Minimality in verb-cluster formation


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BADER, Markus, Tanja SCHMID, 2009. Minimality in verb-cluster formation. In: Lingua: international review of general linguistics. 119(10), pp. 1458-1481. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.lingua.2008.03.003

@article{Bader2009Minim-2727, title={Minimality in verb-cluster formation}, year={2009}, doi={10.1016/j.lingua.2008.03.003}, number={10}, volume={119}, journal={Lingua: international review of general linguistics}, pages={1458--1481}, author={Bader, Markus and Schmid, Tanja} }

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