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Language typology and historical contingency
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LCC: P204 .L298 2013 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 415.01 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Discourse semantics and the form of the verb predicate in Karachay-Balkar : a corpus-based and experimental study / Andrej A. Kibrik
Typology and channel of communication : where do signed languages fit in? / Dan I. Slobin
Marking versus indexing : revisiting the Nichols marking-locus typology / Nicholas Evans & Eva Fenwick
Head-marking languages and linguistic theory / Robert D. Van Valin Jr.
Lessons of variability in clause coordination : evidence from North Caucasian languages / Aleksandr E. Kibrik
Noun classes grow on trees : noun classification in the North-East Caucasus / Keith Plaster, Maria Polinsky & Boris Harizanov
Affecting valence in Khumi / David A. Peterson
Capturing diversity in language acquisition research / Sabine Stoll & Balthasar Bickel
Who inherits what, when? : toward a theory of contact, substrates, and superimposition zones / Mark Donohue
Polysynthesis in the Arctic/Sub-Arctic : how recent is it? / Michael Fortescue
A (micro-)accretion zone in a remnant zone? : lower Fungom in areal-historical perspective / Jeff Good
A history of Iroquoian gender marking / Michael Cysouw
The Satem Shift, Armenian sisern, and the early Indo-European of the Balkans / Bill J. Darden
Penultimate lengthening in Bantu : analysis and spread / Larry M. Hyman
Culture and the spread of Slavic / Alan Timberlake
The syntax and pragmatics of Tungusic revisited / Lenore A. Grenoble
Some observations on typological features of hunter-gatherer languages / Michael Cysouw & Bernard Comrie
Typologizing phonetic precursors to sound change / Alan C.L. Yu
Distributional biases in language families / Balthasar Bickel
The morphology of imperatives in Lak : stem vowels in the second singular simplex transitive affirmative / Victor A. Friedman
Subgrouping in Tibeto-Burman : can an individual-identifying standard be developed? how do we factor in the history of migrations and language contact? / Randy J. LaPolla
Real data, contrived data, and the Yokuts Canon / William F. Weigel.
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Bickel, Balthasar, Language typology and historical contingency
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Grenoble, Lenore A., Language typology and historical contingency
Peterson, David A. (David August), 1968- Language typology and historical contingency
Timberlake, Alan, Language typology and historical contingency
Nichols, Johanna, Language typology and historical contingency