Case systems : Beyond structural distinctions

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BUTT, Miriam, Tracy Holloway KING, 2003. Case systems : Beyond structural distinctions. In: BRANDNER, Ellen, ed., Heike ZINSMEISTER, ed.. New perspectives on case theory. Stanford, California:CSLI Publ., pp. 53-88. ISBN 1-57586-364-2

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