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  1. Forbes-Barnett, Marsha. 2018. Dual aspectual forms and event structure in Caribbean English Creoles ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Yakpo, Kofi. 2019. A grammar of Pichi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 23). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rehm, Georg, Daniel Stein, Felix Sasaki & Andreas Witt (eds.). 2016. Language technologies for a multilingual Europe ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Persohn, Bastian. 2017. The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Boeckx, Cedric. 2021. Reflections on language evolution: From minimalism to pluralism ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Schäfer, Martin. 2017. The semantic transparency of English compound nouns ( Morphological Investigations 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Bergmann, Pia. 2018. Morphologisch komplexe Wörter: Prosodische Struktur und phonetische Realisierung ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  12. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  13. Müller, Stefan. 2018. A lexicalist account of argument structure: Template-based phrasal LFG approaches and a lexical HPSG alternative ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  14. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  15. Delgado, Sally. 2018. Ship English: Sailors’ speech in the early colonial Caribbean ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  16. Stenzel, Kristine & Bruna Franchetto (eds.). 2017. On this and other worlds: Voices from Amazonia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  17. Seržant, Ilja A. & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). 2018. Diachrony of differential argument marking ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  18. Hölzl, Andreas. 2017. A typology of questions in Northeast Asia and beyond: An ecological perspective ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 20). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  19. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  20. Müller, Stefan. 2020. 语法理论: 从转换语法到基于约束的理论 ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  21. Sherriah, André. 2018. A tale of two dialect regions: Sranan's 17th-century English input ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  22. Svoboda, Tomáš, Łucja Biel & Krzysztof Łoboda (eds.). 2017. Quality aspects in institutional translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  23. Paggio, Patrizia & Albert Gatt (eds.). 2017. The languages of Malta ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  24. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  25. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  26. Watters, John R. (ed.). 2017. East Benue-Congo: Nouns, pronouns, and verbs ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  27. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2018. The numeral system of Proto-Niger-Congo: A step-by-step reconstruction ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  28. Clem, Emily, Peter Jenks & Hannah Sande (eds.). 2018. Theory and description in African Linguistics: Selected papers from the 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  29. Vandevoorde, Lore. 2020. Semantic differences in translation: Exploring the field of inchoativity ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  30. Nitzke, Jean. 2018. Problem solving activities in post-editing and translation from scratch: A multi-method study ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  31. Tilsen, Sam. 2019. Syntax with oscillators and energy levels ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  32. Riesberg, Sonja, Asako Shiohara & Atsuko Utsumi (eds.). 2018. Perspectives on information structure in Austronesian languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 21). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  33. Parmentier, Yannick & Jakub Waszczuk (eds.). 2019. Representation and parsing of multiword expressions: Current trends ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  34. Irvine-Sobers, G. Alison. 2018. The acrolect in Jamaica: The architecture of phonological variation ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  35. Markantonatou, Stella, Carlos Ramisch, Agata Savary & Veronika Vincze (eds.). 2018. Multiword expressions at length and in depth: Extended papers from the MWE 2017 workshop ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  36. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  37. Juskan, Marten. 2018. Sound change, priming, salience: Producing and perceiving variation in Liverpool English ( Language Variation 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  38. Döhler, Christian. 2018. A grammar of Komnzo ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  39. Unterladstetter, Volker. 2019. Multi-verb constructions in Eastern Indonesia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 28). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  40. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2019. Form and formalism in linguistics ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  41. Franco, Ludovico, Mihaela Marchis Moreno & Matthew Reeve (eds.). 2019. Agreement, case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains ( Open Generative Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  42. Guérin, Valérie (ed.). 2018. Bridging constructions ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 24). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  43. Bueno Holle, Juan José. 2019. Information structure in Isthmus Zapotec narrative and conversation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  44. Schmidtke-Bode, Karsten, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & Ilja Seržant (eds.). 2018. Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  45. Ben Hedia, Sonia. 2019. Gemination and degemination in English affixation: Investigating the interplay between morphology, phonology and phonetics ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  46. Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2019. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity I: General issues and specific studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 26). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  47. Daniel, Michael, Nina Dobrushina & Dmitry Ganenkov (eds.). 2018. The Mehweb language: Essays on phonology, morphology and syntax ( Languages of the Caucasus 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  48. Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Gyasi Obeng (eds.). 