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Marianna Lya Zummo

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Sanja Berberović and Mersina Mujagić

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Peter Petré, Lynn Anthonissen, Sara Budts, Enrique Manjavacas, Emma-Louise Silva, William Standing and Odile A.O. Strik

Grammars ). Anthonissen, Lynn. 2019 (forthcoming). Constructional change across the lifespan: The nominative and infinitive in early modern writers. To appear in K. Bech and R. Möhlig-Falke (eds.). Grammar – discourse – context: Grammar and usage in language variation and change (Discourse Patterns). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Apache OpenNLP. 2017. The Apache Software Foundation. Archer, Ian W. 2000. Social networks in Restoration London: The evidence of Samuel Pepys’s diary. In A. Shepard, P. J. Withington and P

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Anne-Christine Gardner, Marianne Hundt and Moira Kindlimann

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Vasiliki Simaki, Carita Paradis and Andreas Kerren

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Tamás Fekete and Ádám Porkoláb

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