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  Digital Humor by Alleen Pace Nilsen and Don L. F. Nilsen
  Growing Old
  Humorous Literary Genres
  Don L. F. Nilsen Language Awareness: Attention to Detail
  Eng 213 final exam
  The Tongue: Our Strongest Muscle articulatory phonetics (Callary 120)
  Speech acts by Don L. F. Nilsen conditions on performatives
  Some Historical Advertisements
  Comics, comix, & the graphic novel
  Co-Constructed Humor: a new Kind of Play for Adults
  English as a Global Language
  The Tongue: Our Strongest Muscle
  Phonetics see also “Phonology,” “Spelling” & “Writing Systems”
  Eng 312: Midsemester Exam Language Awareness by Eschholz, Rosa and Clark 9th Edition (2005), pages 1-420
  Prose styles: tough, sweet and stuffy
  Humorous Literary Genres
  Pragmatics see also “African American English” “Ethnicity” “Indian- american Humor” “Jewish Humor” and “Spanish-American Contrasts”
  Prose styles: tough, sweet and stuffy
  More Fact than Fiction 14 a novel Perspective
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