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Bø"gel, Tina. 2013.
A Prosodic Resolution of German Case Ambiguities .
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Bögel, Tina, Miriam Butt, Ronald M. Kaplan, Tracy Holloway King, and John Maxwell III. 2009.
Prosodic phonology in LFG: A new proposal .
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Bögel, Tina, Tracy Holloway King, Ronald M. Kaplan, John T. Maxwell III, and Miriam Butt. 2010.
Second Position Clitics and the Prosody-Syntax Interface .
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Börjars, Kersti. 1998.
Clitics, affixes, and parallel correspondence.
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Börjars, Kersti. 2008.
Objects and OBJ .
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Börjars, Kersti and Carol Chapman. 1998.
Agreement and pro-drop in some dialects of English.
Linguistics 36(1), pp. 71-79.

Börjars, Kersti, Erika Chisarik, and John Payne. 1999.
On the justification for functional categories in LFG.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '99 Conference. University of Manchester.
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Börjars, Kersti, Elisabet Engdahl, and Maia Andréasson. 2003.
Subject and object positions in swedish.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '03 Conference. University at Albany, State University of New York.
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B{"orjars, Kersti and John Payne. 2013.
Dimensions of Variation in the Expression of Functional Features: Modelling Definiteness in LFG .
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Börjars, Kersti and Nigel Vincent. 2000.
Multiple case and the `wimpiness' of morphology.
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Börjars, Kersti and Nigel Vincent. 2004.
LFG and the typology of complementizer constructions.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '04 Conference. University of Canterbury.
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Börjars, Kersti and Nigel Vincent. 2005.
Position vs. function in scandinavian presentational constructions.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '05 Conference. University of Bergen, Norway.
URL http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/10/lfg05borjarsvincent.pdf.

Börjars, Kersti, Nigel Vincent, and Carol Chapman. 1996.
Paradigms, pronominal inflection and periphrasis.
In G. de Booij and J. Marle (editors), Yearbook of Morphology, pp. 155-180. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Bouma, Gerlof and Jonas Kuhn. 2009.
On the split nature of the Dutch laten-causative .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '09 Conference, pp. 167-187. Trinity College, Cambridge, UK.
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Bouma, Gerlof, Jonas Kuhn, Bettina Schrader, and Kathrin Spreyer. 2008.
Parallel LFG Grammars on Parallel Corpora: A Base for Practical Triangulation .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '08 Conference, pp. 169-189. University of Sydney, Australia.
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Bouzouita, Miriam and Stergios Chatzikyriakidis. 2009.
Clitics as calcified processing strategies .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '09 Conference, pp. 188-207. Trinity College, Cambridge, UK.
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Bowern, Claire. 2008.
Bardi Complex Predicates as a Challenge to Monotonicity .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '08 Conference, pp. 190-197. University of Sydney, Australia.
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Brekke, Magnar. 1988.
The experiencer constraint.
Linguistic Inquiry 19(2), pp. 169-180.

Bresnan, Joan. 1972.
Theory of complementation in English syntax.
Ph.D. thesis, MIT.

Bresnan, Joan. 1973.
Syntax of the comparative clause construction in English.
Linguistic Inquiry 4(2), pp. 275-343.

Bresnan, Joan. 1976a.
Evidence for a theory of unbounded transformations.
Linguistic Analysis 2, pp. 353-393.

Bresnan, Joan. 1976b.
Nonarguments for raising.
Linguistic Inquiry 7(3), pp. 485-501.

Bresnan, Joan. 1976c.
On the form and functioning of transformations.
Linguistic Inquiry 7(1), pp. 3-40.

Bresnan, Joan. 1977.
Variables in the theory of transformations.
In Peter W. Culicover, Thomas Wasow, and Adrian Akmajian (editors), Formal Syntax, pp. 157-196. New York: Academic Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 1978.
A realistic transformational grammar.
In Morris Halle, Joan Bresnan, and George A. Miller (editors), Linguistic theory and psychological reality, pp. 1-59. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 1979.
A theory of grammatical representation.
Duplicated lecture notes, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, MIT.

