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Fenger, Paula
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van Osch, Brechje
Luana, Sorgini
Terenghi, Silvia
new [pdf]Documenting Italo-Romance heritage languages in the Americas
Kouneli, Maria
new [pdf]Number-based noun classification: The view from Kipsigis
Angelopoulos, Nikos
Collins, Chris
Terzi, Arhonto
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Elliott, Patrick D.
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Höhn, Georg
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Wu, Danfeng
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Schlenker, Philippe
Mascarenhas, Salvador
Chemla, Emmanuel
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Arkadiev, Peter
Caponigro, Ivano
new [pdf]Conveying content questions without wh-words: evidence from Abaza
Begus, Gasper
new [pdf]Identity-Based Patterns in Deep Convolutional Networks: Generative Adversarial Phonology and Reduplication
Bondarenko, Tanya
freshly changed [pdf]Factivity from pre-existence: evidence from Barguzin Buryat
Bogomolets, Ksenia
new [pdf]Lexical Accent in Languages with Complex Morphology
Broohm, Obed Nii
new [pdf]Issues in Esahie Nominal Morphology: From Inflection to Word-formation
Baier, Nico
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Embick, David
Creemers, Ava
Goodwin Davies, Amy
new [pdf]Morphology and the mental lexicon: Three questions about decomposition
Slade, Benjamin
new [pdf]Development of verb-verb complexes in Indo-Aryan
Zhang, Linmin
2020-09 [pdf]Comparatives bring a degree-based NPI licenser
Mcginnis, Martha
Wood, Jim
2020-09 [pdf]Derivational morphology
Martins, Pedro Tiago
Boeckx, Cedric
2020-09 [pdf]Clarifications on the no half-Merge fallacy
Zhang, Linmin
2020-09 [pdf]Degrees as kinds vs. degrees as numbers: Evidence from equatives
Wood, Jim
Sigurðsson, Einar
2020-09 [pdf]On the Interaction of Reflexives and Periphrastic Causatives in Icelandic
Deal, Amy Rose
2020-09 [pdf]Person features and shiftiness
Erschler, David
2020-09 [pdf]On timing of ellipsis: Evidence from extra deletion processes
Murphy, Elliot
2020-09 [pdf]Commentary: A Compositional Neural Architecture for Language
Dolatian, Hossep
2020-09 [pdf]Computational locality of cyclic phonology in Armenian
Caplan, Spencer
Kodner, Jordan
Yang, Charles
2020-09 [pdf]Miller's Monkey Updated: Communicative Efficiency and the Statistics of Words in Natural Language
Chen, Victoria
Fukuda, Shin
2020-09 [pdf]One language, two ‘voice’ systems: Insights from Puyuma
 

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