Volume 29 (2004): Language and Linguistics
AbstractARTICLESGRAHAM D. CAIE (University of Glasgow)"'I do not wish to be called auctour, but the pore compilatour': the Plight of the Medieval Vernacular Poet” TERESA FANEGO JOHN SIMPSON IRMA TAAVITSAINEN (University of Santiago de Compostela)“Is Cognitive Grammar a usage-based model? Towards a realistic account of English sentential complements” JOHN SIMPSON (Chief Editor, Oxford English Dictionary)“Will the Oxford English Dictionary be more 'European' after its first comprehensive revision since its first edition of 1884-1928?” IRMA TAAVITSAINEN (University of Helsinki)“Genres of Secular Instruction: A Linguistic History of Useful Entertainment”
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