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Andrew Carnie
Andrew Carnie (Canadees antropoloog)
Andrew Carnie (Canadian professor of linguistics)
Andrew Carnie not life
Anndra Mac a' Cheàrnaigh
Carnie, A.
Carnie, Andrew,
Carnie, Andrew H.
Carnie, Andrew Hay
앤드루 카니
Dates: 
1969-
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Bures, Tony
Dooley-Collberg, Shiela Ann
Dooley, Sheila Ann
ebrary, Inc
Guilfoyle, Eithne
Harley, Heidi
Jelinek, Eloise
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy
McCloskey, James
Oxford University Press
Sato, Yosuke (1978-)
Siddiqi, Daniel
University of Arizona Affiliation (see also from)
Willie, MaryAnn
Titles: 
Argument Hierarchies and the Mapping Principle
Constituent structure
Existential Impersonals
Formal approaches to celtic linguistics
Formal approaches to function in grammar in honor of Eloise Jelinek
Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory, The
Introduction: Formalizing Functionalism
Irish nouns : a reference guide
Issues in the structure of Arabic clauses and words
Modern Irish: A Case Study in Language Revival Failure
Modern syntax : a coursebook
Nominal Predicates and Absolutive Case Marking in Irish
Non-verbal predication and head-movement
Nonverbal predication and head movement
Note on Diphthongization before Tense Sonorants in Irish: An Articulatory Explanation, A
On the Definition of X0 and XP
Oxford Handbook of Comparative Syntax, The
Papers on phonology and morphology, 1994:
Particles and projections in Irish syntax
Phase-Geometric Approach to Multiple Marking Systems, A
Pronouns, presuppositions, and hierarchies : the work of Eloise Jelinek in context
Reverse Dictionary of Modern Irish (Doyle and Gussmann), A
Review Article: Functionalism Is/n't Formalism: An Interactive Review of Darnell et al. (1999)
Routledge handbook of syntax, The
Shifting Objects and Procrastinating Subjects
Syntax A Generative Introduction
syntax workbook a companion to Carnie's syntax, The
Two Types of Non-Verbal Predication in Modern Irish
Verb first : on the syntax of verb-initial languages
WCCFL 18 proceedings of the 18th West Coast conference on formal linguistics : [held at the University of Arizona, in Tucson, 1999]
Whence Sonority? Evidence from Epenthesis in Modern Irish
Contributed to or performed: 
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS
Notes: 
Facsimile of thesis, 2 pages per page
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy, 1995
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