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Studies in Formal Slavic Linguistics

Contributions from Formal Description of Slavic Languages 6.5- Held at the University of Nova Gorica, December 1-3, 2006

Series:

Franc Lanko Marusic and Rok Zaucer

Contents: Željko Bošković: On Two Types of Negative Constituents and Negative Concord – Carlos de Cuba/Ivana Mitrović: Restrictions on WH-Adjunct Movement in Serbian – Bartłomiej Czaplicki: Decomposition of Nasal Vowels in Polish – Věra Dvořáková-Procházková: Argument Structure of Czech Event Nominals – Alja Ferme: Morphological Complexity and Obstruent Devoicing in Slovene – Steven Franks: Deriving Discontinuity – Atle Grønn: Russian Aspect as Bidirectional Optimization – Natalia Ivlieva/Alexander Podobryaev: Bound to be Bound: on Certain Similarities between Pronominal and Anaphor Binding – Vesselina Laskova: Double Definiteness Constructions in Colloquial Bulgarian – Markéta Lopatková/Martin Plátek/Petr Sgall: Functional Generative Description, Restarting Automata and Analysis by Reduction – Tatjana Marvin: The Interaction between Stress, Syntax and Meaning in Slovenian Priscianic Formations – Ora Matushansky: The Case of Predication – Lucie Medová: Reflexive Clitics, Movement and Layered Case – Anna Pazelskaya: Argument Structure in Russian Deverbal Nouns in -nie – María Luisa Rivero/Milena Milojević Sheppard: Revisiting Involuntary State Constructions in Slovenian – Peter Staroverov: Type-Shifting and Lexical Semantics in the Interpretation of Russian Conjoined Relational Nouns – Igor Yanovich: Ordinary Property and Identifying Property WH-Words: Two kakoj-s in Russian – Markéta Ziková: Why are Case Markers in the Czech Nominal Declension not Cyclic Suffixes? – Sašo Živanović: Varieties of Most: on Different Readings of Superlative Determiners.