Antoine Guillaume

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This paper discusses, for the first time, the peculiar system of person marking in Reyesano, an Amazonian language from northern Bolivia. Person marking in Reyesano is quite unusual. First, it is discontinuous, involving a prefix slot for the indexation of first and second persons and a suffix slot for the indexation of third persons. Second, the use of the(More)
All gammaherpesviruses encode a major glycoprotein homologous to the Epstein-Barr virus gp350. These glycoproteins are often involved in cell binding, and some provide neutralization targets. However, the capacity of gammaherpesviruses for long-term transmission from immune hosts implies that in vivo neutralization is incomplete. In this study, we used(More)
A retrospective chart review was undertaken of 204 patients who underwent dynamic urethroscopy. Ninety-nine patients with a diagnosis of genuine stress incontinence were evaluated urodynamically and urethroscopically to determine the predictive accuracy of the sensitivity and specificity of each of these diagnostic modalities. The urodynamic cough profile(More)
Cavineña, an ergative language spoken in Amazonian Bolivia, has a very intriguing pronominal system where, notably, a pronoun coding a transitive subject can either have a full " ergative " form or a reduced form that makes it look like an " absolutive " pronoun (used to code an intransitive subject or a transitive object). Camp (1985) describes the system(More)
Mojeño Trinitario shows a split-intransitivity system combined with a differential marking pattern for third-person A/S. The pronominal system of the A/S paradigm is quite complex. There are five markers for third person, specified for humanness, number, gender, and speaker's gender. Interestingly, these markers compete with another marker for third person,(More)
Registration: Participants do not need to register for the meeting. However, if you want to join the meeting without presenting a paper, please let us know by sending an e-mail to Femmy Admiraal The topic of this year's Americanist Meeting is Word Formation in South American Languages. The presentations are planned to be 20 minutes plus 10 minutes of(More)
Tail-head linkage is a discourse pattern which consists in repeating, at the beginning of a new sentence, the main verb of the preceding sentence for discourse cohesion. This pattern, which is rarely discussed in general typological work, is widespread in certain areas of the globe, in particular Papua New Guinea. In this paper, I report a case of tail-head(More)