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  Volume 90, Number 2, June 2014

Table of Contents

Articles

  Onsets contribute to syllable weight: Statistical evidence from stress and meter

pp. 309-341
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Precede-and-command revisited

pp. 342-388
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The contribution of evidentials to utterance content: Evidence from the Basque reportative particle omen

pp. 389-423
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  The contribution of evidentials to utterance content: Evidence from the Basque reportative particle omen: Online Appendix

pp. s1-s3
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  On the linguistic effects of articulatory ease, with a focus on sign languages

pp. 424-456
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Web Only Supplemental Material (Open Access)

  On the linguistic effects of articulatory ease, with a focus on sign languages

  A statistical comparison of written language and nonlinguistic symbol systems

pp. 457-481
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Web Only Supplemental Material (Open Access)

  A statistical comparison of written language and nonlinguistic symbol systems: Online Supplementary Materials

pp. s1-s27
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Hiatus resolution in American English: The case against glide insertion

pp. 482-514
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Language and Public Policy (Web Only Content)

Ensuring language acquisition for deaf children: What linguists can do

pp. e31-e52
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Discussion Note

Recursive misrepresentations: A reply to Levinson (2013)

pp. 515-528
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Reviews

The languages of the Amazon by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald (review)

pp. 529-530
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Louder than words: The new science of how the mind makes meaning by Benjamin K. Bergen (review)

pp. 531-533
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Relative clauses in languages of the Americas: A typological overview ed. by Bernard Comrie, Zarina Estrada-Fernández (review)

pp. 534-536
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The Cherokee syllabary: Writing the people’s perseverance by Ellen Cushman (review)

pp. 537-540
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Bringing our languages home: Language revitalization for families ed. by Leanne Hinton (review)

pp. 540-543
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Singapore English: Structure, variation, and usage by Jakob R. E. Leimgruber (review)

pp. 543-545
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Wisconsin talk: Linguistic diversity in the Badger State ed. by Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy, Joseph Salmons (review)

pp. 545-548
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A history of German: What the past reveals about today’s language by Joseph Salmons (review)

pp. 548-551
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The Editor’s Report

pp. 552-554
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Recent Publications

pp. 555-559
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Research Areas

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