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    Elizabeth Sagey (1986) The Representation of Features and Relations in Non-Linear Phonology

    Barry Schein (1986) Event Logic and the Interpretation of Plurals

    Margaret Jean Speas (1986) Adjuctions and Projections in Syntax

    Andrew Barss (1986) Chains and Anaphoric Dependence: On Reconstruction and its Implications


    Mamoru Saito (1985) Some Asymmetries in Japanese and Their Theoretical Implications

    Judy Anne Shepard-Kegl (1985) Locative Relations in American Sign Language Word Formation, Syntax and Discourse

    Juliette Levin [Blevins] (1985) A Metrical Theory of Syllabicity

    Mark C. Baker (1985) Incorporation: A Theory of Grammatical Function Changing

    Diane Massam (1985) Case Theory and the Projection Principle

    Richard Sproat 1985 On Deriving the Lexicon


    William John Poser (1984) The Phonetics and Phonology of Tone and Intonation in Japanese

    Malka Rappaport (1984) Issues in the Phonology of Tiberian Hebrew

    Diana Bennett Archangeli (1984) Underspecification in Yawelmani Phonology and Morphology

    Nigel Alexander John Fabb (1984) Syntactic Affixation

    † Yehuda Nahum Falk (1984) Grammatical Configurations and Grammatical Relations

    Mario Montalbetti (1984) After Binding: On the Interpretation of Pronouns

    Lisa deMena Travis (1984) Parameters and Effects of Word Order Variation


    Paula Pranka (1983) Syntax and Word Formation

    Douglas Pulleyblank (1983) Tone in Lexical Phonology

    Jane Simpson (1983) Aspects of Warlpiri Morphology and Syntax

    Susan D. Rothstein (1983) The Syntactic Forms of Predication

    Maria Rita Manzini (1983) Restructuring and Reanalysis

    Dominique Sportiche (1983) Structural Invariance and Symmetry in Syntax

    Janet Wager (1983) Complementation in Moroccan Arabic


    Joseph E. Aoun (1982) The Formal Nature of Anaphoric Relations

    Lauri H. Carlson (1982) Dialogue Games: An Approach to Discourse Analysis

    Karuvannur Puthanveettil Mohanan (1982) Lexical Phonology

    James Cheng-Teh Huang (1982) Logical Relations in Chinese and the Theory of Grammar

    Denis Bouchard (1982) On the Content of Empty Categories

    Carol Jan Neidle (1982) The Role of Case in Russian Syntax

    David Pesetsky (1982) Paths and Categories

    Kenneth Safir (1982) Syntactic Chains and the Definiteness Effect

    Donca Steriade (1982) Greek Prosodies and the Nature of Syllabification

    Maria-Luisa Zubizarreta (1982) On the Relationship of the Lexicon to Syntax


    Hagit Borer (1981) Parametric Variations in Clitic Constructions

    Luigi Burzio (1981) Intransitive Verbs and Italian Auxiliaries

    † Robert Ingria (1981) Sentential Complementation in Modern Greek

    Yukio Otsu (1981) Universal Grammar and Syntactic Development in Children: Toward a Theory of Syntactic Development

    Alec Paul Marantz (1981) On the Nature of Grammatical Relations

    Timothy Angus Stowell (1981) Origins of Phrase Structure


    Moira Jean Winsland Yip (1980) The Tonal Phonology of Chinese

    Leland Maurice George (1980) Analogical Generalization in Natural Language Syntax

    Ann Kathleen Farmer (1980) On the Interaction of Morphology and Syntax

    Bruce Hayes (1980) A Metrical Theory of Stress Rules

    Rochelle Lieber (1980) On the Organization of the Lexicon

    David Nash (1980) Topics in Warlpiri Grammar

    Todd Sjoblom (1980) Coordination

    † Osvaldo A. Jaeggli (1980) On Some Phonologically-Null Elements in Syntax

    Marcia C. Linebarger (1980) The Grammar of Negative Polarity

    Janet B. Pierrehumbert (1980) The Phonology and Phonetics of English Intonation


    John Joseph McCarthy (1979) Formal Problems in Semitic Phonology and Morphology

    Jill Louise Carrier (1979) The Interaction of Morphological and Phonological Rules in Tagalog: A Study in the Relationship Between Rule Components in Grammar

