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Dekeyser, Xavier. 1975. Number and Case Relations in 19th Century British English: A Comparative Study of Grammar and Usage. Antwerp and Amsterdam: De Nederlandsche Boekhandel.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1984. "Relativizers in Early Modern English: A Dynamic Quantitative Study", in Historical Syntax, ed. J. Fisiak, pp. 61-87. The Hague: Mouton.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1986. "Romance Loans in Middle English", in Linguistics across Historical and Geographical Boundaries: In Honour of Jacek Fisiak on the Occasion of his Fiftieth Birthday, vol. 1, ed. Dieter Kastovsky & Aleksander Szwedek, pp. 253-65. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1986. "English Contact Clauses Revisited: A Diachronic Approach". Folia Linguistica Historica 7: 107-20.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1986. "Relative Markers in the Peterborough Chronicle: 1070-1154". Folia Linguistica Historica 7: 93-105.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1987. "Relative Clause Formation in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle". Folia Linguistica Historica 7: 351-61.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1988. "Preposition Stranding and Relative Complementizer Deletion". Leuvense Bijdragen 77: 161-81.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1992. "Periphrastic do in late Middle English and Modern English revisited". Leuvense Bijdragen 81: 101-11.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1996. "Wh- and that: Two Competing Strategies in the History of English Relative Clause Formation". Leuvense Bijdragen 85: 293-302.

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1998. Loss of Prototypical Meanings in the History of English Semantics or Semantic Redeployment.' Historical Linguistics 1995, Volume II: Germanic Linguistics. Ed. Richard M. Hogg and Linda van Bergen. Current Issues in Ling. Theory 162. Amsterdam and Philadel

Dekeyser, Xavier. 1998. "Always(s) and Algate(s) in Middle and Early Modern English from Space to Time and Beyond". Leuvense Bijdragen 87: 37-45.

Dekeyser, Xavier and Mia Ingels. 1988. "Socio-historical Aspects of Relativization in Late 16th Century English: ca. 1550-1600". Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 21: 25-39.

Dekker, A. 1932. Some Facts Concerning the Syntax of Malory's Morte Darthur. Amsterdam: Portielie.