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    Anthony Kroch (2001). Syntactic Change. In Mark Baltin & Chris Collins (eds.), The Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory. Blackwell 699--729.
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    Anthony Kroch, Was Old English a V2 Language?
    • Ann Taylor, Anthony Warner, Susan Pintzuk, and Frank Beths. York-Toronto-Helsinki Parsed Corpus of Old English Prose. Oxford Text Archive, first edition, 2003.
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    Anthony Kroch, Grammars and Populations.
    (3) a. Stijn-tje-se moeder kwam ons halen (Dutch child language: 6;7.14) Stijntje-se mother came us get (Stijntje is a girl’s name) Standard adult : Stijntjes moeder kwam ons halen b. Dit is wie-se? (Dutch child language: 6;3) This is whose? Standard adult: Van wie is dit? (4) a. vader-sen hond (dialect of Helmond) father-sen dog b. wie-se stoel (dialect of Helmond) who-se chair..
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    Anthony Kroch (1989). Language Learning and Language Change. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12 (2):348.
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  5. Anthony Kroch, Penn Parsed Corpora of Historical English.
    The University of Pennsylvania Linguistics Department is home of a long-running project to create syntactically annotated (parsed) corpora of historical English. The project is directed by Anthony Kroch, Professor of Linguistics, and the research associate in charge of corpus annotation is Dr. Beatrice Santorini. The Middle English corpus was constructed by Dr. Ann Taylor, now research associate in charge of corpus annotation at the University of York, England.
     
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