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Sat Jan 31 1998

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Message 1: Glot International 3:1

Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 20:25:42 +0100
From: Rene Mulder <mulderhag.nl>
Subject: Glot International 3:1

Glot International, volume 3 (1998), issue 1 (january)

- State-of-the-Article--
Helen de Hoop on Partitivity
"[T]he main function of partitive elements is to make certain sets or
entities accessible for quantification. In the case of ordinary partitives
this process involves restricted or contextually bounded sets whereas in
the case of other types of partitives (pseudopartitives, faded partitives,
partitive case) the set or semantic entity that has to be made available
for quantification is unrestricted or unbounded."

- Column--
RECENT ISSUES IN LINGUISTICS
Elan Dresher: 
Noch Einmal Comparative Germanic: A Tale of Two Journals
"It is based on a premise that would still strike many nonlinguists as
incredible: the idea that small differences between languages are not just
accidents of history or culture, but are connected by universal principles
to other small, seemingly insignificant, differences."

- Dissertations--
The development of Functional Categories: The acquisition of the subject in
French
by Astrid Ferdinand
reviewed by Claire Foley

The nature of adjectival inflection
by Ellen-Petra Kester
reviewed by Judy B. Bernstein

- Goodies--
Tree-creation
by Elizabeth Ritter
reviewing Arboreal

- Conference Reports--
ESCOL 1997 
by Chung-hye Han 

Going Romance 11
by Jan-Wouter Zwart

- Announcements--

- The number of death--
A linguistic mystery in eight installments
by Chris Sidney Tappan

- Concordance of intratextual references in Chomsky's Chapter Four--
compiled by C.J.W. Zwart

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