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  Akmajian, A. (1)
Adrian Akmajian. Aspects of the grammar of focus in English. of Outstanding Dissertations in LinguisticsGarland, New York, 1979.
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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.
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  Caponigro, I. (1)
Ivano Caponigro; and Kathryn Davidson. Ask, and tell as well: Question–Answer Clauses in American Sign Language. Natural Language Semantics, 19(4): 323–371. May 2011.
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  Davidson, K. (1)
Ivano Caponigro; and Kathryn Davidson. Ask, and tell as well: Question–Answer Clauses in American Sign Language. Natural Language Semantics, 19(4): 323–371. May 2011.
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  Declerck, R. (1)
Renaat Declerck. Studies on copular sentences, clefts and pseudo-clefts. of Symbolae Facultatis Litterarum et Philosophiae Lovaniensis. Series C, LinguisticaLeuven University Press, Leuven, 1988.
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  Dikken, M. (2)
Marcel den Dikken; Andre Meinunger; and Chris Wilder. Pseudoclefts and ellipsis. Studia Linguistica, 54(1): 41. April 2000.
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Marcel den Dikken. Specificational copular sentences and pseudo-clefts. In Martin Everaert; and Henk Riemsdijk., editor(s), The Blackwell companion to syntax, volume 4, of Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics, pages 292–409. Blackwell, Malden, MA, 2006.
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  Faraci, R. (1)
Robert Faraci. On the deep question of pseudo-clefts. English Linguistics, 6: 48–85. 1971.
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  Higgins, F. (1)
Francis Roger Higgins. The pseudo-cleft construction in English. of Outstanding Dissertations in LinguisticsGarland, New York, 1979.
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  Lambrecht, K. (2)
Knud Lambrecht; and Sebastian Ross-Hagebaum. Apo koinou and intrusion: Toward a syntactic-pragmatic typology of amalgam constructions in spoken English. 2006. Paper presented at the 4th Workshop on Discourse Structure, UT Austin, March 3-5
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Knud Lambrecht. A framework for the analysis of cleft constructions. Linguistics, 39(3): 463. May 2001.
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  Mair, C. (1)
Christian Mair. Writing the corpus-based history of spoken English: The elusive past of a cleft construction. Language and Computers, 77(1): 11–29. June 2013.
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  Massam, D. (1)
Diane Massam. Intrusive be constructions in (spoken) English: Apposition and beyond. Canadian Linguistic Association (CLA),1–15. 2013.
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  McConvell, P. (1)
Patrick McConvell. Catastrophic change in current English: emergent double-be's and free-be's. June 2004. Seminar talk presented at the Centre for Research on Language Change at Australian National University.
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  Meinunger, A. (1)
Marcel den Dikken; Andre Meinunger; and Chris Wilder. Pseudoclefts and ellipsis. Studia Linguistica, 54(1): 41. April 2000.
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  O'Neill, T. (2)
Teresa O'Neill. Coordination in English copular amalgams. 2015.
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Teresa O'Neill. The domain of finiteness: Anchoring without tense in copular amalgam sentences. Ph.D. Thesis, CUNY, New York, 2015.
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  Ross, H. (1)
Haj Ross. The frozenness of pseudoclefts – Towards an inequality-based syntax. Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS), 36(1): 385–426. 2000.
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  Ross-Hagebaum, S. (2)
Knud Lambrecht; and Sebastian Ross-Hagebaum. Apo koinou and intrusion: Toward a syntactic-pragmatic typology of amalgam constructions in spoken English. 2006. Paper presented at the 4th Workshop on Discourse Structure, UT Austin, March 3-5
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Sebastian Ross-Hagebaum. The that’s X is Y construction as an information-structure amalgam. Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS), 30(1): 403–414. 2004.
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  Schlenker, P. (1)
Philippe Schlenker. Clausal equations (a note on the connectivity problem). Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 21(1): 157–214. 2003.
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  Wilder, C. (1)
Marcel den Dikken; Andre Meinunger; and Chris Wilder. Pseudoclefts and ellipsis. Studia Linguistica, 54(1): 41. April 2000.
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  Williams, E. (1)
Edwin Williams. Semantic vs. syntactic categories. Linguistics and Philosophy, 6(3): 423–446. 1983.
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  Zimmer, B. (1)
Ben Zimmer. Obama's "is is". October 2012.
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