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Subject: The University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics (PWPL) Vol 16, No 1 (2010)
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Publisher: Penn Linguistics Club
Journal Title: University of Pennyslvania Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume Number: 16
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2010
Subtitle: Proceedings of PLC 33
Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 16.1
Proceedings from the 33rd Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium
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Jon Scott Stevens
Puzzles of Russian Subjunctives
On the Categorial Status of French à/de ce que
J. Marc Authier and Lisa A. Reed
Mandarin 'even', `all' and the Trigger of Focus Movement
Noah Constant and Chloe C. Gu
Indefiniteness in Counting
Clearing up the `Facts' on Complementation
Carlos de Cuba and Barbara Urogdi
Examining the `Noun Bias': A Structural Approach
The Temporal Indeterminacy of Nasal Gestures in Karitiana
The Licensing of Pronominal Features in WCO and OPC Configurations
Comparing Incomparable Frameworks: A Model Theoretic Approach to Phonology
Alienable-Inalienable Asymmetry in Japanese and Korean Possession
Korean Honorific Agreement too Guides Null Argument Resolution: Evidence from
an Offline Study
Lucy K. Kim
Passives in first language acquisition: What causes the delay?
Explaining a Restriction on the Scope of the Comparative Operator
Refining Salience and the Position of Antecedent Hypothesis: a Study of Catalan
A Reassessment of Anti-Homophony in Bulgarian
Japanese Multiple Nominative Constructions: The View of Antisymmetry
Japanese Left Node Raising as ATB-scrambling
Phonological Derivation by Phase: Evidence from Basque
Vocatives: A Note on Addressee-Management
Variation in Loan phonology: Neutralization of Spanish Bilabials in Copala Triqui
The Perception of Complex Onsets in English: Universal Markedness?
Mieko Sperbeck and Winifred Strange
Too-many-solutions and Reference to Position in Serial OT
Processing scalar implicature: What can individual differences tell us?
Erin Tavano and Elsi Kaiser
Marshallese Passives: Evidence for Two Types of "By Phrases"
Implications of Affix-Protecting Junctural Underapplication
Reconstructing the A/A-bar Distinction in Reconstruction
Concealed Questions from a Cross-linguistic Perspective
Non-Reciprocal Pluraction with -Aw in Japanese: Context Dependent Pluralization
of Individuals and Events
Subject Language(s): Bulgarian (bul)
Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
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