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  • Argumentlinking als strukturelle Generalisierung (Inkorporationstyp Nivkh).  In M. Bommes et al.(eds.) Sprache als Form, 11-21. Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag 2002. [The paleosibirian language Nivkh (= Gilyak) is unique in that the only way of argument linking (i.e. grammatical specification of arguments) is incorporating the lowest argument; neither structural case nor agreement exists.]
  • On the nature of dative in Hungarian. In I. Kenesei and P. Siptár (eds.)   Approaches to Hungarian 8, 163-184. Budapest; Akadémiai Kiadó 2002.  []
  • Argument linking types - approached from the perspective of LDG. In Hidekazu Suzuki (ed.) Report of the Special Research-Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of the East and West 2001, Part II. 777-799. University of Tsukuba (Japan) 2002.

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