extraordinary coordination

Laurence Horn laurence.horn at YALE.EDU
Fri Jul 9 16:53:30 UTC 2004

At 9:22 AM -0700 7/9/04, Arnold M. Zwicky wrote:
>for fans of the type of nonconstituent coordination referred to in the
>generative literature as Right Node Raising, here's an extraordinary
>example from the 7/8/04 Palo Alto Daily News (p. 12), in a letter from
>Charles Browning, M.D. of Palo Alto, on health care costs:
>A 2004 Institute of Medicine report... documents that the uninsured,
>unable to afford health insurance, have less access to, and receive
>inferior, care.
And then there are the unconcerned uninsured, who have less access
to, but don't really, care.


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