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Eighteenth-century English linguistics Auer, Anita 8.1471 May-01-2004
Naming Practices and Titles Auger, Julie 16.78 Jan-05-2005
Language and Gender Course: Te Auger, Julie 19.1206 Apr-07-2008
OT Approaches to Second Language Syntax Austin, Gavin 16.81 Jan-11-2005
Hindi Causatives Austin, Gavin 19.1789 Jun-02-2008
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Sri Lankan University Students Austin, Gavin 18.2762 Sep-21-2007
Article Typology Austin, Gavin 19.522 Feb-11-2008
OT Approaches to L2 Syntax Austin, Gavin 16.162 Jan-18-2005
Quantifying metaphors auty, k 9.1358 Sep-30-1998
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Literature on Parliamentary Discourse Ayodele, Ayo 16.2944 Oct-11-2005
Critical Discourse Analysis and Teaching Azizinia, Hamed 16.3197 Nov-04-2005
Semantics: Verbs as Motion Events Azkia, Neda 22.408 Jan-19-2011
Native Speakers' Intuitions ab Azzaro, Gabriele 16.2323 Aug-03-2005
Two variants of schwa Azzaro, Gabriele 7.1795 Dec-17-1996
Personal Pronoun Origins Babaev, Kirill 19.2189 Jul-09-2008
Contracted Person Markers with Babaev, Kirill 21.1995 Apr-25-2010
Personal Pronouns in Asia-Pacific Babaev, Kirill 19.2656 Aug-29-2008
Bilingual Experiment Bacuez, Nicholas 16.1324 Apr-24-2005
Tone Realisation in Yoruba Badejo, Bamidele Rotimi 17.2096 Jul-18-2006
Interactive tutorial - request baer, chris 16.277 Jan-28-2005
Origin of the name 'Chechnia' Bahloul, Maher 13.601 Mar-05-2002
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