2018. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  49. Aguilar-Guevara, Ana, Julia Pozas Loyo & Violeta Vázquez-Rojas Maldonado (eds.). 2019. Definiteness across languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 25). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  50. Edwards, Owen. 2020. Metathesis and unmetathesis in Amarasi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 29). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  51. Dellert, Johannes. 2019. Information-theoretic causal inference of lexical flow ( Language Variation 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  52. Lucas, Christopher & Stefano Manfredi (eds.). 2019. Arabic and contact-induced change ( Contact and Multilingualism 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  53. Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2019. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity II: World-wide comparative studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 27). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  54. Schulte im Walde, Sabine & Eva Smolka (eds.). 2019. The role of constituents in multiword expressions: An interdisciplinary, cross-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  55. Ali, Mark, Scott Grimm & Adams Bodomo. 2021. A dictionary and grammatical sketch of Dagaare ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  56. Parikh, Prashant. 2019. Communication and content ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  57. Easterday, Shelece. 2019. Highly complex syllable structure: A typological and diachronic study ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  58. Morley, Rebecca L.. 2019. Sound structure and sound change: A modeling approach ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  59. Gergel, Remus & Jonathan Watkins (eds.). 2019. Quantification and scales in change ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  60. Smith, Peter W., Johannes Mursell & Katharina Hartmann (eds.). 2020. Agree to Agree: Agreement in the Minimalist Programme ( Open Generative Syntax 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  61. Bross, Fabian. 2019. The clausal syntax of German Sign Language: A cartographic approach ( Open Generative Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  62. Pineda, Anna & Jaume Mateu (eds.). 2020. Dative constructions in Romance and beyond ( Open Generative Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  63. Marušič, Franc, Petra Mišmaš & Rok Žaucer (eds.). 2019. Advances in formal Slavic linguistics 2017 ( Open Slavic Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  64. Bergqvist, Henrik & Seppo Kittilä (eds.). 2019. Evidentiality, egophoricity and engagement ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 30). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  65. Crysmann, Berthold & Manfred Sailer (eds.). 2021. One-to-many-relations in morphology, syntax, and semantics ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  66. Floyd, Simeon, Giovanni Rossi, N. J. Enfield, Kobin H. Kendrick, Joe Blythe, Jörg Zinken, Julija Baranova & Mark Dingemanse. 2020. Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 31). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  67. Saturno, Jacopo. 2020. Utterance structure in initial L2 acquisition ( EuroSLA Studies 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  68. Bardel, Camilla & Laura Sánchez (eds.). 2020. Third language acquisition: Age, proficiency and multilingualism ( EuroSLA Studies 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  69. Wackernagel, Jacob, George Walkden, Christina Sevdali & Morgan Macleod. 2020. On a law of Indo-European word order: Über ein Gesetz der indogermanischen Wortstellung ( Classics in Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  70. Kastner, Itamar. 2020. Voice at the interfaces: The syntax, semantics, and morphology of the Hebrew verb ( Open Generative Syntax 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  71. Asoulin, Eran. 2020. Language and scientific explanation: Where does semantics fit in? ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  72. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  73. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences II: Between syntax and morphology ( Open Generative Syntax 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  74. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2021. Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  75. Edmonds, Amanda, Pascale Leclercq & Aarnes Gudmestad (eds.). 2020. Interpreting language-learning data ( EuroSLA Studies 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  76. Roessig, Simon. 2021. Categoriality and continuity in prosodic prominence ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  77. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  78. Balogh, Kata, Anja Latrouite & Robert D. Van Valin (eds.). 2020. Nominal anchoring: Specificity, definiteness and article systems across languages ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  79. Aussant, Émilie & Jean-Michel Fortis (eds.). 2020. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  80. Tra&Co Group, ᠎ (ed.). 2021. Translation, interpreting, cognition: The way out of the box ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  81. Hakimov, Nikolay. 2021. Explaining Russian-German code-mixing: A usage-based approach ( Contact and Multilingualism 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  82. Pinto, Jorge & Nélia Alexandre (eds.). 2021. Multilingualism and third language acquisition: Learning and teaching trends ( Contact and Multilingualism 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  83. Akinlabi, Akinbiyi, Lee Bickmore, Michael Cahill, Michael Diercks, Laura J Downing, James Essegbey, Katie Franich, Laura McPherson & Sharon Rose (eds.). 2021. Celebrating 50 years of ACAL: Selected papers from the 50th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  84. Jacques, Guillaume. 2021. A grammar of Japhug ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  85. Bisiada, Mario (ed.). 2021. Empirical studies in translation and discourse ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 14). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  86. Grimm, Nadine. 2021. A grammar of Gyeli ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  87. Shim, Ji Young. 2021. OV and VO variation in code-switching ( Current Issues in Bilingualism 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  88. Migge, Bettina & Shelome Gooden (eds.). 