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An HPSG Account of the Japanese Copula and Related Phenomena

@inproceedings{Nightingale1996AnHA,
  title={An HPSG Account of the Japanese Copula and Related Phenomena},
  author={Stephen Nightingale},
  year={1996}
}
Acknowledgements I would particularly like to acknowledge the support of my supervisors, Colin Matheson and Caroline Heycock in guiding the development of this disser-tation. Without them it would have been a poorer product indeed. Japanese native language support was given by Kyoko Yamashita, Mineko Shimazawa and Shunsuke Yajima although in addition a discussion with Susumu Oh-Ishi early in the development was extremely helpful in focussing the topic. A lot of technical support went into the… Expand
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