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  Volume 83, Number 3, September 2007

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From: Language

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Dedication

p. 491
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The Editor's Department: Recognizing a Language great

pp. 493-494
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Principles of event segmentation in language: The case of motion events

pp. 495-532
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At least et al: The semantic of scalar modifiers

pp. 533-559
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Language change across the lifespan: /r/ in Montreal French

pp. 560-588
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Evidentiality and double tense in Matses

pp. 589-614
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Short Report

Forty years of language change on Martha's Vineyard

pp. 615-627
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Obituary

William Oliver Bright

pp. 628-641
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Reviews

Doctor Dolittle's delusion: Animals and the uniqueness of human language (review)

pp. 642-644
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The handbook of second language acquisition (review)

pp. 644-647
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Verb clusters: A study of Hungarian, German and Dutch (review)

pp. 647-651
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Functional constraints in grammar: On the unergative-unaccusative distinction (review)

pp. 651-654
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Language matters: A guide to everyday questions about language (review)

pp. 654-657
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New-dialect formation: The inevitability of colonial Englishes (review)

pp. 657-661
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Tone (review)

pp. 662-664
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Recent Publications

Recent Publications

pp. 697-702
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Correction

Correction

p. 492
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Research Areas

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