Bresnan, Joan. 1980.
Polyadicity.
In Teun Hoekstra, Harry van der Hulst, and Michael Moortgat (editors), Lexical Grammar, pp. 97-121. Dordrecht: Foris Publications.
In revised form in Joan Bresnan, ed. 1992. The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations, Chapter 3, pp. 149-172. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 1981.
An approach to universal grammar and the mental representation of language.
Cognition 10, pp. 39-52.

Bresnan, Joan. 1982a.
Control and complementation.
Linguistic Inquiry 13(3).
Also in Joan Bresnan, ed. 1982. The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations, Chapter 5, pp. 282-390. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Bresnan, Joan (editor). 1982b.
The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations.
Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 1982c.
The passive in lexical theory.
In Joan Bresnan (editor), The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations, pp. 3-86. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 1984.
Bound anaphora on functional structures.
Invited paper presented at 10th Berkeley Linguistic Society Conference, February 17th, 1984.

Bresnan, Joan. 1987.
On locative inversion in Chichewa.
CSLI Monthly 2(8).

Bresnan, Joan. 1988.
The design of grammar.
MS, Department of Linguistics and CSLI, Stanford University. Presented at the Interdisciplinary Women on the Frontiers of Research Conference. Clark University, Worchester, MA, March 31-April 1, 1988.

Bresnan, Joan. 1989.
The syntactic projection problem and the comparative syntax of locative inversion.
Journal of Information Science and Engineering 5(4), pp. 287-303.
Special issue, Republic of China Computational Linguistics Workshops II 1989, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China.

Bresnan, Joan. 1990a.
Levels of representation in locative inversion.
Presented at the 13th GLOW Colloquium, St. John's College, Cambridge, April 6.

Bresnan, Joan. 1990b.
Linguistic and computational constraints on grammar.
In Tutorials of SICONLP `90, The Seoul International Conference on Natural Language Processing Tutorials, pp. 117-145. Seoul: Language Research Institute, Seoul National University.

Bresnan, Joan. 1990c.
Monotonicity and the theory of relation-changes in LFG.
Language Research 26(4), pp. 637-652.

Bresnan, Joan. 1991.
Locative case vs. locative gender.
In Proceedings of BLS, volume 17, pp. 53-68.

Bresnan, Joan. 1993.
Interaction between grammar and discourse in Chichewa (Bantu).
In William A. Foley (editor), The Role of Linguistic Theory in Language Description, pp. 45-60. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs 69.

Bresnan, Joan. 1994a.
Linear order vs. syntactic rank: evidence from weak crossover.
In K. Beals et al. (editors), Proceedings of CLS, volume 30, pp. 57-89.

Bresnan, Joan. 1994b.
Locative inversion and the architecture of universal grammar.
Language 70(1), pp. 2-131.

Bresnan, Joan. 1995a.
Category mismatches.
In Akinbiyi Akinlabi (editor), Theoretical Approaches to African Languages, pp. 19-46. Trenton, N.J.: African World Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 1995b.
Linear order, syntactic rank, and empty categories: On weak crossover.
In Mary Dalrymple, Ronald M. Kaplan, John T. Maxwell, and Annie Zaenen (editors), Formal Issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar, pp. 241-274. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Bresnan, Joan. 1995c.
Morphology competes with syntax: Explaining typological variation in weak crossover effects.
In Pilar Barbosa, Danny Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, and David Pesetsky (editors), Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax. The MIT Press.
URL http://csli-www.stanford.edu/users/bresnan/final-pub-rev.ps.
Also presented at the MIT Workshop on Optimality in Syntax, May 1995.

Bresnan, Joan. 1996a.
Lexicality and argument structure.
URL http://csli-www.stanford.edu/users/bresnan/paris.ps.
Presented at the Paris Syntax and Semantics Conference, October 12 - 14, 1995.

Bresnan, Joan. 1996b.
Lexicality and argument structure.
URL http://www-lfg.stanford.edu/lfg/bresnan/paris.pdf.
Invited paper given at the Paris Syntax and Semantics Conference, October 12-14, 1995.

