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  Volume 90, Number 3, September 2014

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From: Language

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Letters to Language

p. 561


Distributive numerals and distance distributivity in Tlingit (and beyond)

pp. 562-606

Logico-cognitive structure in the lexicon

pp. 607-643

On the grammar of a Senegalese drum language

pp. 644-668

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  On the grammar of a Senegalese drum language: Audio and video clips

Lexical differences between Tuscan dialects and standard Italian: Accounting for geographic and sociodemographic variation using generalized additive mixed modeling

pp. 669-692

Grammatical change through lexical accumulation: Voicing cooccurrence restrictions in Afrikaans

pp. 693-721

Perspectives (Web Only Content)

Target Article

Child language acquisition: Why universal grammar doesn’t help

pp. e53-e90

The linking problem is a special case of a general problem none of us has solved: Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven

pp. e91-e96

Focus on facts not fiction: Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven

pp. e97-e106

Evaluating learning-strategy components: Being fair (Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven)

pp. e107-e114

News, somewhat exaggerated: Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven

pp. e115-e125

All hands on deck: In defense of the prosodic bootstrapping hypothesis and multiple theoretical approaches (Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven)

pp. e126-e130

Development of interventions for language impairment: Why universal grammar may be harmful (Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven)

pp. e131-e143

Short Shot

Economic growth and linguistic theory

pp. e144-e148

Short Reports

On the (non)universality of the preference for subject-object word order in sentence comprehension: A sentence-processing study in Kaqchikel Maya

pp. 722-736

Negation and nominalization in Kusunda

pp. 737-745

A note on the non-de se interpretation of attitude reports

pp. 746-754


Charles J. Fillmore

pp. 755-761


Definite descriptions by Paul Elbourne (review)

pp. 762-765

English rhythms in Russian verse: On the experiment of Joseph Brodsky by Nila Friedberg (review)

pp. 765-767

Case in Semitic: Roles, relations, and reconstruction by Rebecca Hasselbach (review)

pp. 768-771

An annotated syntax reader: Lasting insights and questions ed. by Richard S. Kayne, Thomas Leu, and Raffaella Zanuttini (review)

pp. 771-773

Count and mass across languages ed. by Diane Massam (review)

pp. 773-776

Sociolinguistic fieldwork by Natalie Schilling (review)

pp. 776-779

Recent Publications

Recent Publications

pp. 780-783

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