LINGUIST List 5.714

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 STUF (Sprachtypologie & Universalienforschung)
 Issue 47.2 (1994), Table of Contents
 FREDERICK J. NEWMEYER, Competing motivations and synchronic analysis
 KONSTANTIN I. KAZENIN, Split syntactic ergativity: toward an implicational
 HEIKE WIESE, Montague-Typen bei der Analyse deutscher und persischer
 EDITH A. MORAVCSIK, on: M. Kefer & J. van der Auwera (eds.) 1992, Meaning and
 grammar: cross-linguistic perspectives. Berlin: Mouton
 MARTIN HASPELMATH, on: U. Mosel & E. Hovdhaugen 1992, Samoan reference
 grammar. Oslo: Scandinavian University Press.
 CLAUDA PERLICK, on: M. Haase 1992, Sprachkontakt und Sprachwandel im
 Baskenland, Hamburg: Buske.
 (STUF is published quarterly by Akademie Verlag Berlin, a division of VCH;
 U.S.: VCH Publishers, Inc., 303 NW 12th Ave., Deerfield Beach, FL
 33442-1788, Fax (305) 428-8201; Europe: VCH, P.O. Box 101161, D-69451
 Weinheim, Fax +49-6201-606117)
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