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Phil Branigan, Provocative syntax (Linguistic Inquiry Monograph 61). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2011. Pp. x + 176.

  • Martin Salzmann (a1)
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Author's address: Department of Linguistics, University of Leipzig, Beethovenstrasse 15, D-04107 Leipzig, Germanymartin.salzmann@uni-leipzig.de
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