Particle Verbs in English : syntax, information structure, and intonation

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DEHÉ, Nicole, 2002. Particle Verbs in English : syntax, information structure, and intonation. Benjamins. ISBN 90-272-2780-2

@book{Dehe2002Parti-14860, isbn={90-272-2780-2}, publisher={Benjamins}, series={Linguistik akutell ; 59}, title={Particle Verbs in English : syntax, information structure, and intonation}, year={2002}, author={Dehé, Nicole}, note={Teilw. zugl.: Leipzig, Univ., Diss., 2001} }

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