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A comprehensive history of slang in the English speaking world by its leading lexicographer.
This book presents a new theory of grammatical categories - the Universal Spine Hypothesis - and reinforces generative notions of Universal Grammar while accommodating insights from linguistic typology.
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|Dissertation Title [Q]||Author||Date Posted /|
|Quantification in Jamaican Creole: The syntax and semantics of evri ('every') in interaction with indefinites||Michele Marie Stewart||14-Apr-2007|
|Quantificational Aspects of LF||Sašo Živanović||15-Dec-2008|
|Quantificational Modification: The semantics of totality and proportionality||Zaina Hafiz Tsouhlaris||23-Jul-2010|
|Quantifier Scope and the Role of Intonation in Greek||Mary Baltazani||06-Apr-2003|
|Quantifier Scope in Non-native Japanese: A comparative interlanguage study of Chinese, English, and Korean-speaking learners||Heather Marsden||13-May-2005|
|Quantifiers in TIME and SPACE: Computational complexity of generalized quantifiers in natural language||Jakub Szymanik||26-Mar-2009|
|Quantitative Approaches of Extracting Translation Resources from Parallel Corpora||Maria Zimina-Poirot||26-Jan-2005|
|Quantitative Perspectives on Syntactic Variation in Dutch Dialects||Marco René Spruit||09-May-2008|
|Que no olviden su cultura, y tambien el idioma: a case study of Mayan literacy revival in Guatemala||Mary Jo Holbrock||11-Oct-2005|
|Quechua and Spanish Language Contact: Influence on the Quechua phonological system||Michael Pasquale||05-Apr-2002|
|Question Intonation in Manchego Peninsular Spanish||Nicholas C Henriksen||18-May-2010|
|Questions and Focus in Bulgarian||Galina Dukova-Zheleva||06-Dec-2010|
|Questions and Quantifiers||Aviva Shimelman||24-Aug-2010|
|Questions in American Sign Language: A quantitative analysis of raised and lowered eyebrows||Traci Weast||12-May-2008|