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    language contact References adverb

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    and suffixation (=attachment of the

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    case grammar. ergative, subject, vo

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    AI artificial intelligence Ainu Lan

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    Aktionsart (also manner of action)

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    formal logic Dictionary of language

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    phonology References alloseme [Grk

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    alternation Regular synchronic soun

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    the so-called absolute nominative,

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    forms of communication, body langua

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    aspects model (also aspects theory,

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    components are studied in auditory

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    composition References Baltic Branc

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    Guthrie, M. 1967-71. Comparative Ba

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    affix)—and are, as a rule, stress

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    Saltarelli, M. 1988. Basque. London

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    syntax 2 ( phrase structure), and s

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    Bokmål Norwegian Boolean function

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    word formation References collectiv

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    comma [Grk kómma ‘that which is

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    Reference Hobbs, J. and R.Moore (ed

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    Pavlov, J.P. 1929. Lectures on refl

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    References meaning, semantics 2 (al

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    higher constituent C, then A and B

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    content-based instruction The incor

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    meaning, semantics References denta

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    writing Dictionary of language and

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    Dinka Chari-Nile languages diphthon

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    ambiguity References discontinuous

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    distributionalism Dictionary of lan

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    Fisiak, J. (ed.) 1987. A bibliograp

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    epithesis [Grk ‘laying on’] Att

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    References Bolinger, D. 1972. Degre

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