ‘Jim’. male ‘Alan’.

ThomasKemp.. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 320 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5G Do you want to walk in safety in the countryside?.. Harlow (1993). Sample containing about 589 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) J5F Thank God someone’s making waves.p. Sample containing about 44591 words from a book (domain: social science) J6V Damages for personal injury and death (5th edition). Sample containing about 470 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5E 1992: aren’t you sick of it?.. David (ed. Sample containing about 44302 words from a book (domain: commerce) J6T Drafting commercial agreements. 1-110. Harlow (1993). Communist party. 1-115.268 cellanea (domain: leisure) J5C Why Bob Geldof thinks you should read the New Internationalist. David (ed.p. New Internationalist. Jonathan. Damages on deathSaunt. Longman Group UK Ltd. Greenpeace. 1-51. Christou. Harlow (1992). Richard. Kim. Sample containing about 263 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5M The London whale walk. Sample containing about 43923 words from a book (domain: social science) J6R Drafting business leases.)(5th edition). African National Congress. Greenpeace. the less you’re free to do. David(5th edition). Cooke. . 1-86. Sample containing about 22621 words from a book (domain: social science) J6W Damages for personal injury and death (5th edition). Bonney. Longman Group UK Ltd. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 554 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5D World peace. Sample containing about 40855 words from a book (domain: commerce) J6U County court practice handbook. 52-68. Blackford. Sample containing about 42064 words from a book (domain: social science) J6S Management buy-outs.)(5th edition). Harlow (1993). u. . Harlow (1993). Sample containing about 439 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5P [Correspondence concerning property purchase]. Charles. . Damages for nonpecuniary lossKemp. 69-100. Sample containing about 141 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5L [Fund-raising tandem trek sponsor form]. PeterKemp. National front. 18-143. My- 12. Longman Group UK Ltd. Communist party. Robert. Lewison. Harlow (1993). 1-99. Sample containing about 607 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5H Your Communist Euro candidate. Sample containing about 495 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5N ANC catalogue. 1-116. Harlow (1992). Sample containing about 398 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5K The more the Government does.. Pre-trial considerationsMantle. Kemp. Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 711 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) J5J Facing the future. Greenpeace. List of works excerpted ers.). Communist party. . Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 40476 words from a book (domain: social science) J6P Solicitors’ partnerships: the law in practice. David (ed. Harlow (1993). Longman Group UK Ltd. Sample containing about 839 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) J6N The acquisition of business assets. Harlow (1993). u. Darryl J. BDAFSA. Sample containing about 7236 words from a book (domain: social science) J6X Damages for personal injury and death (5th edition). Longman Group UK Ltd..

12. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 13309 words from a book (domain: social science) Dispute resolution: expert determination. Kendall, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 1-140. Sample containing about 48301 words from a book (domain: commerce) Futures trading law and regulation. Bonham, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 1-20. Sample containing about 7114 words from a book (domain: commerce) Futures trading law and regulation. Abrams, Charles, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 21-44. Sample containing about 9369 words from a book (domain: commerce) Futures trading law and regulation. Innes, Ros, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 45-68. Sample containing about 9896 words from a book (domain: commerce) Futures trading law and regulation. Frase, A R G, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 73-96. Sample containing about 9907 words from a book (domain: commerce) Futures trading law and regulation. Ottino, Peter, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 104-114. Sample containing about 4003 words from a book (domain: commerce) Know-how for personal injury lawyers. Walker, Ian, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 5-122. Sample containing about 31038 words from a book (domain: social science) Child protection law. Feldman, Linda, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 1-129. Sample containing about 43545 words from a book (domain: social science) Commercial leases: tenants’ amendments. Sweet, Robert, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 1-127. Sample containing about 43917 words from a book (domain: commerce) Media law. Robertson, Geoffrey, Long-

269 man Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990), 1-91. Sample containing about 44653 words from a book (domain: social science) Moeran’s practical conveyancing. Coates, R M, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991), 1-119. Sample containing about 42638 words from a book (domain: social science) Non-resident trusts. Soares, Patrick C, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 1-104. Sample containing about 46139 words from a book (domain: commerce) Restraint of trade and business secrets: law and practice. Mehigan, Simon, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991), 1-92. Sample containing about 45459 words from a book (domain: commerce) Drafting standard terms of trading. Bradgate, Robert, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991), 1-97. Sample containing about 45149 words from a book (domain: commerce) Sale and supply of goods. Davies, Iwan, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990), 1-90. Sample containing about 45824 words from a book (domain: commerce) Takeovers. Stedman, Graham, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993). Sample containing about 46463 words from a book (domain: commerce) Language and Literature Volume 1 No. Stockwell, Peter, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 79-98. 2 1992. Sample containing about 8211 words from a periodical (domain: arts) Language and Literature Volume 1 No. Green, Keith, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992). 2 1992. Sample containing about 5147 words from a periodical (domain: arts) Language and Literature Volume 1 No. Semino, Elena, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 135-140. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1991 words

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270 from a periodical (domain: arts) J7J Language and Literature Volume 1 No. Culpeper, Jonathan, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 141-143. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1346 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7K Language and Literature Volume 1 No. Bex, Tony, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 143-145. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1651 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7L Language and Literature Volume 1 No. Bellard-Thomson, Carol, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 146147. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1247 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7M Language and Literature Volume 1 No. Semino, Elena, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992), 147-150. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1571 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7P Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Nash, Walter, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 19-34. 1. Sample containing about 7135 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7R Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Black, Elizabeth, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 37-47. 1 1993. Sample containing about 5354 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7S Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Barney, Tom, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 49-59. 1 1993. Sample containing about 2627 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7T Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Tzanne, Angeliki, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 63-67. 1 1993. Sample containing about 1512 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7U Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Butler, Lance St John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 70-72. 1 1993. Sample containing about 1490 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7V Language and Literature Volume 2 No.

12. List of works excerpted McRae, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 75-76. 1 1993. Sample containing about 753 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7W Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Bennison, Neil, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 79-98. 2 1993. Sample containing about 9052 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7X Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Blakemore, Diane, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 101-119. 2 1993. Sample containing about 7642 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J7Y Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Downes, William, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 121-128. 2 1993. Sample containing about 3044 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J80 Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Wales, Katie, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 137-138. 2 1993. Sample containing about 1226 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J81 Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Green, Keith, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 138-139. 2 1993. Sample containing about 578 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J82 Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Cunico, Sonia, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 141-143. 2 1993. Sample containing about 1613 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J83 Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Semino, Elena, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 146-148. 2 1993. Sample containing about 1120 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J84 Language and Literature Volume 2 No. McCully, Chris, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 148-150. 2 1993. Sample containing about 1379 words from a periodical (domain: arts) J85 Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Clark, Billy, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 151-153. 2 1993. Sample containing about 1485 words from a

12. List of works excerpted periodical (domain: arts) Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Currie, Mark, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 183-195. 3 1993. Sample containing about 5165 words from a periodical (domain: arts) Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Soyland, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 225-227. 3 1993. Sample containing about 977 words from a periodical (domain: arts) Language and Literature Volume 2 No. Wales, Katie, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 227-231. 3 1993. Sample containing about 2489 words from a periodical (domain: arts) Language and Literature Volume 1 No. Simpson, Paul, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993), 47-65. 1 1992. Sample containing about 6876 words from a periodical (domain: arts) Audio Description Action Group: meeting.
PS3S2 PS3S3 PS3S4 PS3S5 PS3S6 30+, ‘Robert’, arts officer, male 30+, ‘Brian’, theatre manager, male 50+, ‘Iris’, audio services, female 30+, ‘Jane’, social worker, female 40+, ‘Cathy’, social worker, female

271 Sample containing about 11906 words speech recorded in leisure context J8J Drugs: television discussion.
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Sample containing about 4965 words speech recorded in leisure context J8K Bioenergetics: lecture.
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Sample containing about 6648 words speech recorded in educational context J8M Albert Gunter: sermon.
PS1RE ‘Albert’, minister, male

Sample containing about 2667 words speech recorded in public context J8Y Albert Gunter: sermon.
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Sample containing about 6706 words speech recorded in public context J90 Albert Gunter: sermon.
PS1S0 ‘Albert Gunter’, minister, male

Sample containing about 13750 words speech recorded in business context J8D Teachers’ conference: discussing tutorial programme.
PS3S7 40+, ‘Rod’, male J8DPS000 J8DPS001 J8DPS002 J8DPS003 J8DPS004

Sample containing about 5418 words speech recorded in public context J91 Maths tutorial.
PS3SR 50, ‘John’, tutor, male PS3SS 16, ‘Ruben’, student, male

Sample containing about 12156 words speech recorded in educational context J92 University of York Student Union Entertainments Committee meeting.
PS3ST PS3SU PS3SV PS3SW PS3SX PS3SY PS3T0 PS3T1 PS3T2 ‘Thomas’, student, male ‘Andy’, student, male ‘Dave’, student, male 23, ‘Pete’, student, male student, male ‘John’, student, male 19, ‘Becky’, student, female 19, ‘Chris’, student, male student, male

Sample containing about 20496 words speech recorded in educational context J8F Harlow Record Office - recollections of Harlow: interview.
PS1MU , female PS1MV 74, retired, female

Sample containing about 6769 words speech recorded in leisure context J8G Life in Harlow: interview by Harlow Study Centre.
PS1N3 , female PS1N4 electrical retailer, male PS1N5 , female

Sample containing about 7419 words speech recorded in business context J94 Nottingham University, Economics Dept.
PS3TJ lecturer, male PS3TK ‘Adrian’, student, male PS3TL ‘Helen’, student, female

272 Sample containing about 5028 words speech recorded in educational context J95 Nottingham University, Economics Dept.
PS3TN lecturer, male

12. List of works excerpted J9C Lincolnshire County Council: board meeting.
PS3UY ‘Graham’, chairman, All participants are work colleagues., male PS3V1 ‘Weller’, councillor PS3V3 ‘Wyle’, councillor PS3V5 ‘Noel’, male PS3V7 ‘Taylor’, councillor

Sample containing about 4366 words speech recorded in educational context J97 British Market Research Bureau monthly meeting.
PS3U2 PS3U3 PS3U4 PS3U5 PS3U6 PS3U7 PS3UA ‘John’, managing director, male ‘Stella’, director, female ‘John’, departmental chairman, male ‘Richard’, administrator, male ‘Alan’, director, male ‘Rita’, director, female ‘Caroline’, consultant, female

Sample containing about 3982 words speech recorded in public context J9D Lincolnshire: Board meeting.
PS3V9 chairman, All participants are work colleagues., male PS3VA ‘Graham’, male PS3VB ‘Burrel’, councillor, male PS3VC ‘Michael’, male PS3VD ‘Dodsworth’, male PS3VE ‘Foster’, female PS3VF ‘Golding’, female PS3VG ‘Chris’, male PS3VH ‘Hill’, councillor, male

Sample containing about 10869 words speech recorded in business context J98 Herts County Council: committee meeting.
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Sample containing about 15137 words speech recorded in public context J9E Lincolnshire: Board meeting.
PS3VU chairman, All participants are work colleagues., male

Sample containing about 425 words speech recorded in public context J99 Herts County Council: committee meeting.
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Sample containing about 399 words speech recorded in public context J9A Bushey Writing Group: poetry and prose writing.
PS3UF PS3UG PS3UH PS3UJ PS3UK PS3UL ‘Fred’, male ‘Janet’, female ‘Kath’, female ‘Peter’, male ‘Ann’, female ‘Cybil’, female

Sample containing about 12750 words speech recorded in educational context J9B Lincolnshire County Council: board meeting.
PS3UM ‘Graham’, chairman, All participants are work colleagues., male PS3UN ‘Paul’, male PS3UP ‘Weller’, councillor PS3UR ‘Morbey’, councillor PS3US ‘Wyle’, councillor PS3UW ‘Taylor’, councillor

Sample containing about 430 words speech recorded in public context J9F Bradford Metropolitan Council: meeting. Sample containing about 3728 words speech recorded in public context J9G Bradford Metropolitan Council: meeting. Sample containing about 6086 words speech recorded in public context J9H Bradford Metropolitan Council: meeting. Sample containing about 5465 words speech recorded in public context J9J Bradford Metropolitan Council: meeting. Sample containing about 4195 words speech recorded in public context J9K Bradford Metropolitan Council: meeting. Sample containing about 7058 words speech recorded in public context J9L Bradford Metropolitan Council: meeting. Sample containing about 6959 words speech recorded in public context J9M Leicestershire County Council: council chambers.
PS3WK chairman, All participants are work colleagues., male PS3WL ‘Roberts’, councillor, male PS3WM ‘Ryan’, councillor, male PS3WN ‘Clements’, councillor PS3WP ‘Parsons’, councillor

Sample containing about 14970 words speech recorded in public context

12. List of works excerpted
PS3WR PS3WS PS3WT PS3WU ‘Buxton’, councillor ‘Avanby’, councillor ‘Pritcher’, councillor ‘Radford’, councillor PS3XT 20+, ‘Mr Christopher Timothy’, legal representative, for Wood Framton, male

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Sample containing about 17200 words speech recorded in public context J9N MFI interim figures presentation: press announcement.
PS3XC 55+, ‘Derek’, chairman of the board, AB, male PS3XD 40+, ‘John’, financial director, male J9NPS000 J9NPS001 J9NPS002 J9NPS003 J9NPS004 J9NPS005

Sample containing about 11025 words speech recorded in public context J9T EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall, day 5, morning session: public county council planning meeting.
PS3Y4 50+, ‘Mr E Barnett’, department of the environment adjudicator, Chairperson., male PS3Y5 40+, ‘Mr Peter Davies’, solicitor, for North Yorkshire County Council, male PS3Y6 40+, ‘D Whittaker’, senior inspector, female PS3Y7 35+, ‘Roy Donson’, legal representative, for House Builders’ Federation, male PS3Y8 30+, ‘Mr Malcolm Spittle’, legal representative, for North Yorkshire County Council, male PS3Y9 30+, ‘Mr P Brighton’, solicitor, male PS3YA 50+, ‘Mr Terry Heselton’, legal representative, for Selby District Council, male PS3YB 30+, ‘Mr J Cunnane’, solicitor, representing Sam Smiths Tadcaster Brewery, male PS3YC 30+, ‘Mr R Girt’, legal representative, for Leeds City Council, male

Sample containing about 5002 words speech recorded in business context J9P Charity committee meeting.
PS3XE 26, ‘Wendy’, charity administrator, female PS3XF 56, ‘Emmy’, founder and managing director of charity., female J9PPS000 J9PPS001 J9PPS002 J9PPS003 J9PPS004 J9PPS005

Sample containing about 16246 words speech recorded in public context J9R Technical meeting.
PS3XG 40, ‘Dr Rob Fletcher’, computer support department administrator, male PS3XH 26, ‘Aaron Turner’, computer technician, Speaks (fascinatingly) with both a stammer and a stutter., male

Sample containing about 21019 words speech recorded in public context J9U EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall, day 5, afternoon session: public county council planning meeting.
PS3YR 50+, ‘Mr E Barnett’, department of the environment adjudicator, Chairperson., male PS3YS 30+, ‘Mr Mills’, legal representative, male PS3YT 40+, ‘Mr G Arrowsmith’, solicitor, male PS3YU 50+, ‘Mr W Terry Byrne’, legal representative, for local Residents’ Association, male PS3YV 30+, ‘Mr D Allenby’, legal representative, for Harrogate Borough Council, male PS3YW 40+, ‘D Whittaker’, senior department of the environment inspector, female PS3YX ‘Mr Alan Williams’, legal representative, for North Yorkshire County Council., male

Sample containing about 2637 words speech recorded in public context J9S EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall, day 5, evening session: public county council planning meeting.
PS3XJ 50+, ‘Mr E Barnett’, department of the environment adjudicator, Chairperson., male PS3XK 30+, ‘Mr R Girt’, legal representative, for Leeds City Council, male PS3XL 45+, ‘Mr Michael Courcier’, solicitor, male PS3XM 40+, ‘Mr Peter Davies’, legal representative, for North Yorkshire County Council, male PS3XN 20+, ‘Miss Fiona Firth’, solicitor, female PS3XP 30+, ‘Mr Paul Brighton’, solicitor, male PS3XR 60+, ‘Mr George Whip’, legal representative, for Flaxton Parish Council, male PS3XS 40+, ‘D Whittaker’, senior department of the environment inspector, female

Sample containing about 27270 words speech recorded in public context J9V EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall, day 7, morning session: public county council planning meeting.
J9VPS000 J9VPS001 J9VPS002 J9VPS003 J9VPS004 J9VPS005 J9VPS006 J9VPS007 J9VPS008

274 Sample containing about 18554 words speech recorded in public context J9X Job interview.
PS40G 54, ‘Rod’, professional interviewer, male PS40H 46, ‘Ron’, salesman, Interviewee., male

12. List of works excerpted JA6 Meeting.
PS418 PS419 PS41A PS41B 50+, ‘Tom’, male 25+, male 60+, ‘Adrian’, male 30+, ‘David’, male

Sample containing about 11886 words speech recorded in business context J9Y Job interview.
PS40J 54, ‘Rod’, professional interviewer, male PS40K 41, ‘Douglas’, salesperson, Interviewee, male

Sample containing about 4907 words speech recorded in business context JA8 French conversation class.
PS41E PS41F PS41G PS41H PS41J PS41K PS41L PS41M PS41N 45, ‘Mrs J Long’, schoolteacher, female 9, ‘Phillip’, school pupil, male 9, ‘Kieran’, school pupil, male 9, ‘Richard’, school pupil, male 9, ‘Christopher’, school pupil, male 9, ‘Katrina’, school pupil, female 9, ‘Josephone’, school pupil, female 9, ‘Stacey’, school pupil, female 9, ‘Lee’, school pupil, male

Sample containing about 10917 words speech recorded in business context JA0 Interview.
PS40L 54, ‘Rod’, professional interviewer, male PS40M 33, ‘Patrick’, salesperson, Interviewee, male

Sample containing about 9141 words speech recorded in business context JA1 Interview.
PS40N 54, ‘Rod’, professional interviewer, male PS40P 38, ‘Lynda’, salesperson, Interviewee, female

Sample containing about 2373 words speech recorded in educational context JA9 Local Government Ombudsman office: planning meeting.
PS41Y 30+, ‘Anita’, team leader, female PS420 26, ‘Graham’, assistant administrator, male PS421 30+, ‘Rob’, team leader, male PS422 40+, ‘Richard’, team leader, male PS423 50+, transport organizer, female PS424 50+, ‘David’, administrator, Chairing meeting, male PS425 40+, ‘Marlene’, team leader, female PS426 20+, ‘Karen’, female

Sample containing about 8150 words speech recorded in business context JA2 Interview.
PS40R 54, ‘Rod’, professional interviewer, male PS40S 53, ‘Trevor’, salesperson, male

Sample containing about 10857 words speech recorded in business context JA3 Interview.
PS40T 54, ‘Rod’, professional interviewer, male PS40U 46, ‘Richard’, salesperson, Interviewee., male

Sample containing about 14128 words speech recorded in business context JAA Science demonstration lesson.
PS427 34, ‘Mr H A Redfern’, schoolteacher, male PS428 40+, ‘Mrs Trinder’, schoolteacher, or nonteaching assistant., female PS429 9, ‘Chris’, school pupil, male PS42A 9, ‘Louise’, school pupil, female PS42B 9, ‘Jennifer’, school pupil, female PS42C 9, ‘Phillip’, school pupil, male PS42D 9, ‘Jody’, school pupil, female PS42E 9, ‘Alan’, school pupil, male PS42F 9, ‘Steven’, school pupil, male

Sample containing about 7970 words speech recorded in business context JA4 Interview.
PS40V 54, ‘Rod’, professional interviewer, male PS40W 41, ‘Robert’, salesperson, Interviewee., male

Sample containing about 13568 words speech recorded in business context JA5 Southwell Parish Council: meeting of parish council for small town.
PS40X PS40Y PS410 PS411 PS412 PS413 PS414 PS415 30+, ‘Lynn’, Chairperson, female 30+, ‘Steve’, Clerk, male 45+, ‘David’, male 45+, ‘Roger’, businessman, male 45+, ‘Christine’, female 60+, ‘Madeleine’, female 50+, ‘Stuart’, male 50+, ‘Peter’, male

Sample containing about 4687 words speech recorded in educational context JAB Classroom history lead session.
PS42V 45+, ‘P Lynch’, schoolteacher, female PS42W 9, ‘Kieran’, school pupil, male PS42X 9, ‘Daisy’, school pupil, female PS42Y 9, ‘Jennifer’, school pupil, female PS430 9, ‘Katrina’, school pupil, female PS431 9, ‘Phillip’, school pupil, male PS432 9, ‘Adam’, school pupil, male PS433 51, ‘Mr Rose’, retired music teacher, Making recording., male

Sample containing about 9639 words speech recorded in public context

Sample containing about 2235 words speech recorded in educational context

male PS43B 20+. morning session: public county council planning meeting. ‘Mr Les Saunders’. male PS44Y ‘York’. councillor. for Selby District Council. no further information given. for Montague Evans. ‘Mr David Allenby’. PS44B PS44C PS44D PS44F PS44G PS44H PS44J PS44K councillor. male Sample containing about 1066 words speech recorded in business context JJD Bradford Metropolitan Council: debate. male PS436 40+. ‘Mr E Barnett’. ‘Mr David Potter’. male PS444 50. female PS43C 30+. no further information given. female Sample containing about 5819 words speech recorded in business context JJ6 Nottingham University: lecture. for Leeds City Council. technical leader. ‘Mr David Potter’. for Richmondshire District Council. councillor. Interviewee. male PS43U 40+. male PS435 50+. ‘Miss D Whittaker’. ‘Mr Steel’. ‘Mr E Barnett’. male PS44X councillor. male PS439 35+. male PS44U councillor PS44V ‘Tony’. male PS448 ‘Bill’. legal representative. male 275 Sample containing about 2836 words speech recorded in educational context JJ7 Training session. female PS438 30+. male PS43R 50+. male PS43A 40+. male PS43T 50+. male ‘Tony’. male Sample containing about 10866 words speech recorded in public context JAD EIP meeting at Strensall. legal representative. male Sample containing about 10312 words speech recorded in public context JJA Hertfordshire County Council: Environment Committee meeting. legal representative. for York City Council. for J C Cunnane Associates. ‘Professor David Lock’. trainer. male PS43N 40+. male councillor. no further information given. for North Yorkshire County Council. male Sample containing about 9455 words speech recorded in public context JJC Estate agency: interview. no further information given. PS434 50+. legal representative. PS443 54. legal representative. councillor. afternoon session: public county council planning meeting. legal representative. male PS43M 40+. interviewer. department of the environment senior inspector. male councillor. ‘Mr Ken Williamson’. no further information given. ‘Mr Terry Heselton’. male ‘York’. further information not given. PS44R councillor. for David Lock Associates. for David Lock Associates. male PS44T chairman. legal representative. department of the environment senior inspector. Sample containing about 8346 words speech recorded in public context JJE Bradford Metropolitan Council: debate. female PS43P 40+. legal representative. AB. female Sample containing about 21570 words speech recorded in public context JAE Interview. male councillor. department of the environment adjudicator. legal representative. PS45K estate agent. legal representative. male PS43L 30+. PS445 lecturer. legal representative. ‘Mr David Curtis’. salesperson. ‘Maggie’. male PS450 councillor. councillor. PS43K 50+. ‘Professor David Lock’. PS44A no respondent information given JJ8PS000 Sample containing about 7139 words speech recorded in business context JJ9 Hertfordshire County Council: Environment Committee meeting. male PS449 ‘Rosie’. for Harrogate District Council. male PS437 40+. for Harrogate Civic Society. for North Yorkshire County Council. day 6. legal representative. male councillor. male PS44W councillor. ‘Miss D Whittaker’. for Department of the Environment. female Sample containing about 10802 words speech recorded in business context JJ8 Commercial Union: training session. ‘Mr Joe Cunnane’. male chairman. male PS43S 30+. for North Yorkshire County Council. List of works excerpted JAC EIP meeting at Strensall. legal representative. male PS447 ‘John’. Sample containing about 7834 words speech recorded in public context . ‘Mr Laycock’. ‘Miss Fiona Firth’. ‘Mr Dave Girt’. male PS45L buyer. legal representative. department of the environment adjudicator. day 6. male PS44S councillor.12. ‘Rod’. PS446 ‘David’.

