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Six novel families of interspersed repetitive elements have been detected in the available human DNA sequences using computer-assisted analyses. The estimated total number of elements in the reported six families is over 17,000. Sequences representative for each family range from approximately 150 to 650 base pairs (bp) in length and are predominantly (A +(More)
This paper builds on Hornstein's (2005) proposal that Merge (Chomsky, 1995) can be split up into the more basic operations Concatenate and Label. This opens up the possibility that Concatenate applies without Label to generate flat structures, an option which Hornstein & Nunes (2005) explore for encoding adjuncts. The central claim is that Label is not(More)
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