2022. Social and structural aspects of language contact and change ( Contact and Multilingualism 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  89. Tahmasebi, Nina, Lars Borin, Adam Jatowt, Yang Xu & Simon Hengchen (eds.). 2021. Computational approaches to semantic change ( Language Variation 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  90. Trklja, Aleksandar & Łukasz Grabowski (eds.). 2021. Formulaic language: Theories and methods ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  91. Zimmer, Christian (ed.). 2021. German(ic) in language contact: Grammatical and sociolinguistic dynamics ( Language Variation 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  92. Sibanda, Galen, Deo Ngonyani, Jonathan Choti & Ann Biersteker (eds.). 2022. Descriptive and theoretical approaches to African linguistics: Selected papers from the 49th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  93. Maurer-Cecchini, Philippe. 2021. A grammar of Tuatschin: A Sursilvan Romansh dialect ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  94. McElvenny, James & Andrea Ploder (eds.). 2021. Holisms of communication: The early history of audio-visual sequence analysis ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  95. Berthele, Raphael & Isabelle Udry (eds.). 2021. Individual differences in early instructed language learning: The role of language aptitude, cognition, and motivation ( EuroSLA Studies 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  96. Bahrt, Nicklas N.. 2021. Voice syncretism ( Research on Comparative Grammar 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  97. Diewald, Gabriele & Katja Politt (eds.). 2022. Paradigms regained: Theoretical and empirical arguments for the reassessment of the notion of paradigm ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  98. Nitzke, Jean & Silvia Hansen-Schirra. 2021. A short guide to post-editing ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 16). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  99. Archangeli, Diana & Douglas Pulleyblank. 2022. Emergent phonology ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  100. Lemke, Robin. 2021. Experimental investigations on the syntax and usage of fragments ( Open Germanic Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  101. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2022. Proto-Fula–Sereer: Lexicon, morphophonology, and noun classes ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  102. Namyalo, Saudah, Alena Witzlack-Makarevich, Anatole Kiriggwajjo, Amos Atuhairwe, Zarina Molochieva, Ruth Gimbo Mukama & Margaret Zellers. 2021. A dictionary and grammatical sketch of Ruruuli-Lunyala ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  103. Larsson, Ida & Erik M. Petzell (eds.). 2021. Morphosyntactic change in Late Modern Swedish ( Open Germanic Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  104. Hall, Tracy Alan. 2022. Velar fronting in German dialects: A study in synchronic and diachronic phonology ( Open Germanic Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  105. Rodríguez González, Eva & Rosita L. Rivera (eds.). 2022. Language assessment in multilingual settings: Innovative practices across formal and informal environments ( Current Issues in Bilingualism 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  106. Lund, Kristine, Pierluigi Basso Fossali , Audrey Mazur & Magali Ollagnier-Beldame (eds.). 2022. Language is a complex adaptive system: Explorations and evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  107. Kolaković, Zrinka, Edyta Jurkiewicz-Rohrbacher, Björn Hansen, Dušica Filipović Đurđević & Nataša Fritz. 2022. Clitics in the wild : Empirical studies on the microvariation of the pronominal, reflexive and verbal clitics in Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian. ( Open Slavic Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  108. Paulsen, Ingrid. 2022. The emergence of American English as a discursive variety : Tracing enregisterment processes in nineteenth-century U.S. newspapers ( Language Variation 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  109. Kenny, Dorothy (ed.). 2022. Machine translation for everyone: Empowering users in the age of artificial intelligence ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 18). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  110. Visser, Eline. 2022. A grammar of Kalamang ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  111. Hejná, Míša & George Walkden. 2022. A history of English ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  112. Kocher, Anna. 2022. Complementizers on edge: On the boundaries between syntax and pragmatics in Ibero-Romance ( Open Romance Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  113. Gunnink, Hilde. 2022. A grammar of Fwe ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  114. Hölzl, Andreas & Thomas E. Payne (eds.). 2022. Tungusic languages: Past and present ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 32). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  115. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2022. Interviews in the history of linguistics: Volume I ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Forbes-Barnett, Marsha. 2018. Dual aspectual forms and event structure in Caribbean English Creoles ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Czulo, Oliver & Silvia Hansen-Schirra (eds.). 2017. Crossroads between contrastive linguistics, translation studies and machine translation: TC3-II ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. , . 2017. Sprachliche Imitation: Jiddisch in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (18.-20. Jahrhundert) ( Language Variation 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  12. Gutman, Ariel. 2018. Attributive constructions in North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  13. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  14. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  15. , . 2017. Absolute Komplexität in der Nominalflexion: Althochdeutsch, Mittelhochdeutsch, Alemannisch und deutsche Standardsprache ( Morphological Investigations 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  16. Persohn, Bastian. 2017. The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  17. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  18. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  19. Bisang, Walter & Andrej Malchukov (eds.). 2017. Unity and diversity in grammaticalization scenarios ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 16). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  20. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  21. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  22. Delgado, Sally. 2018. Ship English: Sailors’ speech in the early colonial Caribbean ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  23. Stenzel, Kristine & Bruna Franchetto (eds.). 2017. On this and other worlds: Voices from Amazonia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  24. Nakagawa, Natsuko. 2017. Information structure in spoken Japanese: Particles, word order, and intonation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  25. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  26. Watters, John R. (ed.). 2017. East Benue-Congo: Nouns, pronouns, and verbs ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  27. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2018. The numeral system of Proto-Niger-Congo: A step-by-step reconstruction ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  28. Clem, Emily, Peter Jenks & Hannah Sande (eds.). 2018. Theory and description in African Linguistics: Selected papers from the 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  29. Vandevoorde, Lore. 2020. Semantic differences in translation: Exploring the field of inchoativity ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  30. Parmentier, Yannick & Jakub Waszczuk (eds.). 2019. Representation and parsing of multiword expressions: Current trends ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  31. Irvine-Sobers, G. Alison. 2018. The acrolect in Jamaica: The architecture of phonological variation ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  32. Markantonatou, Stella, Carlos Ramisch, Agata Savary & Veronika Vincze (eds.). 2018. Multiword expressions at length and in depth: Extended papers from the MWE 2017 workshop ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  33. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  34. Unterladstetter, Volker. 2019. Multi-verb constructions in Eastern Indonesia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 28). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  35. Ben Hedia, Sonia. 2019. Gemination and degemination in English affixation: Investigating the interplay between morphology, phonology and phonetics ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  36. Daniel, Michael, Nina Dobrushina & Dmitry Ganenkov (eds.). 2018. The Mehweb language: Essays on phonology, morphology and syntax ( Languages of the Caucasus 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  37. Flick, Johanna. 2020. Die Entwicklung des Definitartikels im Althochdeutschen: Eine kognitiv-linguistische Korpusuntersuchung ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  38. Lucas, Christopher & Stefano Manfredi (eds.). 2019. Arabic and contact-induced change ( Contact and Multilingualism 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  39. Schulte im Walde, Sabine & Eva Smolka (eds.). 2019. The role of constituents in multiword expressions: An interdisciplinary, cross-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  40. Ali, Mark, Scott Grimm & Adams Bodomo. 2021. A dictionary and grammatical sketch of Dagaare ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  41. Easterday, Shelece. 2019. Highly complex syllable structure: A typological and diachronic study ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  42. Morley, Rebecca L.. 2019. Sound structure and sound change: A modeling approach ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  43. Gergel, Remus & Jonathan Watkins (eds.). 2019. Quantification and scales in change ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  44. Van Rooy, Raf. 2020. Greece’s labyrinth of language: A study in the early modern discovery of dialect diversity ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  45. Bross, Fabian. 2019. The clausal syntax of German Sign Language: A cartographic approach ( Open Generative Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  46. Pineda, Anna & Jaume Mateu (eds.). 2020. Dative constructions in Romance and beyond ( Open Generative Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  47. Floyd, Simeon, Giovanni Rossi, N. J. Enfield, Kobin H. Kendrick, Joe Blythe, Jörg Zinken, Julija Baranova & Mark Dingemanse. 2020. Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 31). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  48. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  49. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences II: Between syntax and morphology ( Open Generative Syntax 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  50. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2021. Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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  7. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2019. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity I: General issues and specific studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 26). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Floyd, Simeon, Giovanni Rossi, N. J. Enfield, Kobin H. Kendrick, Joe Blythe, Jörg Zinken, Julija Baranova & Mark Dingemanse. 2020. Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 31). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Gyasi Obeng (eds.). 2018. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bardel, Camilla & Laura Sánchez (eds.). 2020. Third language acquisition: Age, proficiency and multilingualism ( EuroSLA Studies 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Edmonds, Amanda, Pascale Leclercq & Aarnes Gudmestad (eds.). 2020. Interpreting language-learning data ( EuroSLA Studies 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Pinto, Jorge & Nélia Alexandre (eds.). 2021. Multilingualism and third language acquisition: Learning and teaching trends ( Contact and Multilingualism 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Sibanda, Galen, Deo Ngonyani, Jonathan Choti & Ann Biersteker (eds.). 2022. Descriptive and theoretical approaches to African linguistics: Selected papers from the 49th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Archangeli, Diana & Douglas Pulleyblank. 2022. Emergent phonology ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Rehm, Georg, Daniel Stein, Felix Sasaki & Andreas Witt (eds.). 2016. Language technologies for a multilingual Europe ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Nitzke, Jean. 2018. Problem solving activities in post-editing and translation from scratch: A multi-method study ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Asoulin, Eran. 2020. Language and scientific explanation: Where does semantics fit in? ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Bisang, Walter & Andrej Malchukov (eds.). 2017. Unity and diversity in grammaticalization scenarios ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 16). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Seržant, Ilja A. & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). 2018. Diachrony of differential argument marking ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Watters, John R. (ed.). 2017. East Benue-Congo: Nouns, pronouns, and verbs ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Schmidtke-Bode, Karsten, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & Ilja Seržant (eds.). 2018. Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rehm, Georg, Daniel Stein, Felix Sasaki & Andreas Witt (eds.). 2016. Language technologies for a multilingual Europe ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Tilsen, Sam. 2019. Syntax with oscillators and energy levels ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Dellert, Johannes. 2019. Information-theoretic causal inference of lexical flow ( Language Variation 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Morley, Rebecca L.. 2019. Sound structure and sound change: A modeling approach ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hall, Tracy Alan. 2022. Velar fronting in German dialects: A study in synchronic and diachronic phonology ( Open Germanic Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Lund, Kristine, Pierluigi Basso Fossali , Audrey Mazur & Magali Ollagnier-Beldame (eds.). 2022. Language is a complex adaptive system: Explorations and evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kajzer-Wietrzny, Marta, Adriano Ferraresi, Ilmari Ivaska & Silvia Bernardini (eds.). 2022. Mediated discourse at the European Parliament: Empirical investigations ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Kocher, Anna. 2022. Complementizers on edge: On the boundaries between syntax and pragmatics in Ibero-Romance ( Open Romance Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Gunnink, Hilde. 2022. A grammar of Fwe ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Hölzl, Andreas & Thomas E. Payne (eds.). 2022. Tungusic languages: Past and present ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 32). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2022. Interviews in the history of linguistics: Volume I ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Sheehan, Michelle & Laura R. Bailey (eds.). 2017. Order and structure in syntax II: Subjecthood and argument structure ( Open Generative Syntax 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Roettger, Timo B.. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Bueno Holle, Juan José. 2019. Information structure in Isthmus Zapotec narrative and conversation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Gyasi Obeng (eds.). 2018. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Persohn, Bastian. 2017. The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Svoboda, Tomáš, Łucja Biel & Krzysztof Łoboda (eds.). 2017. Quality aspects in institutional translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Nitzke, Jean. 2018. Problem solving activities in post-editing and translation from scratch: A multi-method study ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Tra&Co Group, ᠎ (ed.). 2021. Translation, interpreting, cognition: The way out of the box ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Rodríguez González, Eva & Rosita L. Rivera (eds.). 2022. Language assessment in multilingual settings: Innovative practices across formal and informal environments ( Current Issues in Bilingualism 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Forbes-Barnett, Marsha. 2018. Dual aspectual forms and event structure in Caribbean English Creoles ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Paggio, Patrizia & Albert Gatt (eds.). 2017. The languages of Malta ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Morley, Rebecca L.. 2019. Sound structure and sound change: A modeling approach ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Asoulin, Eran. 2020. Language and scientific explanation: Where does semantics fit in? ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Clem, Emily, Peter Jenks & Hannah Sande (eds.). 2018. Theory and description in African Linguistics: Selected papers from the 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Schmidtke-Bode, Karsten, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & Ilja Seržant (eds.). 2018. Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bailey, Laura R. & Michelle Sheehan (eds.). 2017. Order and structure in syntax I: Word order and syntactic structure ( Open Generative Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Ben Hedia, Sonia. 2019. Gemination and degemination in English affixation: Investigating the interplay between morphology, phonology and phonetics ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Pineda, Anna & Jaume Mateu (eds.). 2020. Dative constructions in Romance and beyond ( Open Generative Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Kastner, Itamar. 2020. Voice at the interfaces: The syntax, semantics, and morphology of the Hebrew verb ( Open Generative Syntax 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Berthele, Raphael & Isabelle Udry (eds.). 2021. Individual differences in early instructed language learning: The role of language aptitude, cognition, and motivation ( EuroSLA Studies 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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  1. Rehm, Georg, Daniel Stein, Felix Sasaki & Andreas Witt (eds.). 2016. Language technologies for a multilingual Europe ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Persohn, Bastian. 2017. The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Seržant, Ilja A. & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). 2018. Diachrony of differential argument marking ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2018. The numeral system of Proto-Niger-Congo: A step-by-step reconstruction ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Nitzke, Jean. 2018. Problem solving activities in post-editing and translation from scratch: A multi-method study ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Irvine-Sobers, G. Alison. 2018. The acrolect in Jamaica: The architecture of phonological variation ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Bergmann, Pia. 2018. Morphologisch komplexe Wörter: Prosodische Struktur und phonetische Realisierung ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Persohn, Bastian. 