judge. Sample containing about 3960 words speech recorded in public context JJG Wiltshire County Council: committee meeting. pupil. male ‘Drake’. pupil. female ‘Bate’. female PS47K teacher. PS47D lecturer. male Sample containing about 11473 words speech recorded in business context JJR Bacons College: lesson. male ‘John’. PS46G further information not given. pupil. police inspector. pupil. male PS45R no further information provided. AB. female Sample containing about 12295 words speech recorded in public context JJW O’Halloran v. male ‘Denser’. male ‘Maggie’. female PS46Y pupil. PS48D judge. no further information given. PS46V lecturer. no further information provided. no further information. female PS47H ‘David’. male PS47J pupil. List of works excerpted PS46X ‘Louisa’. male PS473 ‘Stuart’. police superintendent. Sample containing about 12387 words speech recorded in public context JJU Whiteside v. male PS47F teacher. AB. no further information provided. PS47X ‘Hidden’. male Sample containing about 15919 words speech recorded in educational context JJN Bristol University history department: seminar. PS45P ‘Cole’. male PS47E ‘Berkam’. female PS472 ‘Daniel’. male ‘Michael’. no further information given. police superintendent.276 JJF Bradford Metropolitan Council: debate. PS480 PS481 PS482 PS483 PS484 PS485 PS486 PS487 ‘Drake’. male PS45Y no further information provided. judge. no further information given PS46W pupil. pupil. male PS474 ‘Clair’. male PS45X ‘Caplan’. female PS47G no further information given. PS46K ‘Philip’. instructor. no further information given. male PS48E counsel. pupil. PS46N PS46R PS46T PS46U saleswoman. male ‘Isles’. male ‘Michael’. male PS45S ‘Coleman’. male 12. female PS471 ‘Tisha’. judge PS47Y barrister. male ‘Denser’. AB. no further information provided. no further information given. female salesman. no further information provided. PS488 PS489 PS48A PS48B PS48C ‘Michael’. no further information given . pupil. instructor. male PS45W ‘Okinson’. no further information given. male Sample containing about 10288 words speech recorded in educational context JJT Whiteside v. male PS45V ‘Pager’. police sergeant. male PS45U ‘Chalk’. police sergeant. male ‘Cox’. barrister. male ‘Elaine’. female PS470 pupil. detective constable. no further information provided. male Sample containing about 11531 words speech recorded in public context JJX Hearing. no further information given. male PS47L pupil PS47M teacher Sample containing about 19668 words speech recorded in public context JJH Tarmac Construction Ltd training session. no further information provided. female Sample containing about 2954 words speech recorded in educational context JJS Bacons College: lesson. no further information given. male PS45T ‘Small’. PS46M no further information given JJNPS000 Sample containing about 14229 words speech recorded in educational context JJP Friends Provident Insurance: training session. female ‘Clive’. PS46H no further respondent information given Sample containing about 70 words speech recorded in educational context JJL Student seminar on absolute egalitarianism in China. no further information provided. male Sample containing about 13120 words speech recorded in public context JJV O’Halloran v. no further information given. female Sample containing about 14851 words speech recorded in business context JJJ Bristol University: training session. male ‘Martin’.

12. Training session includes a five minute written exerciseand thirty minute video lecture. PS48G no further respondent information given JJYPS000 JJYPS001 Sample containing about 4963 words speech recorded in public context JK0 Royal Courts: hearing. male ‘Stuart’. female PS4AK ‘June’. male PS4AM ‘Ilias’. pupil. . PS4AS 30. male PS4B1 ‘Ilias’. tutor. teacher. female PS4AL ‘Philip’. PS48H no further information given JK0PS000 JK0PS001 JK0PS002 JK0PS003 Sample containing about 10708 words speech recorded in business context JK8 Abbey Life introduction course: training. sales executive. male ‘Edward’. PS48L 60. sales executive. trainee. male ‘Graham’. male PS4AH ‘Sue’. trainee.the whole truth?: seminar. trainer. trainer. trainee. student. male PS4AG ‘Gerald’. trainee. trainee. AB. student. male Sample containing about 7104 words speech recorded in educational context JK5 Trinity School: classroom interaction. sales executive.Occasional use of viewgraph projections and flip chart in demonstration answers. ‘Carol’. female ‘Lawrence’. pupil. male PS4AV ‘Gerald’. student. male board. PS49U PS49V PS49W PS49X PS49Y PS4A0 PS4A1 PS4A2 PS4A3 ‘Rachael’. student. female PS4BE ‘Philip’. Occasional use of viewgraph projections and flip chart in demonstration answers. female ‘Stephen’. male ‘Michael’. Quiz style session with scores recorded on black- Sample containing about 6215 words speech recorded in business context JN8 Northern Development Company: meeting. male PS4BA ‘Gerald’. pupil. trainee. List of works excerpted PS48F no further information given. PS4AD 30. sales executive. male 277 Sample containing about 6396 words speech recorded in public context JJY High Court of Justice: hearing. male Sample containing about 8802 words speech recorded in educational context JK2 The anthem of nations: seminar. sales executive. AB. male ‘Brett’. trainer. trainee. male PS4B9 ‘John’. DE. pupil. pupil. trainee. pupil. female ‘Paul’. PS4B7 30. training seesions. male ‘Lisa’. male Sample containing about 9396 words speech recorded in business context JK9 Abbey Life introduction course: training. PS495 PS496 PS497 PS498 PS499 PS49A PS49B PS49C PS49D ‘Dexter’. tutor. trainer. trainee. janet. male sales executive. male Sample containing about 10352 words speech recorded in business context JN6 Air UK sales meeting. female ‘Catherine’. male PS4BB ‘Sue’.. male Sample containing about 13037 words speech recorded in public context JK1 Scientific research . female PS4B0 ‘Philip’. . male PS4AU ‘John’. male PS4AF ‘John’. trainee. PS4BK PS4BL PS4BM PS4BN ‘Gary’. student. PS4BP PS4BR PS4BS PS4BT PS4BU sales executive. male ‘Nicholas’. female PS4BC ‘Janet’. trainee. trainee. female ‘Claire’. ‘Rolf’. pupil. sales executive. training seesions. male ‘Brett’. student. ‘Carol’. male ‘David’. female PS4AX ‘Janet’. DE. male ‘James’. janet. ‘Carol’. pupil. trainee. female PS4B8 ‘David’. male ‘Mike’. . student. female PS4AJ ‘Janet’. trainee. pupil. student. male PS4BF ‘Ilias’. PS48R ‘Colin’. female ‘Evelyn’. male ‘Stuart’. male ‘Mike’. female PS4AE ‘David’. male ‘Martina’. male PS4AW ‘Sue’. trainee. male ‘Craig’. female PS4AT ‘David’. trainee. male Sample containing about 10998 words speech recorded in educational context JK6 Classroom interaction. male Sample containing about 3964 words speech recorded in educational context JK7 Abbey Life introduction course: training. sales executive. male PS48P ‘Colin’. male ‘Daniel’. male Sample containing about 16742 words speech recorded in business context JN7 Air UK sales meeting. trainee.

male PS4EP ‘Mike’. female PS4DJ ‘Neil’. male PS4CA ‘Bury’. lawyer. male PS4C6 ‘Setchfield’. no further information given. male Sample containing about 10008 words speech recorded in public context JNH Annual general meeting. no further information given. male PS4EV treasurer. male PS4DG ‘Ian’. male PS4DN ‘Stuart’. List of works excerpted PS4E3 ‘Sally’. male PS4DH ‘Lisa’. male PS4DC ‘Kathy’. no further information given.278 PS4BV no further information given JN8PS000 12. male PS4E0 ‘Caroline’. female PS4EH ‘Janet’. male PS4E5 no further information given. PS4DK ‘Beaumont’. chair. area rep. male PS4ER ‘Mark’. male PS4DY ‘Michael’. chair. actress. female PS4C8 ‘Beale’. police officer. male PS4CC ‘Howard’. chairman. female PS4E1 ‘Princess Anne’. no further information given PS4EW ‘Judy’. female PS4EM ‘Ismar’. male Sample containing about 10379 words speech recorded in public context JNG Save The Children: meeting. male PS4C9 ‘Joranpucher’. police officer. male PS4DS ‘Brendan’. female PS4E4 no further information given. no further information given. news reporter. no further information given. male PS4DR ‘Gary’. male Sample containing about 5265 words speech recorded in business context JNJ Annual general meeting. no further information given. no further information given. no further information given. male PS4DE ‘Marcus’. male PS4DU court official. no further information given. female PS4DD ‘Lee’. chair. PS4C4 no further information given. director general. no further information given. female PS4EL ‘Elise’. no further information given. male PS4DP ‘Louis’. PS4EU ‘President’. no further information given. director. police officer. male Sample containing about 5493 words speech recorded in business context JNK Annual general meeting. no further information given. male PS4C5 ‘Taylor’. no further information given. no further information given. female PS4EX ‘Samantha’. no further information given. PS4ET no further information given JNJPS000 JNJPS001 JNJPS002 JNJPS003 JNJPS004 JNJPS005 JNJPS006 JNJPS007 Sample containing about 13435 words speech recorded in business context JNE High Court of Justice: hearing. female PS4E2 ‘Patricia’. no further information given. male Sample containing about 1437 words speech recorded in business context JNB Leicestershire County Council: debate. male Sample containing about 11349 words speech recorded in public context JNF Save The Children: meeting. female PS4EJ ‘Kathy’. no further information given. princess. no further information given. shop leader. no further information given. female PS4C7 ‘Beale’. no further information given. female PS4EK ‘Jacquie’. no further information given. female PS4CB ‘Willmott’. female PS4EY ‘Simon’. PS4ES no further information given JNHPS000 JNHPS001 JNHPS002 JNHPS003 JNHPS004 Sample containing about 17325 words speech recorded in public context JND Training session. student. PS4EG ‘Sally’. male PS4DL judge. no further information given. male PS4DT lawyer. shop manageress. no further information given. female PS4EN ‘Nicholas’. police officer. PS4DW ‘Bill’. Sample containing about 5819 words speech recorded in business context . female Sample containing about 13766 words speech recorded in business context JNL National Council for Voluntary Organisations annual general meeting. male PS4DX ‘Mike’. PS4DB no further information given. police officer. male PS4DF ‘Greg’. male PS4DM ‘Bates’.

male Sample containing about 1353 words speech recorded in business context JNV Interview at TEC. ‘Sarah’. group captain. Delegate.. Presenting seminar. ‘John’. retired music teacher. Client. solicitor. business advisor. PS4G8 45. ‘J Marsden’. male ‘Mr Fremantle’. Delegate. male ‘Neville’ ‘Campbell’. male PS4GD ‘Ian’. Delegate. AB. ‘John’. male Sample containing about 2811 words speech recorded in business context JP0 Meeting. male PS4GF 51. male PS4G4 40. male PS4GT ‘Shane’. List of works excerpted JNM House of Commons Select Committee for Defence: meeting. no further information given. ‘Neville’. male ‘Mr Rowan’. PS4GC 51. no further information given. male ‘Jane Warner’. female PS4FL ‘Ron’. PS4FF chairman. male PS4GK 51. male ‘Michael’. male PS4GJ 25+. male PS4FJ ‘John’. salesperson. Householder. male ‘Evans’.. male PS4G6 20. male ‘Michael’. medical consultant. PS4GU ‘S Williams’. male PS4FM ‘Jim’.12. male PS4FN ‘Michael’. ‘Gill’. PS4FW 50+. ‘John’. male PS4FG ‘Ken’. ‘John’. male PS4FY medical consultant. ‘Neville’. ‘Neville’. director general. male Sample containing about 1504 words speech recorded in business context JNU Consultation with solicitor. Householder. male Sample containing about 7085 words speech recorded in business context JNY Sales pitch. male Sample containing about 2558 words speech recorded in business context JNW Interview at TEC. male PS4GB 51. Delegate PS4G1 medical consultant. PS4GS ‘John’. AB. no further information given. male PS4FK ‘Gay’. PS4GH 51. PS4GE 51. medical consultant. music teacher. member of parliament. PS4F5 PS4F6 PS4F7 PS4F8 PS4F9 PS4FA PS4FB PS4FC PS4FD ‘Gordon’. PS4GA business advisor. salesperson. female PS4GG 35. solicitor. male PS4FX 40+. male . male PS4G2 medical consultant. female Sample containing about 9823 words speech recorded in public context JNR Seminar presentation at conference. male PS4G9 30. male Sample containing about 10858 words speech recorded in public context JNP House of Commons Select Committee for Social Security: committee meeting. male Sample containing about 13241 words speech recorded in business context JP1 Meeting. male ‘Peter’. Sample containing about 5699 words speech recorded in business context JP2 Meeting. male PS4GV ‘T Fremantle’. male Sample containing about 4763 words speech recorded in business context JNT Consultation with solicitor. male ‘Nicholas’. retired music teacher. Householder. no further information given. PS4G3 45. no further information given. PS4GL PS4GM PS4GN PS4GP PS4GR ‘Mr Poole’. male ‘Winston’. male ‘Gordon’ ‘John’. male PS4G0 medical consultant. Speaks very little. music teacher. female 279 Sample containing about 8317 words speech recorded in public context JNN House of Commons Select Committee for Defence: meeting. PS4F0 PS4F1 PS4F2 PS4F3 PS4F4 ‘Perry’. ‘Geoffrey’. ‘Markus’. Householder. no further information given. unemployed. no further information given.. female Sample containing about 5370 words speech recorded in business context JNX Sales pitch. manager. ‘Gill’.. male ‘Bruce’. manager. Chairperson. female ‘Mr Ingall’. male Sample containing about 1657 words speech recorded in educational context JNS Consultation with solicitor. male PS4FP ‘Jane’. Client. solicitor. no further information given. retired music teacher. no further information given. male ‘White’. female PS4G7 50+. male PS4FH ‘Malcolm’. AB. male PS4G5 45. retired music teacher. Client and main speaker.

no further information given solicitor. ‘Helen’. male Sample containing about 5359 words speech recorded in educational context JP7 York Green Party business meeting: local politics. Newsletter editor.280 Sample containing about 587 words speech recorded in business context JP3 Meeting. PS4GW ‘John’. no further information given usher. PS4HA lecturer. no further information given Sample containing about 19412 words speech recorded in business context JSC Royal Courts: hearing. male JS9PS000 JS9PS001 JS9PS002 JS9PS003 JS9PS004 Sample containing about 11185 words speech recorded in educational context JP5 Tutorial lesson. male PS4GX ‘Shane’. no further information given. lecturer. manager. no further information given. ‘Andy’. female PS4KP ‘Alex’. PS4H1 50. PS4KC PS4KD PS4KF PS4KG judge. ‘Ste (yes. male JS7PS000 JS7PS001 JS7PS002 JS7PS003 JS7PS004 JS7PS005 JS7PS006 Sample containing about 8101 words speech recorded in public context JSD Coopers and Lybrand: seminar. ‘John’. PS4H3 35+. male PS4KK no further information given PS4KL no further information given PS4KM no further information given. male Sample containing about 21009 words speech recorded in public context JSA Tarmac Construction: training session. no further information given Sample containing about 2721 words speech recorded in educational context JS7 Herts County Council Environment Committee meeting: debate. ‘Ruben’. male ‘Tony’. male PS4JC ‘Chalk’. male 25+. male ‘Bob’. PS4H4 PS4H5 PS4H6 PS4H7 PS4H8 PS4H9 32. male ‘Gordon’. male Sample containing about 3304 words speech recorded in educational context JP6 Computers lecture. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 2428 words speech recorded in business context JP4 Tutorial lesson. male PS4HC ‘Charles’. manager. male ‘John’. tutor. male 26. male 40+. no further information given. ‘Bob’. male PS4JD ‘Okinson’. female PS4KN ‘Paula’. male JS8PS003 JS8PS004 JS8PS005 JS8PS006 12. PS4KJ ‘Andrew’. councillor. male Sample containing about 13388 words speech recorded in business context JP8 Training session. male PS4H0 18. tutor. male 30+. nursery nurse. female 28. no further information given. PS4HB councillor. male PS4H2 16. PS4KH no further information given Sample containing about 4607 words speech recorded in business context JSE J. ‘Neil’. councillor. male ‘Mike’. ‘Andy’. PS4JX PS4JY PS4K0 PS4K1 PS4K2 PS4K3 PS4K4 PS4K5 PS4K6 trainer. ‘Sara’. Secretary. male PS4JB ‘Small’. male JS8PS000 JS8PS001 JS8PS002 Sainsbury: seminar. school student. male Sample containing about 13571 words speech recorded in public context JS8 Herts County Council Environment committee: debate. PS4GY 50. PS4HX ‘Tyler’. male ‘Sarah’. Coordinator. Ste)’. male ‘Jeff’. no further information given solicitor. Sample containing about 3758 words speech recorded in educational context . female Sample containing about 13359 words speech recorded in public context JS9 Wiltshire County Council: committee meeting. female ‘Rob’. ‘John’. PS4JA ‘Coleman’. male PS4KR ‘Tony’. DE.

student. male Sample containing about 6304 words speech recorded in educational context JSU St Dominic’s: training session. female PS4RJ ‘Cassandra’. male PS4LT ‘Heal’. member of parliament. female PS4RE ‘Martin’. female PS4RC ‘Michelle’. student. student. female Sample containing about 17206 words speech recorded in business context JST St Dominic’s: training session. member of parliament. male PS4LG ‘Holn’. member of parliament. female PS4RN ‘Francesca’. member of parliament. male PS4LH ‘Morgan’. (background chatter. female PS4RB student. female Sample containing about 18302 words speech recorded in public context JSK Durham University: politics lecture. ‘Peter’. member of parliament. PS4RK teacher. member of parliament. PS4RA teacher. member of parliament. male Sample containing about 9040 words speech recorded in educational context . speaker of the house of commons. lecturer. member of parliament. no further respondent information given. member of parliament. male PS4NA ‘Macintosh’. student. female PS4KX ‘Wilson’. student. PS4N7 ‘Montgomery’. sales executive. PS4KS ‘Betty’. PS4SF 31. student. male PS4KY ‘Banks’. member of parliament. ‘Jack’. student. male PS4N8 ‘Maloy’. male PS4L1 ‘Mickey’. Sample containing about 6233 words speech recorded in educational context Sample containing about 4197 words speech recorded in educational context JSY Lecture on statistics. ‘Barker’. male PS4LC ‘Taylor’. female 30. ‘Jane’. member of parliament. telesales person. speaker of the house of commons. speaker of the house of commons. ‘Linda’. male PS4KU ‘Winnick’. student. member of parliament. male PS4LF ‘Taylor’. female ‘Catherine’. male 30. PS4SG 31. male PS4LE ‘Shepherd’. member of parliament. female JSTPS000 Sample containing about 20140 words speech recorded in public context JSH House of Commons debate. member of parliament. female PS4KW ‘Gilfore’. telesales person. male 281 JSN TNT Express: Team focus training session. male PS4LX ‘Savers’. PS4NE PS4NF PS4NG PS4NH PS4NJ PS4NK PS4NL PS4NM PS4NN 58. member of parliament. male 30. ‘Barker’. female PS4RG ‘Stacey’. PS4R4 PS4R5 PS4R6 PS4R7 PS4R8 PS4R9 teacher. ‘Whitwerth’. AB. female ‘Michael’. sales executive Sample containing about 21868 words speech recorded in public context JSG House of Commons debate. male PS4LV ‘James’. member of parliament. student. with. no further information given. male . male PS4LY ‘Brazier’. female PS4RM student. member of parliament. male PS4RF ‘Lucy’. ‘Mary’. male Sample containing about 4696 words speech recorded in educational context JSV St Dominic’s: training session. female PS4LS ‘Jones’.12. PS4LP ‘Betty’. female PS4LR ‘Gillan’. List of works excerpted JSF House of Commons debate. male PS4RL ‘Alison’. member of parliament. male ‘Anne’. male PS4N9 ‘Payton’. PS4LA deputy speaker of the house of commons. ‘Mark’. member of parliament. female 30. female 30. trainer. female Sample containing about 12000 words speech recorded in public context JSJ House of Lords: debate. female PS4KT ‘Riddock’. male PS4KV ‘Mead’. male 30. no further information given. member of parliament. member of parliament. male PS4LJ ‘Betty’. member of parliament. member of parliament. female PS4RP ‘Richard’. male PS4LD ‘Jenkins’. member of parliament. Sample containing about 6183 words speech recorded in educational context JSM Durham University: politics lecture. ‘Dave’. female ‘Claire’. male PS4RS ‘Margaret’. male PS4L0 ‘Cryer’. female PS4RD ‘Elizabeth’. male PS4LW ‘Palsey’. female 30. student. female PS4LB ‘Spicer’. member of parliament. male Sample containing about 10568 words speech recorded in educational context JT0 Aston University: social science lecture. student. male PS4LU ‘Lloyd’. telesales person. ‘Matt’. Sample containing about 9750 words speech recorded in educational context JSL Durham University: politics lecture. lecturer. male 30. female PS4RH ‘Laura’. sales executive. telesales person. member of parliament.

male Sample containing about 13318 words speech recorded in business context JT4 John Ruskin Sixth Form College: lecture. student. Vice chairperson. ‘Lynne’. male 30+. sound recordist. male ‘Nihal’. male ‘Tanya’. student. male ‘Morgan’. male PS4UU 30+. List of works excerpted head of council. male PS4UY . ‘Mandy’. female Sample containing about 8653 words speech recorded in educational context JT3 Abbey Life: training session. student. councillor. councillor. manager. male PS4SY ‘Mike’. male PS4V0 . male PS4U2 PS4U3 PS4U4 PS4U5 PS4U6 PS4U7 PS4U8 PS4U9 PS4UA 12. ‘Pete?’. secretary. female PS4VH 60+. councillor. male PS4US 30+. councillor. female Sample containing about 12104 words speech recorded in public context JT8 [Local Council meeting]. student. male . male Sample containing about 11919 words speech recorded in educational context JT5 Abbey Life: training session. female Sample containing about 10147 words speech recorded in educational context JT2 John Ruskin Sixth Form College: lecture. female head of council. male ‘Sam’. male ‘Anthony’. ‘Ray’. councillor. councillor. male ‘JO’. councillor. male Sample containing about 10958 words speech recorded in business context JTB Managerial Meeting. female PS4VC 60+. councillor. Sample containing about 10918 words speech recorded in educational context JT7 [Local Council meeting]. male PS4VE 50+. male ‘Evans’. male PS4UT 30+. PS4UJ 30. female ‘Edwards’. student. ‘Lynne’. student. female . ‘Arnold Bower’. Chairperson. male ‘Martin’. councillor. PS4SJ PS4SK PS4SL PS4SM PS4SN PS4SP PS4SR PS4SS PS4ST tutor. councillor. councillor. male ‘Nevis’. ‘Mike’. student. student. male ‘Evans’. PS4V1 PS4V2 PS4V3 PS4V4 PS4V5 PS4V6 PS4V7 PS4V8 PS4V9 . councillor. male ‘Rosensteel’. ‘Pat Beeyer’. male PS4UP ‘Russell’. male PS4VD 65+. male ‘David’. PS4UN manager. councillor. ‘Dale Ross’. female ‘Zakia’. female Sample containing about 11990 words speech recorded in business context JTC Managerial Meeting. male ‘Ray’. male . male PS4UL 28. no further respondent information given. councillor. insurance representative. sound recordist. ‘Barker’. female ‘Vicky’. female PS4UV . male PS4UX . male ‘Jones’. male Sample containing about 12282 words speech recorded in public context JT9 Meeting at Southwell Racecourse. PS4TK PS4TL PS4TM PS4TN PS4TP PS4TR PS4TS PS4TT PS4TU ‘Evans’. PS4T1 PS4T2 PS4T3 PS4T4 PS4T5 PS4T6 PS4T7 PS4T8 PS4T9 tutor.282 JT1 Aston University: social science lecture. ‘John Watts’. female PS4VF 30+. female ‘Howarth’. student. secretary at racecourse. steward at racecourse. ‘Anne Tyler’. male JT3PS000 JT3PS001 Sample containing about 1975 words speech recorded in business context JTA Managerial Meeting. PS4VA 45+. male ‘Hilliard’. female ‘Thomson’. ‘Irene Young’. councillor. male ‘Jim’. male ‘Coleman’. male . student. councillor. female Sample containing about 11213 words speech recorded in business context JTD Edingley Parish Council meeting. student. male ‘Hoskins’. lecturer. PS4SH 31. female ‘Lynn’. male ‘Assa’. student. business trainer. male ‘Price’. male ‘Gloucester’. male . male PS4T0 ‘David’. male ‘Darren’. ‘Kevin Topham’. . female ‘Ben’. male PS4VG 45+. councillor. ‘Wayne’. male ‘Hannah’. female ‘Darren’. student. male PS4VB 55+. male . male PS4UW ‘Stewart’. PS4SX ‘Graham’. female ‘Smith’. councillor. student. manager. male PS4UK 40+. PS4UR 50+. general manager of racecourse.

