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  Butcher, P. (1)
Kirk Hazen; Paige Butcher; and Ashley King. Unvernacular Appalachia: an empirical perspective on West Virginia dialect variation. English Today, 26(04): 13–22. December 2010.
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  Carroll, S. (1)
Susanne Carroll. On FOR and the constituency of infinitives. Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics, 4. 1983.
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  Elgin, S. (1)
Suzette Haden Elgin; and Rebecca Haden. A celebration of Ozark English: A collection of articles from the Lonesome Node–1980 to 1990. OCLS Press, Huntsville, AR, 1991.
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  Haden, R. (1)
Suzette Haden Elgin; and Rebecca Haden. A celebration of Ozark English: A collection of articles from the Lonesome Node–1980 to 1990. OCLS Press, Huntsville, AR, 1991.
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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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  Hazen, K. (1)
Kirk Hazen; Paige Butcher; and Ashley King. Unvernacular Appalachia: an empirical perspective on West Virginia dialect variation. English Today, 26(04): 13–22. December 2010.
Unvernacular Appalachia: an empirical perspective on West Virginia dialect variation [link]Paper   doi   bibtex
  Hazout, I. (1)
Ilan Hazout. Long-Distance Agreement and the Syntax of for-to Infinitives. Linguistic Inquiry, 35(2): 338–343. April 2004.
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  Henry, A. (2)
Alison Henry. Infinitives in a for-to dialect. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 10(2): 279–301. May 1992.
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Alison Henry. Belfast English and standard English: Dialect variation and parameter setting. of Oxford studies in comparative syntaxOxford University Press, New York, 1995.
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  King, A. (1)
Kirk Hazen; Paige Butcher; and Ashley King. Unvernacular Appalachia: an empirical perspective on West Virginia dialect variation. English Today, 26(04): 13–22. December 2010.
Unvernacular Appalachia: an empirical perspective on West Virginia dialect variation [link]Paper   doi   bibtex
  Montgomery, M. (1)
Michael Montgomery; and Joseph S. Hall. Dictionary of Smoky Mountain English. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 2004.
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Edgar W. Schneider., editor. Varieties of English. Volume 2, The Americas and the Caribbean Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, 2008.
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