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  Battistella, E. (2)
Edwin L. Battistella. The syntax of the double modal construction. Linguistica Atlantica, 17: 19 – 44. January 1995.
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Edwin L. Battistella. The treatment of negation in double modal constructions. Linguistic Analysis, 21(1-2): 49 – 65. January 1991.
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  Bernstein, C. (1)
Cynthia Bernstein. Grammatical features of southern speech: Yall, might could, and fixin to. In Stephen J. Nagle; and Sara L. Sanders., editor(s), English in the southern United States, of Studies in English Language, pages 106–118. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003.
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  Boertien, H. (2)
Harmon S. Boertien; and Sally Said. Syntactic variation in double modal dialects. The Journal of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest, 3(3): 210 – 222. July 1980.
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Harmon S. Boertien. Constituent structure of double modals. In Michael Montgomery; and Guy Bailey., editor(s), Language variety in the South: perspectives in Black and White, pages 294–318. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1986.
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  Brandstetter, C. (1)
Corinne Brandstetter. A study in syntactic variation: Double modal constructions. 2003.
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  Burg, E. (1)
Michael Walsh Dickey; Elissa Burg; Rachel Goldsborough; Mary Bridget Gurry; Jennifer Highsmith; and Kimberly Tester. A Midwestern double modal. In Akira Okrent; and John P. Boyle., editor(s), Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Regional Meeting, pages 207–221, Chicago, .
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  Butters, R. (1)
Ronald R. Butters. Acceptability judgements for double modals in Southern dialects. In Charles James Nice Bailey; and Roger W. Shuy., editor(s), New ways of analyzing variation in English, pages 276–286. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 1973.
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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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  Cohen, P. (1)
William Labov; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis. A study of the non-standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Vol. 1: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Technical Report CRP-3288, Columbia University, New York, 1968.
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  Coleman, W. (1)
William L. Coleman. Multiple modals in Southern States English. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Indiana, 1975.
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  Di Paolo, M. (3)
Marianna Di Paolo. A study of double modals in Texas English. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Texas, Austin, TX, 1986.
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Marianna Di Paolo; Charles McClenon; and Kenneth Ranson. A survey of double modals in Texas. In volume 13, pages 40–49, 1979.
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Marianna Di Paolo. Double modals as single lexical items. American Speech, 64(3): 195–224. 1989.
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  Dickey, M. (1)
Michael Walsh Dickey; Elissa Burg; Rachel Goldsborough; Mary Bridget Gurry; Jennifer Highsmith; and Kimberly Tester. A Midwestern double modal. In Akira Okrent; and John P. Boyle., editor(s), Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Regional Meeting, pages 207–221, Chicago, .
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  Dubinsky, S. (1)
Minta Elsman; and Stanley Dubinsky. Double modal syntactic patterns as single modal interactions. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 15(1): 75–83. 2009.
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  Ellison, G. (1)
Gregory Campbell Ellison. You might shouldn’t say that: The cartographic syntax of English multiple modal constructions and its (speculative) history. Generative Grammar in Geneva, 5: 51–106. 2007.
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  Elsman, M. (1)
Minta Elsman; and Stanley Dubinsky. Double modal syntactic patterns as single modal interactions. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 15(1): 75–83. 2009.
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  Feagin, C. (1)
Crawford Feagin. Variation and change in Alabama English: A sociolinguistic study of the White community. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 1979.
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  Fennell, B. (1)
Barbara A. Fennell. Evidence for British sources of double modal constructions in Southern American English. American Speech, 68(4): 430–437. 1993.
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  Gelderen, E. (1)
Elly van Gelderen. ASP(ect) in English modal complements. Studia Linguistica, 57(1): 27–43. April 2003.
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  Goldsborough, R. (1)
Michael Walsh Dickey; Elissa Burg; Rachel Goldsborough; Mary Bridget Gurry; Jennifer Highsmith; and Kimberly Tester. A Midwestern double modal. In Akira Okrent; and John P. Boyle., editor(s), Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Regional Meeting, pages 207–221, Chicago, .
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  Gurry, M. (1)
Michael Walsh Dickey; Elissa Burg; Rachel Goldsborough; Mary Bridget Gurry; Jennifer Highsmith; and Kimberly Tester. A Midwestern double modal. In Akira Okrent; and John P. Boyle., editor(s), Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Regional Meeting, pages 207–221, Chicago, .
