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Butler, Sharon. 1980. "Problems with headwords in Old English," in Ladislav Zgusta (ed.) Theory and method in lexicography: western and non-western Perspectives. Columbia, S.C.: Hornbeam Press.

Butters, Ronald R. 1973. "Acceptability Judgments for Double Modals in Southern Dialects". New Ways of Analyzing Variation in English, ed. Charles-James N. Bailey & Roger Shuy, pp. 276-86. Washington: Gerogetown UP.

Butters, Ronald R. 1980. "Narrative go say". American Speech 55: 304-307.

Butters, Ronald R. 1982. "Editor's Note [on be like 'think']". American Speech 57: 149.

Butters, Ronald R. 1983. "Syntactic Change in British English 'Propredicates'". Journal of English Linguistics 16: 1-7.

Butters, Ronald R. 1983. "Sunbetl English". The New York Times Magazine, 21 August, pp. 11-12.

Butters, Ronald R. 1984. "Inquiry: have to". American Speech 59: 206.

Butters, R. R. 1987. "Linguistic Convergence in a North Carolina Community", in Variation in Language, ed. Denning et al., pp. 52-60. Stanford University English Department.

Butters, Ronald R. & Ruth A. Nix. 1986. "The English of Blacks in Wilmington, North Carolina", in Language Variety in the South, ed. Michael B. Montgomery & Guy Bailey. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Butters, Ronald R. & Kristin Stettler. 1986. "Existential and Causative Have …To"". American Speech 61: 184-90.