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Below the Surface of Nisgha Syntax: Arguments and Adjuncts
|Below the Surface of Nisgha Syntax: Arguments and Adjuncts; Tarpent argues Jelinek's statement that languages can be divided into those which have lexical arguments and those which have pronominal arguments.|
|International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 23|
Tarpent, Marie-Lucie (author)
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