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  Ash, S. (1)
William Labov; Sharon Ash; and Charles Boberg. The Atlas of North American English. Mouton de Gruyter, 2006.
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  Barss, A. (1)
Jeffrey Punske; and Andrew Barss. It’s not just positive, anymore. 2010. Paper presented at Arizona Linguistics Circle (ALC) 4, Tucson, October 16
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  Boberg, C. (1)
William Labov; Sharon Ash; and Charles Boberg. The Atlas of North American English. Mouton de Gruyter, 2006.
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  Carter, C. (1)
Charles W. Carter; and John Harrington Cox. Any more again. American Speech, 7(3): 235–236. 1932.
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  Christian, D. (1)
Walt Wolfram; and Donna Christian. Appalachian speech. Center for Applied Linguistics, Arlington, VA, 1976.
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  Cox, J. (1)
Charles W. Carter; and John Harrington Cox. Any more again. American Speech, 7(3): 235–236. 1932.
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  Coye, D. (1)
Dale F. Coye. Dialect boundaries in New Jersey. American Speech, 84(4): 414–452. 2009.
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  Dalton, C. (1)
Courtney Dalton. The interplay of conversational implicature, speaker expectations, and NPI and positive anymore and yet. Ph.D. Thesis, Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 2018.
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A. R. Dunlap. Observations on American colloquial idiom. American Speech, 20(1): 12–21. 1945.
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  Eitner, W. (1)
Walter Eitner. Affirmative ‘anymore’ in present-day American English. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, 35: 311–316. 1949.
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  Ferguson, D. (1)
D. W. Ferguson. "Any more". American Speech, 7(3): 233–234. 1932.
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  Haycock, A. (1)
Allan Haycock. Who's positive anymore?. 2001.
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  Hindle, D. (1)
Donald Hindle. Syntactic variation in Philadelphia: positive anymore. Pennsylvania Working Papers on linguistic change and variation, 5. 1975.
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Laurence R. Horn. Some aspects of negation. In Joseph H. Greenberg; Charles A. Ferguson; and Edith A. Moravcsik., editor(s), Universals of human language, volume 4 (Syntax), pages 127–210. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA, 1978.
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Laurence R. Horn. Hypernegation, hyponegation: Gluts, gaps, and parole violations. Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS), 35(1): 403–423. 2009.
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Laurence R. Horn. Ain't it hard (anymore). In Papers from the 6th Regional Meeting, pages 318–327, Chicago, 1970.
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  Krumpelmann, J. (1)
John T Krumpelmann. West Virginia peculiarities. American Speech, 14: 155–156. 1939.
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  Labov, W. (4)
William Labov; Sharon Ash; and Charles Boberg. The Atlas of North American English. Mouton de Gruyter, 2006.
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William Labov. When intuitions fail. In Papers from the Parasession on theory and data in linguistics, Chicago, 1996.
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William Labov. The boundaries of a grammar: inter-dialectal reactions to positive anymore. In Peter Trudgill; and J. K. Chambers., editor(s), Dialects of English: studies in grammatical variation, pages 273–288. Longman, 1991.
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William Labov. Where do grammars stop?. In Sociolinguistics: current trends and prospects, pages 65–76, Washington, D.C, 1973. Georgetown University Press
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  Malone, K. (1)
Kemp Malone. Any more in the affirmative. American Speech, 6(6): 460. 1931.
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  McC (1)
McCain Jr.. 'Any more'. American Speech, 14(4): 304. 1939.
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  Murray, T. (1)
Thomas E. Murray. Positive anymore in the Midwest. In Timothy C. Frazer., editor(s), "Heartland" English: Variation and transition in the American Midwest, pages 173–186. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1993.
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  Nock, F. (1)
Francis J. Nock. The affirmative 'any more' again. American Speech, 34(2): 157–158. 1959.
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  Parker, F. (1)
Frank Parker. A comment on anymore. American Speech, 50: 303–310. 1975.
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  Punske, J. (1)
Jeffrey Punske; and Andrew Barss. It’s not just positive, anymore. 2010. Paper presented at Arizona Linguistics Circle (ALC) 4, Tucson, October 16
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  Shields, K. (1)
Kenneth Shields. Positive anymore in southeastern Pennsylvania. American Speech, 72(2): 217–220. 1997.
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  Strelluf, C. (1)
Christopher Strelluf. Anymore, It’s on Twitter: Positive Anymore, American Regional Dialects, and Polarity Licensing In Tweets. American Speech, 94(3): 313–351. August 2019.
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  Wolfram, W. (1)
Walt Wolfram; and Donna Christian. Appalachian speech. Center for Applied Linguistics, Arlington, VA, 1976.
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  Youmans, G. (1)
Gilbert Youmans. Any more on anymore?: Evidence from a Missouri dialect survey. American Speech, 61(1): 61–75. 1986.
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Frederic G. Cassidy., editor. anymore. In Frederic G. Cassidy., editor(s), Dictionary of American regional English, volume 1, pages 73. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1985.
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