Bresnan, Joan. 1996c.
LFG in an OT setting: Modelling competition and economy.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '96 Conference. Rank Xerox, Grenoble.
URL http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/1/lfg1.html.
Handout for keynote address.

Bresnan, Joan. 1996d.
Optimal syntax: Notes on projection, heads, and optimality.
URL http://csli-www.stanford.edu/users/bresnan/g-new.ps.
MS, Stanford University.

Bresnan, Joan. 1997a.
The emergence of the unmarked pronoun: Chichewa pronominals in Optimality Theory.
URL http://www-csli.stanford.edu/ bresnan/jb-bls-roa.ps.
Presented at the BLS 23 Special Session on Syntax and Semantics in Africa. Published as Bresnan 2001.

Bresnan, Joan. 1997b.
The emergence of the unmarked pronoun: Chichewa pronominals in Optimality Theory.
BLS, Special Session on Syntax and Semantics in Africa 23(S), pp. 26-46.

Bresnan, Joan. 1997c.
Mixed categories as head sharing constructions.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '97 Conference. University of California, San Diego.
URL http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/2/lfg97.html.

Bresnan, Joan. 1998a.
Markedness and morphosyntactic variation in pronominal systems.
URL http://www-lfg.stanford.edu/bresnan/download.html.
Handout for the workshop `Is Syntax Different? Common cognitive structures for syntax and phonology in Optimality Theory', December 12-13, 1998, Center for the Study of Language and Information.

Bresnan, Joan. 1998b.
Morphology competes with syntax: Explaining typological variation in weak crossover effects.
In Pilar Barbosa, Danny Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, and David Pesetsky (editors), Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax, pp. 59-92. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press and MIT Working Papers in Linguistics.

Bresnan, Joan. 1998c.
Pidgin genesis in optimality theory.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '98 Conference. University of Queensland, Brisbane.
URL http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/3/lfg98.html.
Revised version appears as Bresnan 2000.

Bresnan, Joan. 1999.
The lexicon in optimality theory.
Revised version of paper presented to the 11th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Special Session on the Lexical Basis of Sentence Processing: Formal and Computational issues, Rutgers University, March 20, 1998.

Bresnan, Joan. 2000a.
Explaining morphosyntactic competition.
In Mark Baltin and Chris Collins (editors), Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
URL http://www-csli.stanford.edu/ bresnan/handbook5.ps.

Bresnan, Joan. 2000b.
Optimal syntax.
In Joost Dekkers, Frank van der Leeuw, and Jeroen van de Weijer (editors), Optimality Theory: Phonology, Syntax and Acquisition, pp. 334-385. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 2000c.
Pidgin genesis and optimality theory.
In Jeff Siegel (editor), Processes of Language Contact: Case Studies from Australia and the Pacific, pp. 145-173. Montréal: Les Editions Fides.
Revised version of Bresnan 1998.

Bresnan, Joan. 2001a.
The emergence of the unmarked pronoun ii.
In Geraldine Legendre, Jane Grimshaw, and Sten Vikner (editors), Optimality-Theoretic Syntax, pp. 113-142. The MIT Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 2001b.
Explaining morphosyntactic competition.
In Mark Baltin and Chris Collins (editors), Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory, pp. 1-44. Oxford: Blackwell.

Bresnan, Joan. 2001c.
Lexical-Functional Syntax.
Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

Bresnan, Joan. 2001d.
Optimal syntax.
In Joost Dekkers, Frank van der Leeuw, and Jeroen van de Weijer (editors), Optimality Theory: Phonology, Syntax and Acquisition, pp. 334-385. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bresnan, Joan. 2002.
The lexicon in optimality theory.
In Suzanne Stevenson and Paola Merlo (editors), The Lexical Basis of Syntactic Processing: Formal,Computational and Experimental Issues, pp. 39-58. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bresnan, Joan and Judith Aissen. 2002.
Optimality and functionality: Objections and refutations.
Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 20(1), pp. 81-95.

Bresnan, Joan, Anna Cueni, Tatiana Nikitina, and Harald Baayen. 2005.
Predicting the dative alternation.
URL http://www-lfg.stanford.edu/bresnan/qs-submit.pdf.
To appear in Royal Netherlands Academy of Science Workshop on Foundations of Interpretation proceedings. Corrected September 25, 2005.

