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Smith, J. J. 1986. "Some Spelings in Caxton's Malory"". Poetica 24: 58-63.

Smith, Jeremy. 1996. "Language and Style in Malory", in A Companion to Malory, ed. A. Archibald & A. S. G. Edwards, pp. 97-113. D. S. Brewer.

Smith, Nicholas. 2002. "Ever moving on? The progressive in recent British English." In New Frontiers of Corpus Research. Papers from the Twenty First International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora Sydney 2000. Eds. PETERS, Pam, Peter COLLINS and Adam SMITH. Rodopi. pp.316-329.

Smith, Nicholas. 2003. "A quirky progressive? A corpus-based exploration of the will + be + -ing construction in recent and present day British English", in Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics 2003 Conference, ed. D. Archer et al., pp. 714-23. Lancaster University: UCREL.

Smith, Nicholas. 2003. "Changes in the Modals and Semi-Modals of Strong Obligation and Epistemic Necessity in Recent British English", in Modality in Contemporary English, ed. Roberta Facchinetti, Manfred Krug, & Frank R. Palmer, pp. 241-67. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Smith, Nicholas & Paul Rayson. 2007. "Recent change and variation in the British English use of the progressive passive". ICAME Journal 31: 129-59.

Smith, Nigel. 1994. Literature and Revolution in England, 1640-1660. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Smits, Matthijs. 2016."'Garnering' Respect? The Emergency of Authority in the American Usage Tradition." in Prescription and Tradition in Language: Establishing Standards across Time and Space, ed. Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade & Carol Percy, pp. 221-237. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Smith, Philip M. 1985. Language, the Sexes and Society. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Smith, R. D. 1986. A Syntactic Quicksand: Ellipsis in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century English Grammars. Delft: Eburon.

Smith, R. M. 1945. "Lawman's Gernemude". Modern Language Notes 60: 41-2.

Smith, Sara W., and Andreas H. Jucker. 2000. "'Actually' and other markers of an apparent discrepancy between propositional attitudes of conversational partners." In: Thorstein Fretheim and Gisle Andersen (eds.). Pragmatic Markers and Propositional Attitudes. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 207-237.

Smith, Sara W., and Andreas H. Jucker. 2014. "'Maybe, but probably not': Negotiating likelihood and perspective." Language and Dialogue 4.2: 284-298.