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The following periodical titles should be cited in abbreviated form: BLS (Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Berkeley Linguistics Society), CLS (Papers from the Annual Regional Meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society), IJAL (International Journal of American Linguistics), JASA (Journal of the Acoustical Society of America), JL (Journal of Linguistics), JPh (Journal of Phonetics), Lg (Language), LI (Linguistic Inquiry), NELS (Papers from the Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society), NLLT (Natural Language and Linguistic Theory), WCCFL (Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics). No full stops should be used in these abbreviations.

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