2017. The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Bailey, Laura R. & Michelle Sheehan (eds.). 2017. Order and structure in syntax I: Word order and syntactic structure ( Open Generative Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Enfield, N.J.. 2014. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2014. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Roettger, Timo B.. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Döhler, Christian. 2018. A grammar of Komnzo ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Bueno Holle, Juan José. 2019. Information structure in Isthmus Zapotec narrative and conversation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Morley, Rebecca L.. 2019. Sound structure and sound change: A modeling approach ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Drager, Katie K.. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Roettger, Timo B.. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Bailey, Laura R. & Michelle Sheehan (eds.). 2017. Order and structure in syntax I: Word order and syntactic structure ( Open Generative Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bergmann, Pia. 2018. Morphologisch komplexe Wörter: Prosodische Struktur und phonetische Realisierung ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Nakagawa, Natsuko. 2017. Information structure in spoken Japanese: Particles, word order, and intonation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Edmonds, Amanda, Pascale Leclercq & Aarnes Gudmestad (eds.). 2020. Interpreting language-learning data ( EuroSLA Studies 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Berthele, Raphael & Isabelle Udry (eds.). 2021. Individual differences in early instructed language learning: The role of language aptitude, cognition, and motivation ( EuroSLA Studies 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Rehm, Georg, Daniel Stein, Felix Sasaki & Andreas Witt (eds.). 2016. Language technologies for a multilingual Europe ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Roettger, Timo B.. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Bisang, Walter & Andrej Malchukov (eds.). 2017. Unity and diversity in grammaticalization scenarios ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 16). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Sherriah, André. 2018. A tale of two dialect regions: Sranan's 17th-century English input ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Forbes-Barnett, Marsha. 2018. Dual aspectual forms and event structure in Caribbean English Creoles ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Yakpo, Kofi. 2019. A grammar of Pichi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 23). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Riesberg, Sonja, Asako Shiohara & Atsuko Utsumi (eds.). 2018. Perspectives on information structure in Austronesian languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 21). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Juskan, Marten. 2018. Sound change, priming, salience: Producing and perceiving variation in Liverpool English ( Language Variation 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Döhler, Christian. 2018. A grammar of Komnzo ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bailey, Laura R. & Michelle Sheehan (eds.). 2017. Order and structure in syntax I: Word order and syntactic structure ( Open Generative Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Seržant, Ilja A. & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). 2018. Diachrony of differential argument marking ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Unterladstetter, Volker. 2019. Multi-verb constructions in Eastern Indonesia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 28). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Lucas, Christopher & Stefano Manfredi (eds.). 2019. Arabic and contact-induced change ( Contact and Multilingualism 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Kastner, Itamar. 2020. Voice at the interfaces: The syntax, semantics, and morphology of the Hebrew verb ( Open Generative Syntax 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Lichte, Timm. 2015. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Drager, Katie K.. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Shimelman, Aviva. 2017. A grammar of Yauyos Quechua ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Grimm, Nadine. 2021. A grammar of Gyeli ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Trklja, Aleksandar & Łukasz Grabowski (eds.). 2021. Formulaic language: Theories and methods ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Zimmer, Christian (ed.). 2021. German(ic) in language contact: Grammatical and sociolinguistic dynamics ( Language Variation 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Visser, Eline. 2022. A grammar of Kalamang ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Hejná, Míša & George Walkden. 2022. A history of English ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2022. Interviews in the history of linguistics: Volume I ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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    Felix Anker
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    Bronze Typesetter
    Hing Yuet Fung
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    Bronze Typesetter
    Olivier Bonami
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    Jonathan Brindle
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    Aaron Huey Sonnenschein
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    Beatriz Sánchez Cárdenas
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    Anna Belew
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    Carl Börstell
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    Alexis Pierrard
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    Daniil Bondarenko
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    Jeannet Stephen
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    Adam James Ross Tallman
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    Liubov Baladzhaeva
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    Henrik Liljegren
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    Radek Šimík
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    Joseph Lovestrand
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    Katie Drager
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    Fabian Bross
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    Lynell Marchese Zogbo
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    Kent Rasmussen
