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TOC: Transactions of the Philological Society

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Transactions of the Philological Society Vol. 92, 1994 ISSN 0079-1636
 editor Max Wheeler
Cooper, Brian. Words for rye and wheat in Russian 1-24
Chapman, Carol. A diachronic argument against the Split Morphology Hypothesis
 - analogical umlaut in German dialects 25-39
Sims-Williams, Nicholas. The tripe system of deixis in Sogdian 41-53
Adamson, Sylvia. From empathetic deixis to empathetic narrative:
 stylisation and (de-)subjectivisation as processes of language change
 55-88
Szemerenyi, Oswald. Etyma Graeca VIII (36-39) 89-101
Adams, J N. Wackernagel's law and the position of unstressed personal pronouns
 in Classical Latin 103-178
Burton-Roberts, Noel. Ambiguity, sentence and utterance: a representational
 approach 179-213
Vennemann, Theo. Linguistic reconstruction in the context of European
 prehistory 215-284
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