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|Abstract||An infinitival complement may have an overt nominative subject if the relevant features of a superordinate finite inflection are transmitted to that subject (say in the manner of long-distance Agree). The cross-linguistic variation in the availability of overt infinitival subjects has to do with variation in feature transmission|
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