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Heavy NP Shift does not cause Freezing

  • Andreas Konietzko (a1), Susanne Winkler (a1) and Peter W. Culicover (a2)

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This research was partly conducted within the project A7 (Focus Constructions and Freezing) of the Collaborative Research Center 833 at the University of Tübingen, funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG). We would like to thank the audience of the Linguistic Evidence Conference (2016) held at the University of Tübingen and two anonymous reviewers for valuable comments and suggestions. All remaining errors are ours.

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