Bresnan, Joan and Ashwini Deo. 2001.
Grammatical constraints on variation: `be' in the survey of English dialects and (stochastic) Optimality Theory.
URL http://www-lfg.stanford.edu/bresnan/download.html.
MS, Stanford University.

Bresnan, Joan, Ashwini Deo, and Devyani Sharma. 2007.
Typology in Variation: A Probabilistic Approach to be and n't in the Survey of English Dialects.
English Language and Linguistics 11(2), pp. 301-346.

Bresnan, Joan, Shipra Dingare, and Christopher D. Manning. 2001.
Soft constraints mirror hard constraints: Voice and person in English and Lummi.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '01 Conference. University of Hong Kong.
URL http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/6/lfg01.html.

Bresnan, Joan and Jane Grimshaw. 1978.
The syntax of free relatives in English.
Linguistic Inquiry 9(3), pp. 331-391.

Bresnan, Joan, Per-Kristian Halvorsen, and Joan Maling. 1985a.
Logophoricity and bound anaphors.
MS, Stanford University.

Bresnan, Joan and Jonni Kanerva. 1989.
Locative inversion in Chichewa: a case study of factorization in grammar.
Linguistic Inquiry 20(1), pp. 1-50.
Reprinted in Tim Stowell and Eric Wehrli (eds.), Syntax and Semantics No. 26: Syntax and the Lexicon, pp. 53-101. New York: Academic Press.

Bresnan, Joan and Jonni Kanerva. 1992.
The thematic hierarchy and locative inversion in UG: a reply to Paul Schachter's comments.
In Tim Stowell and Eric Wehrli (editors), Syntax and Semantics No. 26: Syntax and the Lexicon, pp. 111-125. New York: Academic Press.

Bresnan, Joan and Ronald M. Kaplan. 1982.
Introduction: grammars as mental representations of language.
In Joan Bresnan (editor), The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations, pp. xvii-lii. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Bresnan, Joan, Ronald M. Kaplan, Stanley Peters, and Annie Zaenen. 1982.
Cross-serial dependencies in Dutch.
Linguistic Inquiry 13(4), pp. 613-635.
Reprinted in W. Savitch et al. (eds) The Formal Complexity of Natural Language, 286-319. Dordrecht: D. Reidel.

Bresnan, Joan, Ronald M. Kaplan, and Peter Peterson. 1985b.
Coordination and the flow of information through phrase structure.
MS, Xerox PARC.

Bresnan, Joan and Sam A. Mchombo. 1985.
On topic, pronoun, and agreement in Chichewa.
In Proceedings of the Eastern States Conference on Linguistics, pp. 276-312. SUNY, Buffalo.
Incorporated in Bresnan and Mchombo 1987.

Bresnan, Joan and Sam A. Mchombo. 1986.
Grammatical and anaphoric agreement.
In Papers from the Parasession on Pragmatics and Grammatical Theory at the Twenty-Second Regional Meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society, pp. 278-297.

Bresnan, Joan and Sam A. Mchombo. 1987.
Topic, pronoun, and agreement in Chichewa.
Language 63(4), pp. 741-782.
Reprinted in Masayo Iida, Steven Wechsler and Draga Zec (eds.), Working Papers in Grammatical Theory and Discourse Structure: Interactions of Morphology, Syntax, and Discourse, pp. 1-59. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Bresnan, Joan and Sam A. Mchombo. 1995.
The lexical integrity principle: evidence from Bantu.
Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 13(2), pp. 181-254.

Bresnan, Joan and Lioba Moshi. 1989.
Applicatives in Kivunjo (Chaga): implications for argument structure and syntax.
MS, Departments of Linguistics, Stanford University and University of Georgia.

Bresnan, Joan and Lioba Moshi. 1990.
Object asymmetries in comparative Bantu syntax.
Linguistic Inquiry 21(2), pp. 147-185.
Reprinted in Sam A. Mchombo (ed.) Theoretical Aspects of Bantu Grammar 1, 47-91. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Bresnan, Joan and Tatiana Nikitina. 2003.
On the gradience of the dative alternation.
URL http://www-lfg.stanford.edu/bresnan/new-dative.pdf.
Draft of May 7, 2003.

