Studies presented to Robert B. Lees by his students

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Published by Linguistic Research in Edmonton .

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  • Lees, Robert B., 1922-,
  • Linguistics.

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Statementedited by Jerrold M. Sadock [and] Anthony L. Vanek.
SeriesPapers in linguistics monograph series,, 1
ContributionsLees, Robert B., 1922-, Sadock, Jerrold M., ed., Vanek, Anthony L., ed.
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LC ClassificationsP26 .L44
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Paginationxvii, 312 p.
Number of Pages312
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Open LibraryOL5773741M
LC Control Number71562029

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Baker, "Problems of Polarity in Counterfactuals"; Lawrence F. Bouton, "Do So: Do+Adverb"; Chin-chuan Cheng, "Domains of Phonological Rule Application"; Joseph F.

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