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  1. Pragmatics and the social life of the English definite article
  2. Eric K. Acton
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  2. Ryan Bennett, Emily Elfner, James McCloskey
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  2. Daniel Gutzmann, Robert Henderson
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  1. Expressive updates, much? Supplemental Material
  2. Daniel Gutzmann, Robert Henderson
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  1. Implicit control crosslinguistically
  2. Marcel Pitteroff, Florian Schäfer
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  1. Arrested development: Case attraction as a transitional stage from Old Icelandic demonstrative to relative
  2. Christopher D. Sapp
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  1. Generative linguistics and neural networks at 60: Foundation, friction, and fusion
  2. Joe Pater
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  1. No integration without structured representations: Response to Pater
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  1. Generative grammar, neural networks, and the implementational mapping problem: Response to Pater
  2. Ewan Dunbar
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  2. Tal Linzen
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  1. Fusion is great, and interpretable fusion could be exciting for theory generation: Response to Pater
  2. Lisa S. Pearl
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  2. Christopher Potts
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  2. Jonathan Rawski, Jeffrey Heinz
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  1. The effect of allophonic processes on word recognition: Eye-tracking evidence from Canadian raising
  2. Ashley Farris-Trimble, Anne-Michelle Tessier
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  1. Tone: The present state and future potential
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  1. Spontaneous spoken English: An integrated approach to the emergent grammar of speech by Alexander Haselow (review)
  2. Liesbeth Degand
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  2. Claudio Iacobini
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  1. Quantitative historical linguistics: A corpus framework by Gard B. Jenset and Barbara McGillivray (review)
  2. Dirk Geeraerts
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  1. Borrowing: Loanwords in the speech community and in the grammar by Shana Poplack (review)
  2. Bernd Heine
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