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  • Kiowa verb incorporation and types of mediating relations 

    McKenzie, Andrew (GLSA, 2019-02)
  • Latent homomorphism and content satisfaction: The double life of Turkic auxiliary -(I)p bol- 

    McKenzie, Andrew; Eziz, Gulnar; Major, Travis (Ubiquity Press, 2018-04-10)
    This paper argues that the Turkic auxiliary construction –(İ)p bol–, at least in Uyghur and Uzbek, is actually a pair of auxiliaries with distinct meanings. The first auxiliary is described as expressing “full completion” ...
  • Choosing Slow 

    Brooks Kieffer, Jamene (2019-07-11)
    Drawing on concepts of Slow and Fast articulated in popular and scholarly literature, the presentation discusses Slow as an issue of workplace equity in the context of academic libraries. The event included several modes ...
  • The Amphibians of Kansas 

    Smith, Hobart Muir (University of Kansas, 1933-08-31)
    The present work has largely as its object the bridging of the gap in the knowledge of the amphibians of the central plains region. For this reason, it is largely taxonomic and distributional, but, so far as possible, in ...
  • Notes on a New Dialectology of Montenegrin 

    Greenberg, Marc L. (Slavica, 2019)
    The paper presents some observations on the first post-Yugoslav handbook of dialectology focusing on Montenegrin (Čirgić 2017), which sets criteria for identifying the diacritic features of Montenegrin Štokavian. In ...

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