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Are uninterpretable features vulnerable?

Elly van Gelderen
From the journal Theoretical Linguistics

Abbreviations

APICS

Atlas of Pidgin and Creole Language Structures

CSEC

consecutive

EWAVE

Electronic World Atlas of Varieties of English

MP

Minimalist Program

NC

Negative concord

PRES

present

PST

past

S

singular

1, etc

person (and gender) agreement

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