pin: sigmap and hungarian

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Since the advent of Pollock 1989, functional projections have played an ever increasing role in syntactic analysis. […]

In this paper, I want to address the question of what justifies a functional projection more generally and question the status of NegP as a independent projection in particular. […]

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In WCCFL 11 Proceedings, Jonathan Mead (ed.), pp. 388–404. Stanford, CA: Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1993.

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pin: sigmap and hungarian
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christopher pin

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