LINGUIST List 10.1815

Sun Nov 28 1999

Qs: ACL '98 Proceedings,Role of Movement in GB

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  1. Sebastien Druon, ACL '98 Proceedings
  2. Betty, Role of Movement in GB

Message 1: ACL '98 Proceedings

Date: Sun, 28 Nov 1999 16:29:18 +0100
From: Sebastien Druon <sdruonifrance.com>
Subject: ACL '98 Proceedings

I'm looking for the proceedings of the ACL '98 workshop on discourse
markers.
If anyone can help me find them (electronically if possible) ...

Thanks

S´┐Żbastien Druon




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Message 2: Role of Movement in GB

Date: Sun, 28 Nov 1999 23:57:49 +0000
From: Betty <bettygcsl.com>
Subject: Role of Movement in GB

Dear all

I am currently undertaking some research on the ROLE of movement in 
Government and Binding Theory. I would be grateful if you could point me to 
references which serve to describe and explain this role.

I have checked the extensive database on the Linguist website for 
information but appear to have come up with very little. Any help would be 
appreciated.

Many thanks
Betty
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