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Number of items: 42.

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Abberton, E; (2005) Phonetic consideration in the design of voice assessment material. Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology , 2005 (30) 175 - 180.

Abels, K; (2005) 'Expletive Negation' in Russian: A Conspiracy Theory. Journal of Slavic Linguistics , 13 (1) 5 - 74.

Abels, K; (2005) Resumptive Pronouns and the Copy Theory of Movement. Presented at: Colloquio de Grammatika Generative 15, Barcelona.

Abels, K; (2005) Review of Marcus Kracht (2003): The Mathematics of Language. Linguist List , 16 (2247)

Abels, K; (2005) Remarks on Grimshaw's Clausal Typology. In: Maier, E and Bary, C and Huitink, J, (eds.) (Proceedings) Sinn und Bedeutung 9. (pp. 1 - 15).

Abels, K; (2005) Revolution #9 – Not by the Beatles. (University of Connecticut Working Papers in Linguistics ). University of Connecticut, Department of Linguistics: Storrs, CT.

Abels, K; Muriungi, P; (2005) The Focus Particle in Kitharaka. Presented at: Focus in African Languages, Berlin.

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Blakemore, D; Carston, RA; (2005) The pragmatics of sentential coordination with and. Lingua , 115 (4) 569 - 589. 10.1016/j.lingua.2003.09.016.

Breheny, R; (2005) Exhaustivity, Homogeneity & Definiteness. In: Dekker, P and Franke, M, (eds.) (Proceedings) Amsterdam Colloquium. (pp. 59 - 65). Universiteit van Amsterdam: Amsterdam.

Breheny, R; (2005) Some scalar implicatures really aren't quantity implicatures - but "some"'s are. In: Maier, E and Bary, C and Huitink, J, (eds.) (Proceedings) Sinn & Bedeutung. (pp. 57 - 71).

Breheny, R; Adger, D; (2005) Commentary on 'exaption and linguistic explanation'. LINGUA , 115 (12) 1673 - 1677. 10.1016/j.lingua.2004.12.001.

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Carston, R; (2005) A note on pragmatic principles of least effort. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics (17) 271 - 278.

Carston, R; (2005) Relevance Theory, Grice and the neo-Griceans:a response to Laurence Horn's 'Current issues in neo-Gricean pragmatics'. Intercultural Pragmatics , 2 (3) 303 - 319.

Carston, R; (2005) Pragmatics (addendum). In: Borchert, D, (ed.) UNSPECIFIED Macmillan Reference

Carston, R; Blakemore, D; (2005) Coordination:syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Lingua , 115 (4) 353 - 358. 10.1016/j.lingua.

Carston, R; Powell, G; (2005) Relevance theory - new directions and developments. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics (17) 279 - 299.

Cormack, A; Smith, NV; (2005) Linearisation:Adjuncts and arguments. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 17 (2005b) 111 - 129.

Cormack, A; Smith, NV; (2005) What is coordination? Lingua , 115 395 - 418.

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Druks, J; Carroll, E; (2005) The crucial role of tense for verb production. BRAIN LANG , 94 (1) 1 - 18. 10.1016/j.bandl.2004.11.003.

E

Eppler, EM; (2005) The syntax of German-English code-switching. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access
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Guimaraes, I; Abberton, E; (2005) Fundamental frequency in speakers of Portuguese for different voice samples. Journal of Voice , 19 (4) 592 - 606.

Guimaraes, I; Abberton, E; (2005) Health and voice quality in smokers: an exploratory investigation. Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology , 30 (3) 85 - 191.

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Harris, J; (2005) Vowel reduction as information loss. In: Carr, P and Durand J Ewen, CJ, (eds.) Headhood, elements, specification and contrastivity. (119 - 132). Benjamins: Amsterdam.

Hilkhuysen, GLM; Oudhoff, JP; Rietberg, M; van der Wal, G; Timmermans, DRM; (2005) Waiting for elective surgery: a qualitative analysis and conceptual framework of the consequences of delay. PUBLIC HEALTH , 119 (4) 290 - 293.

Hornstein, N; Nevins, A; (2005) Review of Edwin Williams' `Representation Theory'. Language , 81 (3) 757 - 761.

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Katsos, N; Breheny, R; Williams, J; (2005) The Interaction of Structural and Contextual Constraints During the On-line Generation of Scalar Inferences. In: (Proceedings) 27th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Laurence Erlbaum and Associates

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Neeleman, A; Szendroi, K; (2005) Pro drop and pronouns. In: Alderete, J and Han, C and Kochetov, A, (eds.) Proceedings of WCCFL 24. (pp. 299 - 307). Cascadilla Press: Sommerville, MA.

Neeleman, A; van der Koot, H; (2005) Syntactic OCP Effects. in Everaert,M.,van Riemsdijk,H.(ed.). The Blackwell Companion to Syntax

Nevins, A; (2005) Microvariations in Harmony and Value-Relativized Parametrization. In: Linguistic Variation Yearbook 5. (187 - 232).

Nevins, A; (2005) Overwriting does not Optimize in Nonconcatenative Word Formation. Linguistic Inquiry , Article 2.

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Pearce, M; (2005) Iambicity without stress in Kera. Proceedings of CamLing conference

Pearce, M; (2005) Kera Tone and Voicing. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 17 61 - 82.

Przedlacka, J; (2005) Models and myth: updating the (non)standard accents. In: Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, K and Przedlacka, J, (eds.) English pronunciation models: a changing scene. (17 - 36). Peter Lang Pub Inc: Frankfurt am Main.

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Rodrigues, C; (2005) Brazilian Portuguese and Finnish Referential Null Subjects. Abralin , 3 75 - 118.

Rodrigues, C; (2005) Controlling Gender Agreement. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society.

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Szendroi, K; (2005) Focus movement (with special reference to Hungarian). In: Everaert, M and van Riemsdijk, H, (eds.) The Syntactic Companion. (270 - 335). Blackwell: London.

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Vermeulen, R; In Neeleman, A; Topintzi, E; (2005) External possession in Korean. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 17 175 - 213.

Y

Yip, M; (2005) Tonal languages. In Microsoft ® Encarta ®. Microsoft Corporation

Yip, M; (2005) Tone. Peking University Press: Peking, China.

Yip, M; (2005) Variability in feature affiliations through violable constraints: The case of [lateral]. In: van Oostendorp, M and van de Weijer, J, (eds.) The Internal Organization of Phonological Segments. (63 - 92). Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin/New York.

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