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Modal objects or modal quantifiers?

Aynat Rubinstein and Paul Portner
From the journal Theoretical Linguistics

Corresponding author: Paul Portner, Department of Linguistics,Georgetown University, 1421 37th Street NW, Washington, DC 20057, USA, E-mail:

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Published Online: 2020-11-30
Published in Print: 2020-10-27

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