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Title: Note from the Editors
Author: Catherine Ringen
Institution: University of Iowa
Author: Sten Vikner
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Institution: Aarhus University, Denmark
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Abstract: This is the first issue of volume 33 of the Nordic Journal of Linguistics. The NJL is the journal of the Nordic Association of Linguists. Individuals may subscribe to the Nordic Journal of Linguistics by joining the Nordic Association of Linguists. The NAL membership form can be found on the Cambridge University Press web site of the NJL, as well as on the NAL web site.

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