Bresnan, Joan and Höskuldur Thráinsson. 1990.
A note on Icelandic coordination.
In Joan Maling and Annie Zaenen (editors), Syntax and Semantics No. 24: Modern Icelandic Syntax, pp. 355-365. Orlando: Academic Press.

Bresnan, Joan and Annie Zaenen. 1990.
Deep unaccusativity in LFG.
In Katarzyna Dziwirek, Patrick Farrell, and Errapel Mejías-Bikandi (editors), Grammatical Relations. A Cross-Theoretical Perspective, pp. 45-57. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Brett Baker, Rachel Nordlinger, Kate Horrack and Louisa Sadler. 2010.
Putting it All Together: Agreement, Incorporation, Coordination and External Possession in Wubuy (Australia) .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '10 Conference, pp. 64-84. Ottawa, Canada.
URL http://cslipublications.stanford.edu/LFG/15/abstracts/lfg10abs-bakeretal.html.

Briem, Daniela, Britta Balliel, Brigitte Rockstroh, Miriam Butt, Sabine Schulte im Walde, and Ramin Assadollahi. 2009.
Distinct processing of function verb categories in the human brain.
Brain Research 1249, pp. 173-180.

Briffault, Xavier, Karim Chibout, Gerard Sabah, and Jerome Vapillon. 1997.
A linguistic engineering framework for the conception, management and exploitation of linguistic data based on LFG.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '97 Conference. University of California, San Diego.
URL http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/2/lfg97.html.

Broadwell, G. Aaron. 2002.
Constraint symmertry in optimality theoretic syntax.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '02 Conference. National Technical University of Athens.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 1998.
Directionals as complex predicates in Choctaw.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '98 Conference. University of Queensland, Brisbane.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 1999a.
Focus alignment and optimal order in Zapotec.
In CLS 35.
Also at http://www/albany.edu/anthro/fac/broadwell.htm.

Broadwell, George Aaron. 1999b.
Optimal order and focus alignment in two Otomanguean languages.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '99 Conference. University of Manchester.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2000a.
Choctaw directionals and the syntax of complex predication.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), Argument Realization. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Broadwell, George Aaron. 2000b.
Coordination, clitic placement and prosody in Zapotec.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2000c.
Word order and markedness in Kaqchikel.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '00 Conference. University of California, Berkeley.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2001.
Optimal order and pied-piping in San Dionicio Zapotec.
In Peter Sells (editor), Formal and Empirical Issues in Optimality Theoretic Syntax. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Broadwell, George Aaron. 2003.
Optimality, complex predication, and parallel structures in zapotec.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '03 Conference. University at Albany, State University of New York.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2005.
It ain't necessarily S(V)O: Two kinds of VSO languages.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '05 Conference. University of Bergen, Norway.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2006.
Alignment, precedence, and the typology of pied-piping with inversion.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '06 Conference. University of Konstanz, Germany.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2007.
Lexical sharing and non-projecting words: the syntax of Zapotec adjectives.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '07 Conference, pp. 87-106. University of Stanford, California, USA.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2008.
Turkish Suspended Affixation is Lexical Sharing .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '08 Conference, pp. 198-213. University of Sydney, Australia.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2010.
Two Movement Paradoxes in Zapotec .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '10 Conference, pp. 127-143. Ottawa, Canada.
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Broadwell, George Aaron. 2013.
An Emphatic Auxiliary Construction for Emotions in Copala Triqui .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG 2013 Conference, pp. 171-190. Debrecen, Hungary.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/18/abstracts/lfg13abs-broadwell.html.

Bröker, Norbert. 1998.
A projection architecture for Dependency Grammar and how it compares to LFG.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '98 Conference. University of Queensland, Brisbane.
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Brun, Caroline. 1996.
La coordination dans le cadre d'une grammaire LFG du français.
In Proceedings of the First Student Conference in Computational Linguistics in Montr?éal, pp. 192-199. Montréal.