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  Hasty, J. (2)
J. Daniel Hasty. We might should be thinking this way: Theory and practice in the study of syntactic variation. In Raffaella Zanuttini; and Laurence R. Horn., editor(s), Micro-syntactic variation in North American English, of Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax, pages 269–293. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014.
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J. Daniel Hasty. We might should oughta take a second look at this: A syntactic re-analysis of double modals in Southern United States English. Lingua, 122(14): 1716–1738. November 2012.
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  Highsmith, J. (1)
Michael Walsh Dickey; Elissa Burg; Rachel Goldsborough; Mary Bridget Gurry; Jennifer Highsmith; and Kimberly Tester. A Midwestern double modal. In Akira Okrent; and John P. Boyle., editor(s), Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Regional Meeting, pages 207–221, Chicago, .
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  Labov, W. (1)
William Labov; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis. A study of the non-standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Vol. 1: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Technical Report CRP-3288, Columbia University, New York, 1968.
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  Lewis, J. (1)
William Labov; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis. A study of the non-standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Vol. 1: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Technical Report CRP-3288, Columbia University, New York, 1968.
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  McClenon, C. (1)
Marianna Di Paolo; Charles McClenon; and Kenneth Ranson. A survey of double modals in Texas. In volume 13, pages 40–49, 1979.
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  McDavid, R. (1)
Raven Ioor McDavid; and Raymond K. O'Cain. Linguistic atlas of the Middle and South Atlantic states. of Linguistic atlas of the United States and CanadaUniv. of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1980. OCLC: 832316575
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  Mishoe, M. (1)
Margaret Mishoe; and Michael Montgomery. The pragmatics of multiple modal variation in North and South Carolina. American Speech, 69(1): 3–29. 1994.
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  Montgomery, M. (2)
Margaret Mishoe; and Michael Montgomery. The pragmatics of multiple modal variation in North and South Carolina. American Speech, 69(1): 3–29. 1994.
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Michael B. Montgomery; and Stephen J. Nagle. Double modals in Scotland and the southern United States: Trans-Atlantic inheritance or independent development?. Folia Linguistica Historica, 14(1-2): 91–108. 1993.
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  Nagle, S. (2)
Stephen J. Nagle. The English double modal conspiracy. Diachronica, 11(2): 199–212. January 1994.
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Michael B. Montgomery; and Stephen J. Nagle. Double modals in Scotland and the southern United States: Trans-Atlantic inheritance or independent development?. Folia Linguistica Historica, 14(1-2): 91–108. 1993.
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  Pampell, J. (1)
John R. Pampell. More on double modals. In volume 2, pages 110–121, 1975.
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  Ranson, K. (1)
Marianna Di Paolo; Charles McClenon; and Kenneth Ranson. A survey of double modals in Texas. In volume 13, pages 40–49, 1979.
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  Ray (1)
Raven Ioor McDavid; and Raymond K. O'Cain. Linguistic atlas of the Middle and South Atlantic states. of Linguistic atlas of the United States and CanadaUniv. of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1980. OCLC: 832316575
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  Robins, C. (1)
William Labov; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis. A study of the non-standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Vol. 1: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Technical Report CRP-3288, Columbia University, New York, 1968.
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  Said, S. (1)
Harmon S. Boertien; and Sally Said. Syntactic variation in double modal dialects. The Journal of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest, 3(3): 210 – 222. July 1980.
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  Tester, K. (1)
Michael Walsh Dickey; Elissa Burg; Rachel Goldsborough; Mary Bridget Gurry; Jennifer Highsmith; and Kimberly Tester. A Midwestern double modal. In Akira Okrent; and John P. Boyle., editor(s), Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Regional Meeting, pages 207–221, Chicago, .
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  Twiner, N. (1)
Nicholas Twiner. How might should we vary? Questions of Double Modal Constructions. In University of Glasgow, European Dialect Syntax Workshop, 2019.
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  Whitley, M. (1)
M. Stanley Whitley. Dialectal syntax: Plurals and modals in Southern American. Linguistics, 161(Oct 1): 89 – 108. October 1975.
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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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  undefined (1)
Lee Pederson; Susan Leas McDaniel; Guy Bailey; and Marvin Bassett., editors. Linguistic atlas of the Gulf States. University of Georgia Press, Athens, 1986.
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