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  1. The effect of phonotactics on alternation learning
  2. Adam J. Chong
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  1. Mayan agent focus and the ergative extraction constraint: Facts and fictions revisited
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  1. Metrical prominence asymmetries in Medumba, a Grassfields Bantu language
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Language and Public Policy

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  1. Across-the-board tonal polarity in Kipsigis: Implications for the morphology-phonology interface
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  1. Cycles in language change ed. by Miriam Bouzouita et al. (review)
  2. David W. Lightfoot
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  1. Developments in English historical morpho-syntax ed. by Claudia Claridge and Birte Bös (review)
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  1. Current approaches to syntax: A comparative handbook ed. by András Kertész et al. (review)
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  1. The Editors' Report
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  1. Recent Publications
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