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Green, Dennis H. 1998 'The Influence of the Merovingian Franks on the Christian Vocabulary of Germany.' Franks and Alamanni in the Merovingian Period: an Ethnographic Perspective. Ed. Ian Wood. Woodbridge and Rochester, NY, pp. 343-61.

Green, Donald Charles. 1967. "The Syntax of the Poetic Formula in a Cross-Section of Old English Poetry". Doctoral Dissertation, University of Wisconsin.

Green, G. 1973 The Lexical expression of emphatic conjunction : theoretical implications. Foundation of Language 10: 197-248.

Green, G. M. 1989. Pragmatics and Natural Language Understanding. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Green, Georgia M. 1992. "Purpose Infinitives and their Relatives", in The Joy of Grammar: A Festschrift in Honor of James D. McCawley, ed. Diane Bretari, et al. Amsterday: Benjamins.

Green, Georgia M. 1974. Semantics and Syntactic Regularity. Bloomington & London: Indiana University Press.

Green, Lisa J. 2002. African American English: A Linguistic Introduction. CUP.

Green, M. Georgia. 1974. "Main Clause Phenomena in Subordinate Clauses". Language 52: 382-97.

Green, R. F. 1978. "Notes on Some Manuscripts of Hoccleve's Regiment of Princes". British Library Journal 4: 37-41.

Green, Tamara M. 2003. The Greek and Latin Roots of English. 3rd edition. Rowan and Littlefield.

Greenbaum, S. 1970. Verb-Intensifier Collocation in English: An Experimental Approach. The Hague: Mouton.

Greenbaum, S. 1988 "Syntactic devices for compression in English". In Klegraf & Nehls (eds) 1988: 3-10.

Greenbaum, S. 1970. Verb-Intensifier Collocations in English: An Experimental Approach. The Hague: Mouton.

Greenbaum, S. 1996. The Oxford English Grammar. OUP.

Greenbaum, S. 1988. Good English and the Grammarian. Longman.

Greenbaum, S. 1985. The English Language Today. Pergamon.

Greenbaum, S. 1985 "25th anniversary of the Survey of English Usage". World Englishes 4: 261-265.

Greenbaum, S. (ed.) 1996. Comparing English Worldwide: The International Corpus of English. OUP.

Greenbaum, S. and Meyer, C. 1982. "Ellipsis and Coordination: Norms and Preferences". Language and Communication 2: 137-9.

Greenbaum, S., G. Leech & J. Svartvik (eds). 1980 Studies in English linguistics for Randolph Quirk. London: Longman.

Greenbaum, S. & Nelson, G. 1995. “Clause relationships in spoken and written English”. Functions of Language, 2 (1), 1-21.

Greenbaum, Sidney & G. Nelson. 1996 "Positions of Adverbial Clause in British English". World Englishes 15: 69-81.

Greenbaum, Sidney. 1969 Studies in English Adverbial Usage. London: Longman.

Greenbaum, Siney & Gerald Nelson. 1999. "Elliptical Clauses in Spoken and Written English"", in The Clause in English, ed. P. Collins & D. Lee, pp. 111-25. John Benjamins.

Greenbaum, Siney & Gerald Nelson. 2002. An Introduction to English Grammar. 2nd edition. Pearson Education.

Greenbaum,S. & J. Whitcut (eds.) 1988. Guide to English Usage. Longman.

Greenberg, J. 1974. Language Typology: A Historical and Analytic Overview. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Greenberg, J. H. 1966. Language Universals. Mouton.

Greenberg, Joseph H. 1991. "The last stage of grammatical elements: Contractive and expansive desemanticization", in Approaches to Grammaticalization, ed. E. C. Traugott & B. Heine, vol. 1, pp. 301-14. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Greenberg, Joseph H. 1995 On Language-Internal Iconicity. In Marge E. Landsberg (ed.), 57-63.

Greenberg, Joseph H. 1987. Language in the Americas. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Greenberg, Joseph H. 1978. "Diachrony, Synchrony, and Language Universals". Universals of Human Language, ed. Joseph H. Greenberg, Charles A. Ferguson & Edith A. Moravcsik, vol. 1, pp. 61-92. Stanford University Press.

Greenberg, Joseph H. 1963. "Some universals of grammar with particular reference to the order of meaningful elements", in Universal Language, 2nd ed., ed. Joseph H. Greenberg, pp. 73-113. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Greenberg, Joseph. 1995. "Diachronic typological approach to language", in Approaches to Language Typology, ed. M. Shibatani & Th. Bynon, pp. 145-66. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Greene, J. 19977. "The Use of WHICH as a Non-restrictive Relative Marker". Ph.D. dissertation. Georgetown University.

Greenfield, P. M. 1972. "Oral and written language: the consequence for cognitive development in Africa, the United States and England". Language and Speech 15: 169-78.

Greenfield, S. B. 1972. The Interpretation of Old English Poems. PKP.

Greenfield, S.B. & D. G. Calder. 1986. A New Critical History of Old English Literature. New York & London.

Greenwood, O. 1956 "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight", a Fourteenth-Century Alliterative Poem Now Attributed to Hugh Mascy. London.

Greetham, D. C. 1994. Textual Scholarship. New York: Garland Publishing.

Greetham, D. C. 1984. "Models for the Textual Tranmission of Translation: The Case of John Trevisa". Studies in Bibliography 33: 131-55.

Greetham, David. 1998. "'Glosynge Is a Glorious Thyng, Certayn"", in A Guide to Editing Middle English, ed. V. P. McCarren & D. Moffat, pp. 287-302. University of Michigan Press.

Greg, W. W. 1932 "Continuity of the Alliterative Tradition". MLR 27: 453-4.

Greg, W. W. 1932 "A Bibliographical Paradox". The Library 13: 188-91.
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Gregory, Michelle L. & Laura A. Michaelis. 2001. "Topicalization and left-dislocation: A functional opposition revisited". Journal of Pragmatics 33: 1665-1706.

Gregory, Stewart, William Rothwell & David Totter (eds.) 2005. An Anglo-Norman Dictionary. 2nd edition. The Modern Humanities Research Association.

Greim, Barbara D. 1983 The Elliptical Idiom: Change from Icon and Index to Symbol. In Irmengard Rauch and Gerald F. Carr (eds) Language Change. Bloomington: Indiana UP. 1-9.

Greimas, A. J.(ed.) 1979. Dictionnaire de l'ancien francais. Larousse.

Grein, C. W. M. 1912. Sprachschatz der angelsaechsischen Dichter. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.

Gressy, D. 1977. "Literacy in Seventeenth-Century England: More Evidence". Journal of Interdisciplinary History 8(1): 141-150.

Gretsch, Mechthild. 2001. "Winchester Vocabulary and Standard Old English: The Vernacular in Late Anglo-Saxon England". Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 83: 41-87.

Gretsch, Mechthild. 2003. "In Search of Standard English", in Bookmarks from the Past: Studies in Early English Language and Literature in Honour of Helmut Gneuss, ed. L Kornexl & U. Lenker, pp. 33-67. Peter Lang.

Greul, W. 1934. Das Personalpronomen der 3. Person Pluralis im Fruehmittelenglischen. Berslin diss.

Grewendorf, Gunther & Georg Meggle. 2002. Speech Acts, Mind, and Social Reality: Discussions with John R. Searle. Kluwer Academic Pub.