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Clankie, Shawn M. 2002. A Theory of Generalization on Brand Name Change. E. Mellen.

Claridge, C. & T. Walker. 2001. "Causal clauses in written and speech-related genres in Early Modern English". ICAME Journal 25: 31-64.

Claridge, Claudia. 2005. "Questions in Early Modern English pamphlets". Journal of Historical Pragmatics 6(1): 133-68.

Claridge, Claudia. 2000. "The Lampeter Corpus of Early Modern English Tracts", in Multi-word Verbs in Early Modern English by Claudia Claridge, pp. 4-25. Rodopi.

Claridge, Claudia. 2000. Multi-word Verbs in Early Modern English: A Corpus-based Study. Language and Computers 32. Rodopi.

Claridge, Claudia. 1998. "On Making a Choice: Multi-word Verbs in the Lampter Corpus (1640-1740)". Paper presented at the Xth International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Manchester.

Claridge, Claudia. 1997. "A century in the life of multi-word verbs." Corpus-based studies in English. Papers from the 17th International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora. Ed. Magnus Ljung. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 69-85.

Claridge, Claudia. 2007. "Conditionals in Early Modern English texts", in Connectives in the History of English, ed. Ursula Lenker & Anneli Meurman-Solin, pp. 229-54. Benjamins.

Claridge, Claudia & Kytö, Merja. 2014. "I had lost sight of them then for a bit, but I went on pretty fast : Two degree modifiers in the Old Bailey Corpus." in Diachronic Corpus Pragmatics, ed. Irma Taavitsainen, Andreas H. Jucker & Jukka Tuominen, pp. 29-52. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Clark, C. 1971 "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Its Artistry and Its Audience". MAE 40: 10-20.

Clark, C. 1981. "Another Late-Fourteenth-Century Case of Dialect-Awareness". ES 62: 504-5.

Clark, C. 1955 "The Green Knight Shoeless: A in English. Copenhagen: Einar Munksgarrd.

Clark, C. 1957. "Gender in 'The peterborough Chronicle'". ES 38: 109-15.

Clark, C. 1966 "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Characterisation bt Syntax". E&S 16: 361-74.

Clark, C. (ed.) 1958. The Peterborough Chronicle, 1070-1154. London: Oxford University Press.

Clark, Cecily. 1992. "The myth of 'The Anglo-Norman Scribe'", in History of Englishes: New Methods and Interpretations in Historical Linguistics, ed. M. Rissanen, et al., pp. 117-29. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Clark, E. V. & H. H. Clark. 1979. "When Nouns Surface as Verbs". Language 55: 761-811.

Clark, F. M. 1995. Theme in Oral Epic and in Beowulf. New York: Garland.

Clark, G. N. 1935. The Dutch Influence on the English Vocabulary. Society for Pure English Tract, 44. Oxford.

Clark, H. H. 1996. Using Language. CUP.

Clark, Herbert H. & Richard J. Gerrig. 1990. "Quotations as demonstrations". Language 66: 764-805.

Clark, J. & C. Yallop. 1995. An Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology. Balckwell Textbooks in Linguistics.

Clark, J. W. 1957. Early English: A Study of Old and Middle English. The Language Library. London: Andre Deutsch.

Clark, J. W. 1951 "On Certain 'Alliterative' and 'Poetic' Words in the Poems Attributed to 'The Gawain-Poet'". MLQ 12: 387-98.

Clark, J. W. 1950 "Paraphrases for 'God' in the Poems Attributed to 'the Gawain-Poet'". MLN 65: 232-6.

Clark, J. W. 1950 "'The Gawain-Poet' and the Substantival Adjective". JEGP 49: 60-6.

Clark, J. W. 1949 "Observations on Certain Differences in Vocabulary between Cleanness and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". PQ 28: 261-73.

Clark, J. W. 1941 The Authorship of "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight", "Pearl", "Cleanness", "Patience", and "Erkenwald" in the Light of the Vocabulary. Univ. of Minnesota.

Clark, Lynn. 2016. "Phonological Leveling, Diffusion, and Divergence: /t/ Lenition in Liverpool and Its Hinterland". Language Variation and Change 28.1: 31-62.

Clark, Sandra. 2014. "Women, Class, and the Language of Madness in Early Modern English Drama." Sederi 24: 7-26.

Clark, Urzula. 2007. Studying Language: English in Action. Palgrave Macmillan.

Clark,S.L.&J.N.Wasserman. 1986. "The Passing of the Seasons and the Apocalyptic in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". South Central Review 3: 5-22.

Clarkson, Iain. 1989. "Scottish Gaelic and Scots as Minority Language in Scottish Schools", in Minorisation linguistique et interaction, ed. Bernard, Py & Rene Jeanneret, pp. 159-67. Neuchatel: Univ. de Neuchatel.

Classen, E. 1930. Outlines of the Histrory of the English Language. London: Macmillan.

Classen, E. 1919. "On the Origin of Natural Gender in Middle English". MLR 14: 97-102.

Classen, E. 1918. "-s and -n plurals in Middle English". Modern Language Review 14: 94-96.

Claxton, A. O. D. 1968. The Suffolk dialect of the 20th century. 3rd edition. Ipswich: Norman Adlard.

Clayton, Mary & Hugh Magennis. 1994. The Old English Lives of St Margaret. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 9. CUP.