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Current Issues in Linguistic Theory

This series provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of linguistic ideas of scholars who do not necessarily subscribe to the prevailing modes of thought in linguistic science. CILT is a theory-oriented series and is especially designed, by offering an alternative outlet for meaningful contributions to the current linguistic debate, to furnish the community of linguists the diversity of opinion which a healthy discipline must have.

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