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Bately, J. 1965. "Who and which and the grammarians of the 17th century". English Studies 46: 245-50.

Bately, J. 1988. Manuscript Layout and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies.

Bately, J. (ed.) 1993. Anonymous Old English Homilies: A Preliminary Bibliography of Source Studies. Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies.

Bately, J. M. (ed.) 1986. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: A Collaborative Edition. D. S. Brewer.

Bately, Janet (ed.) 1980. The Old English Orosius. London: Oxford University Press.

Bately, Janet. 1998. "On Some Aspects of the Vocabulary of the West midlands in the Early Midle Ages: The Language of the Katherine Group", in Medieval English studies, ed. E. Kennedy, et al., pp. 55-77. D. S. Brewer.

Bates, Elizabeth, Antonella Devescovi, & Simona D'Amico. 1999. "Processing Complex Sentences: A Cross-linguistic Study". Language and Cognitive Processing 14: 69-123.

Bates, Elizabeth, et al. 1979 The Emergence of Symbols. New York: Academic Press.

Bateson, H. 1925. "Three Notes on the Middle English Cleanness". MLR 19: 95-101.

Bateson, H. 1918. "The Text of Cleanness". MLR 13: 377-86.

Bateson, H. (ed.) 1918. Patience. Manchester: Manchester Universtiy Press.

Batho, E. C. 1949. A Review of Eugene Vinaver (ed.), The Works of Sir Thomas Malory, 1947. MLR 44: 260.

Batllori, M., M. Hernanz, C. Picallo, F. Roca, et al. (eds.) 2005. Grammaticalization and Parametric Variation. OUP.

Batt, Catherine. 2001. Malory's Morte Darthur: Remaking Arthurian Tradition. (The New Middle Ages Series) Pelgrave.

Battistella, Edwin L. 1995. "The Syntax of the Double Modal Construction". Linguistica Atlantica (St John's, Canada) 17: 19-44.

Battye, A. & I. Roberts (eds.) 1995. Clause Structure and Language Change. Oxford: Oxford University Pres.