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This publication consists of the proceedings of the main session and any parasessions from the annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society.

Publisher: Chicago Linguistic Society

Number 2 / 2004

How to be Quiet
pp. 1-20(20)
Author: Johnson, Kyle

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Bushes, Trees, and Networks in Afroasiatic
pp. 53-72(20)
Author: Gragg, Gene

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Aspect in Mafa: An Intriguing Case of Featural Affixation
pp. 73-86(14)
Author: Ettlinger, Marc

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Nominal and Verbal Focus in the Chadic Languages
pp. 87-101(15)
Authors: Hartmann, Katharina; Zimmermann, Malte

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Middle Voice and Reflexive in Sidaama
pp. 119-133(15)
Author: Kawachi, Kazuhiro

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Virtual Relative Clauses in Middle Egyptian
pp. 135-149(15)
Author: Kramer, Ruth

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The Openness of Grammatical Constructions
pp. 153-175(23)
Author: Hopper, Paul

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The syntax of French conjunction doubling
pp. 193-207(15)
Author: Mouret, François

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Construction-based interpretation of implicit arguments
pp. 225-239(15)
Author: Vihman, Virve-Anneli

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From algorithms to generative grammar and back again
pp. 243-259(17)
Author: Goldsmith, John

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What does Gold's Theorem show about language acquisition?
pp. 261-277(17)
Author: Johnson, Kent

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Native and Non-Native English Speakers' Perceptions Towards the EPP
pp. 279-292(14)
Authors: Kim, Jeong-Seok; Lee, Hikyoung

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