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181.
Left-Isolation from a construction grammar viewpoint
by Crocker, Shelley, M.A.  San Jose State University. 2009: 102 pages; 1473555.
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A grammar of Sierra Popoluca (Soteapanec, a Mixe-Zoquean language)
by de Jong Boudreault, Lynda J., Ph.D.  The University of Texas at Austin. 2009: 1049 pages; 3407550.
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Learning which verbs allow object omission: Verb semantic selectivity and the implicit object construction
by Medina, Tamara Nicol, Ph.D.  The Johns Hopkins University. 2007: 313 pages; 3262361.
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Verb subcategorization and verb derivation in Marshallese: A lexicase analysis
by Pagatto, Louise, Ph.D.  University of Hawai'i at Manoa. 1987: 861 pages; 3731421.
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Processing Context-Sensitive Expressions: The Case of Gradable Adjectives and Numerals
by Terrasa, Helena Aparicio, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2018: 205 pages; 10640835.
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Investigating the Learnability of a Rogue Grammar: Null Subject Parameter Resetting in Second Language Acquisition
by Schroeder, Mariel, M.A.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2017: 237 pages; 10275925.
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The lexicographic treatment of color terms
by Williams, Krista, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2014: 196 pages; 3624240.
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From the Internet to the streets: Occupy Wall Street, the Internet, and activism
by Hatcher, Alexandra M., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2013: 119 pages; 1537772.
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Paralinguistic cues and their effect on leader credibility
by Reid, Monte B., M.A.  Gonzaga University. 2013: 69 pages; 1537255.
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Small projections and grammaticalization in Korean
by Kim, Tae Sik, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2011: 352 pages; 3489742.
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Exploring Japanese graduate students' perceptions of English and Japanese academic writing: A case study
by Sasagawa, Emiko, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 123 pages; 1504532.
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The transformation of spatal experience in narrative discourse
by Howald, Blake Stephen, Ph.D.  Georgetown University. 2011: 244 pages; 3459823.
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The grammaticalization of ingressive aspect in early English
by Sims, Lynn Diane, Ph.D.  Arizona State University. 2008: 188 pages; 3302972.
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The Expression of Identifiability and Accessibility in Adult German Language Learners
by Petrulio, Kyle A., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 167 pages; 10751994.
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Speaking of Sisterhood: A Sociolinguistic Study of an Asian American Sorority
by Bauman, Carina, Ph.D.  New York University. 2016: 143 pages; 10025709.
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Influences on Parsing Ambiguity
by Ackerman, Lauren Marie, Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2015: 343 pages; 3741393.
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On good and ‘good’
by Shanklin, Robert Elstone, III, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2011: 336 pages; 3478009.
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Scaling up psycholinguistics
by Smith, Nathaniel J., Ph.D.  University of California, San Diego. 2011: 178 pages; 3472953.
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The Representation of Morphemes in the Russian Lexicon
by Antic, Eugenia, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2010: 111 pages; 3444593.
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A grammar of Bao'an Tu, a Mongolic language of northwest China
by Fried, Robert Wayne, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2010: 365 pages; 3407976.
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Schools, marriage, and the endangerment of the Nagu language in the Solomon Islands
by Emerine, Rachel Dorlene, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2009: 169 pages; 1481584.
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Spoken word recognition of the reduced American English Flap
by Tucker, Benjamin V., Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2007: 183 pages; 3263243.
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