Aspects of non-standard relativization
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Aspects of non-standard relativization a study of relative clauses in the Dorset dialect, in the vein of traditional dialectology, with some socio-linguistic refinements. by Nadine van den Eynden

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Published by [Dept Ling., Katholieke Univ.Leuven] in [Leuven?] .
Written in English


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Proefschrift voorgelegd ter verkrijging van de graad van Doctor in de Letteren en de Wijsbegeerte.

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