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0000 0003 6728 2447
Name: 
Winford, D.
Winford, Donald
Dates: 
1945-...
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Bot, Kees de (1951-...)
Byrne, Francis
Conference on focus and grammatical relations in creole languages (10-05-1990 : Chicago)
De Bot, Kees
Edwards, Walter F. (1940-)
Isurin, Ludmila (19..-....))
Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics
Spears, Arthur K. (1943-)
Spears, Arthur Kean
Spears, Arthur Kean (1943-)
University of York
Titles: 
Concept of 'Diglossia' in Caribbean Creole Situations, The
Contact-induced changes : Classification and processes
Focus and grammatical relations in Creole languages
Ideologies of language and socially-realistic linguistics
Introduction to Contact Linguistics, An
Irrealis in Sranan: Mood and Modality in a Radical Creole
Language contact : Issues of classification and types of process
Multidisciplinary approaches to code switching
On the Origins of African American Vernacular English-A Creolist Perspective. Part 1: The Sociohistorical Background
On the origins of African American Vernacular English - A creolist perspective. Part 2: Linguistic Features
On the Origins of African American Vernacular English : A creolist perspective. Part I: The sociohistorical background
On the Origins of African American Vernacular English : A creolist perspective. Part II: Linguistic features
other Englishes: A Contact Linguistics perspective, The
Phonological variation in change in Trinidadian English, 1979:
Predication in Caribbean English creoles
problem of syntactic variation, The
Processes of Creole Formation and Related Contact-Induced Language Change
"Intermediate" Creoles and Degrees of Change in Creole Formation: The Case of Bajan
sociolinguistic description of two communities in Trinidad, A
Some Issues in the Study of Language Contact
Structure and Status of Pidgins and Creoles, The
Throwing the Baby out with the Bathwater?
Verb phrase patterns in Black English and Creole
Verb Phrase patterns in Black English and creoles
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DIACHRONICA -HILDESHEIM THEN AMSTERDAM-
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of York
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