Richmond. James. ‘Mike’. male PS4WH ‘Bob’. Chairperson. London (1982). Question from audience. Sample containing about 46012 words from a book (domain: world affairs) JXN Veterinary parasitology. Longman Group UK Ltd. and the teacher. William M. male PS4W9 60+. Harlow (1988). Mills & Boon. councillor. Membership secretary. Sample containing about 695 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) JXS Battle for love. volunteer guide. Howard. Urquhart. female PS4VS Passer-by. Stephanie. male PS4WF ‘John’. female Sample containing about 14696 words speech recorded in public context JTF Worsley Liberal Democrats: annual general meeting. Ronald. Sample containing about 8859 words speech recorded in public context JTE Induction of new voluntary workers at Barley Hall. Hartley. PS4VP 55+. male PS4WG ‘Martin’. 1-125. Surrey (1991). PS4WB council chairman. Dworkin. Harlow (1991). ‘Clare’. Sample containing about 4491 words from a book (domain: world affairs) JXM The radical left in Britain 1931-1941. councillor. councillor. Peter. Question from audience. Sample containing about 49570 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JXU Castle of desire. PS4W1 55+. conservative councillor. male PS4W8 50+.. Sample containing about 38604 words from a book (domain: applied science) . ‘Derek Walker’. Sample containing about 28968 words from a book (domain: social science) JXJ Law’s empire. Surrey (1991). councillor. Kerry Holt’. D J. Frank Cass & Company Ltd. 1118. 1-8. male PS4WJ ‘Mr Eldrum’. Sample containing about 35324 words from a book (domain: applied science) JXL Nasser. Woodward. male PS4WC ‘Christopher’. Mounter. 114248. UK (1989). Jennings. Dunn and Duncan. Secretary. female PS4VT 34. Sample containing about 26034 words from a book (domain: social science) JXK The microcomputer. ‘Mr Peter Brown’. Surrey (1993). labour councillor. Howard. Fontana Press. male PS4WE councillor. Richmond. the school librarian. Armour. Harlow (1981). ‘Mr Arthur Smith’. London (1987). President. male PS4W7 70+. 1-122. List of works excerpted PS4VJ 50+. Sample containing about 37881 words from a book (domain: natural sciences) JXP New Internationalist [advertising leaflet]. DE. shop assistant. volunteer personnel coordinator. ‘John’. In charge of Barley Hall project (loosely speaking). Mills & Boon. New Internationalist. ‘Mr Bob Boyd’. male 283 JXH Matrimonial conveyancing: a draftsman’s handbook. 3-76. ‘Mr A. male PS4VR 23. male PS4WK ‘Pauline’. ‘Elsie’. female PS4VX prospective volunteer. Longman Group UK Ltd. Mills & Boon. AB. male PS4VU ‘Linda’. male PS4W4 75+. Heywood. councillor. female PS4VV 60+. Question from audience. London (1986). student and volunteer guide. Stephanie. DE. male Sample containing about 6481 words speech recorded in public context JWA Hertfordshire County Council: meeting. 1-13. M-TEC Computer Services. ‘Charles’. Clive Bingley Ltd. Richmond. female Sample containing about 13254 words speech recorded in public context JXG The BBC BASIC reference manual for the Z88. Sample containing about 49239 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JXT Conspiracy of love. Treasurer. grant and developments officer. Sally. female PS4VW prospective volunteer. Herring. male PS4W6 50+. male PS4VY . Longman Scientific and Technical. James E. historical consultant. Question from audience. Jupp. male PS4W5 ‘Mr Aled Owen’. ‘Mr Tom Hilton’.12. male PS4W3 50+. male PS4W2 61. male PS4WD ‘Jarvis’.

George. Sample containing about 46460 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY0 Hearts in hiding. Sample containing about 55294 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY9 Sudden fire. male ‘Alan’. Sample containing about 55425 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JYF West of Bohemia. Mills & Boon. Surrey (1993). Browning. Taylor. Sample containing about 52001 12. Bowring. male trainee. Grey. Mills & Boon. List of works excerpted words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY7 Roman spring. Richmond. Mills & Boon. Mills & Boon. Richmond. Surrey (1993). Richmond. Catherine. Mills & Boon. Sample containing about 60439 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JYB The spice of life. Surrey (1991). Richmond. Sample containing about 51729 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY4 Love or nothing. Sample containing about 53465 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JXW A dangerous diagnosis. Alice. Surrey (1992). Steele. Richmond. Richmond. Sample containing about 64220 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY1 His woman. Sample containing about 53825 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY6 One shining summer. Oldfield. Sample containing about 46354 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JYA Sweet deceiver. Elliot. Ashe. Rosalie. Surrey (1993). Marton. Lucy. Quinn. Surrey (1993). trainee. Mills & Boon. Surrey (1991). Mills & Boon. Wilder. Steele. Caroline. Mary and Lyons. Sample containing about 51675 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JXY False impressions.284 Sample containing about 58490 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JXV Destined to love. Mills & Boon. Richmond. Jean. Richmond. Richmond. male . Lee. Richmond. Mills & Boon. PS6N1 PS6N2 PS6N3 PS6N4 lecturer. Natalie. Sample containing about 54713 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JYD Ungoverned passion. Surrey (1992). Mary. Anderson. Holland. Sarah. Fox. Mills & Boon. AB. Ash. Lynch. Mills & Boon. Amanda. Elizabeth. Sample containing about 52793 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JXX Double fire. Sample containing about 64429 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY8 The stolen heart. Richmond. Richmond. Richmond. Mills & Boon. Rachel. Mills & Boon. Surrey (1993). Mills & Boon. Sandra. Richmond. Jessica. male trainee. Sample containing about 60036 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JYL Tarmac Construction Ltd: training session. Sample containing about 57596 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY5 Lover’s charade. Sample containing about 55442 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY3 Love by design. Keane. Richmond. Surrey (1992). DE. Jenny. Wilkinson. Jessica. Richmond. Mills & Boon. DE. Surrey (1990). Mary. Surrey (1991). Sample containing about 45851 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JY2 Joy bringer. Surrey (1993). Surrey (1993). Mills & Boon. Richmond. Surrey (1993). Richmond. Jennifer. Mills & Boon. Richmond. Evans. Mills & Boon. Surrey (1993). Surrey (1993). Mills & Boon. Surrey (1993). Richmond. Surrey (1992). Sample containing about 55849 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JYE Vets in opposition. Mills & Boon. Surrey (1992). Sample containing about 50775 words from a book (domain: imaginative) JYC Out of the storm.

Boileau.). u. student. female Sample containing about 18744 words speech recorded in educational context K1B [Central television news scripts]. Sample containing about 42655 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1M [Central television news scripts].).p. student. telesales person. talks about work problems.p. male ‘Tom’.. telesales person. female trainee. Abingdon (1993). female 20. u. trainee.).p.. student. female 20. trainee. Abingdon (1993). male ‘Aveline’. telesales person. talks about gay and lesbian issues. Central TV. female 20. Sample containing about 42987 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1L [Central television news scripts]. Sample containing about 44443 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1N [Central television news scripts]. Abingdon (1993).. male ‘Chris’. Sample containing about 40382 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1G [Central television news scripts]. John (ed. Boileau. talks about the dreams of blind people. Sample containing about 45357 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1S [Central television news scripts]. trainee. female 20. Sample containing about 40364 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1J [Central television news scripts]. Boileau. trainer. u. Sample containing about 43747 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1C [Central television news scripts]. telesales person.. Central TV.p. male PS6NS 20+. female 20. Abingdon (1993).. telesales person.). Central TV. Abingdon (1993).). talks about questionaires. male PS6NP 20+. male PS6NR 20+..p. Sample containing about 45382 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1D [Central television news scripts]. u. psychology lecturer. PS6NM 31. Sample containing about 43372 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1K [Central television news scripts]. Boileau. Sample containing about 41718 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1P [Central television news scripts]. student. John (ed. Abingdon (1993).12. u. Sample containing about 45420 words . trainee.p. telesales person. telesales person. John (ed. male 285 of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1H [Central television news scripts]. Sample containing about 37393 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1E [Central television news scripts]. Central TV.p. List of works excerpted PS6N5 PS6N6 PS6N7 PS6N8 PS6N9 ‘Terry’. female 20. u. PS6ND PS6NE PS6NF PS6NG PS6NH PS6NJ PS6NK PS6NL 30. Sample containing about 41985 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1R [Central television news scripts]. female PS6NT 19. male PS6NN 20+.. u.. Boileau. u. Sample containing about 46525 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1F [Central television news scripts]. female 20.).. John (ed. Boileau. u.p. Sample containing about 42076 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) Sample containing about 12166 words speech recorded in business context JYM TNT training session: seminar. John (ed.. Central TV. Central TV. student.p. ‘Turner’. Sample containing about 44870 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1T [Central television news scripts]. u. John (ed.p. female Sample containing about 11849 words speech recorded in business context JYN Aston University psychology department: lecture.

John (ed. John (ed. Boileau. Central TV. Abingdon (1993).). u.p. Sample containing about 43137 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K22 [Central television news scripts]. John (ed. Sample containing about 12. Sample containing about 41783 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K21 [Central television news scripts]. John (ed. Central TV. Sample containing about 2180 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K2C Belfast Telegraph: Business section. Sample containing about 5685 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K2F Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 46596 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K24 [Central television news scripts]. u.).. Sample containing about 43306 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K27 [Central television news scripts].). John (ed. Abingdon (1993). u.). John (ed.p.p. Boileau. Central TV. Abingdon (1993). Sample containing about 43882 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1W [Central television news scripts].). Boileau. Sample containing about 33077 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) . Abingdon (1993). Boileau.).). Abingdon (1993).p. Abingdon (1993). Abingdon (1993).. Central TV. Sample containing about 48680 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K26 [Central television news scripts]. John (ed. List of works excerpted 44589 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K25 [Central television news scripts]. Sample containing about 44477 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K28 [Central television news scripts].).). Central TV. Central TV. John (ed. Abingdon (1993). Abingdon (1993). John (ed.p. Boileau. u. Abingdon (1993). Boileau. Abingdon (1993). Boileau. Boileau. Sample containing about 46520 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K20 [Central television news scripts]. Central TV. Central TV. John (ed. Sample containing about 8047 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K2B Belfast Telegraph: Religious affairs stories.). Boileau. Abingdon (1993). Sample containing about 42638 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1V [Central television news scripts]. John (ed.). Sample containing about 3546 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K2D Belfast Telegraph: Leisure pages..). Central TV.. Central TV. u.p. John (ed. Sample containing about 74848 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K2E Belfast Telegraph: News and features. Abingdon (1993).). Boileau. Central TV. Sample containing about 41078 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1X [Central television news scripts]. John (ed. u. Abingdon (1993). Boileau.p. Boileau. Boileau. Central TV.. Sample containing about 2055 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K2A Belfast Telegraph: Arts section..286 K1U [Central television news scripts]. Central TV. u. Central TV. John (ed. Sample containing about 43950 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K1Y [Central television news scripts]. Sample containing about 43169 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K23 [Central television news scripts]. Sample containing about 7456 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) K29 Belfast Telegraph: Applied Science pages. Boileau..).

. u.... u. u. Sample containing about 172 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K31 Belfast Telegraph: Business section.p. Sample containing about 7017 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K35 Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages.p.p.p.p. Sample containing about 685 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K37 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section. u.. u.p. Sample containing about 2752 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K2R Belfast Telegraph: Arts section...p. Sample containing about 18678 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K2M Belfast Telegraph: News and features.p.. Sample containing about 7416 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K30 Belfast Telegraph: Religious affairs stories.p. Sample containing about 5940 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K32 Belfast Telegraph: Leisure pages.. u. u. Sample containing about 64437 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K33 Belfast Telegraph: Applied Science pages.p.. Sample containing about 194 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K2T Belfast Telegraph: Business section. Sample containing about 7886 words from a periodical (domain: social science) 287 K2W Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages. u. u. u.p.. Sample containing about 35696 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K2X Belfast Telegraph: Applied Science pages.p. u..p. u.p. u. u. u.. u. Sample containing about 21493 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K2P Belfast Telegraph: Applied Science pages...p. Sample containing about 1718 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K2N Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages.p.p. Sample containing about 1279 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K39 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section. List of works excerpted K2G Belfast Telegraph: Applied Science pages.p. Sample containing about 524 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K34 Belfast Telegraph: News and features.p. u.p... u... Sample containing about 2067 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K2J Belfast Telegraph: Religious affairs stories.. Sample containing about 1955 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K2H Belfast Telegraph: Arts section.12. Sample containing about 10181 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K2U Belfast Telegraph: Leisure pages. u. u..p..p. Sample contain- . Sample containing about 8531 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K38 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Religious affairs stories. u. Sample containing about 14426 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K2S Belfast Telegraph: Religious affairs stories. Sample containing about 2562 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K2Y Belfast Telegraph: Arts section. Sample containing about 422 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K2K Belfast Telegraph: Business section.. u. Sample containing about 34980 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K2V Belfast Telegraph: News and features. u. u. u.p...p.p. Sample containing about 3962 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K2L Belfast Telegraph: Leisure pages.p.. u. Sample containing about 39397 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K36 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo].

p.. Sample containing about 2734 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K3P Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages. Sample containing about 5727 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K3F Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Religious affairs stories. Sample containing about 215 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K3G Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section.. u... Sample contain- .p.p.p. Sample containing about 1420 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K3C Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages.. List of works excerpted 3179 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K3N Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section..p..p. u..p. u. Sample containing about 13516 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K3R Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages.. Sample containing about 23028 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K3U Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages.p. u.p.. Sample containing about 29847 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K3Y Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages. Sample containing about 12... u. Sample containing about 352 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K40 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features.p.288 ing about 7529 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K3A Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages. Sample containing about 26774 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K3B Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features. Sample containing about 1427 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K3M Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section. Sample containing about 1009 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K3V Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section. u. Sample containing about 3941 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K41 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 1876 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K3T Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 7948 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K3H Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages. Sample containing about 38633 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K3D Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages.. Sample containing about 4487 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K3X Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages..p. Sample containing about 8980 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K3K Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages. u..p.p. u. u.p. u.p. u.p. u... Sample containing about 2976 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K3W Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section..p..p. u. Sample containing about 590 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K3E Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section.. u.p. u. u. Sample containing about 150 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K3S Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features. u.p.. u. u. u. Sample containing about 29635 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K3J Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features. u. u..p.p.p.p.. u. u.. Sample containing about 36109 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K3L Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages.

Sample containing about 2265 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K44 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section.p. u. u.p..p.p. List of works excerpted ing about 24533 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K42 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages. Sample containing about 6557 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K4P Northern Echo: Arts section..p.. Sample containing about 32022 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K4K Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages. u. u.p. u.... u.. Sample containing about 486 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K4L Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features.p. u. Sample containing about 1651 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K45 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages. u.12. u..p. u. Sample containing about 2790 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K49 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section.. Sample containing about 61240 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K4R Northern Echo: Religious affairs stories. u. Sample containing about 18648 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K48 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages.p. Sample contain- 289 ing about 7048 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K4E Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages...p..p. Sample containing about 452 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K4B Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section. u. Sample containing about 29967 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K4N Northern Echo: Applied Science pages.p. u. u.p. u.p.p. Sample containing about 1133 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K4S Northern Echo: Business section. Sample containing about 37751 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) .p. u. Sample containing about 2143 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K4G Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section. u... Sample containing about 11550 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K4C Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages. Sample containing about 536 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K43 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section. Sample containing about 22060 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K4F Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages... Sample containing about 4323 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K4H Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section.. u.. u.. Sample containing about 10200 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K4M Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 25042 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K46 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features.p. Sample containing about 28557 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K4D Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features.p. Sample containing about 11858 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K4J Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages.p..p.p. u. u.p.p.. Sample containing about 6219 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K4A Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Religious affairs stories.. u. Sample containing about 610 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K47 Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages. u...p. u.

u.p. u. Sample containing about 48246 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K58 The Scotsman: Religious affairs stories. Sample containing about 172180 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K53 Northern Echo: Applied Science pages.p.p... u.. u. u. Sample containing about 5958 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K51 Northern Echo: Business section.p. u.p. List of works excerpted K57 The Scotsman: Arts section... Sample containing about 46813 .. Sample containing about 954 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5L The Scotsman: News and features. Sample containing about 175048 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K56 The Scotsman: Applied Science pages. Sample containing about 146882 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K5B The Scotsman: Applied Science pages..p. u. u. u. u..p. u.p.p. Sample containing about 2021 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K4V Northern Echo: News and features..290 K4T Northern Echo: Leisure pages. u..p..p.. u. u. Sample containing about 2323 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K5H The Scotsman: Business section. Sample containing about 286598 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K5E The Scotsman: Applied Science pages. Sample containing about 44278 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K52 Northern Echo: Leisure pages. Sample containing about 42973 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K5G The Scotsman: Religious affairs stories.p..p.p. Sample containing about 121751 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K5J The Scotsman: Leisure pages.p. u.. u.p.p.p.p. Sample containing about 116334 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K5K The Scotsman: Applied Science pages. Sample containing about 3994 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought) K59 The Scotsman: Business section. Sample containing about 1026 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K54 Northern Echo: News and features. u. u.p.... Sample containing about 132902 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K55 Northern Echo: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 7248 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K5F The Scotsman: Arts section. u... Sample containing about 62560 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K4W Northern Echo: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 27982 words from a periodical (domain: arts) K50 Northern Echo: Religious affairs stories. u... Sample containing about 384 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5C The Scotsman: News and features.p.p.. u. Sample containing about 54129 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K5D The Scotsman: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 116432 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K5A The Scotsman: Leisure pages.p.. Sample containing about 211369 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K4X Northern Echo: Applied Science pages. u. u. u. Sample containing about 211901 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) K4U Northern Echo: Applied Science pages.p. u. Sample containing about 2572 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) K4Y Northern Echo: Arts section..p.p..p. Sample containing about 15849 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) 12. u... u.

Sample containing about 3187 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5W Nucleic acids research. retired police officer. Oxford (1993). Oxford (1993).. male Sample containing about 11127 words speech recorded in leisure context K62 Walsall Local Studies Centre: interview. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 270447 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K5N Nucleic acids research. female 291 Sample containing about 17568 words speech recorded in educational context K61 Walsall Local Studies Centre: interview. PS5AX 30+. Oxford University Press. List of works excerpted words from a periodical (domain: social science) K5M The Scotsman: Foreign news pages. female PS5B0 ‘Edward’. male Sample containing about 2963 words speech recorded in leisure context K68 Suffolk Sound Archive: interview. Sample containing about 17886 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K60 Appreciation of literature: lecture and discussion. AB. female PS5B4 ‘Gilbert’. Sample containing about 18641 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5U Nucleic acids research.12. Sample containing about 19615 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5R Nucleic acids research. lecturer. Oxford (1993). Oxford (1993). male Sample containing about 6608 words speech recorded in leisure context K69 Suffolk Sound Archive: interview. ‘Harry’. Oxford (1993). PS5AY ‘Joyce’. Oxford (1993). PS5B5 PS5B6 ‘Doris’. . retired children’s nurse.p. Sample containing about 6752 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5S Nucleic acids research. Oxford University Press. PS5B7 . PS5BB ‘Yvonne’. Oxford (1993). female PS5B8 67. Sample containing about 1761 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5T Nucleic acids research. Sample containing about 10544 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5Y Nucleic acids research. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 6635 words speech recorded in leisure context K67 Suffolk Sound Archive: dedication of museum. retired. female Sample containing about 4604 words speech recorded in leisure context K65 Suffolk Sound Archive: interview for the Museum of East Anglian Life. Sample containing about 4646 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5X Nucleic acids research. Oxford (1993). male PS5B2 retired. PS5B1 . Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 1099 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5V Nucleic acids research. u. female Sample containing about 7733 words speech recorded in leisure context K63 Walsall Local Studies Centre: interview. retired. Oxford (1993). Oxford University Press. Oxford University Press. female PS5BC ‘Sidney’. Oxford (1993). Oxford University Press. male PS5B9 ‘Jessie’. female Sample containing about 10889 words speech recorded in leisure context K66 Suffolk Sound Archive: opening a restored control tower and airfield as a memorial to the Three-Ninetieth Bomb Group. retired butcher. Oxford University Press. PS5BA ‘Horace’. male Sample containing about 8696 words speech recorded in leisure context K64 Suffolk Sound Archive: interview. PS5B3 ‘Joyce’. ‘Liz’. Oxford University Press. Sample containing about 13807 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences) K5P Nucleic acids research. retired ground executive officer usaf.

