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Table of Contents
- Epistemic Containment
- pp. 173-198
- Optimal Tone Mapping
- pp. 225-268
Remarks and Replies
- Reply to "Control Is Not Movement"
- pp. 269-280
- One, Empty Nouns, and [Theta]-Assignment
- pp. 281-292
Squibs and Discussion
- Parameterizing Passive Participle Movement
- pp. 293-308
- Intermediate Adjunction with A-Movement
- pp. 308-314
- Remarks on Beck's Effects: Linearity in Syntax
- pp. 314-323
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