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  1. Two types of deverbal nominalization in Northern Paiute
  2. Maziar Toosarvandani
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  1. On the disunity of right-node raising phenomena: Extraposition, ellipsis, and deletion
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  1. The semantics of sluicing: Beyond truth conditions
  2. Scott AnderBois
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  1. Asymmetries in the prosodic phrasing of function words: Another look at the suffixing preference
  2. Nikolaus P. Himmelmann
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  1. The language of Queen Elizabeth I: A sociolinguistic perspective on royal style and identity by Mel Evans (review)
  2. Graham Williams
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  1. The transmission of Anglo-Norman: Language history and language acquisition by Richard Ingham (review)
  2. David W. Lightfoot
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  2. Maria-Josep Solé
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  1. Numeral classifiers in Chinese: The syntax-semantics interface by XuPing Li (review)
  2. Matthias Gerner
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  1. Computational methods for corpus annotation and analysis by Xiaofei Lu (review)
  2. Richard Xiao
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  2. Susan Fischer
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  2. Iris Berent
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  1. Grammatical variation in British English dialects: A study in corpus-based dialectometry by Benedikt Szmrecsanyi (review)
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  1. Clause structure by Elly van Gelderen (review)
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  1. Recent Publications
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  1. Index to Volume 90 (2014)
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  1. Jasmine and the Bee: Spelling word-initial [th] in English
  2. Gerald R. McMenamin, Lindsay N. Kerr
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  1. Language management in the People’s Republic of China
  2. Bernard Spolsky
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  1. How to investigate linguistic diversity: Lessons from the Pacific Northwest
  2. Henry Davis, Carrie Gillon, Lisa Matthewson
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  1. How field linguists have been investigating linguistic diversity: Commentary on Davis, Gillon, and Matthewson
  2. Willem de Reuse
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  1. Descriptive hypothesis testing is distinct from comparative hypothesis testing: Commentary on Davis, Gillon, and Matthewson
  2. Martin Haspelmath
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  1. High school linguistics: A secondary school elective course
  2. Suzanne Loosen
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