business consultant. newsreader. swedish transport official. female ‘Paul’. member of parliament. male PS5GT miner. male ‘David’. male ‘Peter’. newsreader. male PS5JA ‘Ivan’. male tutor. newsreader. male PS5DY ‘Malcolm Rifkind’. newsreader. male ‘Anita’. male 12. male PS5JB ‘Fred’. male PS5E0 ‘David’. reporter. male PS5KK ‘Moira Stewart’. male ‘Maureen’. male PS5GR ‘Jenny’. chairman of news group. male PS5CT ‘Max’. female PS5CS ‘Nick’. male PS5KD ‘Gerry Baker’. professor. editor. male Sample containing about 6261 words speech recorded in leisure context K6C Six O’Clock News: television broadcast. reporter. PS5KC ‘Nicholas Witchell’. male ‘Anna Ford’. male ‘Paul’. female PS5JD ‘Neil Bennet’. PS5BF ‘John ?’. reporter. male Sample containing about 4724 words speech recorded in leisure context K6E Six O’Clock News: television broadcast. male ‘Michael’. female PS5KL ‘Laurie Margolis’. male PS5BH ‘David Walter’. female ‘Austin’. PS5F6 PS5F7 PS5F8 PS5F9 PS5FA PS5FB PS5FC PS5FD PS5FE ‘Nicholas Witchell’. male PS5CR ‘Moira Stewart’. male PS5KE shop manager. male PS5KF ‘Derek’. member of parliament. member of parliament. PS5CK ‘Nicholas Witchell’. male . male PS5BL ‘Anders’. reporter. reporter. male PS5CM ‘David’. female ‘Laurie Margolis’. male PS5CP ‘Billy’. male PS5GN ‘Tim Eggar?’. female PS5GS ‘Stephen Evans’. male Sample containing about 8149 words speech recorded in leisure context K6A On the Record: television broadcast. member of parliament. male PS5KH ‘Harriet Harman’. female ‘Peter’. member of parliament. editor. male PS5KG ‘Stephen’. newspaper editor. male PS5BK ‘Rhodes ?’. newsreader. male ‘Andreas ?’. male PS5BJ ‘David ?’. male PS5E3 ‘Moira Stewart’. company spokesperson. male PS5DX ‘David Schuckman’. defence secretary. PS5DW ‘Nicholas Witchell’. reporter. male Sample containing about 4974 words speech recorded in leisure context K6G Six O’Clock News: television broadcast. male PS5E1 ‘Nicholas’. male PS5CU ‘Anthony’. newsreader. male PS5CN ‘Paddy’. male ‘Raymond’. female ‘Triona Holden’. female PS5BE ‘Melville’. police constable. male PS5BN ‘Stig ?’. male ‘Richard’. male PS5CL ‘Neil Bennet’. female Sample containing about 10478 words speech recorded in leisure context K6B The Money Programme: television broadcast. retired fire officer. PS5BT PS5BU PS5BV PS5BW PS5BX PS5BY PS5C0 PS5C1 PS5C2 telvision announcer. reporter. reporter. member of parliament. male PS5BM ‘Bill ?’. newsreader. member of parliament (conservative). male ‘Andrew’. solicitor. director general of swedish railways. retired chairman of the bar. reporter. reporter. metropolitan police commissioner. reporter. male PS5GP ‘Nicholas’. newsreader. member of parliament. reporter. teacher. male PS5E2 ‘John Menzies’. male PS5GL ‘Robin Cook’. newsreader. newsreader. male Sample containing about 4771 words speech recorded in leisure context K6D Six O’Clock News: television broadcast. male ‘Neil Bennet’. male PS5GM ‘Malcolm (rifkind?)’. reporter. male PS5BP ‘Tim ?’. tv presenter. police constable. newsreader. PS5GJ ‘Anna Ford’. male Sample containing about 4762 words speech recorded in leisure context K6F Six O’Clock News: television broadcast. member of parliament (conservative). cabinet minister (conservative). PS5J5 PS5J6 PS5J7 PS5J8 ‘Anna Ford’. member of parliament (labour). reporter. male PS5JC ‘Jenny’. male PS5BG ‘Michael Heseltine’. female PS5GK ‘John Sergeant’. member of parliament. member of parliament. List of works excerpted PS5E5 . female PS5KJ ‘Simon’. female PS5E4 ‘Iain Carson’. newsreader.292 PS5BD ‘Joyce’. male PS5J9 ‘Barry’. reporter. male Sample containing about 4700 words speech recorded in leisure context K6H Six O’Clock News: television broadcast. member of parliament. solicitor. male ‘Polly Toynbee’.

male PS5MT 47. PS5M5 historian. PS5M9 47. ‘Wright’. female K6RPS000 K6RPS001 Sample containing about 6729 words speech recorded in leisure context K6S Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA 303: interview for oral history project. PS5M6 ‘Maimes’. Interviewing. female K6UPS000 Sample containing about 3840 words speech recorded in leisure context K6L Oral history project: interview. Interviewing. male PS5ME 48. sergeant. sergeant. retired french polisher. male K6JPS000 293 Sample containing about 4332 words speech recorded in leisure context K6T Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA 305: interview for oral history project. female . sergeant. speaker. female K6SPS000 K6SPS001 Sample containing about 3392 words speech recorded in business context K6Y Friends Provident Insurance: training session. Interviewing. female PS5LW ‘Mabel’. male PS5MN 47. PS5LU 50. male PS5MM 38.12. ‘Ian’. historian. PS5M1 historian. male PS5MA ‘Collishan’. PS5LV historian. ‘Stone’. no further information given. male PS5MD 47. Being interviewed by. PS5M7 historian. female Sample containing about 5836 words speech recorded in leisure context K6U Gwynedd County Council tape 1: interview for oral history project. male PS5MF 47. no further information given. ‘Jeffery’. female PS5MV ‘Robert’. ‘Jeffery’. female K6TPS000 Sample containing about 11915 words speech recorded in educational context K6K Oral history project: interview. PS5LX ‘Margaret’. female PS5M0 70+. PS5M4 historian. no further information given. PS5MJ 47. no further information given. male PS5MP 48. ‘Hadfield’. ‘Storer’. PS5M8 no further information given Sample containing about 7308 words speech recorded in leisure context K6M Oral history project: interview. male K6NPS000 K6NPS001 K6NPS002 historian. salesman. male PS5MX ‘Ron’. saleswoman. male PS5MW ‘Bill’. male Sample containing about 10636 words speech recorded in leisure context K6N Oral history project: interview. Interviewing Sample containing about 7951 words speech recorded in leisure context K6P Orkney Library Sound Archive tape OLSA 123: interview for oral history project. sergeant. male PS5MB 38. ‘Nan’. inspector. inspector. male Sample containing about 6729 words speech recorded in leisure context K6R Orkney Sound Archive tape OSA 303: interview for oral history project. male PS5MC 38. sergeant. ‘Mills’. maths and science tutor. female Sample containing about 8752 words speech recorded in leisure context K6V Tarmac Construction Ltd: training session. female PS5LY ‘Jo Ellen’. male PS5MS 40. male K6PPS000 Sample containing about 16389 words speech recorded in business context K6X Nottingham Constabulary: meeting. historian. PS5MU ‘Joan’. singer. inspector. male PS5MK ‘Collishan’. ‘Williams’. ‘John’. Being interviewd by. no further information given. PS5M3 65. ‘Stone’. From North Ronaldsay. no further information given. retired crofter. inspector. salesman. male K6MPS000 Sample containing about 16478 words speech recorded in business context K6W Nottingham Constabulary: meeting. ‘Mills’. ‘Peter’. ‘Storer’. ‘Williams’. ‘Smith’. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 4832 words speech recorded in educational context K6J Tutorial lesson. salesman. male PS5N0 ‘Maggie’. PS5M2 40+. Interviewing. instructor. sergeant. no further information given. female PS5N1 ‘Martin’. male PS5ML 38.

AB. student. saleswoman. male Sample containing about 13585 words speech recorded in business context K71 Friends Provident Insurance: training session. male PS5PM ‘Jane’. male PS5NE ‘Ron’. male PS5P0 ‘Ian’. male PS5PC ‘Rippon’. female PS5N9 ‘Martin’. female PS5NW ‘Ray’. male PS5R0 16. no further information given. female PS5NA no further information given. salesman. no further information given. Sample containing about 12429 words speech recorded in business context K75 J. male court official. no further information given.294 Sample containing about 15713 words speech recorded in business context K70 Friends Provident Insurance: training session. no further information given. Interviewee. female PS5NU ‘Kenny’. no further information given. male ‘Saville’. ‘Tommy’. no further information given. no further information given. PS5PU 54. ‘Richard’. solicitor. ‘Sudhir’. no further information given. male PS5NF instructor. male PS5P1 ‘Rachel’. salesman. retired lighthouse keeper. male Sample containing about 9482 words speech recorded in public context K77 House of Commons: hearing. tutor. Interviewer. PS5PY 50. salesman. PS5PA trainer. no further information given. no further information given. no further information given. PS5NT trainer. male PS5PG ‘Ken’. male ‘Duffy’. female 12. PS5NN PS5NP PS5NR PS5NS ‘Green’. Sample containing about 9504 words speech recorded in business context K76 House of Lords: hearing. school student. female PS5P2 ‘Dee’. male PS5PV historian. male PS5PT 40. PS5PB ‘Motterstone’. no further information given. PS5N3 PS5N5 PS5N6 PS5N8 ‘Joan’. male PS5NV ‘Heidi’. male PS5PK ‘Peter’. no further information given. male PS5PH ‘Jimmy’. male PS5PJ ‘David’. male Sample containing about 4002 words speech recorded in educational context K7E Oral history project: interview. no further information given. Sample containing about 10813 words speech recorded in educational context K79 Confederation of British Industries [presentation]. no further information given. no further information given. male PS5ND ‘Bill’. no further information given. male PS5NX ‘Alex’. female PS5PN ‘Appleby’. instructor. male PS5PL ‘Clifford’. female PS5PP ‘Adams’. female ‘Bill’. analyst. solicitor. male Sample containing about 4318 words speech recorded in business context K7D Oral history project: interview. judge. salesman. male Sample containing about 11048 words speech recorded in business context K73 Royal Courts: hearing. female Sample containing about 14059 words speech recorded in public context K78 Durham University: lecture. no further information given. member of parliament. member of parliament. List of works excerpted Sainsbury: training session. female PS5NC ‘Robert’. PS5PS 40. male PS5NY ‘Gary’. male PS5PE ‘Boyd-carpenter’. no further information given. analyst. member of parliament. male PS5PX 81. PS5PW historian. male PS5PD ‘Macintosh’. ‘John’. DE. no further information given. salesman. no further information given. female Sample containing about 6155 words speech recorded in educational context . male ‘Ron’. no further information given. male ‘Maggie’. PS5NB ‘Joan’. male Sainsbury: training session. male Sample containing about 14018 words speech recorded in public context K74 J. saleswoman. ‘Sarah’. Interviewee. PS5PF no further information given. female K75PS000 Sample containing about 4001 words speech recorded in educational context K7F Tutorial lesson. tutor. Interviewer. ‘George’.

Sample containing about 40960 words from a book (domain: imaginative) K8T As the crow flies.K. Gill. Hardwick. Chapman & Hall. Sample containing about 337863 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) K98 [Sainsbury’s magazines]. retired baker. PS5R1 71. Sample containing about 21593 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K97 Liverpool Echo & Daily Post.. interviewee. London (1992). Blackwell. Khan.. Sample containing about 39103 words from a book (domain: natural . Longman Group UK Ltd. Oxford (1988). ‘Thomas’. Alan J. Sample containing about 13416 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K9B Courtaulds News.M. u. B. Sample containing about 43981 words from a book (domain: commerce) K8X Governments. Harrison. Sample containing about 37906 words from a book (domain: imaginative) K8U Capitalism since 1945. Walton. Sevenoaks. Griffith. Butler. London (1987). 1-92. Sample containing about 13031 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K9A JS Journal. Pitman Publishing. Sample containing about 41385 words from a book (domain: imaginative) K8W UK financial institutions and markets. Kent (1991).12. 85-215. London (1993). Cambridge (1987). John (ed. Anderson. Warner Books. Roach. Sample containing about 46396 words from a book (domain: imaginative) K96 Community Care. u.P. 73-177. Coronet Books. D.. Sample containing about 40979 words from a book (domain: world affairs) K92 An introduction to modern economics. London (1990). Archer. John.U. Anthony. Edith. G and Jobber. Horne. male PS5R2 historian. Badhur. Cambridge (1983).U.). A.. Harlow (1990). 125-226. Alistair. 287-405. David. London (1991). Jeffrey.p. London (1992). Peter. Patrick and Winstone. Oxford (1991). 105-261. managers and industrial relations. Gwendoline. Liverpool Daily Post & Echo Ltd. 61-221. C.. Macmillan Press Ltd. male 295 sciences) K91 The price of glory: Verdun 1916. London (1990). Philip. London (1989). B. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Pargeter. Sample containing about 9654 words from a periodical (domain: social science) K99 JS Journal.. List of works excerpted K7G Oral history project: interview. J Sainsbury. Lancaster. Penguin Books. interviewer.P.p. Blackwell.. Liverpool (1993). u. Michael. Pawlet. Sample containing about 37355 words from a book (domain: applied science) K90 Network analysis and practice. Paul. Ferner. J Sainsbury. Andrew and Armstrong. John.p. Headline Book Publishing plc. Sample containing about 16799 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) Sample containing about 7048 words speech recorded in educational context K8R Dying to meet you. Harding.. Sample containing about 30555 words from a book (domain: imaginative) K8S The green branch. Philip and Langmead. 63-171. Sample containing about 42882 words from a book (domain: commerce) K95 The house of the red slayer. 9-124. Glyn. Sample containing about 45009 words from a book (domain: commerce) K8Y Interpreting data. 67-224. 75-193. 126232. Sample containing about 45119 words from a book (domain: world affairs) K8V Coffin in fashion. 115-230. Sample containing about 40790 words from a book (domain: social science) K94 Sales technique and management.. Bentley. 144288. Fontana Press. C. Sample containing about 42245 words from a book (domain: commerce) K93 English phonetics and phonology.

p..p.. Sample containing about 2475 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) KA0 [School regulations and other papers]. u.p.p..p. Sample containing about 4825 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) K9R CCG People staff newspaper.p.. List of works excerpted plied science) K9S [British Gas South Western leaflets]. Sample containing about 13956 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) K9Y [School welcome pack].p. Sample containing about 10084 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K9M What’s Cooking. Sample containing about 12608 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K9X [Unpublished school essays]. Sample containing about 8602 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) KA3 [School essays etc.p. u. u.. u.. Sample containing about 5304 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) K9N What’s Cooking.p. Sample containing about 5891 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) K9F ICI Chemicals & Polymers: Environmental Issues. ICI.. Sample containing about 15360 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) K9E Courtaulds News. u. ICI... Sample containing about 4799 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) K9H ICI Chemicals & Polymers: Environmental Issues.. u.. u.. u.. Sample containing about 14211 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K9W Transport. Sample containing about .p.. Sample containing about 9491 words of a periodical (domain: world affairs) KA5 [Scottish Christian Aid committee documents].p. Stirling University. Sample containing about 2643 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) K9U National Library of Scotland – newsletter...296 K9C Courtaulds News. u. Sample containing about 4102 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: ap- 12.p. u. Sample containing about 17375 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) K9D Courtaulds News.p. Sample containing about 46614 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) KA2 [Unpublished creative writing].p.p.p. u. Sample containing about 13601 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) K9T National Library of Scotland – newsletter... Sample containing about 4151 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) K9P What’s Cooking..p. u. u. u.. Sample containing about 5307 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) K9G ICI Chemicals & Polymers: Environmental Issues. Sample containing about 11589 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K9L Q: The Quality Magazine of ICI Chemicals & Polymers. Sample containing about 24051 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) K9K Q: The Quality Magazine of ICI Chemicals & Polymers. Sample containing about 2346 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) KA1 [School essays on literature]. u. u...p. Sample containing about 8513 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science) K9V Transport.p. u.p. u. u. u.p. u.p.. ] Sample containing about 5309 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) KA4 Campus. Sample containing about 6443 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce) K9J ICI Innovation.p. u. u.

p. UK (1980-88). u. Sample containing about 3720 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAC Medau News. Sample containing about 28890 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAK [Labour Party pamphlet on Education] Will we ever learn? Sample containing about 4452 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science). Sample containing 297 about 4744 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAJ The Medau Society. The Medau Society.. Sample containing about 3856 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAB Medau News. UK (1980-88). Sample containing about 3156 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAA Medau News. The Medau Society. Sample containing about 4099 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KA9 Medau News. Sample containing about 3246 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) KAT [Creative writing]. u. Leech. UK (1980-88). u. Sample containing about 3975 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAF Medau News.p. UK (1980-88).. Sample containing about 2611 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) KAP Christian Aid. KAL [Personal letters home from an academic visiting China and Brazil]. The Medau Society. u.p.. Sample containing about 1920 words . UK (1980-88). u. List of works excerpted 8991 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought) KA6 Medau News..p.p. Sample containing about 3738 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAE Medau News. UK (1980-88).. Sample containing about 8950 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAS [Unpublished poems]. u. UK (1980-88). Sample containing about 4281 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAG Medau News. The Medau Society.. Sample containing about 15083 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) KAR [Personal letters]. Sample containing about 4036 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAH Medau News. The Medau Society. Sample containing about 4570 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) KAN [Report to a sponsor on lecture tour of India].p. u.. Sample containing about 1908 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAV [Schoolchildren’s creative writing].p. The Medau Society. The Medau Society. The Medau Society.12. Sample containing about 16833 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science) KAM [Autobiographical notes written for the archives of the British Academy]. u. Sample containing about 4466 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) KAX [Creative writing – poems]. The Medau Society.. UK (1980-88). UK (1980-88).p.p.p. Sample containing about 3464 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KA7 Medau News.p. UK (1980-88). The Medau Society. (1976). UK (1980-88). The Medau Society. The Medau Society. Sample containing about 3640 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KAD Medau News.1980).. Leech. UK (1980-88). [unpublished] (1977.. Sample containing about 3682 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure) KA8 Medau News. u. u. G. u. Sample containing about 3676 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) KAU [Personal letters]. Geoffrey.

DE. AB. male PS14A ‘Annabel’. unemployed. student. housewife. London. Central Northern England. totalling 1966 s-units. shop assistant. male PS02B ‘Angela’. DE. female PS02F ‘Ben’. out work (pt). and over 3 hours 6 minutes 40 seconds of recordings. female KB6 8 conversations recorded by ‘Angela’ (PS029) between 2 and 6 December 1991 with 7 interlocutors. totalling 2360 s-units. PS028 ‘Andrew’. hairdresser. female PS148 ‘Grant’. male 12. Central Northern England. saleswoman. AB. totalling 452 s-units. unemployed.. 50. female PS01H ‘Rose’. Welsh. male ‘Ida’. 46. 40. Central Northern England. totalling 3901 s-units. 5. PS01A ‘Albert’. 16. Welsh. Scottish. male PS149 ‘Bob’. 40. male PS01F ‘Karen’. retired (lecturer and missionary). male PS0YC ‘Jon’. Central Southwest England. farmer’s wife. 18. 53. List of works excerpted PS01W ‘Joan’retired. Scottish. student. female KB5 11 conversations recorded by ‘Andrew’ (PS028) on 30 May 1991 with 6 interlocutors. London. London. male PS009 ‘Gethyn’. 38. student (state primary). C2. shopkeeper. student (state pre). Scottish. 18. 18. unemployed. female PS01V ‘Joyce’. 35089 words (duration not recorded). student. 828 words. deputy prison governor. 40. 55. DE. London. student. PS002 PS003 PS004 PS005 PS006 PS007 ‘Margaret’. female PS01C ‘Ada’. Central Northern England. Sample containing about 30176 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts) KB0 19 conversations recorded by ‘Margaret’ (PS002) between 13 and 16 March 1992 with 9 interlocutors. male PS1CV ‘Tracey’. DE. 63. female PS0Y8 ‘John’. Central Northern England. female PS02D ‘Zoe’. 60. male PS1CU ‘Gary’London. Central Northern England. Lancashire. 28. student. London. 43. and 2 hours 20 minutes 32 seconds of recordings. totalling 5856 s-units. female KB3 8 conversations recorded by ‘Alison’ (PS147) between 30 January and 4 February 1992 with 4 interlocutors. Central Northern England. Central Northern England. 7. student (private pre). retired. Welsh. 32. u. female PS01J ‘None’. female PS02C ‘Angela’. male PS01U ‘Ann’. Central South-west England. Scottish. 25. and 58 minutes 17 seconds of recordings. forecourt attendant. PS029 ‘Angela’. 42462 words. 17. male PS0Y5 ‘Suzanne’. engineer. PS1CP ‘Alan’. male . female ‘Philip’. 3. 50. minister. and 8 minutes 0 seconds of recordings. 68. 17. 70. male PS0YA ‘Sanjay’. 24. 53. minister. London. student. female ‘Ena’. DE. farmer’s son. housewife. 47. 60. 45.298 of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative) KAY [School essays on literature]. Central Northern England. minister. Welsh. female PS01D ‘Corrinne’. 12953 words. PS01T ‘Alec’. AB. 46+. housewife. housewife. Central Northern England. retired.p. 79. student. Northern England. male PS01B ‘June’. driver. AB. DE. male PS00A ‘Noel’. moderator. DE. DE. male ‘Alan’. 29. DE. totalling 5729 s-units. 29. DE. Central Northern England. London. 39. female KB1 17 conversations recorded by ‘Albert’ (PS01A) between 1 and 6 February 1992 with 9 interlocutors. female PS02A ‘Chris’. female KB4 1 conversation recorded by ‘Alan2’ (PS1CP) [dates unknown] with 5 interlocutors. systems analyst. female PS01E ‘Colin’. female PS02E ‘Sue’. 25. London. 5541 words. London. Central South-west England. Central South-west England. 39285 words. 2. female PS01G ‘Sasha’. male PS1CR ‘Mandy’London. female PS0Y7 ‘Val’. totalling 174 s-units. AB. male PS008 ‘John’. female ‘Bob’. and 6 hours 28 minutes 0 seconds of recordings. male KB2 25 conversations recorded by ‘Alec’ (PS01T) between 31 January and 7 February 1992 with 5 interlocutors. retired. retired. retired. Central Northern England. 67. housewife. 32. 10492 words. Scottish. and 1 hour 22 minutes 59 seconds of recordings. London. female PS1CS ‘Darren’. Welsh. PS147 ‘Alison’.

