Specificity-driven syntactic derivation : a new view on long-distance agreement


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LAHNE, Antje, 2008. Specificity-driven syntactic derivation : a new view on long-distance agreement. Leipzig : Universität Leipzig

@techreport{Lahne2008Speci-17252, publisher={Leipzig : Universität Leipzig}, title={Specificity-driven syntactic derivation : a new view on long-distance agreement}, year={2008}, author={Lahne, Antje} }

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