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Table of Contents: Volume 44, Issue 1 - Winter 2013
Syntactic Identity in Sluicing: How Much and Why Sandra Chung
Phonological Naturalness and Phonotactic Learning Bruce Hayes, James White
Voice and Ellipsis Jason Merchant
Stress Uniformity in Albanian: Morphological Arguments for Cyclicity Jochen Trommer
Squibs and Discussion
A New Argument for Verb-Stranding Verb Phrase Ellipsis Vera Gribanova
Raising from the Dead Keir Moulton
Visser’s Generalization: The Syntax of Control and the Passive Coppe van Urk