50Scottish. 6. C2. student. North-east England. North-east England. male PS036 ‘Bill’. 2. totalling 16243 s-units. North-east England. student. female PS02M ‘Sue’. North-east England. 27. shop assistant. 2. 40. female PS03K ‘Neville’. process worker. 40. 39. secretary. process worker. 35. List of works excerpted KB7 60 conversations recorded by ‘Ann’ (PS02G) between 28 November and 5 December 1991 with 35 interlocutors. female PS038 ‘Steven’. male PS039 ‘Deidre’. 78798 words. East Anglia. 35. retired (policeman). 35+. 63. female PS17S ‘Alan’. female PS02N ‘Shirley’. 2. female PS169 ‘Margaret’. pre-school. East Anglia. female PS15B ‘Sally’. pre-school. 29. retired. Northern England. North-east England. 8. team leader. DE. 26. female PS15S ‘Bill’. Northern England. building labourer. Northern England. North-east England. 1. Northern England. AB. unemployed. PS14B ‘Ann’. process worker. team leader. North-east England. 24. male PS17M ‘Tom’. senior team leader. male PS03B ‘Dawn’. female PS03F ‘Trevor’. female PS15V ‘Paul’. Youth Training Scheme trainee. male PS18D ‘Louise’. Central Midlands. Northern England. process worker. male PS030 ‘Christian’. male PS14N ‘Bryony’. 33. male KB9 44 conversations recorded by ‘Annette’ . male PS02V ‘Martin’. London. shop assistant. Northern England. clerical officer. male PS14R ‘Isabelle’. 50. Central Northern England. 70. 44. female PS50S ‘Jean’. 6. 27. 25. 45. female PS14C ‘James’. 38. female PS03J ‘Lynda’. North-east England. estate agent. male PS03H ‘Brenda’.12. teacher. baker. female PS02L ‘Jeanie’. AB. male PS14L ‘Dorothy’. male PS03M ‘Maxine’. housewife. student. and over 8 hours 19 minutes 57 seconds of recordings. male PS17N ‘Rosie’. North-east England. male PS02K ‘Jill’. 53. 44. North-east England. publican. 30. 53. female PS02H ‘Stuart’. female PS14P ‘Richard’. retired. female PS6TB ‘None’ PS14D ‘Rebecca’. 9. Northern England. male PS031 ‘Richard’. 36. housewife. female PS03D ‘Val’. female PS16F ‘Erin’. male PS02X ‘Helen’. 8. probation officer. 21. 42. North-east England. male PS02J ‘Brian’. housewife. Central Midlands. female PS03A ‘John’. PS02G ‘Ann’. female PS6NU ‘Alison’. teacher. 32. registered childminder. 22. clerk to town council. factory operative. North-east England. 23. process worker. publican. 9. 36. Northern England. 7. student. charge nurse. student. female PS15D ‘Sid’. male PS02S ‘Bob’. female PS17L ‘Arthur’. 26. North-east England. North-east England. North-east England. North-east England. 60. female 299 KB8 34 conversations recorded by ‘Ann2’ (PS14B) on 3 April 1992 with 37 interlocutors. North-east England. housewife. 70. male PS037 ‘Jean’. care assistant. female PS14F ‘Matthew’. male PS15U ‘Betty’. female PS033 ‘Bernie’. Northeast England. North-east England. 103997 words. paper-man. 2. Queen’s counsel. 40. 10. student. male PS16S ‘None’ PS172 ‘Evelyn’ PS17G ‘Maggie’. male PS03R ‘Grace’. male PS166 ‘Jackie’. Irish. female PS167 ‘Pat’. North-east England. student. female PS02P ‘Alan’. 58. female PS168 ‘Chris’. female PS16H ‘Martin’. East Anglia. Scottish. childminder. female PS16G ‘Kathy’. male PS15G ‘Marilyn’. female PS02Y ‘Jonathan’. 19. process worker. female PS14E ‘Amy’. East Anglia. 17. Northern England. retired. 50. 50. male PS02T ‘Harry’. process worker. totalling 12018 s-units. 61. East Anglia. 60. 86. female PS15C ‘Andrea’. East Anglia. pre-school. male PS02U ‘John’. North-east England. Midlands. 37. housewife. retired. 45. Northern England. North-east England. housewife. male PS14K ‘Martin’. Northern England. North-east England. 55. childminder. North-east England. female PS03C ‘Tina’. team leader. male PS032 ‘Anna Marie’. and over 13 hours 5 minutes 36 seconds of recordings. marketing person. 36. student. 6. 57. male PS14H ‘Richard’. male PS02R ‘Terry’Scottish. 57. Scottish. pre-school. female PS03N ‘Mervin’. pre-school. 46. 56. process worker. 46. female PS14M ‘James’. student.

totalling 13578 s-units. 60. Central South-west England. female PS03Y ‘Hugh’. PS03S ‘Arthur’. security. Lancashire. housewife. 31762 words. 61. 25. male PS041 ‘None’ PS042 ‘Mark’. AB. Home Counties. male PS043 ‘Ken’. AB. 62321 words. 61. male KBE 27 conversations recorded by ‘Betty’ (PS04B) between 28 November and ?? December 1991 with 9 interlocutors. 55. 62. female PS0YX ‘Les’. male PS0YY ‘Kath’. housewife. KBAPS000 ‘None’ PS1DA ‘Anthony’. retired. male PS1KS ‘Pat’. warehouse op. KBF 103 conversations recorded by ‘Brenda’ (PS04U) between 28 November and 4 December 1991 with 6 interlocutors. 50+. warehouse op. female PS04J ‘David’. Central South-west England. retired (precision engineer). Central South-west England. 64. female PS04H ‘Sally’. bar staff. female PS04G ‘Maggie’. housewife. Lancashire. male PS1AE ‘Carl’. female PS03U ‘Tom’. 20. Lancashire. female KBA 17 conversations recorded by ‘Anthony’ (PS1DA) between 30 November and 4 December 1991 with 8 interlocutors. . 28. Lancashire. male PS1AB ‘Margaret’. administrative assistant. stable hand. 45. clerk. 82. 75. female PS04E ‘Wendy’. Lancashire. Lancashire. male KBB 41 conversations recorded by ‘Arthur’ (PS03S) between 10 and 13 January 1992 with 7 interlocutors. male PS04K ‘Edna’. 76309 words. 48+Lancashire. PS1CX ‘Annette’. nurse. housewife. 5272 words. 35. male PS03T ‘Evelyn’. and over 2 minutes 5 seconds of recordings. 33. 30. female PS1AC ‘Joan’. Central Southwest England. 31337 words. Northern England. Irish. retired. DE. 26. North-east England. male PS03V ‘Jackie’. Northern England. 30. Indian Subcontinent. security. female PS04D ‘Rose’. Central Midlands. female PS1CY ‘Teresa’. 35. disabled unemployed. engineer. totalling 11521 s-units. bar staff. housewife. male PS1DD ‘Kevin’. AB. housewife. 51. female PS1D2 ‘Donald’. totalling 1192 s-units. 30. totalling 10543 s-units. Lancashire. 54. DE. housewife. male PS1DE ‘Dave’. housewife. 31. DE. male PS1DB ‘Chris’. C2. shop assistant. Central Midlands. 38. 29. AB. 19. housewife. Lancashire. Northern England. and 3 hours 38 minutes 41 seconds of recordings. warehouse op. Central Southwest England. PS03W ‘Barry’. Central South-west England. 31. Central Southwest England. female PS1D0 ‘David’. Central Southwest England. Central Southwest England. Northern England. Central Midlands. Lancashire. London. female PS100 ‘Vince’. computer engineer. female PS04F ‘Julie’. warehouse op. dj. female KBC 14 conversations recorded by ‘Audrey’ (PS1A9) between 2 and 9 April 1992 with 9 interlocutors. 76. Central Southwest England. C2. and 5 hours 12 minutes 10 seconds of recordings. retired. 76. AB. Central Midlands. 24. Lancashire. and over 8 hours 52 minutes 5 seconds of recordings. Central Northern England. and over 5 hours 40 minutes 22 seconds of recordings. housewife. 58087 words. totalling 9021 s-units. male PS1D1 ‘Tracy’. 26. female PS1DC ‘Chris’. female PS1AA ‘Gordon’. List of works excerpted PS1A9 ‘Audrey’. Central Southwest England. catering supervisor. Central Midlands. production worker. C2. female PS045 ‘Sergio’. Lancashire. housewife. pharmacist. female 12. C1. C1. 23. 57. totalling 5497 s-units. totalling 6341 sunits. male PS1DF ‘Achmed’. 71. 73. Central South-west England. teacher. female KBD 24 conversations recorded by ‘Barry’ (PS03W) between 1 and 6 February 1992 with 10 interlocutors. London. Central Northern England. 24. PS04B ‘Betty’. DE. and 1 hour 5 minutes 22 seconds of recordings. female PS1AD ‘Kevin’. male PS040 ‘Alan’. 9. production worker. student (state primary). female PS1AH ‘Iris’.300 (PS1CX) between 1 and ?? February 1992 with 6 interlocutors. male PS03X ‘Terri’. Merseyside. 73. entertainments consultant. male PS044 ‘None’. Lancashire. 75. 44. 32. 30. Central South-west England. Central Southwest England. male PS1DG ‘Janet’. male PS1AF ‘None’ PS1AG ‘Elaine’. retired. C2. retired. 41. draughtsman. 61. housewife. retired. female PS04C ‘Googie’.

28812 words. North-west Midlands. and over 5 hours 39 minutes 52 seconds of recordings. male PS06G ‘Fiona’. C1. London. C1. plumber. 58. Home Counties. 11. PS051 ‘Carl’. 7. male KBL 40 conversations recorded by ‘Cherrilyn’ (PS06A) between 21 and 26 February 1992 with 9 interlocutors. retired. List of works excerpted 105262 words. mortgage broker. Home Counties. female PS053 ‘Christopher’. male PS057 ‘Peter’. male PS054 ‘Rebecca’. student. 16. male PS1BP ‘Steven’. Home Counties. 18. and 3 hours 30 minutes 23 seconds of recordings. retired. East Anglia. C1. housewife. 44. C1. retired. property manager. cleaner. Lower South-west England. 45. European (French). 13. teacher (pt). C2. Central South-west England. pre-school. North-west Midlands. 16. retired. female PS1DR ‘Emma’. totalling 2265 s-units. retired. 9. male . 43. male PS108 ‘Evelyn’. male KBJ 26 conversations recorded by ‘Carol2’ (PS1DP) between 10 and 17 January 1992 with 6 interlocutors. student. 45. 15.12. 60+. female PS06F ‘Brian’. teacher. female PS05F ‘Pauline’. student. student. and over 6 hours 42 minutes 9 seconds of recordings. administrator (pt). export assistant. female KBG 10 conversations recorded by ‘Carl’ (PS051) between 21 and 27 February 1992 with 9 interlocutors. Central Midlands. AB. male PS1BM ‘Lynne’. plastics company director. female PS055 ‘Andrew’. 36. totalling 7122 s-units. female PS06H ‘Lorraine’. Central Midlands. 11137 words (duration not recorded). Home Counties. student (state primary). C1. Home Counties. London. care assistant. 30+. au pair. 4. 43. North-west Midlands. 21. courier. 33. 1. female PS050 ‘Nigel’. totalling 2837 s-units. London. student. AB. Lower South-west England. hairdresser. female PS06J ‘None’. nursing auxiliary. C1. export merchant. East Anglia. female 301 KBK 228 conversations recorded by ‘Chris’ (PS05X) between 31 May and 1 June 1991 with 8 interlocutors. 65. PS06A ‘Cherrilyn’. 11. female PS1BN ‘David’. 27294 words (duration not recorded). North-east England. PS1BL ‘Chris’. female PS06B ‘Jessica’. 62. 23. 2. female PS05C ‘Joelle’. shop owner. teacher. male PS052 ‘Susan’. London. 36. student (state secondary). London. Central Midlands. and over 11 hours 59 minutes 46 seconds of recordings. female PS05D ‘Adam’. DE. PS1DP ‘Carol’. female PS05H ‘Ron’. miner. female PS06C ‘None’ PS06D ‘Sophie’. PS04U ‘Brenda’. totalling 4559 s-units. 30. matron of nursing home. textile agent. Home Counties. Lower South-west England. Lower South-west England. 34. C2. male PS1DT ‘Dave’. C1. 34. female PS06E ‘Kate’. area organiser for union. London. male PS04X ‘Carla’. male PS059 ‘Pat’. male PS056 ‘Robert’. female PS103 ‘Susan’. male PS106 ‘Tony’. female PS04V ‘Dave’. student (state secondary). female PS05K ‘Toby’. 70Lower South-west England. 16. C1. male PS04W ‘Lee’. 47995 words. 60+. pre-school. 15. male KBH 63 conversations recorded by ‘Carol’ (PS05B) between 30 May and 5 June 1991 with 8 interlocutors. Central Midlands. 26. C1. male PS058 ‘Alan’. 12. C1. London. Home Counties. AB. Central Midlands. 47. lorry driver. North-west Midlands. C1. PS05B ‘Carole’. student (secondary). C1. male PS1DU ‘Ann’. C1. Home Counties. male KBM 13 conversations recorded by ‘Chris2’ (PS1BL) on 2 April 1992 with 7 interlocutors. male PS05E ‘Charlotte’. PS05X ‘Chris’. 60+. female PS04Y ‘Jean’. 54. 30+. male PS107 ‘David’. totalling 7432 s-units. bookkeeper. 60+. C1. 51. student (state secondary). female PS104 ‘Bill’. and 2 hours 22 minutes 47 seconds of recordings. London. 11. female PS102 ‘Lynda’. 53920 words. male PS05J ‘Pat’. Home Counties. London. London. 62. pre-school. 19723 words. AB. 33. C2. Central Midlands. 34. London. C1. 44. schoolgirl. Home Counties. C1. C2. Lower South-west England. housewife. male PS101 ‘Norrine’. totalling 5508 s-units. female PS1DV ‘Adele’. hgv driver. student (primary). 37. London. retired. 5. female PS1DS ‘Chris’.

14. student. 15. lorry driver. 4916 words. student. C1. 52. housekeeper. PS065 ‘Clarence’. Home Counties. totalling 1829 sunits. 10609 words. 81. Central Northern England. 28. 3. 34. miner chargehand. List of works excerpted terlocutors. male PS10F ‘Neil’unemployed. 38. 36. totalling 1314 s-units. Lancashire. 50. C1. Midlands. Home Counties. Central Northern England. totalling 583 s-units. AB. and 2 hours 23 minutes 42 seconds of recordings. 29. female PS10E ‘Nigel’electrician. retired. student. female ‘Marilyn’. student. female KBS 12 conversations recorded by ‘Dad’ (PS079) [dates unknown] with 5 interlocutors. North-east Midlands. North-west Midlands. male KBW 62 conversations recorded by ‘Dorothy’ (PS087) between 13 and 20 March 1992 with 25 interlocutors. male PS07P ‘Marie’. Midlands. Home Counties. 30. North-east Midlands. PS07K ‘Donald’. DE. PS087 ‘Dorothy’. male ‘Kim’. 6972 words (duration not recorded). 10. male PS6P6 ‘Rhiannon’. carpenter. North-east Midlands. 25. retired. Welsh. North-west Midlands. teacher (pt). PS18E ‘Denise’. male PS089 ‘Christopher’. 70. retired. 32. AB. Home Counties. housewife. North-east Midlands. North-east Midlands. male PS07H ‘Michael’. sales representative. totalling 2220 s-units. 11022 words. female PS088 ‘Tim’. 115332 words. C2. C2.302 PS1BR ‘Simon’. female KBV 19 conversations recorded by ‘Donald’ (PS07K) between 13 and 20 March 1992 with 6 interlocutors. student (private pre). male PS07F ‘John’. unemployed. 67. 9. C1. 72. C2. Lancashire. Midlands. AB. AB. female KBP 15 conversations recorded by ‘Clarence’ (PS065) between 13 and 19 March 1992 with 4 interlocutors. PS069 ‘Colin’British Rail employee. male PS07N ‘Gary’. DE. Upper South-west England. Welsh. North-east Midlands. PS05Y PS060 PS061 PS062 PS063 PS064 ‘Clare’. North-east Midlands. 40. male PS07L ‘Karen’. Central Northern England. male PS08A ‘Andrew’. male PS10D ‘Sheila’housekeeper. female PS07C ‘Jane’. housewife. C1. male PS066 ‘Nina’. totalling 19706 s-units. Central Northern England. North-west Midlands. female KBT 4 conversations recorded by ‘Dean’ (PS07E) on 1 February 1992 with 5 in- . female PS07B ‘Dorreen’. student. student nurse. female ‘Helen’. student. DE. 65. male PS07A ‘Mum’. housewife. female PS067 ‘Nev’. and 2 hours 36 minutes 21 seconds of recordings. 1. and over 2 hours 18 minutes 56 seconds of recordings. 33. female KBU 2 conversations recorded by ‘Denise’ (PS18E) between 6 and 7 April 1992 with 8 interlocutors. 6. 32. 16. male 12. North-east Midlands. Welsh. purchasing manager. PS079 ‘Dad’. retired. hairdresser. student. totalling 993 s-units. Upper South-west England. Central Northern England. 16. tax inspector. female ‘William’. student. female PS07D ‘Adam’. male PS07J ‘Eddie’. female ‘Melissa’. 2910 words. North-west Midlands. North-west Midlands. Welsh. retired. male PS07G ‘David’. male PS068 ‘Lil’. 27179 words. North-east Midlands. 8. male PS08B ‘Elinor’. student (state primary). female PS18H ‘None’ PS18J ‘None’ PS18K ‘None’ PS18L ‘None’ PS18M ‘None’ PS18N ‘None’ KBR 26 conversations recorded by ‘Colin’ (PS069) between 20 and 26 February 1991 with 5 interlocutors. totalling 5039 s-units. female PS07M ‘Luke’. 48. female PS6P7 ‘Robert’. 79. male PS10G ‘Joanne’Home Counties. male KBN 18 conversations recorded by ‘Clare’ (PS05Y) between 12 and 15 March 1992 with 6 interlocutors. retired. Lancashire. Welsh. 50. 5. 11864 words (duration not recorded). C1. C2. AB. totalling 1981 s-units. PS07E ‘Dean’. AB. pre-school. Central Northern England. and 17 minutes 0 seconds of recordings. Welsh. telecommunication technician. and 1 hour 3 minutes 14 seconds of recordings. 15. 37. unemployed. and over 13 hours 0 minutes 42 seconds of recordings. student. DE.

female PS0XN ‘Gwen’. tv dealer. female PS0XR ‘Marjorie’. housewife. female 303 KC0 14 conversations recorded by ‘Enid’ (PS08Y) between 21 and 27 February 1992 with 10 interlocutors. retired (farmer). teacher. DE. 48. female PS10M ‘Mike’. C1. female PS092 ‘Ann’. 60. male PS09K ‘Rex’. female PS09V ‘David’.12. 48. female PS08P ‘Sue’. C2. PS08Y ‘Enid’. Lower South-west England. 60+. male PS10L ‘Anne’. female PS0Y4 ‘None’teacher. retired (musician). 56. male PS09N ‘Brian’. female PS08S ‘Margaret’. 37. totalling 1967 s-units. male PS1DX ‘Anna’. North-east Midlands. student. teacher. 11. housewife. 41. male PS09L ‘Marge’. manager. clerk (pt). female PS08W ‘None’. male KBY 11 conversations recorded by ‘Elizabeth’ (PS08X) between 11 and 17 January 1992 with 5 interlocutors. student. North-east Midlands. 45. North-east Midlands. 40. 40. North-east Midlands. East Anglia. female PS0A0 ‘Steven’. 70. female PS0XK ‘Dawn’. C2. and 3 hours 22 minutes 23 seconds of recordings. 89. male PS09W ‘Clive’. 71. 70. London. male KBX 11 conversations recorded by ‘Donald2’ (PS1DW) between 17 and 10 January 1992 with 6 interlocutors. North-east Midlands. 24. C1. East Anglia. retired (master organ builder). female PS09G ‘Steve’. 55. male PS09F ‘Lyn’. student. tv dealer. female PS1E0 ‘Barry’. Central Southwest England. 32. totalling 1038 s-units. 58. housewife. teacher. North-east Midlands. butcher. AB. 28273 words (duration not recorded). female PS090 ‘Noel’. female PS0XS ‘Ann’. Central South-west England. 7. North-east Midlands. 77. North-east Midlands. computer programmer. C1. 50. 60. retired. retired (teacher). List of works excerpted PS08C ‘Jane’. 30. 53. computer operator. female PS0XJ ‘Jane’. Home Counties. London. North-east Midlands. Lower South-west England. North-east Midlands. 30+. female PS10H ‘None’. painter/decorator. male PS091 ‘Mollie’. nursery assistant. North-west Midlands. totalling 6625 s-units. drawing plans. female PS093 ‘John’. female PS0XM ‘Pat’. female PS0XV ‘Mary’. 45900 words. 62. 34. male KC2 28 conversations recorded by ‘Fred’ (PS09T) between 13 and 20 March 1992 with 9 interlocutors. female PS09M ‘Jonny’. female . Canadian. Northwest Midlands. female PS1DY ‘Mary’. shop assistant. 95. C1. teacher. 60. female PS095 ‘Stanley’. housewife. European (Russian). 60. unemployed. housewife. salesman. housewife. North-east Midlands. retired. 18. female PS097 ‘Ian’. female PS09Y ‘Gemma’. teacher. North-west Midlands. male PS08U ‘June’. totalling 3193 s-units. salesman. North-west Midlands. retired. 30+. North-east Midlands. taxi driver. male PS09H ‘Gerry’. male PS094 ‘Pam’. 40. 44. female PS0XU ‘Rosemary’. North-west Midlands. C2. 50North-west Midlands. housewife. Lower South-west England. female PS0XL ‘Yvonne’. 23. 46. 50. and 4 hours 0 minutes 12 seconds of recordings. tv dealer. 35. 40. North-west Midlands. female PS08V ‘Jean’. PS09E ‘Frank’. 50. London. North-east Midlands. advertising executive. 20607 words. 45. and 6 hours 35 minutes 19 seconds of recordings. KBXPS000 ‘None’North-west Midlands KBXPS001 ‘None’North-west Midlands PS1DW ‘Donald’. 4. 38. North-east Midlands. AB. teacher/nursery owner. male PS09X ‘Marjorie’. PS08X ‘Elizabeth’. male PS096 ‘Patsy’. East Anglia. teacher. male PS09U ‘Florence’. North-west Midlands. 6316 words (duration not recorded). 44626 words. female PS08D ‘Diane’. male PS10K ‘Matthew’. Home Counties. DE. office manager. female PS0XP ‘Lily’. retired. tv engineer. North-east Midlands. student. PS09T ‘Fred’. London. housewife. 46. 36. 40. C2. male KC1 32 conversations recorded by ‘Frank’ (PS09E) between 21 and 28 February 1992 with 9 interlocutors. London. housewife. 19. 50. European (Russian). 60. North-east Midlands. North-east Midlands. pre-school. North-east Midlands. Lower South-west England. secretary. North-east Midlands. totalling 8028 s-units. female PS08T ‘Roger’. 79. retired. North-east Midlands. male PS0A1 ‘Emily’. housewife.