    Nicholas Ostler (1979) Case-Linking: A Theory of Case and Verb Diathesis, Applied to Classical Sanskrit


    LaVerne M. Jeanne (1978) Aspects of Hopi Grammar

    Paul M. Platero (1978) Missing Noun Phrases in Navajo

    Joel Rotenberg (1978) The Syntax of Phonology

    Craig Thiersch (1978) Topics in German Syntax

    Mark Reuben Baltin (1978) Toward a Theory of Movement Rules


    † Erich Friedrich Woisetschlaeger (1977) A Semantic Theory of the English Auxiliary System

    † Alberto Mario Rivas (1977) A Theory of Clitics

    Robert Carlen May (1977) The Grammar of Quantification


    † Richard T. Oehrle (1976) The Grammatical Status of the English Dative Alternation

    † Sarah J. Bell (1976) Cebuano Subjects in Two Frameworks

    John A. Goldsmith (1976) Autosegmental Phonology

    Wha-Chun M. Kim (1976) The Theory of Anaphora in Korean Syntax

    Daniel Kahn (1976) Syllable-Based Generalizations in English Phonology

    Terry J. Klokeid (1976) Topics in Lardil Grammar

    Joan Mascaro (1976) Catalan Phonology and the Phonological Cycle

    † Tanya Reinhart (1976) The Syntactic Domain of Anaphora

    † Ivan A. Sag (1976) Deletion and Logical Form.


    Dale Old Horn (1975) Some Complement Constructions of the Crow Indian Language. (M.S.)

    George Reed (1975) Dictionary of the Crow Language. (M.S.)

    Avery D. Andrews (1975) Studies in the Syntax of Relative and Comparative Clauses

    Ellen S. Kaufman [Schauber] (1975) Theoretical Responses to Navajo Questions

    Mary-Louise Kean (1975) The Theory of Markedness in Generative Grammar

    Susan E. Martin (1975) Problems in Japanese Particles (M.S.)

    † Shosuke Haraguchi (1975) The Tone Pattern of Japanese: An Autosegmental Theory of Tonology

    Mark Y. Liberman (1975) The Intonational System of English and (1973) Some Observations on Semantic Scope (M.S.)

    Alan S. Prince (1975) The Phonology and Morphology of Tiberian Hebrew

    Robert B. Rardin (1975) Studies in Derivational Morphology


    Judith R. Kornfeld (1974) The Influence of Clause Structure on the Perceptual Analysis of Sentences

    † Jean-Roger Vergnaud (1974) French Relative Clauses

    Deirdre Wilson (1974) Presuppositions and Non-Truth-Conditional Semantics

    Edwin S. Williams (1974) Rule Ordering in Syntax

    Mark H. Aronoff (1974) Word-Structure

    Ivonne Bordelois (1974) The Grammar of Spanish Causative Complements

    Robert A. Faraci (1974) Aspects of the Grammar of Infinitives and For-Phrases

    Robert W. Fiengo (1974) Semantic Conditions on Surface Structure

    Anthony S. Kroch (1974) The Semantics of Scope in English

    Gary L. Milsark (1974) Existential Sentences in English

    Dorothy C. Siegel (1974) Topics in English Morphology


    John S. Bowers (1973) Grammatical Relations

    Joan M. Maling (1973) The Theory of Classical Arabic Metrics

    † Sylvia Schwartz Permesly (1973) Some Aspects of Presupposition in Generative Grammar

    Nomi Erteschik (1973) On the Nature of Island Constraints

    Francis Roger Higgins (1973) The Pseudo-Cleft Construction in English

    Paul Platero (1973) A Study of the Navajo Relative Clause. (M.S.)