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    Selçuk Eryatmaz
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    Shannon Bischoff
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    Aysel Saricaoglu
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    Ineke Vedder
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    Ivan Salgado
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    Hugh Paterson III
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    Remi van Trijp
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    Jaime Peña
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    Michael Spranger
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    Paul Vogt
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    Nicholas Williams
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    Simon Cozens
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    James Tauber
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    Wataru Okubo
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    Redmer Kronemeijer
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    Dietha Koster
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    Marina Frank
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    Gizem Mutlu-Gülbak
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    Yannick Parmentier
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    Eliane Lorenz
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    Rowena Kasprowicz
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    Fatma Bouhlal
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    Caitlin Gaffney
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    Matías Guzmán Naranjo
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    Luzia Sauer
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    Charles Lam
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    JOHANNA MONTI
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    Umesh Patil
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    Troy E. Spier
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    Sebastian Fedden
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    Karolina Grzech
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    Daniel Wilson
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    Andriana Koumbarou
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    Jackie Lai
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    Samuel Andersson
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    Jessica Brown
  • 88.
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    Francineide Davies dos Santos
  • 88.
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    Matthew Loder
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    Alexia Zandra Fawcett
  • 88.
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    Ksenia Shagal
  • 88.
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    Lisa Schäfer
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    Kristin Kopf
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    Laurentia Schreiber
  • 88.
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    Russell Barlow
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    James Gray
  • 88.
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    Frances Vandervoort
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    Kalen Chang
  • 88.
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    Francesco Screti
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    Felipe Neis Araujo
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    Matthew Windsor
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    Leonie Regina Twente
  • 88.
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    Dora Uštulica
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    Fahad Almalki
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    William Salmon
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    Bonny Sands
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    Marc Tang
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    Carlos Ramisch
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    Philip Duncan
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    Jessica Brown
  • 88.
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    Diana Schackow
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    Roland Schäfer
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    Havenol M. Schrenk
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    Nerida Jarkey
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    Stephen Jones
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    Gereon Kaiping
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    Nick Enfield
  • 88.
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    Francesco Cangemi
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    Melanie Green
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    Sreekar Raghotham
  • 88.
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    Sauvane AGNÈS
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    Sophie Ellsäßer
  • 88.
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    Joshua Karl Wilbur
  • 88.
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    Alys Boote Cooper
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    Josh Phillips
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    Corinna Handschuh
  • 88.
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    Sarah Babinski
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    Stefan Schnell
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    Ryan Kasak
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    Alexander Rice
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    Trinka D'Cunha
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    Stephanie Natolo
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    Plinio Barbosa
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    Bronze Proofreader
    Kristina Pelikan
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    João Veloso
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    Slavomír Čéplö
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    Claudio Iacobini
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    Winfried Lechner
  • 88.
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    Anca Gata
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    Michael Marlo
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    Rosey Billington