PS0AJ ‘Gail’. 34. housewife. business student. London. Central Midlands. sales assistant. 23. 49. 68. DE. 26. 40. AB. 40. 63. Irish. housewife. 55039 words. Home Counties. C1. male PS0AB ‘Joan’. female KC6 25 conversations recorded by ‘Gavin’ (PS0BA) between 11 and 17 January . Central Midlands. male KC4 25 conversations recorded by ‘Fred2’ (PS1E4) between 31 May and 5 June 1991 with 9 interlocutors. AB. cleaner. 20. journalist. Central Northern England. Central Midlands. North-west Midlands. 60. 78. Central Midlands. totalling 3050 s-units. male PS0C4 ‘None’ PS0C5 ‘Dennis’. 7. AB. Central South-west England. male PS0BE ‘Lindsey’. female PS0BT ‘Jim’. female PS0AC ‘Vicki’. female PS0BS ‘Nancy’. female PS0AA ‘Peter’. retired. and 2 hours 42 minutes 29 seconds of recordings. 39. female PS0AD ‘Heidi’. East Anglia. PS1E4 ‘Fred’. 21. journalist. AB. male PS0BJ ‘Nick’. Home Counties. male PS0C6 ‘Iris’. PS0CG ‘Ginny’. female PS0AG ‘Eileen’. 22248 words. female PS0BG ‘Adrian’. 28. female KC7 7 conversations recorded by ‘Gill’ (PS0BK) on 15 January 1992 with 5 interlocutors. Merseyside. design engineer. female PS0CK ‘Vicky’. 15279 words (duration not recorded). 15. DE. female PS0C1 ‘Robert’. Home Counties. 24. physiotherapist. Central Northern England. PS0BK ‘Gill’. totalling 1822 s-units. 65. male PS0CJ ‘Dinda’. and 6 hours 12 minutes 49 seconds of recordings. 22. unemployed. Home Counties. computer programmer. female PS0AK ‘None’ PS0AL ‘Alison’. DE. male PS0BB ‘Sue’. female PS0AE ‘Yvonne’. hairdresser. Midlands. chemist. 25. Midlands. female PS0AF ‘Trish’. hairdresser. totalling 3930 s-units. office junior. totalling 1640 s-units. waitress. 30. housewife. 30. clerk. North-east Midlands. photographer. 23715 words. female PS0BL ‘Jemma’. 21. retired. 24. C1. North-east Midlands. Central Southwest England. female PS0C7 ‘Bonnie’. student. journalist. PS0BA ‘Gavin’. 18878 words. London.304 PS0A2 ‘Sandra’. retired (social worker). female PS0BF ‘Saranne’. student (state primary). 40+. housewife. Central Midlands. 25. London. journalist. London. health visitor. East Anglia. female PS0AM ‘None’ PS0AN ‘Natalie’. 40+. Central Midlands. male PS0BD ‘Terry’. 14962 words (duration not recorded). and over 2 hours 2 minutes 3 seconds of recordings. Home Counties. 18. female PS0CH ‘Keith’. teacher. Central Midlands. AB. Central Northern England. PS0BY ‘Gillian’. 61. 25. Midlands. PS0A8 ‘Frederick’. male PS0A9 ‘Janet’. 49. housewife. shop assistant. totalling 2413 s-units. London. Central South-west England. South Midlands. male PS1E5 ‘None’ PS1E6 ‘None’ PS1E7 ‘None’ PS1E8 ‘None’ PS1E9 ‘None’ PS1EA ‘None’ PS1EB ‘None’ PS1EC ‘None’ KC8 11 conversations recorded by ‘Gillian’ (PS0BY) between 29 November and 6 December 1991 with 6 interlocutors. 36931 words (duration not recorded). female PS0AP ‘None’ PS0AR ‘None’ PS0AS ‘None’ PS0AT ‘None’ KC9 46 conversations recorded by ‘Ginny’ (PS0CG) between 28 November and 6 December 1991 with 9 interlocutors. housewife. female PS0BC ‘Richard’. AB. male KC3 15 conversations recorded by ‘Frederick’ (PS0A8) between 10 and 15 January 1992 with 10 interlocutors. totalling 7182 s-units. female KC5 16 conversations recorded by ‘Gail’ (PS0AJ) between 2 and 4 December 1991 with 9 interlocutors. DE. 25. male PS0BH ‘Steve’. and 3 hours 15 minutes 48 seconds of recordings. customs controller. Midlands. totalling 3620 s-units. 24. schoolgirl. retired. List of works excerpted 1992 with 10 interlocutors. 32. 66. female 12. housewife. East Anglia. 61. AB.

student. female PS1KL ‘None’ KCG 20 conversations recorded by ‘Jane’ (PS19L) between 2 and 9 April 1992 with 10 interlocutors. Home Counties. housewife. retired. female KCE 24 conversations recorded by ‘Helena’ (PS0EB) between 12 and 20 March 1992 with 9 interlocutors. hair salon owner. PS0F5 ‘Hazel’. 54. AB. male PS19N ‘Stacey’. North-west Midlands. Welsh. company secretary. driving instructor. 50. totalling 2686 s-units. Upper South-west England. schoolgirl (state primary). female PS19R ‘Madge’. Welsh. totalling 563 s-units. C2. C1. male PS0EK ‘Susan’. male PS0CP ‘None’ PS0CR ‘None’ PS6ST ‘None’ PS6T9 ‘None’ PS6TA ‘None’ 305 KCA 22 conversations recorded by ‘Gordon’ (PS0DL) between 10 and 13 January 1992 with 8 interlocutors. totalling 7370 s-units. Home Counties. male PS0EJ ‘Mark/shrimpy’. female PS0E2 ‘Sarah’. 72. 72. Upper South-west England. male PS0DT ‘Sean’. female PS0F7 ‘Marie’. laboratory technician. Welsh. male PS0EF ‘Joanne’. PS0DL ‘Gordon’. 11. 3. female PS0F6 ‘Cerys’. Welsh. female KCB 13 conversations recorded by ‘Graeme’ (PS0DX) between 22 and 26 February 1992 with 7 interlocutors. 16. 29. Welsh. PS0E8 ‘Helen’. totalling 3033 s-units. 21. sales representative. student. 60+. totalling 3755 s-units. male KCC 2 conversations recorded by ‘Hazel’ (PS0F5) on 11 January 1992 with 2 interlocutors. PS0EB ‘Helena’. C2. female PS0DP ‘Lyn’. C2. and 5 hours 47 minutes 8 seconds of recordings. AB. DE. 16. male PS1ES ‘Gordon’. 7. Welsh. female PS1ER ‘Stuart’. 56. 22. 76. 21898 words. 7. 15326 words (duration not recorded). retired. DE. female PS19M ‘John’. DE. PS1EM ‘Herbert’. student (state primary). 57. 17. 7. 33. C2. 28227 words. housewife. 58. coffee shop owner. barmaid. 32. male PS1EN ‘Iris’. AB.12. female PS0DR ‘Tom’. 40. Welsh. female PS0ED ‘Sheila’. female PS1EP ‘Alison’. Welsh. insurance clerk. landscape gardener. female PS0E6 ‘Zara’. North-west Midlands. Welsh. student (state primary). 39. housewife. C2. Upper South-west England. landscape gardener. 50776 words. 18. female PS0EE ‘David’. student (state primary). female PS0DN ‘Hayley’. car salesman. female PS0EG ‘Andy’. New Zealand. and 3 hours 10 minutes 52 seconds of recordings. 65+. 19. Home Counties. female PS19P ‘Chris’. retired. North-west Midlands. housewife. student. female PS0E3 ‘Antony’. 80. totalling 5384 s-units. female PS0EC ‘Emma’. Northeast Midlands. student (state primary). female PS1EW ‘Eddie’. Welsh. Welsh. female KCF 30 conversations recorded by ‘Herbert’ (PS1EM) between 13 and 19 March 1992 with 9 interlocutors. home care assistant. and 5 hours 19 minutes 52 seconds of recordings. North-west Midlands. Welsh. 33104 words. PS0DX ‘Graeme’. male PS0DM ‘Debbie’. AB. hairdresser. 18. female PS0CN ‘Turan’. female PS0E9 ‘Clare’. C2. housewife. student. totalling 2998 sunits. DE. 6. 56. coffee shop assistant. spring inspector. hgv driver. 41. 41. 5311 words (duration not recorded). male PS0DY ‘Ann’. Upper South-west England. male PS0E4 ‘Joyce’. housewife. 62. housewife. student (state pre). Turkish. female PS1EU ‘Mike’. student. Welsh. female PS0E5 ‘Hazel’. student. Welsh. 25. and 3 hours 51 minutes 57 seconds of recordings. AB. factory worker. 13. 23. Welsh. North-east Midlands. 40. Welsh. Welsh. List of works excerpted PS0CL ‘None’ PS0CM ‘Jackie’shop assistant. female PS0EA ‘Amy’. female . C2. C1. 38. North-west Midlands. vdu clerk (pt). unemployed. Upper South-west England. housewife. 32. male PS0EH ‘Scott’. PS19L ‘Jane’. C2. male PS1ET ‘Mary’. Welsh. 53. driver. 29. Upper South-west England. C2. 21431 words (duration not recorded). North-east Midlands. male PS0DU ‘Kirsty’. male PS1EV ‘Sally’. Welsh. housewife. 16. female KCD 107 conversations recorded by ‘Helen’ (PS0E8) between 31 May and 1 June 1991 with 7 interlocutors. 66.

student. disabled unemployed. teacher. 32. 46. student. female PS11P ‘Rachael’. housewife. Welsh. 37385 words. Central Northern England. cashier. Welsh. 42. male KCP 26 conversations recorded by ‘Joy’ (PS0GM) between 13 and 19 March 1992 with 9 interlocutors. 40. Welsh. Central Northern England. DE. 63. 53. totalling 10914 s-units. PS0FF ‘Josephine’. teacher. C1. totalling 1493 sunits. and over 2 . 16. male PS1C8 ‘Patricia’. AB. student (state primary). 6. male ‘Mary’. female PS0FK ‘Steve’. North-west Midlands. Welsh. female PS0GN ‘Connie’. North-east England. panel beater. List of works excerpted hours 35 minutes 3 seconds of recordings. male PS0GS ‘Ivy’. chartered engineer. female PS19T ‘Bill’. female PS0FD ‘Lyn’. housewife. male PS0GR ‘John’. female PS0GT ‘Rudy’. Welsh. Welsh. apprentice engineer. 46. and 1 hour 23 minutes 11 seconds of recordings. Humberside. C2. male KCL 32 conversations recorded by ‘John’ (PS0F8) between 14 and ?? March 1992 with 6 interlocutors. West Midlands. 6. Irish. student (state primary). totalling 6654 sunits. retired. 7154 words (duration not recorded). female PS1BX ‘Susan’. Welsh. male PS11J ‘Corale’. C1. 23. 69. AB. housewife. C2. 25. engineer. male ‘Patricia’. female PS11M ‘Philip’. 84. 47. South Midlands. 9. totalling 7580 s-units. female PS1AU ‘None’ PS1AV ‘None’ PS1AW ‘None’ PS1AX ‘None’ PS1AY ‘None’ PS1B2 ‘Niall’. 25. 72. warehouse manager. male PS0FM ‘Ricky’. 39. and 7 hours 4 minutes 13 seconds of recordings. 7. care assistant. 3. 64. North-west Midlands. 9080 words. Midlands. female ‘Ded’. housewife. female PS11R ‘Jeff’. PS0F8 PS0F9 PS0FA PS0FB PS0FC ‘John’. male PS0FL ‘Mark’. female PS0FG ‘Tina’. 61. and 7 hours 59 minutes 4 seconds of recordings. totalling 5559 s-units.306 PS19S ‘Margaret’. 30. West Indian. 27. North-west Midlands. C1. C1. and 1 hour 23 minutes 47 seconds of recordings. Welsh. 18. male PS1BU ‘Christopher’. 24. Northwest Midlands. factory worker. inspector. retired. Home Counties. 12719 words. C2. 72. 54. clerk. female PS1BT ‘Phillip’. 39. Welsh. housewife. 9. C1. retired. male PS0FJ ‘Susan’. North-east England. female 12. PS1BS ‘Jane’. 32729 words. Humberside. student (state primary). 17. male PS11N ‘Julie’. Central Northern England. North-west Midlands. 75. 34. C1. 23. 25. Welsh. West Midlands. female PS19V ‘Mary’. 77331 words. female KCK 12 conversations recorded by ‘Jean’ (PS1AT) between 3 and 10 April 1992 with 8 interlocutors. male PS1BV ‘David’. female PS0FH ‘Danny’. 65+. and over 4 hours 46 minutes 52 seconds of recordings. female PS0GP ‘Norman’. 40. female PS6R1 ‘Janet’. female KCN 55 conversations recorded by ‘Josephine’ (PS0FF) between 12 and 20 March 1992 with 8 interlocutors. C1. Welsh. Welsh. North-east England. assistant manager. male KCJ 2 conversations recorded by ‘James’ (PS1C7) between 3 and 6 April 1992 with 2 interlocutors. North-west Midlands. female KCM 11 conversations recorded by ‘Jonathan’ (PS0FE) between 15 and 17 January 1992 with 8 interlocutors. student. 79. C2. PS1C7 ‘James’. Humberside. C2. 30. AB. 57. Welsh. male PS0FN ‘Sally’. totalling 1089 s-units. PS0FE ‘Jonathan’. retired. administrative officer. PS1AT ‘Jean’. female ‘Brian’. retired. C1. retired. Humberside. housewife. female PS11L ‘Becky’. female KCH 19 conversations recorded by ‘Jane2’ (PS1BS) between 4 and 10 April 1992 with 7 interlocutors. C2. housewife. optician/student. AB. 65+. male PS1BW ‘Julie’. totalling 1427 sunits. female PS1C9 ‘Margaret’. Home Counties. North-east England. housewife. pre-school. nurse. PS0GM ‘Joy’. ship’s captain. C2. take-away worker. 45451 words. Welsh. housewife. male PS19U ‘Lynn’. 30. housewife. North-east Midlands. housewife.

’. male PS0GL ‘Sammy’. DE. 15. 70. London. clerk. Midlands. chargehand. shopkeeper. PS0H7 ‘Katherine’. East Anglia. East Anglia. female PS0G9 ‘Katt’. 40. East Anglia. female PS12B ‘Claire’. totalling 2707 s-units. male PS0G2 ‘Kathleen’. 23532 words. male PS1CB ‘Doreen’. C2. 32714 words. London. female PS1F3 ‘Ken’. 57. 44. teacher. 68. AB. retired (police officer). hairdresser. C1. cold store worker. 11. Lower Southwest England. Lower Southwest England. 24. clerk.12. student. PS0GF ‘Julie’. London. AB. dental nurse. AB. 40. 23. dinner lady (pt). East Anglia. female PS0FX ‘Susan’. student. AB. 43. C1.’. 20. Lower South-west England. female PS0G3 ‘Robert’. student. 25. 14. European (German). plumber. housewife. female PS0GJ ‘Shelly’. male PS0FS ‘Geoffrey’. 49751 words (duration not recorded). male PS0FU ‘Wendy’. East Anglia. female KCU 9 conversations recorded by ‘Julie’ (PS0GF) between 20 and 22 February 1992 with 6 interlocutors. Central Northern England. Central Northern England. Central Northern England. PS0H8 ‘Kathleen’. and 2 hours 21 minutes 44 seconds of recordings. housewife. student (state primary). 67. female PS0GG ‘Gary’. female PS125 ‘Patrick’. totalling 577 s-units. retired. housewife. and over 4 hours 26 minutes 59 seconds of recordings. Northern England. 47. C1. 3696 words. London. retired. 23839 words (duration not recorded). female PS0G0 ‘A. housewife. List of works excerpted PS0GU ‘Wendy’. Midlands. female KCX 25 conversations recorded by ‘Kathleen2’ (PS1FC) between 30 January and 7 February 1992 with 9 interlocutors. Central South-west England. Central Northern England. 43. and 9 hours 18 minutes 49 seconds of recordings. male KCS 15 conversations recorded by ‘John2’ (PS1F1) between 30 January and 6 February 1992 with 8 interlocutors. 40. female PS0GV ‘Penny’. Lower South-west England. Central Midlands. Central Northern England. 76. Midlands. 41. 78. housewife. student (state secondary). Central Midlands. female PS1CD ‘Joanne’. 97005 words. totalling 5727 s-units. 37. Midlands. dinner-lady. female PS129 ‘Susan’. unemployed. male PS1F4 ‘Sid’. 11. male KCW 19 conversations recorded by ‘Kathleen’ (PS0H8) between 15 and 17 January 1992 with 10 interlocutors. housewife. retired. Central Northern England. 2. female PS0G8 ‘Val’. retired. student. 4. London. male KCV 50 conversations recorded by ‘Katherine’ (PS0H7) between 2 and 5 June 1991 with 3 interlocutors. male PS126 ‘Stefan’. female PS12A ‘Jackie’. female PS12E ‘Amanda’. 65. female PS128 ‘Mary’. 25. C2. retired. PS0FP ‘June’. student. pre-school. PS1CA ‘Malcolm’. retired (textile worker). 43. female PS12D ‘Helen’. 50. 56. female PS1CC ‘Judy’. Lower Southwest England. female PS0GA ‘Sue’. Lancashire. 36. storesperson. DE. Lancashire. female PS0GK ‘Phil’. retired. male PS0G5 ‘Val’. female PS0G7 ‘Sarah’. female PS12C ‘Lorna’. housewife. C1. female PS0GW ‘Tracey’. female PS0G1 ‘L. C2. male PS1F2 ‘Joan’. and 24 minutes 54 seconds of recordings. East Anglia. totalling 9024 s-units. 29. housewife. 15. pre-school. female PS127 ‘Christine’. 25. housewife. 65. KCSPS000 ‘None’ KCSPS001 ‘None’ KCSPS002 ‘None’ PS1F1 ‘John’. 60332 . AB. 14. student (state secondary). 10. 16. totalling 4977 s-units. East Anglia. East Anglia. student (state secondary). totalling 14213 s-units. AB. Central Midlands. 33. student. company secretary. 10. male PS0GH ‘Vicki’. East Anglia. DE. male PS0G4 ‘Brian’. student. male KCT 29 conversations recorded by ‘June’ (PS0FP) between 29 November and 5 December 1991 with 17 interlocutors. 44. Lower South-west England. 13. female PS0GE ‘Ashley’. East Anglia. male 307 KCR 2 conversations recorded by ‘Joyce’ (PS1CA) on 4 April 1992 with 4 interlocutors. female PS0FR ‘Jonathan’. retired. totalling 10696 s-units. 47. 63. C1. 30. East Anglia. Central Midlands. Central Midlands. Central South-west England. European (German).

female PS0JB ‘Charlotte’. London. PS0JA ‘Larna’. trainee typist. 50. male PS0JG ‘David’. trainee typist. retired. London. 33. 51. male KD2 22 conversations recorded by ‘Linda’ (PS0J1) between 30 January and 2 February 1992 with 9 interlocutors. male PS0JH ‘Aaron’. female PS0HS ‘Eric’. male PS0HW ‘Lisa’. C2. 21. student (state secondary). and 10 hours 39 minutes 22 seconds of recordings. self-employed panel beater. PS1FC ‘Kathleen’. housewife. Central Midlands. 52. 3. male PS0HD ‘Kathleen’. North-east Midlands. 27. Central Northern England. plasterer. North-east England. 20. female PS0J2 ‘Alice’. youth worker. List of works excerpted PS0HY ‘Joy’. 77692 words. secretary. shop assistant. female KD0 106 conversations recorded by ‘Kevin’ (PS0HM) between 29 November and 5 December 1991 with 14 interlocutors. 15. male PS0HB ‘Russell’. Central Northern England. crossing warden. telecommunication engineer. female PS0J5 ‘David’. 40+. male PS0HA ‘Richard’. PS0HM ‘Kevin’. local government officer. salesman. male PS1KN ‘None’ KD1 14 conversations recorded by ‘Larna’ (PS0JA) between 20 and 24 February 1992 with 8 interlocutors. female PS0HX ‘Babs (aka Mutty)’. male PS1FG ‘Alice’. 25. housewife. London. 42. 3. totalling 3761 s-units. C2. engineer. 41. male KD4 7 conversations recorded by ‘Margaret’ (PS0JW) between 13 and 14 January 1992 with 5 interlocutors. 24051 words (duration not recorded). male PS0J4 ‘Ivy’. housewife. female PS1FF ‘None’. European (French). C2. 19822 words (duration not recorded). South Midlands. 30+Central Northern England. female PS0HE ‘Terence’. female PS1FD ‘Flo’. C2. 36. male PS0HF ‘Joseph’. 45. DE. 39. totalling . female PS0JC ‘Pauline’. male KCY 11 conversations recorded by ‘Keith’ (PS0H9) between 10 and 15 January 1992 with 10 interlocutors. London. female PS0JT ‘Ben’. London. electrician. totalling 13948 s-units. 25. totalling 2501 s-units. engineer. Central Northern England. retired. female KD3 40 conversations recorded by ‘Lisa’ (PS0JJ) between 12 and 20 March 1992 with 7 interlocutors. housewife. 40. nurse. engineer. C2. DE. female PS0J3 ‘Dave’. 35. Central Northern England. male PS0HC ‘Michael’. Central Northern England. and over 6 hours 20 minutes 37 seconds of recordings. 34. 2. South Midlands. Central Midlands. Central Northern England. pre-school. male PS0JL ‘Melvin’. and 4 hours 52 minutes 21 seconds of recordings. 40487 words. male PS0HG ‘Eileen’. Lower South-west England. male PS0HN ‘Paul’. male PS0J6 ‘Brian’. student (state pre). PS0JJ ‘Lisa’. local government officer. Central Midlands. pre-school. female PS0JK ‘Peter’. 25. female 12. 2. C1. male PS0J7 ‘Tracey’. C2. Central Northern England. 74. retired. female PS0JS ‘Cheryl’. student. female PS1FE ‘Maggie’. male PS0HT ‘Adrian’. totalling 5183 s-units. and 6 hours 30 minutes 17 seconds of recordings. Central Midlands. teacher. 42. London. Central Midlands. 37. female PS0J0 ‘Michael’. 72. Central Northern England. C2. housewife. plasterer. female PS0JF ‘Anthony’. London. 70+. C2. C2. 33. housewife. salesman. C2. disabled unemployed. pre-school. retired. 29. Central Northern England. 27. 33516 words. draughtsman. Central Northern England. C1. 13. 12. 45. 40+. 41. 74. 70+. 54. Central Midlands. 0. totalling 5991 sunits. female PS0HH ‘Dave’. London. PS0H9 ‘Keith’. pre-school. female PS0J8 ‘Peter’. 30. male PS0HP ‘Ruth’.308 words. DE. 45. Central Midlands. male PS0JP ‘Diane’. taxi driver. 29. student. Central Northern England. 45. female PS1FH ‘Steve’. housewife. male PS0HU ‘Karen’. 42. housewife. telecommunication engineer. C1. male PS0J9 ‘Margaret’. C1. C1. 4. smallholder. Central Midlands. 60+. secretary. maggot farm manager. DE. retired. female PS0JR ‘Anne’. female PS0HV ‘Andrew’. lorry driver. female PS0JD ‘Vicky’. Central Northern England. male PS1FJ ‘Krista’. South Midlands. 23. PS0J1 ‘Linda’. 29. London. bakery worker. female PS0HR ‘Michelle’. 40. Central Northern England. female PS1FK ‘Enid’. female PS0JE ‘Alex’. Central Northern England. London.

