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Martins, Ana Maria
2019.  In Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 15 [Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory, 15],  pp. 10 ff. Crossref logo
Meklenborg Salvesen, Christine
2019. A micro-perspective on Verb-second in Romance and Germanic. Linguistic Variation 19:1  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Wolfe, Sam
2018. Probing the Syntax of a Problematic Particle: Old French ‘si’ Revisited. Transactions of the Philological Society 116:3  pp. 332 ff. Crossref logo
Wolfe, Sam
2020.  In Historical Linguistics 2017 [Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 350],  pp. 254 ff. Crossref logo

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