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  Volume 92, Number 3, September 2016

Table of Contents

Old English *motan, variable-force modality, and the presupposition of inevitable actualization

pp. 489-521
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  Old English *motan, variable-force modality, and the presupposition of inevitable actualization: Online Appendices

pp. s1-s16
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Scalar marking without scalar meaning: Nonscalar, nonexhaustive even-marked NPIs in Greek and Korean

pp. 522-556
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Asymmetries in the representation of categorical phonotactics

pp. 557-590
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The discourse basis of ergativity revisited

pp. 591-618
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  The discourse basis of ergativity revisited: Online Appendices

pp. s1-s14
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SNAP judgments: A small N acceptability paradigm (SNAP) for linguistic acceptability judgments

pp. 619-635
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  SNAP judgments: A small N acceptability paradigm (SNAP) for linguistic acceptability judgments: Online Appendices

pp. s1-s14
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Linguistic reference in the negotiation of identity and action: Revisiting the T/V distinction

pp. 636-670
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Phonological Analysis (Online-only)

An overview of Kabarasi verb tone

pp. e134-e191
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Teaching Linguistics (Online-only)

Constructed languages in the classroom

pp. e192-e204
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  Constructed languages in the classroom: Online Appendices

Discussion (Online-only)

Biolinguistics and the human language faculty

pp. e205-e236
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Review Article

Chomsky’s linguistics: The goals of the generative enterprise

pp. 671-723
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Reviews

Language change by Joan Bybee (review)

pp. 724-727
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The diachrony of grammar by T. Givón (review)

pp. 727-729
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Control and restructuring by Thomas Grano (review)

pp. 729-732
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The phonology of Welsh by S. J. Hannahs (review)

pp. 732-736
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Keeping languages alive: Documentation, pedagogy, and revitalization ed. by Mari C. Jones and Sarah Ogilvie (review)

pp. 736-738
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Essentials of cognitive grammar by Ronald W. Langacker (review)

pp. 738-741
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The development of Old English: A linguistic history of English, vol. 2 by Don Ringe and Ann Taylor (review)

pp. 741-744
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The universal structure of categories: Towards a formal typology by Martina Wiltschko (review)

pp. 744-748
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Recent Publications

pp. 749-751
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Research Areas

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