9.1558, TOC: Glot International 3-8

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Subject: 9.1558, TOC: Glot International 3-8

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Date:  Thu, 05 Nov 1998 22:55:08 +0100
From:  Rint Sybesma <rint at hagpub.com>
Subject:  Glot International Vol 3, Issue 8

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Date:  Thu, 05 Nov 1998 22:55:08 +0100
From:  Rint Sybesma <rint at hagpub.com>
Subject:  Glot International Vol 3, Issue 8

Table of Contents
Glot International, Vol. 3, Issue 8

Editors: Lisa Cheng and Rint Sybesma
<mailto: glot at rullet.leidenuniv.nl>

Structure for Coordination, Part II
by Ljiljana Progovac
"It is not accidental that there have been attempts to bring
conjunction and adjunction under the same umbrella: both are
recursive, and both seem deficient without the other. For example,
adjunction is the only operation that creates a phrase without a

Elan Dresher
Hidden Codes in the Hebrew Bible?
"He suggested that these conclusions were based on purely
scientific criteria which, as it turned out, happened to be in accord
with the account presented in the book of Genesis."

Non-verbal predication and head movement
by Andrew Carnie (MIT, 1995), reviewed by Peter Svenonius

The Copy Theory of Movement and Linearization of Chains in the
Minimalist Program
by Jairo Nunes (Maryland, 1995), reviewed by Hans-Martin

Book reviews
The Architecture of the Language Faculty
by Ray Jackendoff (MIT Press, 1997), reviewed by Elizabeth A.

The CD Extinct South African Khoisan Languages reviewed by
Bonnie Sands

The Number of Death
A Linguistic Mystery in Eight Installments
by Chris Sidney Tappan
Chapter 7: An unexpected problem

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