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01 Jan 1963-WORD
TL;DR: The authors discuss dialect mixture, obsolescence and replacement, and show a very keen concern with the social mechanism of linguistic change, and include pejorativeracial terms in their discussion of dialect mixture.
Abstract: graphyand settlementhistory of Texas.His inclusionof pejorativeracial terms is a very valuable contribution. His discussion of dialect mixture, obsolescenceand replacement, shows a very keen concern with the social mechanism of linguistic change. The many students of American English who will use these materials must feel a very real senseof obligation towards the author for these advances,as well as for his successin ■tting this very large piece of the American puzzle into place.

1,394 citations


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01 Jan 1963-WORD
TL;DR: The Position of Embedding Transformations in a Grammar as discussed by the authors was the first work to address the problem of embedding transformations in grammars, and it was published in 1963.
Abstract: (1963). The Position of Embedding Transformations in a Grammar. WORD: Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 208-231.

107 citations


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Dan I. Slobin1
01 Jan 1963-WORD

33 citations


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01 Jan 1963-WORD

28 citations


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01 Jan 1963-WORD

15 citations


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9 citations


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N. E. Collinge1
01 Jan 1963-WORD

9 citations




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