Bryl, Anton and Josef van Genabith. 2010a.
f-align: an open-source alignment tool for LFG f-structure.
In AMTA 2010: the Ninth conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas.

Bryl, Anton and Josef van Genabith. 2010b.
Two Approaches to Automatic Matching of Atomic Grammatical Features in LFG .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '10 Conference, pp. 144-154. Ottawa, Canada.
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Evaluation of an automatic F-structure algorithm against the parc 700 dependency bank.
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Treebank-based acquisition of wide-coverage, probabilistic LFG resources: Project overview, results and evaluation.
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Burke, Michael, Aoife Cahill, Josef van Genabith, and Andy Way. 2005.
Evaluating automatically acquired f-structures against propbank.
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Burke, Michael, Olivia Lama, Aoife Cahill, Rowena Chan, Ruth O'Donovan, Adams Bodomo, Josef van Genabith, and Andy Way. 2004c.
Treebank-based acquisition of a chinese lexical-functional grammar.
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Butt, M. and M. Steinbach (editors). 2008.
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Butt, Miriam. 1993a.
Hindi-Urdu infinitives as NPs.
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Butt, Miriam. 1993b.
Object specificity and agreement in Hindi/Urdu.
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Butt, Miriam. 1993c.
A reanalysis of long distance agreement in Urdu.
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Butt, Miriam. 1993d.
The structure of complex predicates in Urdu.
Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University, Department of Linguistics.

Butt, Miriam. 1994a.
Complex predicate scrambling.
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Butt, Miriam. 1994b.
Machine translation and complex predicates.
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Butt, Miriam. 1995a.
Clause union - then and now.
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Butt, Miriam. 1995b.
The Structure of Complex Predicates in Urdu.
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Butt, Miriam. 1996.
Constraining argument merger through aspect.
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Butt, Miriam. 1997a.
Complex predicates in Urdu.
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Butt, Miriam. 1997b.
Interfaces as the locus of historical change.
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Butt, Miriam. 2001a.
A reexamination of the accusative to ergative shift.
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Butt, Miriam. 2001b.
A reexamination of the accusative to ergative shift in Indo-Aryan.
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Butt, Miriam. 2001c.
The treatment of tense (overview).
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Butt, Miriam. 2006.
Theories of Case.
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Butt, Miriam. 2008a.
Case in Lexical-Functional Grammar.
In Andrej Malchukov and Andrew Spencer (editors), The Handbook of Case, pp. 59-71. Oxford University Press.

Butt, Miriam. 2008b.
Modern Approaches to case: an overview.
In Andrej Malchukov and Andrew Spencer (editors), The Handbook of Case, pp. 27-43. Oxford University Press.

Butt, Miriam. 2010.
The light verb jungle: still hacking away.
In Brett Baker Mengistu Amberber and Mark Harvey (editors), Complex Predicates, pp. 48-78. Cambridge University Press.

Butt, Miriam and Tafseer Ahmed. 2010.
The redevelopment of Indo-Aryan case systems from a lexical semantic perspective.
Morphology pp. 1-28.
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Butt, Miriam, T. Boegel, A. Hautli, and S. Sulger. 2009.
Urdu and the Modular Architecture of ParGram.
In Proceedings of the Conference on Language and Technology 2009 (CLT09), pp. 1-7. Center for Research in Urdu Language Processing (CRULP), Lahore.

Butt, Miriam, Mary Dalrymple, and Anette Frank. 1997.
An architecture for linking theory in LFG.
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Butt, Miriam, Mary Dalrymple, and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2006.
Intelligent Linguistic Architectures: Variations on Themes by Ronald M. Kaplan.
Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Butt, Miriam, Stefanie Dipper, Anette Frank, and Tracy Holloway King. 1999a.
Pargram project.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (eds.). 2003.
Nominals: inside and out.
Stanford, CA: CSLI.

Butt, Miriam, M. Forst, Tracy Holloway King, and Jonas Kuhn. 2003a.
The feature space in parallel grammar writing.
In ESSLLI.
Workshop on Ideas and Strategies for Multilingual Grammar Developement.

