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Aspects of logophoricity
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Syntax and Semantics of Resumptive Pronouns
Res. de these par l'A. A partir de donnees du suedois, de l'hebreu, de l'irlandais et du gallois, l'A. montre la diversite du phenomene et ses consequences pour deux modeles : gouvernement-liage etExpand
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Korean and Japanese morphology from a lexical perspective
L'A. constate que la morphologie des verbes inflechis et des noms en coreen et en japonais obeit a des principes et a des contraintes assez differentes de ceux qui ont lieu en syntaxe. Il considereExpand
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Lectures on contemporary syntactic theories
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Structure, Alignment and Optimality in Swedish
1. Introduction 2. Clause structure in Swedish 3. Object shift 4. The formal OT-LFG analysis 5. Theoretical comparison.
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Occurrences of thermophilic Campylobacter in cattle slaughtered at Morogoro municipal abattoir, Tanzania
An investigation was conducted in Morogoro municipality to assess the likelihood of slaughter cattle posing public health risk of contaminating carcasses with thermophilic Campylobacter. Butchers andExpand
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Restrictive and non-restrictive modification
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Formal and empirical issues in optimality theoretic syntax
Introduction Joan Bresnan 1. Linking, optionality, and ambiguity in Marathi: an optimality theory account Ash Asudeh 2. The emergence of the unmarked order Hanjung Lee 3. Phrase structure,Expand
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An optimality theoretic approach to variation in negative inversion in AAVE
Examples like ‘Can't nobody beat 'em.’ (‘Nobody can beat them.’) in African-American Vernacular English (aave) have the inverted form of questions but the falling intonation and sentence meaning ofExpand
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Structural relationships within complex predicates
A control unit for directing flow of current through one of two leads extending from the unit where the unit has a plurality of normally closed switches extending in a line with means for individually opening the switches and where one switch in the line is always open. Expand
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