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Title: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Student Conference in Linguistics
Edited By: Daniel Ardron
Chris Giordano
Series Title: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics #23
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SCIL VI, Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Student Conference in Linguistics,University of Rochester, New York. Chris Giordano and Daniel Ardron (eds).MIT Working Papers in Linguistics #23. 336 pp, $12+p/h ($2 in US, else $3).MITWPL, 20D-219 MIT, Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA mitwpl@mit.edu. Babyonyshev, M, R Fein, J Ganger & S Avrutin; Bakovic, E; Boster, C Tenny; Brown, K Leigh; Buering, D; Dimitriadis, A; Elordieta, G; Han, E; Hartmann, K & D Buering; Jimenez, M-L; Lee, S; Lopez, L; Nunes, J;Oshita, H; Poulin, C;Ramos-Santacruz, M; Ura, H;Varlokosta, S.

Publication Year: 1994
Publisher: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics
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Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
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