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Language Evolution: The Windows Approach addresses the question: "How can we unravel the evolution of language, given that there is no direct evidence about it?"
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(non)topicalizability of wh-phrases
(proto-)Altaic (*) -RA/RU
(textual) linguistics and hypertext
*Praeverbium* and "empty/
Paradowski, Michal B.
+wh in situ
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-ed participial adjectives
Elena Benson, Silvia
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/f/ to /theta/ Sound Changes
/l/-Palatalization in Complex Onsets
/m/, /b/ and /p/ interchangeability
/s/-Weakening in Spanish
11th Century North Indian Languages
Jagannath Knight, Amitha
16th-17th French Document
18th-century pronouncing dictionaries
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