Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 22, Winter 2000
Optimality theory (Linguistics)
Puget Sound Salish languages
Grammar, Comparative and general--Pronoun
Accents and accentuation
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AbstractThe editors of this volume, Susan Atkey, Jana Carson, and Michael Dobrovolsky, are pleased to present the twenty-second issue of the Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics published by the Department of Linguistics at the University of Calgary. The papers contained in this volume represent works in progress and as such should not be considered in any way final or definitive.
GrantingagencyUniversity of Calgary Department of Linguistics
InstitutionUniversity of Calgary
PublisherUniversity of Calgary
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