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Altmann, Hans (1984) ‘Das System der enklitischen Personalpronomina in einer mittelbairischen Mundart.’ Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik 51(2). p. 191-211. [details]

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Anderson, Stephen R. (1988) ‘Morphological Change.’ In: Newmeyer, F. (ed.), Linguistics: The Cambridge Survey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 324-362. [details]

Anderson, Stephen R. (1992) ‘A-Morphous Morphology.’ Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]

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Ariel, Mira (2000) ‘The development of person agreement markers: from pronoun to higher accessibility markers.’ In: Kemmer, S. and Barlow, M. (eds.), Usage-based Models of Language. Stanford: CSLI. p. 197-261. [details]

Aronoff, Mark (1988) ‘Head operations and strata in reduplication: a linear treatment.’ Yearbook of Morphology 1988. p. 1-15. [details]

Aronoff, Mark (1994) ‘Morphology by itself: Stems and inflectional classes.’ Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [details]

Arregi, Karlos and Nevins, Andrew (2007) ‘Obliteration vs. Impoverishment in the Basque g-/z- constraint.’ In: Scheffler, Tatjana; Tauberer, Joshua; Eilam, Aviad and Mayol, Laia (eds.), The Proceedings of the Penn Linguistics Colloquium 30. U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 13.1. p. 1-14 (also available at [details]

Arsenault, Paul (2007) ‘Marking the unmarked: Exceptional patterns of syncretism in English and Hindi.’ In: Proceedings of the 2007 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association. [details]

Ashby, William (1977) ‘Clitic Inflection in French. An Historical Perspective.’ Amsterdam: Rodopi. [details]

Auger, Julie (1993) ‘More evidence for verbal agreement marking in Colloquial French.’ In: Ashby, W. J.; Mithun, M.; Perissinotto, G. and Raposo, E. (eds.), Linguistic Perspectives on the Romance Languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. p. 177-98. [details]

Auger, Julie (1994) ‘Pronominal Clitics in Quebec Colloquial French: A Morphological Analysis.’ University of Pennsylvania. [details]

Baerman, Matthew (2004) ‘Directionality and (un)natural classes in syncretism.’ Language 80. p. 807-827. [details]

Baerman, Matthew (2007) ‘Morphological reversals .’ Journal of Linguistics 43. p. 33-61. [details]

Baerman, Matthew (2010) ‘Defectiveness and homophony avoidance.’ Journal of Linguistics 46. p. 1-29. [details]

Baerman, Matthew; Corbett, Greville G. and Brown, Dunstan (eds.) (2010) ‘Defective Paradigms Missing Forms and What They Tell Us.’ Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]

Baerman, Matthew; Brown, Dunstan and Corbett, Greville (2005) ‘The syntax-morphology interface: a study of syncretism.’ Cambridge, MA.: Cambridge University Press. [details]

Baker, Mark (2006) ‘On Zero Agreement and Polysynthesis. (eds.).’ In: Ackema, Peter; Brandt, Patrick; Schoorlemmer, Maike and Weerman, Fred (eds.), Arguments and Agreement. Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 289-320. [details]

Bakovic, Eric and Keer, Eric (2001) ‘Optionality and Ineffability.’ In: Legendre, Géraldine; Grimshaw, Jane and Vikner, Sten (eds.), Optimality-Theoretic Syntax. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. p. 279--301. [details]

Baldi, Philip (1983) ‘On some recent claims in morphological theory.’ General Linguistics 23. p. 171-190. [details]

Bank, Sebastian (2008) ‘Kasus, Genus und Belebtheit im Wettbewerb: Synkretismus in der Deutschen Pronominalflexion.’ University of Cologne. [details]

Baronian, Luc V. (2005) ‘North of phonology.’ Linguistics Department, Stanford University. [details]

Bat-El, Outi (2010) ‘A gap in the feminine paradigm of Hebrew. A consequence of Identity Avoidance in the Suffix Domain.’ In: Modelling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory. Oxford: Equinox. [details]

Bátori, István (1990) ‘Die Markierung des Objekts am Verb im Mordwinischen: morphologische Unterbestimmtheit und Homophorphie.’ Nyelvtudományi Közlemények 91. p. 15-23. [details]

Bavin, Edith L. and Shopen, Tim (1987) ‘Innovations and neutralizations in the Warlpiri pronominal system.’ Journal of Linguistics 23. p. 149-175.. [details]

Bayer, Josef (1984) ‘COMP in Bavarian syntax.’ The Linguistic Review 3. p. 209-274. [details]

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