Butt, Miriam, Christian Fortmann, and Christian Rohrer. 1996a.
Syntactic analyses for parallel grammars: Auxiliaries and genitive NPs.
In Proceedings of COLING '96. Copenhagen.

Butt, Miriam and Wilhelm Geuder (editors). 1998.
The Projection of Arguments: Lexical and Compositional Factors.
Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Butt, Miriam, Michio Isoda, and Peter Sells. 1990.
Complex predicates in LFG.
MS, Stanford University.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 1991.
Semantic case in Urdu.
In Lise M. Dobrin, Lynn Nichols, and Rosa M. Rodriguez (editors), Proceedings of CLS, volume 27, pp. 31-46.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 1996a.
The Proceedings of the 1st International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (Rank Xerox, Grenoble, France). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 1996b.
Structural topic and focus without movement.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 1997a.
Null elements in discourse structure.
In Proceedings of the International Seminar on NULLS. Delhi University.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 1997b.
The Proceedings of the 2nd International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of California, San Diego, USA). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 1998a.
Interfacing phonology with LFG.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '98 Conference. University of Queensland, Brisbane.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 1998b.
The Proceedings of the 3rd International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 1999.
The Proceedings of the 4th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Manchester, UK). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2000a.
Argument Realization.
Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 2000b.
Null elements in discourse structure.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2000c.
The Proceedings of the 5th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of California, Berkeley, USA). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2001a.
The Proceedings of the 6th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Hong Kong). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 2001b.
Time over Matter: Diachronic Perspectives on Morphosyntax.
Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2002a.
The Proceedings of the 7th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (National Technical University of Athens, Greece). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/7/lfg02.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 2002b.
Urdu and the parallel grammar project.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 2003a.
Case systems: Beyond structural distinctions.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 2003b.
Grammar writing, testing and evaluating.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2003c.
The Proceedings of the 8th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University at Albany, State University of New York, USA). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/8/lfg03.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2004.
The Proceedings of the 9th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Canterbury, New Zealand). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/9/lfg04.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2005.
The Proceedings of the 10th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Bergen, Norway). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/10/lfg05.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2006a.
Lexical Semantics in LFG.
Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2006b.
The Proceedings of the 11th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Konstanz, Germany). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2007a.
The Proceedings of the 12th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Stanford, California, USA). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/12/lfg07.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King. 2007b.
Urdu in a parallel grammar development environment.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2008.
The Proceedings of the 13th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Sydney, Australia). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2009.
The Proceedings of the 14th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (Trinity College, Cambridge, UK). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/14/lfg09.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2010.
The Proceedings of the 15th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/15/lfg10.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2011.
The Proceedings of the 16th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Hong Kong). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/16/lfg11.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2012.
The Proceedings of the 17th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (Udayana University, Bali). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
URL http://web.stanford.edu/group/cslipublications/cslipublications/LFG/17/lfg12.html.

Butt, Miriam and Tracy Holloway King (editors). 2013.
The Proceedings of the 18th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (University of Debrecen, Hungary). Stanford, Ca.: CSLI Publications.
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Butt, Miriam, Tracy Holloway King, and John T. Maxwell III. 2003b.
Complex predication via restriction.
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Productive encoding of urdu complex predicates in the pargram project.
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Butt, Miriam, Tracy Holloway King, Hiroshi Masuichi, and Christian Rohrer. 2002.
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Butt, Miriam, Tracy Holloway King, and Anila Varghese. 2004.
A computational treatment of differential case marking in malayalam.
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A Grammar Writer's Cookbook.
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Butt, Miriam and Jafar Rizvi. 2010.
Tense and Aspect in Urdu.
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Butt, Miriam and Alexandros Tantos. 2004.
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Occasional Paper 17, The Center for Cognitive Science, MIT.

Zaenen, Annie (editor). 1982a.
Subjects and Other Subjects: Proceedings of the Harvard Conference on the Representation of Grammatical Relations.
Bloomington: Indiana University Linguistics Club.

Zaenen, Annie. 1982b.
Verb-first clauses in Icelandic, successive cyclic wh-movement and syntactic binding.
Communication and Cognition 15(3-4), pp. 429-457.

