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  Bolinger, D. (1)
Dwight Bolinger. The remarkable double IS. English Today, 3(1): 39–40. January 1987.
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  Brenier, J. (3)
Elizabeth Coppock; Jason Brenier; Laura Staum; and Laura Michaelis. “The thing is, is” Is No Mere Disfluency. Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 32(1): 85–96. October 2006.
“The thing is, is” Is No Mere Disfluency [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
Jason Brenier; and Laura Michaelis. Optimization via Syntactic Amalgam: Syntax-Prosody Mismatch and Copula Doubling. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 1(1): 45–88. 2005.
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Elizabeth Coppock; Jason Brenier; Laura Michaelis; and Laura Staum. ISIS: It's not a disfluency, but how do we know that?. 2006. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, Berkeley, CA.
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  Calude, A. (1)
Andreea S. Calude. Demonstrative clefts and double cleft constructions in spontaneous spoken English. Studia Linguistica, 62(1): 78–118. April 2008.
Demonstrative clefts and double cleft constructions in spontaneous spoken English [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
  Coppock, E. (3)
Elizabeth Coppock; Jason Brenier; Laura Staum; and Laura Michaelis. “The thing is, is” Is No Mere Disfluency. Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 32(1): 85–96. October 2006.
“The thing is, is” Is No Mere Disfluency [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
Elizabeth Coppock; and Laura Staum. Origin of the English double-is construction. 2004.
Origin of the English double-is construction [pdf]Paper   link   bibtex  
Elizabeth Coppock; Jason Brenier; Laura Michaelis; and Laura Staum. ISIS: It's not a disfluency, but how do we know that?. 2006. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, Berkeley, CA.
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  Curzan, A. (1)
Anne Curzan. Revisiting the reduplicative copula with corpus-based evidence. . November 2012.
Revisiting the reduplicative copula with corpus-based evidence [link]Paper   link   bibtex   abstract  
  Gisle, A. (1)
Andersen Gisle. Corpora and the Double Copula. In From the COLT's mouth ... and others: Language Corpora Studies, in Honor of Anna-Brita Strenstrom, pages 43–58. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002.
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  Grant, E. (1)
Diane Massam; and Erin Grant. Given two be’s, how do they Agree?. Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique, 59(3): 395–405. November 2014.
Given two be’s, how do they Agree? [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
  Haley, M. (1)
Michael Shapiro; and Michael C. Haley. The Reduplicative Copula Is Is. American Speech, 77(3): 305–312. September 2002.
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  Heycock, C. (1)
Caroline Heycock; and Anthony Kroch. Pseudocleft Connectedness: Implications for the LF Interface Level. Linguistic Inquiry, 30(3): 365–397. 1999.
Pseudocleft Connectedness: Implications for the LF Interface Level [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex  
  Kroch, A. (1)
Caroline Heycock; and Anthony Kroch. Pseudocleft Connectedness: Implications for the LF Interface Level. Linguistic Inquiry, 30(3): 365–397. 1999.
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  Massam, D. (4)
Diane Massam. Intrusive Be Constructions in (Spoken) English: Apposition and Beyond. In 2012 Annual Proceedings, 2013.
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Diane Massam. Extra be: The syntax of shared shell-noun constructions in English. Language, 93(1): 121–152. March 2017.
Extra be: The syntax of shared shell-noun constructions in English [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
Diane Massam; and Erin Grant. Given two be’s, how do they Agree?. Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique, 59(3): 395–405. November 2014.
Given two be’s, how do they Agree? [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
Diane Massam. Thing is constructions: The thing is, is what's the right analysis?. English Language & Linguistics, 3(2): 335–352. November 1999.
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  McConvell, P. (1)
Patrick McConvell. To be or double be? Current changes in the English copula. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 8(2): 287–305. December 1988.
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  Michaelis, L. (3)
Elizabeth Coppock; Jason Brenier; Laura Staum; and Laura Michaelis. “The thing is, is” Is No Mere Disfluency. Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 32(1): 85–96. October 2006.
“The thing is, is” Is No Mere Disfluency [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
Jason Brenier; and Laura Michaelis. Optimization via Syntactic Amalgam: Syntax-Prosody Mismatch and Copula Doubling. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 1(1): 45–88. 2005.
link   bibtex  
Elizabeth Coppock; Jason Brenier; Laura Michaelis; and Laura Staum. ISIS: It's not a disfluency, but how do we know that?. 2006. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, Berkeley, CA.
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  O'Neill, T. (1)
Teresa O'Neill. Demystifying Double-is. . 2015. Talk handout, CUNY Graduate Center
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  Ross-Hagebaum, S. (1)
Sebastian Ross-Hagebaum. "And that's my big area of interest in linguistics is discourse" - the forms and functions of the English that's X is Y-construction. BLS, 30: 403–414. 2005.
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  Shapiro, M. (1)
Michael Shapiro; and Michael C. Haley. The Reduplicative Copula Is Is. American Speech, 77(3): 305–312. September 2002.
The Reduplicative Copula Is Is [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex  
  Staum, L. (3)
Elizabeth Coppock; Jason Brenier; Laura Staum; and Laura Michaelis. “The thing is, is” Is No Mere Disfluency. Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 32(1): 85–96. October 2006.
“The thing is, is” Is No Mere Disfluency [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
Elizabeth Coppock; and Laura Staum. Origin of the English double-is construction. 2004.
Origin of the English double-is construction [pdf]Paper   link   bibtex  
Elizabeth Coppock; Jason Brenier; Laura Michaelis; and Laura Staum. ISIS: It's not a disfluency, but how do we know that?. 2006. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, Berkeley, CA.
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  Tuggy, D. (1)
David Tuggy. The thing is is that people talk that way. The question is is why?. In Eugene H. Casad., editor(s), Cognitive linguistics in the Redwoods: The expansion of a new paradigm in linguistics, of Cognitive Linguistics Research, pages 713–752. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, 1996.
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  Zimmer, B. (1)
Ben Zimmer. Obama's "is is". October 2012.
Obama's "is is" [link]Paper   link   bibtex   abstract  
  Zwicky, A. (2)
Arnold Zwicky. Extris, extris. July 2006. NWAV abstract, Stanford University
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Arnold Zwicky. Extris, extris. March 2007. Paper presented at Stanford University
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