Leona Dick

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  • L Dick
  • 1998
One third of persons who travel abroad experience a travel-related illness, usually diarrhea or an upper respiratory infection. The risk of travelers' diarrhea can be reduced by eating only freshly prepared, hot foods. Combination therapy with a single dose of ofloxacin plus loperamide usually provides relief from travelers' diarrhea within 24 hours. Using(More)
The two branches of Western Numic are the Mono and Northern Paiute languages. We argue that this taxonomic structure did not arise as usually assumed in historical linguistics, through increased differentiation brought about by changes internal to each branch, but rather that diffusion between Western and Central Numic played a crucial role in forming the(More)
1 The data in this article comes primarily from my own fieldwork on the variety of Northern Paiute spoken at Mono Lake in eastern California (Lee Vining, California) and immediately to the north in Bridgeport and Coleville, California, and Sweetwater, Nevada. In addition to the Mono Lake dialect, there are several other closely related dialects spoken(More)
INTRODUCTION The Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) of Halton Region have been historically under-surveyed, especially when compared with both odonate work in nearby areas (in 2000 Peel Region had 71 documented species, Metropolitan Toronto had 81, while Halton had only 49 [Cading & Brownell 2000)), and with work within Halton on other groups (e.g.(More)
Northern Paiute (Numic, Uto-Aztecan: western United States) has two strategies for constructing nonsubject relative clauses. In INTERNALLY-HEADED RELATIVE CLAUSES, the head noun is contained inside the relative clause, while in EXTERNALLY-HEADED RELATIVE CLAUSES, it occurs outside of it. Why does Northern Paiute have precisely these two relativization(More)
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