male PS0LT ‘Michael’. student (state pre). unemployed. male PS1G3 ‘Kerry’. and over 7 hours 15 minutes 1 second of recordings. 27. construction worker. 19206 words (duration not recorded). Irish. Welsh. male PS0KK ‘Frank’. 19. male KD8 31 conversations recorded by ‘Martine’ (PS0LK) between 12 and 20 March 1992 with 10 interlocutors. DE. technician. male PS0KG ‘Daphney’. 34. 30+. postman. 40+. 7. 76445 words. male PS13B ‘Katie’. housewife. C1. Midlands. female PS0LL ‘Mike’. ship yard employee. Irish. male PS0KC ‘John’. male KD6 19 conversations recorded by ‘Martin’ (PS0KN) between 11 and 16 January 1992 with 8 interlocutors. List of works excerpted 887 s-units. Midlands. Midlands. senior technician. PS0JW ‘Margaret’. male PS1G9 ‘Debbie’. nurse (pt). building society branch assistant. C1. 28. 25. 27. male PS1GC ‘Ormo’. male PS13P ‘Rich’. technician. Irish. totalling 10787 s-units. student. male PS0K9 ‘Yun’. Welsh. 40+. Midlands. 50. C1. 40+. male PS0KT ‘Laura’. PS0KN ‘Martin’. barman. male PS0LM ‘Merielle’. 60+. Home Counties. student (state secondary). C1. technician. Irish. student (state primary). Welsh. 60. and over 6 hours 21 minutes 48 seconds of recordings. engineer. 16. engineer. male PS13M ‘Dave’. female PS0LS ‘Will’. engineer. technician. female PS0K2 ‘Isobel’. Midlands. Midlands. DE. 30+. Midlands. Chinese. manager. 55. 17. totalling 4721 s-units. technician. secretary. male PS0KA ‘Ian’. clerk. female PS0KF ‘Dave’. 58. AB. 20. Irish. 20+. 35. male PS13N ‘Geoff’. 20+. male PS13K ‘Lynn’. 27. engineer. mechanic. Midlands. teacher. student. 12. student (state primary). AB. female PS1GB ‘Jonston’. 13. Home Counties. C1. male PS0K8 ‘Bedge’. male PS0LU ‘Jim’. civil engineer. technician. 19Irish. Irish. female PS0K5 ‘Spencer’. Scottish. 20+. 28. male PS0KE ‘Carol’. Welsh. male PS1G8 ‘Leigh’. 3. Midlands. unemployed. 54036 words. 26. teacher (pt). technical director. financial advisor. male PS0KD ‘Paul’. male PS0KL ‘Paul’. 17. male PS0K6 ‘Sally’. male 309 KD7 24 conversations recorded by ‘Matt’ (PS0KP) between 20 February and ?? March 1992 with 6 interlocutors. PS1G2 ‘Mark’. environmental health officer. totalling 9977 s-units. 30. male PS0K4 ‘Pauline’. female PS0LN ‘None’. male KD5 55 conversations recorded by ‘Mark’ (PS0JX) between [date unknown] and 26 February 1992 with 25 interlocutors. student (state secondary). 19. C1. female PS0KU ‘Christopher’. 39227 words (duration not recorded). 45. C1. male PS0KM ‘George’. male PS0LR ‘Nora’. student (state pre). 3. C2. male PS1G6 ‘Albert’. 17. retired. DE. clerk. Welsh. nurse. male PS0KV ‘Christopher’. Merseyside. male PS13R ‘Scott’. housewife. Irish. secretary. female ‘Dad’. 30+. male PS0KR ‘Jan’. 40. engineer. 30+. technician. totalling 2788 s-units. female PS13A ‘Ben’. female PS0KS ‘Matthew’. male PS0LP ‘Harold’. C1. 37.12. 36. 21Irish. 16. Central Southwest England. 35. Scottish. DE. AB. student (state secondary). C2. student. European (German). technician. teacher. DE. Home Counties. C2. male ‘Mum’. Irish. female PS0K3 ‘Derek’. student. 10. 28. female PS13L ‘Robert’. 10. PS0LK ‘Martine’. pub landlord. Midlands. manager. 37Irish. male PS1G7 ‘Robert’. 17. female KD9 17 conversations recorded by ‘Mark2’ (PS1G2) between [date unknown] and ?? April 1992 with 13 interlocutors. C2. technician. 12902 words (duration not recorded). 35. 29. 25. 5. male PS0KB ‘Justin’. 76. 40. totalling 3809 s-units. 60+. 45. female PS0KH ‘Collin’. 30. Midlands. student (state primary). C1. Irish. female PS1GA ‘Anne’. AB. female PS6TK ‘None’ . student (state primary). 13. female PS0K7 ‘Norman’. male PS1GD ‘Julianne’. Midlands. female PS138 ‘Sheila’. female PS1G4 ‘Angela’. 40+. European (Dutch). PS0JX PS0JY PS0K0 PS0K1 ‘Mark’. engineer. male PS13S ‘Sarah’. female PS13C ‘Adrian’. nurse. PS0KP ‘Matt’. male ‘Sue’. 40+. 7068 words (duration not recorded). female PS1G5 ‘Michael’. housewife. male PS0KJ ‘Andy’. 15.

aircraft engineer. C2. Lancashire.310 KDA 132 conversations recorded by ‘Mark3’ (PS1GE) between 29 November and ?? December 1991 with 11 interlocutors. Home Counties. trainee aircraft engineer. male PS0N1 ‘Nora’. bus driver (psv). baker. female PS0M8 ‘Marcus’. 21. female PS0L0 ‘None’ PS0L1 ‘None’ PS0L2 ‘None’ PS0L3 ‘None’ PS0L4 ‘None’ PS0L5 ‘Kathryn’. male PS0ME ‘None’ PS0MF ‘Richard’. C1. 12125 words (duration not recorded). male KDB 27 conversations recorded by ‘Mikila’ (PS0KY) on 28 November 1991 with 10 interlocutors. plumber. 24488 words. male PS0M9 ‘Paul’. Home Counties. male PS1GN ‘Mick’. C2. totalling 349 s-units. Lancashire. 12. retired. and 3 hours 42 minutes 15 seconds of recordings. scientist. male PS1A6 ‘Kenny’. 25. Home Counties. totalling 94 s-units. Irish. 31. 32. 38. PS0M6 ‘Pamela’. 1359 words. male PS1A4 ‘Elliot’. PS0MA ‘Patricia’. male PS1GP ‘Damian’. female KDE 110 conversations recorded by ‘Nicola’ (PS0M4) between 3 and 5 June 1991 with 5 interlocutors. male PS1GF ‘Stuart’. unemployed. 23. male PS1GL ‘Graham’. C2. female PS0L6 ‘Tabitha’. PS0MX ‘Paul’. totalling 240 . Home Counties. female PS0L7 ‘Maggi’. male PS1GG ‘Mick’. 32. male PS1A5 ‘Jason’. male PS13U ‘Linda’. male PS0N0 ‘Lemar’. male PS1GM ‘Barry’. 23. aircraft engineer. housewife. 33. retired (machine operator). Irish. C2. Home Counties. 17. and over 11 hours 8 minutes 38 seconds of recordings. C2. Irish. stitcher. 22. Home Counties. female PS0M7 ‘Margaret’. male KDF 8 conversations recorded by ‘Pamela’ (PS0M6) between 31 January and 4 February 1992 with 4 interlocutors. 17. and 9 minutes 34 seconds of recordings. C2. Irish. C2. sales assistant. 17. 63. totalling 2759 s-units. C2. leading hand aircraft engineer. Home Counties. 8. 3. retired. 74. 26. 42. female PS0M5 ‘Oliver’. Home Counties. male PS0MY ‘Francis’. student (private pre). Home Counties. female PS0MB ‘None’ PS0MC ‘None’ PS0MD ‘David’. housewife. 58. female KDG 18 conversations recorded by ‘Patricia’ (PS0MA) between 14 and 16 April 1992 with 10 interlocutors. Home Counties. and 1 hour 55 minutes 44 seconds of recordings. PS19Y ‘Michael’. male PS0MG ‘None’ PS0MH ‘None’ PS0MJ ‘None’ KDC 5 conversations recorded by ‘Michael’ (PS19Y) on 3 February 1992 with 3 interlocutors. Home Counties. DE. Home Counties. 21. London. inland revenue employee. PS1GE ‘Mark’. totalling 8807 s-units. and 16 minutes 59 seconds of recordings. male PS1GH ‘Chris’. male PS1GK ‘Nigel’. 2206 words (duration not recorded). Lancashire. C2. 18. 1062 words. student (state secondary). 22. 71717 words. male PS1GJ ‘Karl’. 34. 21. Central Northern England. Canada. Irish. totalling 4112 s-units. Home Counties. Irish. aircraft engineer. 17. Scottish. pre-school. London. Lancashire. Irish. totalling 2264 s-units. 1. 16597 words. student (state primary). DE. sales person. male 12. 8207 words (duration not recorded). aircraft engineer. C2. C2. student. cleaning supervisor. female KDD 13 conversations recorded by ‘Murray’ (PS0KW) on 21 February 1992 with 1 interlocutor. aircraft engineer. 34. 24. London. sweeper. C1. aircraft engineer. PS0KY ‘Mikila’. C2. 32. Home Counties. student. 17. PS0KW ‘Murray’. male PS0KX ‘Vera’. PS0M4 ‘Nicola’. C2. List of works excerpted s-units. shop manager. Welsh. 28. Scottish. 70. female PS13X ‘Derek’. C1. child minder. 17. Lancashire. male PS13T ‘Bill’. C2. London. student. aircraft engineer. totalling 2707 s-units. student. 32. male KDH 13 conversations recorded by ‘Paul’ (PS0MX) between 10 and 16 April 1992 with 5 interlocutors. market researcher.

schoolmaster. 3462 words. 63. 2. London. technician. AB. Upper South-west England. female PS1HA ‘Sue’. European (Dutch). tutor. upholsterer. Welsh. 8658 words. tutor. Scottish. female PS1H6 ‘Lisa’. male PS0PU ‘Eric’. female PS0R2 ‘Joanna’. female PS0N9 ‘Bill’. storeman. 61. 6. and over 1 hour 50 minutes 5 seconds of recordings. North-west Midlands. 108739 words. 34. totalling 556 s-units. C1. female PS0N4 ‘Bob’. 37. male PS0PS ‘Shirley’. 57. 16. 26. North-west Midlands. London. Southern (?). 46. student. C1. London. housewife. 6. male PS0PX ‘Paula’. aircraft dispatcher. Merseyside. North-west Midlands. 55. aircraft dispatcher. female PS0PW ‘John’. female PS0N6 ‘David’. and 1 hour 34 minutes 25 seconds of recordings. 35. North-east Midlands. female PS0PR ‘Brian’. 31. 32. female PS0PT ‘Brian’. male PS0R1 ‘Joan’. London. 48. canvasser. Scottish. male PS0RM ‘Hughes’.12. male PS0PP ‘Margaret’. North-west Midlands. 43. totalling 1668 s-units. female PS0R8 ‘Laura’. technician. PS0NX ‘Rachel’. aircraft dispatcher. 61. retired. 27. female PS0N8 ‘Kay’. female PS1H8 ‘Pam’. retired. KDKPS000 ‘None’ PS1H4 ‘Paul’. retired. female PS0RF ‘John’. 57. male PS1H5 ‘Sarah’. North-west Midlands. 61. shop assistant. Merseyside. 31. North-west Midlands. North-west Midlands. female PS0P4 ‘None’. to- . North-west Midlands. student (state primary). student. female PS0R3 ‘Arthur’. South Midlands. 40. female PS0R0 ‘Bruce’. housewife. female PS0P1 ‘None’ PS0P3 ‘None’. Upper South-west England. 11. retired. housewife. female PS0P0 ‘Jenny’. 60. 26. C1. female PS0R9 ‘Scott’. North-east England. 50. 62. 65. retired. South Midlands. 70. North-west Midlands. female PS0RP ‘Hilary’. student (state primary). North-west Midlands. 45. London. 16234 words. London. driver. Scottish. laboratory technician. housewife. and over 1 hour 49 minutes 24 seconds of recordings. doctor. 10. 32. male PS0NA ‘Michelle’North-east Midlands. shop assistant. 54. totalling 1445 s-units. 27. boys brigade. 50. Northwest Midlands. student (private secondary). telephonist. male PS0RL ‘Glyn’. male PS0RD ‘Norman’. female PS0R6 ‘Nik’. chemist. North-west Midlands. machinist. London. canvasser. female PS0NY ‘Barbara’. male PS0PV ‘Chris’. PS0N3 ‘Pauline’. London. housewife. London. male PS0N7 ‘Kathy’. female KDM 103 conversations recorded by ‘Raymond’ (PS0PN) between 13 and 19 March 1992 with 46 interlocutors. female KDK 18 conversations recorded by ‘Paul2’ (PS1H4) between 29 November and 5 December 1991 with 8 interlocutors. North-west Midlands. North-west Midlands. female PS1H7 ‘Caroline’. male PS0RE ‘Molly’. 53. North-west Midlands. male PS0RH ‘Nanette’. 36. 34. 54. North-west Midlands. 66. driver. C1. C1. London. 55. canvasser. Merseyside. 45. housewife. 8. Central Midlands. chemist. female PS0RC ‘Ken’. female PS1H9 ‘Ursula’. 37. housewife. pre-school. student. joiner. male PS0R7 ‘Dorothy’. housewife. C1. Home Counties. female PS0RB ‘Carrie’. PS0PN ‘Raymond’. policeman. sales assistant. female KDL 30 conversations recorded by ‘Rachel’ (PS0NX) between 30 November and 5 December 1991 with 7 interlocutors. housewife. Central Midlands. North-west Midlands. 35. 24. male PS0R5 ‘Cathy’. male PS0RG ‘George’. 61. female PS0RJ ‘Victoria’. and 34 minutes 16 seconds of recordings. male PS0RA ‘Emily’. North-west Midlands. North-west Midlands. 44. student (state primary). unemployed. aircraft dispatcher. AB. photographer. auction worker. North-west Midlands. 8. Welsh. 5. male PS0N5 ‘Tracey’. male PS0R4 ‘Paul’. male PS0RN ‘Hayley’. 60. United States. female 311 talling 17138 s-units. female PS0PY ‘Gwyneth’. Welsh. C1. 55. List of works excerpted KDJ 6 conversations recorded by ‘Pauline’ (PS0N3) between 21 and 24 February 1992 with 8 interlocutors. London. female PS0RK ‘Arthur’. C1.

female . female PS1CG ‘Graham’. PS1K9 ‘Richard’. and 3 hours 31 minutes 40 seconds of recordings. C1. female PS1HL ‘Paul’. 31. 47Irish. student. painter. PS0NR ‘Rosemary’.’. female PS0NU ‘John’. 11. housewife. student. 53. 62. North-west Midlands. male PS1HR ‘John’. company director. Irish. totalling 793 sunits. teacher. totalling 419 sunits. North-west Midlands. DE. 64. PS0SB ‘Sandra’. male PS0NC ‘None’ PS0ND ‘None’ PS0NE ‘None’ PS0NF ‘None’ PS0NG ‘None’ PS0NH ‘None’ PS0NJ ‘None’ PS0NK ‘None’ KDV 20 conversations recorded by ‘Sandra’ (PS0SB) between 10 and 17 January 1992 with 9 interlocutors. totalling 3210 s-units. female PS0S8 ‘Shirley’. Merseyside. AB. North-west Midlands. retired. 17061 words. female 12. and 3 hours 18 minutes 13 seconds of recordings. C1. Irish. 51. C1. Central Northern England. North-west Midlands. female KDP 70 conversations recorded by ‘Richard’ (PS0NB) between 17 and 18 May 1991 with 9 interlocutors. C1. Merseyside. male PS1CF ‘Ellen’. male PS0SA ‘Margaret’. Irish. DE. 38. painter. Central Midlands. 42. male PS0RX ‘Tony’. Irish. Central Midlands. typist. student. 3098 words. male PS0NV ‘John’. 58. female PS0RW ‘Mike’. male PS1HS ‘Raymond’. female PS1HN ‘Kelly Ann’. totalling 1987 s-units. Irish. housewife. 27. 10. 55. window cleaner. KDTPS000 ‘None’ PS1CE ‘Robert’. female PS0S9 ‘Bill’. female PS0NS ‘Eileen’. housewife. lecturer. female PS0S6 ‘Diana’. North-west Midlands. dentist. shop assistant. male PS0S4 ‘George’. catering manager. 8038 words. 61. 32. Irish. clerk. Irish. 61. 26. 3. female PS0S2 ‘Teresa’. male PS0RV ‘Pat’. and 2 hours 7 minutes 21 seconds of recordings. 39. female PS0SE ‘Penny’. 34. Irish. AB. 49. remover. 38. 60Irish. London. North-west Midlands. C2. secretary. 33. 14407 words (duration not recorded). male PS0NW ‘Anne’. 55. headmistress. Irish. student. 68. retired. ancillary nurse. retired (building trade foreman). Central Northern England. totalling 2252 s-units. 43. AB. male PS1HJ ‘Jean’. male PS0S5 ‘Betty’. Central Midlands. ancillary nurse. Central Northern England. totalling 7019 s-units. student (state primary). retired. North-west Midlands. Central Midlands. 27333 words. and over 8 minutes 2 seconds of recordings. Irish. housewife. 48. female PS1HP ‘Stephen’. Irish. Central Northern England. 42Lower South-west England. typist (pt). male KDT 3 conversations recorded by ‘Robert’ (PS1CE) between 2 and 6 April 1992 with 4 interlocutors. male PS0S1 ‘Mary’. gardener. bank official. Irish. 22. salesman. DE. PS1HH ‘Raymond’. totalling 5457 s-units. male PS1HM ‘Mary’. 34. 9. retired. Irish. North-west Midlands. AB. male PS0RU ‘Ted’. List of works excerpted KDS 14 conversations recorded by ‘Rosemary’ (PS0NR) between 14 and 16 April 1991 with 6 interlocutors. male PS1KA ‘Jan’. housewife. male PS0RY ‘Alice’. female PS0SG ‘Tony’. Irish. 45. male KDU 18 conversations recorded by ‘Sam’ (PS0S3) between 15 and 21 April 1992 with 7 interlocutors. 10+. DE. female KDN 90 conversations recorded by ‘Raymond2’ (PS1HH) between 15 and 17 April 1992 with 10 interlocutors. male KDR 4 conversations recorded by ‘Richard3’ (PS1K9) between 2 and 9 April 1992 with 2 interlocutors. 13. female PS1HK ‘Kylie’. office manager. 56. female PS0S0 ‘Brian’. 40+. 45. 13827 words. Central Midlands. AB. self employed general contractor.312 PS0RR ‘Phyllis’. engineer. Irish. London. Irish. Irish. DE. 20. 81. pre-school. 50+. housewife. 43638 words. 44. female PS0SF ‘R. 57. restorer. C2. Central Midlands. PS0S3 ‘Sam’. and 1 hour 4 minutes 47 seconds of recordings. unemployed. Irish. 61. male PS0SD ‘Margaret’. female PS0NT ‘Joan’. North-west Midlands. PS0NB ‘Richard’. female PS0RS ‘Louise’. and over 41 minutes 46 seconds of recordings. 42. female PS0SC ‘Kyle’. female PS0RT ‘Tim’.

Central Southwest England. male PS1JK ‘None’ PS1JN ‘None’ PS1JP ‘None’ PS6TL ‘None’ KDY 18 conversations recorded by ‘Sidney’ (PS0SV) [dates unknown] with 8 interlocutors. housewife. PS1C1 ‘Sandra’. female PS144 ‘David’shop assistant. female PS0SX ‘None’ PS0SY ‘None’ PS0T0 ‘None’ PS0T1 ‘None’ PS0T2 ‘None’ PS0T3 ‘None’ PS0T4 ‘None’ PS0T5 ‘None’ KDX 8 conversations recorded by ‘Sharon’ (PS1CH) on 2 April 1992 with 14 interlocutors. male PS143 ‘Edith’London. female PS1C5 ‘Louis’. DE. PS0TU PS0TV PS0TW PS0TX PS0TY PS0U0 PS0U1 PS0U2 PS0U3 ‘Stephen’. sales assistant. female PS1C4 ‘Pat’. male KE1 26 conversations recorded by ‘Stephen’ (PS0TU) between 10 and 16 April 1992 with 9 interlocutors. 41. North-west Midlands. 49. 26574 words. female PS599 ‘Pat’sales assistant. butcher and baker. North-east England. totalling 3949 s-units. North-east England. housewife. London. and over 2 hours 15 minutes 23 seconds of recordings. Lancashire. electrician. 7. housewife. 60. shopkeeper. retired. male PS1CM ‘Jimmy’. student. London. Northern England. and over 53 minutes 3 seconds of recordings. male PS1JJ ‘Garry’. C1. totalling 1829 s-units. 67. male PS594 ‘John’. female PS59A ‘Gary’sales rep. North-east England. North-east England. C2. Central Midlands. North-west Midlands. totalling 1124 s-units. Irish. North-west Midlands. PS0SW ‘Simmone’. North-west Midlands. student. Northern England. and over 2 minutes 35 seconds of recordings. female PS142 ‘Ralph’London. North-east England. female PS1C6 ‘Marg’. male ‘None’Irish ‘None’Irish ‘None’Irish ‘None’Irish ‘None’Irish ‘None’Irish ‘None’Irish ‘Paul’. AB. 58. 9. male PS1CL ‘Tommy’. 53. C1. 19903 words (duration not recorded). 55. totalling 5150 s-units. North-west Midlands. North-east England. North-west Midlands. North-east England.12. female PS141 ‘Sheila’. female PS1J2 ‘None’ PS1J3 ‘None’ PS1J4 ‘None’ PS1J5 ‘None’ PS1J6 ‘None’ PS1J7 ‘None’ PS1J8 ‘None’ PS1J9 ‘None’ PS1JA ‘None’ PS1JC ‘None’ PS1JD ‘None’ PS1JE ‘None’ PS1JG ‘Alex’. female PS0SK ‘Wally’. student. housewife. female PS1CJ ‘Elsa’. male PS1JH ‘Simon’. male PS145 ‘Irene’shop assistant. 15. 62. 21. Central Midlands. housewife. 40. totalling 8669 s-units. C1. North-east England. unemployed. 45. female PS597 ‘Alan’unemployed. PS0SV ‘Sidney’. 67. PS1CH ‘Sharon’. female PS1C2 ‘June’. female PS1C3 ‘Mary’. 13318 words. C2. teacher. 17. female PS0SJ ‘Pat’. North-east England. student. male PS595 ‘Gary’. warehouseman. London. machinist. C2. North-east England. female PS1CK ‘John’. housewife. London. 22. 19. female KE0 17 conversations recorded by ‘Simmone’ (PS0SW) between 20 and 27 February 1992 with 9 interlocutors. 16. male PS140 ‘Ethel’London. 43. 30. male PS6TN ‘None’ 313 KDW 27 conversations recorded by ‘Sandra2’ (PS1C1) between 9 and 16 January 1992 with 25 interlocutors. North-west Midlands. Central Midlands. List of works excerpted PS0SH ‘Deanne’. female PS146 ‘Elvia’shop assistant. C1. 30. male . student. male PS596 ‘Bridget’unemployed. London. male PS598 ‘Margaret’sales assistant. C2. wages clerk. 18. 6335 words. 66. student. 58393 words (duration not recorded). driver. 19. Irish. male PS593 ‘Darren’. North-east England. housewife. North-west Midlands. security guard.

student. and 9 hours 36 minutes 58 seconds of recordings. Central South-west England. student (state primary). packer. female PS0WP ‘Peter’. DE. civil servant. C1. shop assistant. forklift truck driver. female KE6 59 conversations recorded by ‘Wendy’ (PS0X8) between 21 and 28 February 1992 with 8 interlocutors. 40. Central South-west England. student (state secondary). production engineer. female PS0W9 ‘Christine’. machine minder. civil servant. Phone-in caller. female PS6N0 retired. 59. 55. 44. Central South-west England. male PS0W4 ‘Margaret’. 50. student. Giving clue for Kids’ County quiz. C1. 25. male PS0X3 ‘Michael’. 35. retired. female PS0W7 ‘Adrian’. East Anglia. female PS0WU ‘None’. housewife. and 10 hours 46 minutes 58 seconds of recordings. female PS0XD ‘Sandra’. Central Southwest England. telephone engineer. student. 50. female ‘Teresa’. female PS0XC ‘Jill’. male PS0X6 ‘Gary’. Scottish. C1. Central Southwest England. PS6MY ‘Joyce’. male KEB Walsall Local Studies Centre: interview. weather forecaster. female PS0V7 ‘Rene’. PS0V4 ‘Tony’. sales representative. totalling 3280 s-units. 13. Scottish. Central Southwest England. female PS0W5 ‘Lucy’. 36. 49. office worker. 62. 60+. male PS0W8 ‘Danielle’. PS0W2 ‘Terence’. Lower South-west England. Lower Southwest England. 70883 words. staff nurse (pt). female 12. male PS0XB ‘Beth’. dentist. machine minder. unemployed. totalling 10080 s-units. 11. List of works excerpted PS0WT ‘Dawn’. Lower Southwest England. Central South-west England. female PS0X5 ‘Martin’. Central Southwest England. male KE5 4 conversations recorded by ‘Wayne’ (PS0X2) between 20 and 22 February 1992 with 6 interlocutors. 40. female PS0XA ‘Michael’. female PS0XE ‘Doreen’. 40. Scottish. student. female PS0V6 ‘Christine’. Scottish. C1. machine minder. totalling 9314 s-units. Central Southwest England. C2. Central Southwest England. housewife. female PS0V8 ‘Mum’. Scottish. and 1 hour 55 minutes 21 seconds of recordings. 47. Central South-west England. 37. Lower Southwest England. 45. Lower Southwest England. totalling 10803 s-units. PS388 PS389 PS38A PS38B ‘Geoff’. 62395 words. Scottish. student. PS0X2 ‘Wayne’. 4800 words (duration not recorded). 50+. female PS0VA ‘Dot’. fireman. Central South-west England. Scottish. female 10+. male PS0X4 ‘Brenda’. Central Southwest England. female PS0WA ‘Mima’. 22. unemployed. C2. 40+. Home Counties. student. 13. civil servant (pt).314 KE2 153 conversations recorded by ‘Terence’ (PS0W2) between 20 and 27 February 1992 with 10 interlocutors. DE. C1. female PS0X9 ‘Bev’. student (state primary). totalling 575 s-units. male PS0WR ‘Jackie’. retired (headteacher). factory operative. male PS0V5 ‘Jackie’. factory worker. 49. civil service. AB. 70. Scottish. civil servant. DE. Central South-west England. Scottish. DE. male Sample containing about 6466 words speech recorded in leisure context KGH BBC Radio Nottingham: radio broadcast. 17. female PS0VB ‘Martin’. Central South-west England. female KE4 22 conversations recorded by ‘Valerie’ (PS0WN) between 30 January and ?? ?? 1992 with 7 interlocutors. AB. 13. 10. male PS0VC ‘Margaret’. 13. DE. female PS0W6 ‘Holly’. 11. 34. 29. and over 12 hours 49 minutes 22 seconds of recordings. C2. sales representative. London. 37. female KE3 150 conversations recorded by ‘Tony’ (PS0V4) between 28 November and 5 December 1991 with 9 interlocutors. 54. 37. AB. 20. 70. female PS0WS ‘David’. Irish. 8. Lower South-west England. female PS0WW ‘None’. C1. male ‘Sue’. Central South-west England. 24. male PS0X7 ‘Sam’. 30. schoolchild. C1. factory operative. 77961 words. Central South-west England. PS0WN ‘Valerie’. female PS0XG ‘Dee’. Central Northern England. Central South-west England. male . PS0X8 ‘Wendy’. DE. sales assistant. Central Southwest England. retired. male PS0WX ‘Dougie’. 15170 words. radio presenter. male PS0W3 ‘Richard’. office worker. AB. female PS0V9 ‘Vicky’. Lower South-west England.

