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Theta movement in Japanese syntax.

by Matsuya, Akemi | University of Maryland College Park.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Maryland College Park, 2000. Availability: No items available :

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Universal grammar and the acquisition of clitic conditions in Spanish as a second language.

by Rodriguez, Sara | State University of New York at Buffalo.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--State University of New York at Buffalo, 2000. Availability: No items available :

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SITUATION TYPES AND ASPECTUAL CLASSES OF VERBS IN MANDARIN CHINESE (CHINESE).

by HE, BAOZHANG | THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (PH.D.)--THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, 1992. Availability: No items available :

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'Body beautiful': Exposing the postcolonial mystique in Filipino novels.

by Sonza, Jorshinelle Taleon | Drew University.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Drew University, 1999. Availability: No items available :

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Patent claim language games: Why interaction with others and with the external world is integral to inventions.

by McMillan, Ian Charles | University of Toronto (Canada).

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (LL.M.)--University of Toronto (Canada), 2001. Availability: No items available :

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Japanese ni: A cognitive analysis of a lexically complex particle.

by Kabata, Kaori | University of Alberta (Canada).

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Long-distance binding in the feature-movement framework with reference to Russian.

by Rudnitskaya, Elena Leonidonna | City University of New York.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--City University of New York, 2000. Availability: No items available :

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Tense, aspect, and event representations in English and Japanese.

by Yamagata, Ayako | Michigan State University.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Michigan State University, 2000. Availability: No items available :

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The semiotic anthropology of Soviet film culture, 1960s-1990s.

by Avrutin, Lilia | University of Alberta (Canada).

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Alberta (Canada), 1998. Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan_3Call number: ER (1). :

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A REFERENCE GRAMMAR OF ILOCANO (MORPHOLOGY, SYNTAX, PHILIPPINES).

by RUBINO, CARL RALPH GALVEZ | UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (PH.D.)--UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA, 1997. Availability: No items available :

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Vocabulary cards as a strategy for vocabulary acquisition of English as a second language: The learners' perspectives.

by Neves, Maria Teresa Barbosa das | West Virginia University.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (M.A.)--West Virginia University, 2001. Availability: No items available :

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WORD ORDER VARIATION AND END FOCUS IN CHINESE: PRAGMATIC FUNCTIONS (SYNTAX, ICONICITY).

by ZHANG, PHYLLIS NI | COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY TEACHERS COLLEGE.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (ED.D.)--COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY TEACHERS COLLEGE, 1994. Availability: No items available :

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The formation of the resultative construction and its effects on the establishment of modern Chinese grammar.

by Shi, Yuzhi | Stanford University.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Stanford University, 1999. Availability: No items available :

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ELLIPSIS IN SLAVIC: THE SYNTAX-DISCOURSE INTERFACE (RUSSIAN, POLISH, DIRECT OBJECTS, VERBS).

by MCSHANE, MARJORIE JOAN | PRINCETON UNIVERSITY.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (PH.D.)--PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, 1998. Availability: No items available :

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A comparative study of multilingual writers' composing processes.

by Yahya, Noorchaya | Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1994. Availability: No items available :

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Balinese language: Historical background and contemporary state.

by Hunter, Thomas Marshall, Jr | University of Michigan.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Michigan, 1988. Availability: No items available :

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DERIVING DISTRIBUTIVITY IN MANDARIN CHINESE (GRAMMAR, SYNTAX, SEMANTICS, CHINESE).

by LI, XIAOGUANG | UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (PH.D.)--UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE, 1997. Availability: No items available :

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DE- AND RE-CONSTRUCTING COORDINATION IN KOREAN.

by YI, EUN-YOUNG | CORNELL UNIVERSITY.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (PH.D.)--CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1997. Availability: No items available :

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Dhivehi (Maldivian): A synchronic and diachronic study.

by Cain, Bruce Dwayne | Cornell University.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Cornell University, 2000. Availability: No items available :

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Power indexation in language choice in a South African Indian community.

by Altanero de la Santisima Metafora, Ti5mothy John Tarek | The University of Texas at Austin.

Material type: Text Text; Format: print Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--The University of Texas at Austin, 1999. Availability: No items available :

 

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