1. Ditransitive Asymmetries and a Theory of Idiom Formation
  2. Benjamin Bruening
  3. pp. 519-562
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  1. Against the Existence of Pied-Piping: Evidence from Tlingit
  2. Seth Cable
  3. pp. 563-594
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  1. The Movement Derivation of Conditional Clauses
  2. Liliane Haegeman
  3. pp. 595-621
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  1. Learning Long-Distance Phonotactics
  2. Jeffrey Heinz
  3. pp. 623-661
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  1. Psycholinguistic Evidence for the VP-Internal Subject Position in Japanese
  2. Masatoshi Koizumi, Katsuo Tamaoka
  3. pp. 663-680
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  1. When Are Downward-Entailing Contexts Identified? The Case of the Domain Widener Ever
  2. Charles Clifton Jr., Lyn Frazier
  3. pp. 681-689
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  1. A Puzzle about P-Stranding and a Possible Solution
  2. Alex Drummond, Norbert Hornstein, Howard Lasnik
  3. pp. 689-692
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  1. Possible Worlds and Wide Scope Indefinites: A Reply to Bäuerle 1983
  2. Ezra Keshet
  3. pp. 692-701
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  1. On Pylkkänen's Semantics for Low Applicatives
  2. Richard K. Larson
  3. pp. 701-704
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  1. Variation in Circumstantial Modality: Polish versus St'át'imcets
  2. María Luisa Rivero, Ana Arregui, Ewelina Frąckowiak
  3. pp. 704-714
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  1. Index to Volume 41
  2. pp. 717-729
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  1. Books and Journals Received
  2. pp. 715-716
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