no further information given. female 18. telesales person. sales executive. male PS4P0 30. Worrow’. editor. male PS4NY 50. Fowles’. sales executive. male 20+. male 40+. sales executive. Bond’. PS4SD 31. telesales person. male Sample containing about 15814 words speech recorded in leisure context KGK BAIE Scotland: radio broadcast. student. PS46J . female KGKPS000 Sample containing about 9330 words speech recorded in business context KGT Team Focus . Inman’. student. schoolchild. female PS4NW 30. Birbeck’. bnc project administrator. male PS4S4 ‘Richard’. PS4NU 58. Ford’. student. student. Gibson’. lecturer. ‘J. Whitworth’. PS4S0 teacher. ‘Brown’. ‘A. Singh’. student. List of works excerpted PS38C 10+. sales executive. female Sample containing about 9483 words speech recorded in educational context KGR Adult education seminar: Justice for all. male 20+. ‘M. female 30+. trainer. sales executive. Summers’. ‘J. female 315 KGS Team Focus . ‘S.training course (TNT Express Ltd). Finister’. sales executive. male PS4S6 ‘Margaret’. ‘P. Giving clue for Kids’ County quiz. male 20+. sales executive. male PS45J 32. sales executive. ‘J. female Sample containing about 16876 words speech recorded in educational context KGP Black sheep of the family: seminar.training course (TNT Express Ltd). sales executive. councillor. female PS4S7 ‘Brian’. sales executive. male PS38G ‘Trudy’. male PS4PX 30+. Dighton’. ‘P. female PS48Y 50. Brome’. no further information given. PS4C2 47. ‘J. student. ‘J. female 30+. ‘Jan’. male Sample containing about 16990 words speech recorded in business context KGV St Dominic’s: lesson. female 30. tutor. sales executive. ‘L. Quiz phone-in caller. sales executive. ‘Peter’. sales executive. Ford’. ‘D. sales executive. PS4DV ‘Frank’. male Sample containing about 16159 words speech recorded in public context KGN Student seminar on Hunan report. male Sample containing about 9572 words speech recorded in business context KGM Leicestershire County Council: debate. male Sample containing about 12112 words speech recorded in educational context Sample containing about 18451 words speech recorded in educational context KGX St Luke’s School Council meeting. male PS38E 10+. sales executive. male PS4S8 ‘Catherine’. ‘Joyce’.12. Summers’. schoolchild. Bonner’. ‘M. male 40+. male PS4NV 30. female PS4PW 20+. sales executive. this is a vote where most people say only ’for’ or’against’. Worrow’. female 18. male . female 30. PS4PN PS4PP PS4PR PS4PS PS4PT PS4PU PS4PV 23. male PS4S5 ‘David’. ‘B. ‘P. male Sample containing about 1735 words speech recorded in educational context KGW Lecture on child sex abuse. Hartley’. Gibson’. sales executive. ‘B. no further information given. Giving clue for Kids’ County quiz. sales executive. Giving clue for Kids’ County quiz. manager. PS4TF ‘Hilliard’. ‘J. schoolchild. male Sample containing about 11774 words speech recorded in business context KGL Abbey Life training session: employee training. therefore they are not listed . ‘A. ‘P. sales executive. male 20+. female PS4NX 30. male KGMPS000 KGMPS001 KGMPS002 KGMPS003 KGMPS004 KGMPS005 KGMPS006 KGMPS007 Sample containing about 7368 words speech recorded in business context KGU Team Focus . male PS4PG 30+. telesales person. female PS4P1 30. ‘P. no further information given. ‘J. PS4DA ‘Beale’. male PS45H 47. PS45G 52. Walton’. telesales person. male PS38F 10+. female PS4PF 20+. sales executive. female PS4P2 50. Singh’. sales executive. ‘M. ‘Justin’. male PS38D 10+. male PS4P3 30. PS48T 60.training course (TNT Express Ltd). ‘J. schoolchild. ‘Justin’. PS4P8 PS4P9 PS4PA PS4PB PS4PC PS4PD PS4PE 23. Giving clue for Kids’ County quiz. Fowles’. Bond’. student.

male PS3SG 45+. Sample containing about 4266 words speech recorded in public context Sample containing about 14553 words speech recorded in educational context KLX Careers service meeting. male 12. teacher. tutor. ‘Ian’. female 40+. councillor. male PS4TJ ‘Howarth’. KJTPS000 KJTPS001 KJTPS002 Sample containing about 13112 words speech recorded in public context KLT Teachers’ conference: creative arts group. Sample containing about 5359 words speech recorded in public context KJV Albert Gunter: sermon. ‘Mike Age // First Language // Di’. male 40+.radio phone-in debating programme: live broadcast. male PS3SH 35+. PS1LM PS1LN PS1LP PS1LR 46. ‘John’. ‘Claire’. Sample containing about 4661 words speech recorded in public context KLG Tutorial lesson: BTEC engineering tutoring session. ‘Steve’. male Sample containing about 8030 words speech recorded in leisure context KJU Albert Gunter: sermon. KJSPS000 KJSPS001 KJSPS002 KJSPS003 KJSPS004 KJSPS005 KJSPS006 KJSPS007 KJSPS008 KJSPS009 KJSPS00A KJSPS00B KJSPS00C KJSPS00D KJSPS00E KJSPS00F KJSPS00G Sample containing about 13330 words speech recorded in educational context KLH Talk about railways around Southwell. AB. PS1SD 50. teacher. ‘Milvia’. team manager. team manager. ‘Robert’.316 PS4TG head of council. group manager. ‘Graham’. DE ‘Joan’. male PS1SE 18. ‘Sheila’. ‘Anne’. female PS3SL 45+. ‘Andrew’. careers advisor. female 40+. PS6MC PS6MD PS6ME PS6MF PS6MG PS6MH PS6MJ PS6MK PS6ML ‘Rose’. male PS3SM 45+. female PS3SJ 50+. student. team manager. ‘Phil’. PS21K ‘Sue’. councillor. PS6MX 60. student. teacher. male Sample containing about 10841 words speech recorded in public context KLS Harlow Women’s Institute committee meeting. DE ‘Elsie’ ‘Janet’ ‘Masie’ ‘Edna’ ‘Amy’ ‘Gwen’ Sample containing about 9645 words speech recorded in leisure context KJT Test Match special: England v Sri Lanka: live broadcast. PS3SF 40+. personal assistant. female ‘Margaret’. ‘John’. ‘Jackie’. male PS4TH ‘Evans’. male PS3SK 45+. female Sample containing about 15947 words speech recorded in business context KLW Word-processing tutorial. team manager. student. female PS3TH 10. female . Sample containing about 5662 words speech recorded in public context KLD Scottish Women: discussion about caring. female Sample containing about 4763 words speech recorded in leisure context KLE Albert Gunter: sermon. male Sample containing about 12269 words speech recorded in public context KJS Call Nick Ross . ‘Gerry’. List of works excerpted KLF Albert Gunter: sermon. male PS3TG 10. KLDPS000 KLDPS001 KLDPS002 KLDPS003 KLDPS004 KLDPS005 KLDPS006 KLDPS007 KLDPS008 Sample containing about 5374 words speech recorded in educational context KLV General Portfolio management meeting. PS3TF 50. team manager. tutor. team manager. male PS3SN 45+. teacher. ‘Kelly’.

trade unionist. ‘Angela’. trade unionist. trade unionist. male ‘Stella’. union branch leader. department of the environment senior inspector. legal representative. male PS30D 30+. managing director. legal representative. PS3YY 50+. male PS401 40+. male ‘Theresa’. trade unionist. trade unionist. male PS2J7 ‘Paul’. male PS2LT ‘John’. male PS2J5 ‘Avril’. Phone-in caller. male PS400 40+. day 7. male PS2J0 ‘Mick’. Phone-in caller. trade unionist. secretary of trades council. for the Ministry of Agriculture. PS2L2 PS2L3 PS2L4 PS2L5 PS2L6 PS2L7 PS2L8 PS2L9 PS2LA ‘Dick’. male PS30G 50+. male Sample containing about 13855 words speech recorded in leisure context . male PS30E ‘Mallory Gelder’. ‘Dennis Mccarthy’. female ‘John’. reporter. female ‘Maureen’. female ‘Diane’. trade unionist. ‘Mr D Potter’. male PS2LL ‘Denise’. trade unionist. female PS2LM ‘Chris’. afternoon session: public county council planning meeting. for North Yorkshire County Council. trade unionist. salesman. ‘David White’. female ‘June’. male PS2LP ‘Mike’. male PS2LS ‘ED’. ‘Mr D Allenby’. male Sample containing about 11809 words speech recorded in leisure context KM4 British Market Research Bureau monthly meeting. trade unionist. male 14+. female PS2J4 ‘Frank’. trade unionist. ‘Mr F Broughton’. ‘Peter’. PS3TP PS3TR PS3TS PS3TT PS3TU PS3TV PS3TX ‘John’. legal representative. female ‘Sue’. female ‘Sharron’. trade unionist. female PS30K ‘John’. legal representative. careers advisor. ‘Mr Les J Saunders’. male KM5PS000 Sample containing about 12853 words speech recorded in business context KM1 Trade Union Annual Congress. female PS4BY 53. department of the environment adjudicator. careers advisor. director of social services. careers advisor. solicitor. male PS30J 40+. female 317 KM3 BBC Radio Nottingham phone-in: radio broadcast. male PS4BX 32. director. ‘Miss D Whittaker’. ‘John’. for Selby District Council. male Sample containing about 14440 words speech recorded in educational context KM7 EIP meeting at Strensall Village Hall. Phone-in caller. ‘Mr E Barnett’. PS46L no further information given Sample containing about 12143 words speech recorded in business context KM2 Dennis McCarthy Show: radio broadcast. female ‘Joanne’. ‘Conan’. ‘Lesley’. president of trade union. Phone-in caller. radio presenter. male ‘Alan’. careers advisor. trade unionist. male ‘Geoff’. PS2LJ ‘Dick’. female ‘Kevin’. trade unionist. female ‘Kevin’. trade unionist. male PS2LN ‘Duncan’. male ‘Cath’. trade unionist. ‘Rob Tomlinson’. director. male ‘Sheila’. male PS2LR ‘Ron’. trade unionist. Phone-in caller. legal representative. president of trade union.12. male PS404 50+. male PS2J1 ‘Duncan’. male PS2J3 ‘Sally’. Phone-in caller. trade unionist. female ‘Nigel Bell’. female PS402 40+. radio presenter. male PS2J2 ‘John’. reporter PS30F head of un operations in bosnia. ‘Mr Terry Heselton’. male PS2LK ‘John’. departmental chairman. careers advisor. female Sample containing about 18325 words speech recorded in business context KM5 Abbey Life training session: employee training. male PS4C0 47. administrator. male PS403 30+. female PS2J6 ‘William’. PS2HY ‘Dick’. trade unionist. director. female ‘Dorothy’. trade unionist. for the Department of the Environment. trade unionist. reporter. male ‘Ray Hilton’. male ‘Sylvia’. newsreader. salesman. male PS406 45+. for Harrogate Borough Council. male ‘Richard’. female ‘Alison Ford’. male PS30L 40+. PS4BW 25. List of works excerpted PS21L PS21M PS21N PS21P PS21R ‘Bill’. president of trade union. female ‘Annie Smith’. male ‘Nigel’. trade unionist. ‘Ken’. male PS30H 40+. from David Lock Associates. ‘Karen’. female ‘Elizabeth’. PS312 PS313 PS314 PS315 PS316 PS317 PS318 PS319 PS31A daytime Sample containing about 10307 words speech recorded in business context KLY Trade Union Annual Congress. ‘Bob’. trade unionist. personnel director. ‘Mr David P Lock’. female Sample containing about 13768 words speech recorded in business context KM0 Trade Union Annual Congress. male ‘Tom’. male Sample containing about 12679 words speech recorded in business context KM6 Bristol University history department: employee training. newsreader. male ‘Rita’. Phone-in caller. Phone-in caller. salesperson. male PS405 35+. PS30C 30+.

PS26H ‘Ted’. female PS6SV KNFPS000 Sample containing about 15005 words speech recorded in leisure context KN3 Suffolk County Council Highways and Transport Committee meeting. ‘Malcolm’. PS1RG ‘Albert Gunter’. female Sample containing about 5634 words speech recorded in educational context KNF Talk by WPC. PS1RK ‘Albert Gunter’. male PS6SY 55+. male PS6M3 15. male PS26J PS26K ‘Heather’. student. ‘R Brown’. male football commentator. PS6LY 50. ‘Glynis Herbert’. student. PS6M2 50. minister. minister. male Sample containing about 4863 words speech recorded in public context KNA Albert Gunter: sermon. PS6M6 general practitioner. male Sample containing about 10320 words speech recorded in public context KNG Medical consultation. minister. PS1RJ ‘Albert Gunter’. tutor. female Sample containing about 4423 words speech recorded in educational context KNE Maths tutorial. PS3SD 40. male Sample containing about 5452 words speech recorded in public context KN9 Albert Gunter: sermon. ‘T Hallam’. no further information given. AB. ‘D Kemp’. Chairperson. councillor. male PS37N ‘Roy Bailey’. AB. male ‘Mick Walker’. removal man. ‘Guy’. male Sample containing about 20576 words speech recorded in leisure context KND Maths tutorial. tutor. male PS6T4 30+.(invited speaker): lecture/seminar.. retired music teacher. football commentator. male PS37M football commentator. PS6M4 general practitioner. male PS6SX 30+. male PS6M9 .318 PS407 45+. radio presenter. male PS6M5 Sample containing about 6359 words speech recorded in public context KN7 Albert Gunter: sermon. male Sample containing about 4031 words speech recorded in public context KNB Albert Gunter: sermon. male KN7PS000 Sample containing about 568 words speech recorded in public context KNH Medical consultation. PS37G PS37H PS37J PS37K ‘Martin Fisher’. male PS6T5 51. male 12. PS1RL ‘Albert Gunter’. male Sample containing about 11407 words speech recorded in public context KN1 Royal Courts: hearing. male PS6T1 60+. minister. PS6SW 60+. Main speaker. male PS37L football commentator. male PS37R football commentator. List of works excerpted PS1RH ‘Albert Gunter’. for Richmondshire District Council. male PS37P football commentator. male Sample containing about 6708 words speech recorded in public context KN2 BBC Radio Nottingham: radio broadcast. ‘Mr P Earle’. male Sample containing about 16930 words speech recorded in public context KM8 Halam Parish Council meeting. PS4KB judge. AB. male PS6T3 65+. ‘S Bust’. football manager. football club chairman. male ‘Colin Slater’. Recording the meeting. male KN1PS000 KN1PS001 KN1PS002 KN1PS003 Sample containing about 3582 words speech recorded in public context KNC Guppy’s Enterprise Club . PS6M0 50. Secretary/clerk. PS6M8 general practitioner. male Sample containing about 19356 words speech recorded in public context KN6 Albert Gunter: sermon. ‘H Rickett’. male PS6M7 Sample containing about 6868 words speech recorded in public context KN8 Albert Gunter: sermon. ‘John Rose’. male PS6T2 55+. ‘Malcolm’. ‘P Rickett’. PS6SU ‘Albert Gunter’. ‘E Bust’. legal representative. minister. minister. male PS6M1 15. Sample containing about 520 words speech recorded in public context KNJ Medical consultation. female PS6T0 55+. ‘Neal’.

C2. PS513 ‘Carla’student. male PS4YY ‘Marc’. 14. 14. student. C2. London. 43. 13924 words. male PS50Y ‘Philip’. 16. male ‘James’. male KNU 1 conversation recorded by ‘716’ (PS4Y1) [dates unknown] with 2 interlocutors. 48. 70. 48. 65 words. 14. student. totalling 1244 s-units. female PS4XR ‘Jill’. student. and over 8 minutes 37 seconds of recordings. male PS6MB 319 KNW 3 conversations recorded by ‘727’ (PS4YL) [dates unknown] with 4 interlocutors. male KP2 11 conversations recorded by ‘Carla’ (PS513) [dates unknown] with 8 interlocutors. student. KNYPS000 ‘None’ PS4YX ‘Alex’. male ‘Ben’. and 1 hour 23 minutes 38 seconds of recordings. 16. 23. C2. male ‘Kanti’. male Sample containing about 460 words speech recorded in public context KNR 3 conversations recorded by ‘206’ (PS4XN) [dates unknown] with 5 interlocutors. student. and 1 minute 22 seconds of recordings. Merseyside. student. 2979 words (duration not recorded). totalling 1078 s-units. C1. 1120 words (duration not recorded). 7387 words (duration not recorded). male PS4Y7 ‘Ado’. male PS510 ‘John’. Northern England.12. male PS4XX ‘Sarah’. student. female PS515 ‘Gabriel’teacher. male PS500 ‘Daniel’. 13. C2. PS50T ‘Arthur’. student. female PS4XT ‘Lee’. teacher. totalling 518 s-units. teacher. 8570 words. housewife. male ‘Shashain’. KNVPS000 ‘None’ PS4Y3 ‘None’student. male PS4Y6 ‘Abbey’. PS6MA general practitioner. male ‘Barry’. 35North-west Midlands. London. Merseyside. student. and over 56 minutes 54 seconds of recordings. female PS6U5 ‘None’ PS6U6 ‘None’ KNS 5 conversations recorded by ‘712’ (PS4XU) [dates unknown] with 5 interlocutors. AB. C1. female . student. 72. 50. 12. retired (engineer). teacher. Lower South-west England. C1 ‘Richard’. 21. student. female PS4Y9 ‘Selassie’. 15. male PS50U ‘A. 13. PS4YL PS4YM PS4YN PS4YP ‘None’student. 7356 words. C1. PS50D PS50E PS50F PS50G PS50J ‘Alistair’. PS4XP ‘Rachel’. totalling 117 s-units. C1. student. totalling 11 s-units. student. East Anglia. female PS4Y8 ‘Dinah’. student. male PS50X ‘Paul’. student. 15. KNTPS000 ‘None’ PS4XW ‘None’. female PS50V ‘Paula’. C1. student. civil servant. secretary. and over 1 hour 49 minutes 18 seconds of recordings. student. 14. student. totalling 2413 s-units. 44. teacher (pt). PS4Y1 ‘None’. North-west Midlands. London. C2. female PS4XS ‘Sarah’. student. male PS501 ‘Emma’. AB. female KP1 28 conversations recorded by ‘Arthur2’ (PS50T) between 27 February and 2 March 1992 with 7 interlocutors. 13. 16. female PS514 ‘Papya’. 66500 words (duration not recorded). male ‘None’ ‘None’ ‘None’ KP0 8 conversations recorded by ‘Alistair’ (PS50D) [dates unknown] with 6 interlocutors. 13. North-west Midlands. totalling 1081 s-units. 19.’. 8. 4933 words. totalling 44 s-units. 14. 41. female PS50W ‘Anthony’. 32. AB. C1. 291 words. PS4XU PS4XV PS5AP PS5AR PS5AS ‘None’student. 19. 11. student. male ‘Jimmy’. male PS4Y5 ‘Marc’. student. student. C1. teacher. male PS4Y4 ‘Julian’. totalling 455 s-units. Northern England. female KNV 12 conversations recorded by ‘717’ (PS4Y3) [dates unknown] with 9 interlocutors. C1. List of works excerpted Sample containing about 402 words speech recorded in public context KNK Medical consultation. totalling 9863 s-units. student. male KNT 2 conversations recorded by ‘715’ (PS4XW) [dates unknown] with 4 interlocutors. Lower South-west England. and 2 minutes 31 seconds of recordings. lawyer. student. North-west Midlands. AB. 13. male ‘Rupert’. male KNY 9 conversations recorded by ‘Alex’ (PS4YX) between [date unknown] and ?? ?? 1993 with 7 interlocutors. 15. 13. AB PS4Y2 ‘Mother’. 15.

watchtower representative. totalling 4101 s-units. AB. London. London. totalling 3884 s-units. PS52N ‘Chris’. KP3PS000 ‘None’ PS51F ‘Caroline’. female ‘Jones’teacher. London. builder. C1. Home Counties. student. 13. female PS51U ‘Catherine’. C2. London. student. student. 13. female PS52H ‘Zoe’. builder. North-east England. 14. 32640 words. male PS6U1 ‘None’ KP8 7 conversations recorded by ‘Christopher’ (PS52T) between 30 January and 8 February 1992 with 6 interlocutors. 16. female PS51L ‘Moore’teacher. female PS52D ‘Phil’. male PS6PU ‘Paul’. female PS52G ‘Lucy’. student. 33704 words. female PS535 ‘JO’. Scottish. student. student. 16. 5. 36. and over 4 hours 50 minutes 18 seconds of recordings. North-east England. pre-school. male PS52X ‘Norma’. Scottish. child minder. male PS6P4 ‘Danny’. male PS51K ‘Luch’. London. nurse (pt). student (state pre). 60. 17. 20. PS527 ‘Catherine’. 20. unemployed. 40. PS52C ‘Catriona’. 14. London. North-east England. 16. 16. AB. male PS6PB ‘Kyle’. 20442 words. totalling 2901 s-units. Scottish. student. and 2 hours 1 minute 42 seconds of recordings. male PS52K ‘Father’artist. C2. London. London. female PS6TP ‘None’ KP6 10 conversations recorded by ‘Catriona’ (PS52C) on ?? ?? 1993 with 9 interlocutors. 14. fema