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[Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 15] 2019
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Sources of the data

Portuguese

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DSG
 – Martins, Ana Maria, Sandra Pereira and Adriana Cardoso 2014–2015POS-tagged Demanda do Santo Graal / Parsed Demanda do Santo Graal. CC licensed WOChWEL by Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa. http://​alfclul​.clul​.ul​.pt​/wochwel​/oldtexts​.html
JAR
 – Martins, Ana Maria, Sandra Pereira and Adriana Cardoso 2012–2015POS-tagged José de Arimateia / Parsed José de Arimateia. CC licensed WOChWEL by Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa. http://​alfclul​.clul​.ul​.pt​/wochwel​/oldtexts​.html

NB: The identification number (ID) of the example sentences extracted from these texts is the ID of the POS-tagged version. The first part of the ID (before the comma) is common to both versions and allows you to easily retrieve the same sentence in the Parsed version.

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