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Message 1: New Issue: Natural Language & Linguistic Theory. Vol. 20, Issue 1

Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2002 02:07:20 +0100 (MET)
From: kap-listman <kap-listmanwkap.nl>
Subject: New Issue: Natural Language & Linguistic Theory. Vol. 20, Issue 1

 
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Natural Language & Linguistic Theory

ISSN 0167-806X

http://www.wkap.nl/issuetoc.htm/0167-806X+20+1+2002

Vol. 20, Issue 1, February 2002.

TITLE: Morphologically conditioned phonological alternations

AUTHOR(S): Arto Anttila 
PAGE(S): 1-42

TITLE: Optimality And Functionality: A Critique of Functionally-Based
Optimality-Theoretic Syntax 
AUTHOR(S): Frederick J. Newmeyer 
PAGE(S): 43-80

TITLE: Optimality and Functionality: Objections and Refutations

AUTHOR(S): Judith Aissen , Joan Bresnan 
PAGE(S): 81-95

TITLE: A Rejoinder to Bresnan and Aissen 
AUTHOR(S): Frederick J. Newmeyer 
PAGE(S): 97-99

TITLE: Yoruba Vowel Elision: Minimality Effects 
AUTHOR(S): Olanike Ola Orie , Douglas Pulleyblank 
PAGE(S): 101-156

TITLE: The syntax of pronouns: Evidence from Halkomelem Salish

AUTHOR(S): Martina Wiltschko 
PAGE(S): 157-195

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