A paradigmatic approach to language and language change

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A paradigmatic approach to language and language change. / Schøsler, Lene.

I: Typological Studies in Language, 2011, s. 203-220.

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Schøsler, L. (2011). A paradigmatic approach to language and language change. Typological Studies in Language, 203-220.

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Schøsler L. A paradigmatic approach to language and language change. Typological Studies in Language. 2011;203-220.

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Schøsler, Lene. / A paradigmatic approach to language and language change. I: Typological Studies in Language. 2011 ; s. 203-220.

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