Clitic pronouns : phonology, morphology, and syntax

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LUÍS, Ana R., Georg A. KAISER, 2016. Clitic pronouns : phonology, morphology, and syntax. In: WETZELS, Leo, ed., Sergio MENUZZI, ed., João COSTA, ed.. The Handbook of Portuguese Linguistics. Chichester, West Sussex:Wiley Blackwell, pp. 210-233. ISBN 978-1-118-79195-0

@incollection{Luis2016Cliti-34101, title={Clitic pronouns : phonology, morphology, and syntax}, year={2016}, isbn={978-1-118-79195-0}, address={Chichester, West Sussex}, publisher={Wiley Blackwell}, booktitle={The Handbook of Portuguese Linguistics}, pages={210--233}, editor={Wetzels, Leo and Menuzzi, Sergio and Costa, João}, author={Luís, Ana R. and Kaiser, Georg A.} }

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