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The prosodic phrasing of parenthetical comment clauses in spontaneous spoken language : evidence from icelandic held ég

The prosodic phrasing of parenthetical comment clauses in spontaneous spoken language : evidence from icelandic held ég

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DEHÉ, Nicole, 2018. The prosodic phrasing of parenthetical comment clauses in spontaneous spoken language : evidence from icelandic held ég. In: Studia Linguistica. 72(1), pp. 128-164. ISSN 0039-3193. eISSN 1467-9582. Available under: doi: 10.1111/stul.12058

@article{Dehe2018proso-41776, title={The prosodic phrasing of parenthetical comment clauses in spontaneous spoken language : evidence from icelandic held ég}, year={2018}, doi={10.1111/stul.12058}, number={1}, volume={72}, issn={0039-3193}, journal={Studia Linguistica}, pages={128--164}, author={Dehé, Nicole} }

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