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Baik, Martin J. & Rosa J. Shim. 1993. "Yes, We Have no Bananas: English Negative Tags in Cross-Linguistc Communication". Studies in the Linguistic Sciences (Urbana) 23(1): 43-59.

Bailey, Beryl L. 1966. Jamaican Creole Syntax: A Transformational Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bailey, Beryl. 1965. "Toward a new perspective in Negro English dialectology". American Speech 40: 171-7.

Bailey, C. N. 1979. "Developments in British English Grammar". Arbeitsberichte zur Sprachentwicklung und Sprachbeschreibung: Technische Universitaet Berlin Working Papers in Linguistics 4: 133.

Bailey, C.-J. N. 1987. "'Marginalia' on singulars and plurals in English". Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 12: 3-11.

Bailey, Charles-James. 1986. "Where English cannot put a preposition before a relative or interrogative pronoun", in The English Reference Grammar: Language and Linguistics, Writers and Readers, ed. Gerhard Leitner, pp. 156-77. Tuebingen: Niemeyer.

Bailey, Charles-James. 1973. Variation and Linguistic Theory. Washington, D. C.: Center for Applied Linguistics.

Bailey, Ch-J. N. 1987. "Attributive and Predicative: Form and Order". Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 12: 147-54.

Bailey, G. 1993. "A perspective of African American English", in American Dialect Research, ed. D. R. Preston, pp. 287-318. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bailey, G. & M. Bassett. 1986. "Invariant be in the Lower South", in Language Variety in the South: Perspectives in Black and White, ed. M. B. Montgomery & G. Bailey, pp. 158-79. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Bailey, G. et al. (eds.) 1991. The Emergence of Black English. John Benjamins.

Bailey, G., N. Maynor, & P. Cukor-Avila. 1989 "Variation in subject-verb concord in Early Modern English". Language Variation and Change 1: 285-300.

Bailey, Guy & Garry Ross. 1988. "The Shape of the Superstrate: Morphosyntactic Fetures of Ship English". English World-Wide 9: 193-212.

Bailey, Guy & Natalie Maynor. 1985. "The present tense of be in southern black folk speech". American Speech 60: 195-213.

Bailey, Guy. 1985. "The present tense of be in white folk speech of the Southern United States". English World-Wide 6: 199-216.

Bailey, Mark. 2002. The English Manor c1200-c1500: Selected Sources translated and annotated. Manchester UP.

Bailey, P. (ed.) 1996. The Oxford Book of London. OUP.

Bailey, R. W. 1998. Nineteenth-Century English. Univ. of Michigan Press.

Bailey, R. W. 1978. Early Modern English: Additions and Ante-datings to the Records of English Vocabulary. Hildesheim & New York: Olms.

Bailey, R. W. & M. Boerlach(eds) 1986. English as a World Language. Cambridge University Press.

Bailey, R. W., et al. 1975. Michigan Early Modern English Materials. Ann Arbor: Xerox University Microfilms.

Bailey, Richard W. 2004. "The need for good texts: The case of Henry Machyn's Day Book, 1550-1563", in Studies in the History of the English Language II: Unfolding Conversations, ed. Anne Curzan and Kimberly Emmonds, pp. 217-28. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Bailey, Richard W. 1987. "Teaching in the Vernacular Scotland, Schools, and Linguistic Diversity", in The Nuttis Schell, ed. Caroline Macafee & Iseabail Macleod, pp. 131-42. Aberdeen: Aberdeen UP.

Bailey, Richard W. 2003. "The Ideology of English in the Long Eighteenth Century", in Insights into Late Modern English, ed. M. Dossena & Ch. Jones, pp. 21-44. Peter Lang.

Bain, A. 1863. Higher English Grammar. London: Longmans, Green & Co. (New edition, 1896).

Bain, Alexander. 1863. An English Grammar. London.

Baines, Joh, John Bennet & Stephen Houston (eds.) 2008. The Disappearance of Writing Systems: Perspectives on Literacy and Communication. Equinox Publishing Limited.

Baird, John E. & Patricia H. Bradley. 1979. "Styles of management and communication: A comparative study of men and women". Communication Monographs 46: 101-11.