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Aita, S. 1993. "Negation in the Wycliffite Sermons", in Arthurian and Other Studies, ed. T. Suzuki & T. Mukai, pp. 241-5. Boydell & Brewer.

Aita, Shuichi. 2004. "A Diplomatic Edition of Chaucer's Parson's Tale (Bodleian MS Arch. Selden B.14, fol. 269r, l. 104-fol. 275v, l. 290)". 『言語と文化』(大阪府立大学言語センター) 3: 1-16.

Aita, Shuichi. 2004. "The Text of Chaucer's Parson's Tale in Bodleian Library MS Arch. Selden B.14: A Comparison of the Variants with BL MS Lansdowne 851". Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature 19:37-49.

Aitchison, J. 1991. Language Change: Progress or Decay? 2nd ed. Cambridge: CUP.

Aitchison, J. 1994. Words in the Mind. Blackwell.

Aitchison, J. 1996. The Seeds of Speech: Language Origin and Evolution. CUP.

Aitchison, J. 1997. The Language Web: The Power and Problem of Words. CUP.

Aitchison, J. 1999. A Review of Terttu Nevalainen & Leena Kahlas-Tarkka (eds.), To Explain the Present: Studies in the Changing English Language in Honour of Matti...RES 50:70-2.

Aitchison, Jean & Diana Lewis (eds.). 2003. New Media Langauge. Routledge.

Aitchison, Jean & Rama Kant Agnihotri. 1985. "'I deny that I'm incapable of working all night': Divergence of Negative Structures in British and Indian English", in Papers from the 4th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, ed. R. Eaton, et al., pp. 3-14. John Benjamins.

Aitchison, Jean. 2002. Words in the Mind. 3rd edition. Blackwell.

Aitchison, Jean. 2003. Linguistics. Teach yourself Books.

Aitchison, Jean. 2003. A Glossary of Language and Mind. Edinburgh University Press.

Aitken, A. J. 1964. "Completing the Record of Scots". Scottish English 8: 129-40.

Aitken, A. J. 1971. "Variation and Variety in Written Middle Scots", in Edinburgh Studies in English and Scots, ed. A. J. Aitken, et al., pp. 177-209.

Aitken, A. J. 1979. "Studies on Scots and Scottish Standard English Today", in Language of Scotland, ed. A. J. Aitken, et al., pp. 137-60. Edinburgh: Chambers.

Aitken, A. J. 1981. "Angush McIntosh and Scottish Studies", in So Meny Longages and Tonges, ed. Michael Benskin & M. L. Samuels, pp. Xix-xxvi. Edinburgh: Authors.

Aitken, A. J. 1981. "The Scottish Vowel-Length Rule", in So Meny People, Longages and Tonges, ed. Michael Benskin & M. L. Samuels, pp. 131-57. Edinburgh: Authors.

Aitken, A. J. 1984. "Scottish Accents and Dialects", in Language in the British Isles, ed. Peter Trudgill, pp. 94-114. CUP.

Aitken, A. J. 1984. "Scots and English in Scotland", in Language in the British Isles, ed. Peter Trudgill, pp. 517-32. CUP.

Aitken, A. J. 1985. "Is Scots a Language?". English Today 1985 July 3, 41-45.

Aitken, A. J. 1985. "The Pronunciation Entries for the CSD". Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America 7: 134-50.

Aitken, A. J. 1987. "The Extinction of Scotland in Popular Dictionaries of English", in Dictionaries of English: Prospects for the Record of Our Language, ed. Richard W. Bailey, pp. 99-120. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

Aitken, A. J. 1989. "The Lexicography of Scots Two Hundred Years Since: Ruddiman and His Successors", in In Other Words, ed. J. Lachlan Mackenzie & Richard Todd, pp. 2345-45. Dordrecht: Foris.

Aitken, A. J. 1994. "Progress in the Study of Modern Scots since 1948", in Studies in Scots and Gaelic, ed. Alexander Fenton & Donald A. MacDonald, pp. 1-40. Edinburgh: Canongate Academy of Linguistic Survey of Scotland.

Aitken, A. J. & Tom McArthur (eds.) 1979. Languages of Scotland. The Association for Scottish Literary Studies Occasional Paper Number, 4. Chambers.

Aitken, A. J., Angus McIntosh, & Hermann Palsson (eds.) 1971. Edinburgh Studies in English and Scots. London: Longman.

Aitken, A. J., M. G. Dareau, & K. L. Pike, et al. (eds.) 2002. The Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue. Vol. 11. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Aitken, Adam J. 1977. "How to Pronounce Older Scots", in Bards and Makars, ed. Adam J. Aitken, et al., pp. 1-21. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

Aitken, Adam J. 1981. "The Good Old Scots Tongue: Doe Scots have an Identity?", in Minority Languages Today, ed. Einar Haugen, et al., pp. 72-90. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Aitken, Adam J. 1983. "The Langauge of Older Scots Poetry", in Scotland and the Lowland Tongue, ed. J. Derrick McClure, pp. 18-49. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press.

Aitken, Jack. 1987. "The Lexicography of Scots: The Current Position". Review of Scottish Culture 3: 91-96.