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Exhaustivity of focus and anti-exhaustivity of contrastive topic

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From the journal Theoretical Linguistics

Acknowledgements

I would like to thank Dursun Altinok, Deniz Özyıldız and Bilge Palaz for helping me with Turkish data. I am also grateful to Hans-Martin Gärtner, Beáta Gyuris and Amanda Payne for comments and editorial help.

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Published in Print: 2020-06-25

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