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Johanna Wood

Indefinite Determiner Doubling: Data and Methods

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Indefinite Determiner Doubling: Data and Methods. / Wood, Johanna; Vikner, Sten.

The Meaning of Language. ed. / Hans Götzsche. UK : Cambridge Scholars Press, 2018. p. 273-289.

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Harvard

Wood, J & Vikner, S 2018, Indefinite Determiner Doubling: Data and Methods. in H Götzsche (ed.), The Meaning of Language. Cambridge Scholars Press, UK, pp. 273-289. <http://www.hum.au.dk/engelsk/engsv/papers/wood18a.pdf>

APA

Wood, J., & Vikner, S. (2018). Indefinite Determiner Doubling: Data and Methods. In H. Götzsche (Ed.), The Meaning of Language (pp. 273-289). Cambridge Scholars Press. http://www.hum.au.dk/engelsk/engsv/papers/wood18a.pdf

CBE

Wood J, Vikner S. 2018. Indefinite Determiner Doubling: Data and Methods. Götzsche H, editor. In The Meaning of Language. UK: Cambridge Scholars Press. pp. 273-289.

MLA

Wood, Johanna and Sten Vikner "Indefinite Determiner Doubling: Data and Methods". Götzsche, Hans (ed.). The Meaning of Language. Chapter 16, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press. 2018, 273-289.

Vancouver

Wood J, Vikner S. Indefinite Determiner Doubling: Data and Methods. In Götzsche H, editor, The Meaning of Language. UK: Cambridge Scholars Press. 2018. p. 273-289

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Wood, Johanna ; Vikner, Sten. / Indefinite Determiner Doubling: Data and Methods. The Meaning of Language. editor / Hans Götzsche. UK : Cambridge Scholars Press, 2018. pp. 273-289

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