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Quotative inversion
C Collins, P Branigan
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 15 (1), 1-41, 1997
2401997
Subjects and complementizers
P Branigan
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy, 1992
2271992
Eccentric agreement and multiple case checking
J Bobaljik, P Branigan
Ergativity, 47-77, 2006
1752006
Altruism, A-movement, and object agreement in Innu-aimūn
P Branigan, M MacKenzie
Linguistic Inquiry 33 (3), 385-407, 2002
1532002
Verb‐second and the A‐bar syntax of subjects
P Branigan
Studia Linguistica 50 (1), 50-79, 1996
901996
Provocative Syntax (Linguistic inquiry monographs; 61)
P Branigan
MIT Press, 2011
452011
Verb movement and the quotative construction in English
P Branigan, C Collins
MIT working papers in linguistics 18, 1-13, 1993
421993
Balancing syntax and prosody in the Algonquian verb complex
P Branigan, J Brittain, C Dyck
Algonquian Papers-Archive 36, 2005
332005
The phase theoretic basis for subject-aux inversion
P Branigan
unpublished paper, Memorial University (http://www. ucs. mun. ca/~ branigan …, 2005
322005
Binding effects with covert movement
P Branigan
Linguistic Inquiry, 553-557, 2000
252000
Binding Relations and the Nature of'pro'in Innu-aimun
P Branigan, M MacKenzie
PROCEEDINGS-NELS 29, 475-486, 1999
201999
Macroparameter learnability: An Algonquian case study
P Branigan
Unpublished ms: Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2012
192012
Case valuation by Phase
P Branigan
Manuscript, Memorial University, Newfoundland and Labrador, 2005
182005
Locative inversion and the extended projection principle
P Branigan
ms., Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1993
181993
Treating that-trace variation
P Branigan
Microparametric Syntax: Dialect Variation in Syntax, 25-39, 1996
131996
The syntax of (complex) numerals in Arabic
H Al-Bataineh, P Branigan
OSF Preprints, 2020
102020
Cyclicity and the Approach the Probe Principle
P Branigan
Ms., Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2013
102013
Word order variation at the left periphery in Innu-aimūn
P Branigan, M MacKenzie
Algonquian Papers-Archive 33, 2002
102002
How Much Syntax Can You Fit Into a Word?: Late Insertion and Verbal Agreement in Innu-aimun
P Branigan, M MacKenzie
Department of Linguistics, University of British Columbia, 2001
102001
The trace-Fin effect
P Branigan
Manuscript, Memorial University, 2005
92005
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