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Lexically conditioned variation in Harmonic Grammar

Lexically conditioned variation in Harmonic Grammar

Lexically conditioned variation in Harmonic

OCP-5, Toulouse-Le Mirail, 01-26-08 Lexically conditioned variation in Harmonic Grammar Joe Pater, University of Massachusetts, Amherst with the collaboration of Paul Boersma, University of Amsterdam Andries Coetzee, University of Michigan Isabelle Racine, Université de Genève

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