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Do Phonological Representations Specify Variables? Evidence from the Obligatory Contour Principle
Mental variables are central to symbolic accounts of cognition. Conversely, according to the pattern associator hypothesis, variables are obsolete. We examine the representation of variables byExpand
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Why There Are no Clitics
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The ExaNeSt Project: Interconnects, Storage, and Packaging for Exascale Systems
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ExaNest is one of three European projects that support a ground-breaking computing architecture for exascale-class systems built upon power-efficient 64-bit ARM processors. Expand
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Linguistic Fieldwork: A Student Guide
1. Introduction: what is linguistic fieldwork? 2. Fieldwork projects: two examples 3. The languages 4. The people 5. Fieldwork preparation 6. Fieldwork methods 7. The outcomes.
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Cognitive fire: Language as a cultural tool
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Wari’ Intentional State Constructions
Wari’, the last viable language of the Chapakuran family of Brazil and Bolivia, manifests a typologically and theoretically interesting construction for expressing intentional states. I refer to thisExpand
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Periphrastic Pronouns in Wari’1
  • D. Everett
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 1 July 2005
In this paper, I argue that all demonstrative pronouns in Wari’ are periphrastic “mixed categories,” showing properties of words and phrases simultaneously. Wari’ periphrastic pronouns appear to beExpand
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