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Bruce, Alexander M. 2002. Scyld & Scef: Expanding the Analogues. Routledge.

Bruce, Christopher W. (ed.) 1999. The Arthurian Name Dictionary. Garland.

Bruce, F. F. 1962. The English Bible: A History of Translations. London: Lutterworth.

Bruce, J. D. 1903. "The Breaking of the Deer in Sir Gawayne and the Green Knight". EStn 32: 23-36.

Bruce, J. D. 1911. "Some Proper Names in Layamon's Brut not Represented in Wace or Geoffrey of Monmouth". MLN 26: 65-9."

Bruce, J. D. (ed.) 1903. Le Morte Arthur. EETS e.s. 88. London: Oxford University Press.

Brugman, Claudia M. 1988 The Story of 'Over': Polysemy, Semantics, and the Structure of the Lexicon. New York/London: Garland Pulishing, Inc.

Brugmann, K. 1917. Der Ursprung des Scheinsubjects 'es', Berichte ueber die Verhandlungen der Koenigl. Saechs. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig. Leipzig.

Brunnder, Karl (ed.) 1933. The Seven Sages of Rome (Southern Version). EETS 191.

Brunner, K. 1965. Altenglische Grammatik. Tuebingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag.

Brunner, K. 1959. "Die Herkunft der anglischen Elemente in der fruehen englischen Schriftsprache", in J. Vendryes (1959), pp. 49-55.

Brunner, K. 1960-2. Die englische Sprache. 2 vols. Tuebingen: Max Niemeyer.

Brunner, K. 1963. An Outline of Middle English Grammar. Trans. G. K. W. Johnston. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Brusendorff, A. 1968. The Chaucer Tradition. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Bruten, A. 1966 "Gawain's Green Girdle as a 'Sign'". N&Q n.s. 13: 452-4.

Bruthiaux, Paul. 2001. "Missing in Action: Verbal Metaphor for Information Technology". English Today 67: 24-30.

Bruti, Silvia. 2000. "Address Pronouns in Shakespeare's English", in The History of English in a Social Context: A Contribution to Historical Sociolinguistics, ed. D. Kastovsky & A. Mettinger, pp. 25-51, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Brutt-Griffler, Janina. 2002. World English: A Study of its Development. Multilingual Mat.

Bruyn, Adrienne. 1996. "On identifying instances of grammaticalization in Creole languages", in Changing Meanings, Changing Functions, ed. P. Baker & A. Syea, pp. 29-46. Westminster Creolistic Series, vol. 2.