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991 INDEX TO VOLUME 86 (2010) Adam’s tongue: How humans made language, how language made humans. By D. Bickerton. Rev. by M. A. Arbib. 86.2.431–35 (2010). Adjectives and adverbs: Syntax, semantics, and discourse. Ed. by L. McNally and C. Kennedy. Rev. by R. Eckardt. 86.2.450–52 (2010). ADLER, SILVIA, and D. KURZON (eds.) Adpositions: Pragmatic, semantic and syntactic perspectives. Rev. by Ö. Dahl. 86.2.448–50 (2010). Adpositions: Pragmatic, semantic and syntactic perspectives. Ed. by D. Kurzon and S. Adler. Rev. by Ö. Dahl. 86.2.448–50 (2010). Advances in comparative Germanic syntax. Ed. by A. Alexiadou, J. Hankamer, T. McFadden, J. Nuger, and F. Schäfer. Rev. by J. van Craenenbroeck. 86.4.940–43 (2010). AGBAYANI, BRIAN, and C. GOLSTON. Phonological movement in Classical Greek. 86.1.133–67 (2010). Agreement restrictions. Ed. by R. D’Alessandro, S. Fischer, and G. H. Hrafnbjargarson. Rev. by M. Rezac. 86.4.948–53 (2010). ALEXIADOU, ARTEMIS; L. HAEGEMAN; and M. STAVROU. Noun phrase in the generative perspective. Rev. by G. Giusti. 86.3.700–702 (2010). ALEXIADOU, ARTEMIS; J. HANKAMER; T. MCFADDEN; J. NUGER; and F. SCHÄFER (eds.) Advances in comparative Germanic syntax. Rev. by J. van Craenenbroeck. 86.4.940–43 (2010). ANDERSON, GREGORY D. S. Auxiliary verb constructions. Rev. by E. J. Vajda. 86.2.429–31 (2010). ANDRESEN, JULIE TETEL. Rev. of Koerner, Toward a history of American linguistics. 86.1.226–28 (2010). Aperçus de morphologie du français [Insights into French morphology]. Ed. by B. Fradin, F. Kerleroux, and M. Plénat. Rev. by L. Bauer. 86.2.444–48 (2010). ARBIB, MICHAEL A. Rev. of Bickerton, Adam’s tongue: How humans made language, how language made humans . 86.2.431–35 (2010). ARKADIEV, PETER M. RA on Corbett and Noonan (eds.), Case and grammatical relations: Studies in honor of Bernard Comrie. 86.2.416–28 (2010). Ass camouflage construction, The: Masks as parasitic heads. By R. D. Levine. 86.2.265–301 (2010). Auxiliary verb constructions. By G. D. S. Anderson. Rev. by E. J. Vajda. 86.2.429–31 (2010). BAO, ZHIMING. A usage-based approach to substratum transfer: The case of four unproductive features in Singapore English. 86.4.792–820 (2010). BASBØLL, HANS; N. GRØNNUM; and F. GREGERSEN (eds.) Sound structure in language. By J. Rischel. Rev. by K. J. Kohler. 86.2.458–62 (2010). BAUER, LAURIE. Rev. of Fradin, Kerleroux, and Plénat (eds.), Aperçus de morphologie du français [Insights into French morphology]. 86.2.444–48 (2010). BEAVERS, JOHN. The structure of lexical meaning: Why semantics really matters. 86.4.821–64 (2010). BESNIER, NIKO. Rev. of Makihara and Schieffelin (eds.), Consequences of contact: Language ideologies and sociocultural transformations in Pacific societies. 86.1.234–37 (2010). BEST, CATHERINE T.; L. GOLDSTEIN; and D. H. WHALEN (eds.) Laboratory phonology 8. Rev. by J. Padgett. 86.4.957–60 (2010). BICKERTON, DEREK. Adam’s tongue: How humans made language, how language made humans. Rev. by M. A. Arbib. 86.2.431–35 (2010). BORNKESSEL-SCHLESEWSKY, INA, and M. SCHLESEWSKY. Processing syntax and morphology: A neurocognitive perspective. Rev. by C. Clifton, Jr. 86.4.943–45 (2010). BORSLEY, ROBERT D. Rev. of Culicover, Natural language syntax. 86.4.945–48 (2010). BOWERN, CLAIRE. Fieldwork and the IRB: A snapshot (Short Report). 86.4.897–905 (2010). BOWERN, CLAIRE. Linguistic fieldwork: A practical guide. Rev. by A. Terrill. 86.2.435–38 (2010). BOWERN, CLAIRE. Rev. of Campbell and Poser, Language classification: History and method. 86.3.706–9 (2010). BRANDT, SILKE; E. LIEVEN; and M. TOMASELLO. Development of word order in German complement-clause constructions: Effects of input frequencies, lexical items, and discourse function. 86.3.583–610 (2010). BRESNAN, JOAN, and M. FORD. Predicting syntax: Processing dative constructions in American and Australian varieties of English. 86.1.168–213 (2010). BRINTON, LAUREL J. The comment clause in English: Syntactic origins and pragmatic development. Rev. by A. H. Jucker. 86.1.214–15 (2010). BRUENING, BENJAMIN. Language-particular syntactic rules and constraints: English locative inversion and dosupport . 86.1.43–84 (2010). 992 LANGUAGE, VOLUME 86, NUMBER 4...

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