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  Bernstein, J. (1)
Judy B Bernstein. Demonstrative surprises!. ,9. 2002.
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  Bruge, L. (1)
Laura Bruge; and Giuliana Giusti. On Demonstratives. ,3. .
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  Giusti, G. (1)
Laura Bruge; and Giuliana Giusti. On Demonstratives. ,3. .
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  Green, L. (1)
Lisa J. Green. African American English: A Linguistic Introduction. Cambridge University Press, August 2002.
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  Hall, J. (1)
Michael Montgomery; and Joseph S. Hall. Dictionary of Smoky Mountain English. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 2004.
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  Hamilton, S. (1)
Kirk Hazen; Sarah Hamilton; and Sarah Vacovsky. The fall of demonstrative them: Evidence from Appalachia.
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  Hazen, K. (1)
Kirk Hazen; Sarah Hamilton; and Sarah Vacovsky. The fall of demonstrative them: Evidence from Appalachia.
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  Montgomery, M. (2)
Michael Montgomery. The Roots of Appalachian English: Scotch-Irish or British Southern?. Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association, 3: 177–191. 1991.
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Michael Montgomery; and Joseph S. Hall. Dictionary of Smoky Mountain English. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 2004.
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  Tortora, C. (1)
Christina Tortora; and Marcel Dikken. Subject agreement variation: Support for the configurational approach. Lingua, 120(5): 1089–1108. May 2010.
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  Vacovsky, S. (1)
Kirk Hazen; Sarah Hamilton; and Sarah Vacovsky. The fall of demonstrative them: Evidence from Appalachia.
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  den Dikken, M. (1)
Christina Tortora; and Marcel Dikken. Subject agreement variation: Support for the configurational approach. Lingua, 120(5): 1089–1108. May 2010.
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. them, pron., adj., and n.
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