Vol 19, No 1 (2009)

Proceedings of the 23rd Northwest Linguistics Conference

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Articles

On the structure of possessives in Palestinian Arabic
Sam Al Khatib
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1-12
Focus marking in Dagbani
Fusheini Hudu
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13-29
Anaphoric relations with Greek pronouns
Christiana Christodoulou
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30-47
Not does more than what the truth-functional negation can do
Yasuhiro Sasahira
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48-70
Syntactic types of Russian expressive suffixes
Olga Steriopolo
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71-108
St’át’imcets independent pronouns-the invisible cleft
Sonja Thoma
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109-123
A radical construction grammar analysis of Mandarin Chinese SOV sentences
Antoine Tremblay
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124-140
Preliminary investigation of the relationship between morphology and phonology in SENĆOŦEN (Saanich)
Janet Leonard
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141-152
The afterlife of morphemes: Rendaku and the search for ghosts in Japanese morphophonology
Thomas Magnuson
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153-163
Frequency, phonology, the brain, and second language acquisition: Laying the ground work for a hybrid approach
Scott Moisik
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164-188
Phonological changes in Korean
Junsuk Park
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189-195
The effect of word-frequency on consonant gradation in Canadian-Finnish bilingual speech
Pauliina Saarinen
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196-216
An optimality theory analysis of diminutive suffixation of Beijing Chinese
Jun Tian
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217-232
Code-Switching in Persian/English and Korean/English Conversations: With a focus on light verb constructions
Lan Kim, Fereshteh Rezaeian
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232-244
English tr produced by Mandarin speakers
Ya Li
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245-257
Are lexical bundles stored and processed as single units?
Antoine Tremblay, Bruce Derwing, Gary Libben
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258