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  Volume 85, Number 3, September 2009

Table of Contents

On agent nominalizations and why they are not like event nominalizations

pp. 517-556
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Prescription vs. praxis: The evolution of future temporal reference in French

pp. 557-587
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Reconstruction of morphosyntactic function: Nonspatial usage of spatial case marking in Tsezic

pp. 588-617
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SIL International and the disciplinary culture of linguistics

SIL International and the disciplinary culture of linguistics: Introduction

pp. 618-619
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Practical language development: Whose mission?

pp. 619-629
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'We do not want to masquerade as linguists': A short history of SIL and the academy

pp. 629-635
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Language ideologies, endangered-language linguistics, and Christianization

pp. 635-639
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Syntax, souls, or speakers?: On SIL and community language development

pp. 640-646
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SIL International: An emic view

pp. 646-646-658
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Short Report

On the distinction between regular and irregular inflectional morphology: Evidence from Dinka

pp. 659-670
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Discussion Note

Evidence and argumentation: A reply to Everett (2009)

pp. 671-681
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Reviews

Split auxiliary systems: A cross-linguistic perspective (review)

pp. 682-687
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Narrative: State of the art (review)

pp. 687-690
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Sociolinguistic variation: Theories, methods, and applications (review)

pp. 690-693
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Discourse on the move: Using corpus analysis to describe discourse structure (review)

pp. 694-696
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Code-switching in bilingual children (review)

pp. 697-700
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Narrow syntax and phonological form (review)

pp. 700-703
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Agreement (review)

pp. 703-706
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Relators and linkers: The syntax of predication, predicate inversion, and copulas (review)

pp. 706-710
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Why we talk: The evolutionary origins of language (review)

pp. 710-713
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The typology of semantic alignment (review)

pp. 713-716
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Discovering syntax: Clause structures of English, German and Romance (review)

pp. 716-719
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Methods in historical pragmatics (review)

pp. 719-720
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The Oxford handbook of cognitive linguistics (review)

pp. 721-724
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Neurolinguistics: An introduction to spoken language processing and its disorders (review)

pp. 724-727
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Latin suffixal derivatives in English and their Indo-European ancestry (review)

pp. 727-732
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The singing Neanderthals: The origins of music, language, mind and body, and: Music, language, and the brain (review)

pp. 732-736
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Variation and change in Tocharian B (review)

pp. 736-740
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Fighting over words: Language and civil law cases (review)

pp. 740-743
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On the syntactic composition of manner and motion (review)

pp. 744-747
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Recent Publications

Recent Publications

pp. 748-751
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Research Areas

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