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  • Index to Volume 79 (2003)

Abraham, Werner, and C. J.-W. Zwart (eds.) Issues in formal German(ic) typology. BN by K. K. Grohmann. 79.827–28 (2003).

Abramson, Arthur S. Rev. of Catford, A practical introduction to phonetics. 2nd edn. 79.631–34 (2003).

Actes du trente-deuxième Congrès des Algonquinistes. Ed. by J. D. Nichols. BN by D. Golumbia. 79.814–15 (2003).

Actualization: Linguistic change in progress. Ed. by H. Andersen. Rev. by E. C. Traugott. 79.772–75 (2003).

Against Creole exceptionalism. Discussion Note by M. DeGraff. 79.391–410 (2003).

Aguilar, Manual Cruz; M. Slocum; and F. L. Gerdel (eds.) Diccionario Tzeltal de Bachajón Chiapas. BN by S. Robinson. 79.668–69 (2003).

Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y. Classifiers: A typology of noun categorization devices. BN by A. S. Kaye. 79.213 (2003).

Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y.; R. M. W. Dixon; and M. Onishi (eds.) Non-canonical marking of subjects and objects. BN by E. J. Vajda. 79.426 (2003).

Albertazzi, Liliana (ed.) Meaning and cognition: A multidisciplinary approach. BN by C. Xie. 79.213–14 (2003).

Alexiadou, Artemis. Functional structure in nominals: Nominalization and ergativity. BN by K. K. Grohmann. 79.643 (2003).

Ambiguity avoidance in English relative clauses. By D. Temperley. 79.464–84 (2003).

Ambrosini, Riccardo. Introduzione alla glottologia Indoeuropea. BN by A. Capone. 79.426–27 (2003).

Analogy, levelling, markedness: Principles of change in phonology and morphology. Ed. by A. Lahiri. Rev. by J. C. Salmons. 79.783–86 (2003).

Anaphora: A cross-linguistic study. By Y. Huang. Rev. by P. Siemund. 79.634–38 (2003).

Andersen, Henning (ed.) Actualization: Linguistic change in progress. Rev. by E. C. Traugott. 79.772–75 (2003).

Anderson, Stephen R., and D. W. Lightfoot. The language organ: Linguistics as cognitive physiology. RA by F. J. Newmeyer. 79.583–99 (2003).

Antonymy: A corpus-based perspective. By S. Jones. BN by M. L. Murphy. 79.840–41 (2003).

Applying sociolinguistics: Domains and face-to-face interaction. By D. Boxer. BN by B. Li. 79.831 (2003).

Apresjan, Juri. Systematic lexicography. BN by M. L. Murphy. 79.643–44 (2003).

Architecture of language, The. By N. Chomsky. BN by C. Xie. 79.649 (2003).

Argument realization. Ed. by M. Butt and T. H. King. BN by L. Kulikov. 79.832–33 (2003).

Argument structure in Hungarian. By I. Kenesei. BN by K. K. Grohmann. 79.841 (2003).

Aristotle’s theory of language and meaning. By D. K. W. Modrak. BN by A. Gianto. 79.661–62 (2003).

Armstrong, Nigel. Social and stylistic variation in spoken French: A comparative approach. BN by G. E. Saunders. 79.427–28 (2003).

Aspect in English: A ‘common sense’ view of the interplay between verbal and nominal referents. By K. Kabakčiev. BN by A. Gianto. 79.221–22 (2003).

Athabaskan languages, The: Perspectives on a Native American language family. Ed. by T. B. Fernald and P. R. Platero. BN by T. J. Curnow. 79.651–52 (2003).

Baayen, R. Harald, and M. Ernestus. Predicting the unpredictable: Interpreting neutralized segments in Dutch. 79.5–38 (2003).

Ballard, Kim. The frameworks of English: Introducing language structures. BN by A. S. Kaye. 79.214–15 (2003).

Bangura, Abdul Karin, and M. C. Muo. United States Congress and bilingual education. BN by E. Battistella. 79.828 (2003).

Barbiers, Sjef; F. Beukema; and W. van der Wurff (eds.) Modality and its interaction with the verbal system. BN by J. Gutiérrez-Rexach. 79.828–29 (2003).

Barbour, Stephen, and C. Carmichael (eds.) Language and nationalism in Europe. BN by A. Eminov. 79.215–16 (2003).

Barcelona, Antonio (ed.) Metaphor and metonymy at the crossroads: A cognitive approach. BN by C. Xie. 79.644–45 (2003).

Barđdal, Jóhanna. BN on Bauer, Morphological productivity. 79.646 (2003).

Bardovi-Harlig, Kathleen. Tense and aspect in second language acquisition: Form, meaning and use. BN by...


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