    William R. Leben (1973) Suprasegmental Phonology


    † Emily A. Pope (1972) Questions and Answers in English

    Thomas A. Wasow (1972) Anaphoric Relations in English

    Joan Wanda Bresnan (1972) Theory of Complementation in English Syntax

    † Rudolphus De Rijk (1972) Studies in Basque Syntax: Relative Clauses

    Irwin Howard (1972) A Directional Theory of Rule Application in Phonology

    Lyle Jenkins (1972) Modality in English Syntax

    Howard B. Lasnik (1972) Analyses of Negation in English

    Elisabeth O. Selkirk (1972) The Phrase Phonology of English and French


    Peter Culicover (1971) Syntactic and Semantic Investigations

    Michael Helke (1971) The Grammar of English Reflexives

    David Caplan (1971) Probe Tests and Sentence Perception

    Susan D. Fischer (1971) The Acquisition of Verb-Particle and Dative Constructions

    Minoru Nakau (1971) Sentential Complementation in Japanese

    George Williams (1971) Networks of Anaphora: An Essay in the Syntax of Pronominalization


    Michael Geis (1970) Adverbial Subordinate Clauses in English

    † Michael Brame (1970) Arabic Phonology: Implications for Phonological Theory and Historical Semitic

    Janet Dean Fodor (1970) Linguistic Description of Opaque Contexts

    † Adrian Akmajian (1970) Aspects of the Grammar of Focus in English

    François Dell (1970) Les Régles Phonologiques Tardives et La Morphologie Derivationalle du Français. (Topics in French Phonology and Derivational Morphology.)

    Joseph Emonds (1970) Root and Structure-Preserving Transformations

    † John Kimball (1970) Categories of Meaning


    Stephen Anderson (1969) West Scandinavian Vowel Systems and the Ordering of Phonological Rules

    Ray S. Jackendoff (1969) Some Rules of Semantic Interpretation for English

    Richard S. Kayne (1969) The Transformational Cycle in French Syntax

    Richard Stanley (1969) The Phonology of the Navaho Verb

    Nancy Woo (1969) Prosody and Phonology


    George Bedell (1968) Kokugaku Grammatical Theory

    Ray C. Dougherty (1968) A Transformational Grammar of Coordinate Conjoined Structures

    Anthony Naro (1968) The History of Portuguese Passives and Impersonals

    David Perlmutter (1968) Deep and Surface Constraints in Syntax


    Thomas Bever (1967) Leonard Bloomfield and the Phonology of the Menomini Language

    † Paul Chapin (1967) On the Syntax of Word-Derivation in English

    James Fidelholtz (1967) Micmac Morphophonemics

    James Harris (1967) Spanish Phonology

    John Robert Ross (1967) Constraints on Variables in Syntax


    Philip Lieberman (1966) Intonation, Perception, and Language


    James Foley (1965) Spanish Morphology

    Bruce Fraser (1965) An Examination of the Verb-Particle Construction in English

    Barbara Hall (Partee) (1965) Subject and Object in Modern English

    † Sige-Yuki Kuroda (1965) Generative Grammatical Studies in the Japanese Language

    Terence Langendoen (1965) Modern British Linguistics

    † Theodore Lightner (1965) Segmental Phonology of Modern Standard Russian

    † James McCawley (1965) Accentual System of Standard Japanese

    Stanley Petrick (1965) A Recognition Procedure for Transformational Grammars

    Peter Rosenbaum (1965) Grammar of English Predicate Complement Constructions

    Sanford Schane (1965) Phonological and Morphological Structure of French

    † Jeffrey Gruber (1965) Studies in Lexical Relations

    Paul Kiparsky (1965) Phonological Change

    Arnold Zwicky (1965) Topics in Sanskrit Phonology


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