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The purpose of this paper is to provide a detailed cross-linguistic analysis of so-called emphatic negative coordination (). This kind of clause linkage is illustrated by and in . On the basis of a 250-language sample, the paper lays out a new typology of meant to gain novel insights. It is shown that languages can combine types, and that contact and borrowing are relevant triggers for the emergence of this sort of clause linkage. The article also reveals that there is considerable variety in the etymological sources and grammaticalization paths of markers.

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Keywords: grammaticalization ; negation ; typology ; clause linkage ; language contact
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