Zaenen, Annie. 1983.
On syntactic binding.
Linguistic Inquiry 14(3), pp. 469-504.

Zaenen, Annie. 1987.
The place of bevallen (please) in the syntax of Dutch.
MS, Xerox PARC and CSLI, Stanford University.

Zaenen, Annie. 1988.
How complex is the mapping between semantics and syntax: Agents and themes in Dutch.
MS, Xerox PARC and CSLI, Stanford University.

Zaenen, Annie. 1989.
Nominal arguments in Dutch and WYSIWYG LFG.
MS, Xerox PARC.

Zaenen, Annie. 1994.
Unaccusativity in Dutch: Integrating syntax and lexical semantics.
In James Pustejovsky (editor), Semantics and the Lexicon, pp. 129-161. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Zaenen, Annie. No date.
Lexical information in LFG, an overview.
CL/MT group photocopy, University of Essex.

Zaenen, Annie and Dick Crouch. 2009.
OBLs hobble computations .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '09 Conference, pp. 644-654. Trinity College, Cambridge, UK.
URL http://cslipublications.stanford.edu/LFG/14/abstracts/lfg09abs-crouchzaenen.html.

Zaenen, Annie and Elisabet Engdahl. 1994.
Descriptive and theoretical syntax in the lexicon.
In B. T. S. Atkins and Antonio Zampolli (editors), Computational Approaches to the Lexicon: Automating the Lexicon II, pp. 181-212. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Zaenen, Annie and Ronald M. Kaplan. 1995.
Formal devices for linguistic generalizations: West Germanic word order in LFG.
In Jennifer S. Cole, Georgia M. Green, and Jerry L. Morgan (editors), Linguistics and Computation, pp. 3-27. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Reprinted in Mary Dalrymple, Ronald M. Kaplan, John Maxwell, and Annie Zaenen, eds., Formal Issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar, 215-239. Stanford: CSLI Publications. 1995.

Zaenen, Annie and Ronald M. Kaplan. 2002.
Subsumption and equality: German partial fronting in LFG.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '02 Conference. National Technical University of Athens.
URL http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/7/lfg02.html.

Zaenen, Annie and Joan Maling. 1983.
Passive and oblique case.
In Lori S. Levin, Malka Rappaport, and Annie Zaenen (editors), Papers in Lexical-Functional Grammar, pp. 159-191. Bloomington: Indiana University Linguistics Club.

Zaenen, Annie and Joan Maling. 1984.
Unaccusative, passive and quirky case.
MS, Cornell and Brandeis Universities.

Zaenen, Annie, Joan Maling, and H. Thrainsson. 1985.
Case and grammatical functions: The Icelandic passive.
Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 3(4), pp. 441-483.
Reprinted in Joan Maling and Annie Zaenen, eds., Syntax and Semantics 24: Modern Icelandic Syntax, 95-164. New York: Academic Press. 1990.

Zarrieß, Sina and Jonas Kuhn. 2009.
Paraphrases in LFG-based broad-coverage semantics .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '09 Conference, pp. 655-675. Trinity College, Cambridge, UK.
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Reversing F-Structure Rewriting for Generation from Meaning Representations .
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '10 Conference, pp. 479-499. Ottawa, Canada.
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Zec, Draga. 1985a.
Control and complementation in Serbo-Croatian.
MS, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University.

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Objects in Serbo-Croatian.
In Proceedings of BLS, volume 11, pp. 358-371.

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On obligatory control in clausal complements.
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CSLI Lecture Notes, number 11.

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A reinterpretation of syntactic alignment.
In Dick de Jongh, Henk Zeevat, and Marie Nilsenova (editors), Proceedings of the 3rd and 4th International Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation. Amsterdam: ILLC.

Zelinsky-Wibbelt, Cornelia. 1986.
An empirically based approach towards a system of semantic features.
In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING '86), pp. 7-12. Bonn.

Zinsmeister, Heike, Jonas Kuhn, and Stefanie Dipper. 2002.
Tiger transfer - utilizing lfg parses for treebank annotation.
In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (editors), The Proceedings of the LFG '02 Conference. National Technical University of Athens.
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