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Kate Beeching & Ulrich Detges: Functions at the left and right periphery: Crosslinguistic investigations of language use and language change

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From the journal Folia Linguistica

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Kate Beeching & Ulrich Detges (eds.). 2014. Functions at the left and right periphery: Crosslinguistic investigations of language use and language change. Leiden: Brill. pp. viii+258, ISBN 9789004274808


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