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Bridge, D. & S. Harlow. 1997. An Introduction to Computational Linguistics. Blackwell Textbooks in Linguistics.

Bridgeman, Loraine I. 1965. "Nouns before that-clauses in English". Linguistic Research Project, Indiana University.

Bridgeman, Loraine I., et al. 1965. "Further classes of adjectives". Linguistic Research Project, Indiana University.

Bridgeman, Loraine I., et al. 1965. "More classes of verbs in English". Linguistic Research Project, Indiana University.

Brie, F. W. D. 1906. The Brut or the Chronicles of England, I. EETS o.s. 131.

Bright, J. W. 1904. The Gospel of Saint Matthew in West-Saxon, edited from the manuscript. Boston: D. C. Heath and Company.

Bright, J. W. (ed.) 1906. The Gospel of Saint Luke in West-Saxon Edited from the Manuscripts. Boston: D.C. Heath.

Bright, W. (ed.) 1966. Sociolinguistics. The Hague: Mouton.

Brill, E. 1993. Some Advances in Transformation-Based Part of Speech Tagging. Cambridge, MA: MIT.

Brink, August. 1920. Stab und Wort im Gawain: Eine stilistische Untersuchung". Halle.

Brinton, Laural J. 1988/2009. The Development of English Aspectual Systems: Aspectualizers and Post-verbal Particles. Cambridge Studies in Linguistics, 49. Cambridge: CUP.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1984. "Criteria for Distinguishing the Non-Aspectual Functions of ME Ginnen". General Linguistics 23: 235-45.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1987. Diagrammatic Iconicity in English Syntax. Recherches Semiotiques-Semiotic Inquiry. 7(1): 55-72.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1987. "Iconic Word Order Patterns in Chaucerian Prose", in Semiotics, ed. John Deely and Jonathan Evans, 3-14. Lanham, MD: UP of America.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1988. The Iconicity of Rhetorical Figures: 'Schemes' as Devices for Textual Cohesion. Language and Style 21, 2: 162-90.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1994. "The Differentiation of Statives and Perfects in Early Modern English : The Development of the Conclusive Perfect", Towards a Standard English 1600-1800, ed. D. Stein & I. Tieken-Boon van Ostade, 135-70. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Brinton, Laurel. 1995. "Non-anaphoric reflexives in free indirect style: expressing the subjectivity of the non-speaker", in Subjectivity and subjectification, ed. D. Stein & S. Wright. CUP.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1996. Pragmatic markers in English: Grammaticalization and discourse Functions. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1998. "Aspectuality and countability". English Language and Linguistics 2: 37-63.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1998. "The grammaticalization of whilom: A counterexample to unidirectionality?". The 10th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Manchester.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1998. "The flowers are lovely; only, they have no scent: The evolution of pragmatic marker", in Anglistentag 1997 Giessen: Proceedings, ed. R. Borgmeier, H. Grabes & A. H. Jucker, pp. 9-33. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag.

Brinton, Laurel J. 1999. "'Whilom, as olde stories tellen us': The discourse marker whilom in Middle English", in From Arabye to Engelond: Medieval Studies in Honour of Mahmoud Manzalaoui on his 75th Birthday, ed. A. E. Christa Canitz & G. R. Wieland, 175-99. U. of Ottawa Press.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2000. "The Importance of Discourse Types in Grammaticalization : The Case of anon", Textual Parameters in Older Languages, Eds. Susan Herring, Pieter van Reenen, and Lene Schoesler, Amsterdam and Philadelphia, John Benjamins : 139-162.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2000. "Grammaticalization versus Lexicalization Reconsidered: On the 'Late' Use of Temporal Adverbs". ICEHL11 Handout.

Brinton, Laurel. 2000. The Structure of Modern English: A Linguistic Introduction.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2001. "From matrix clause to pragmatic marker: The history of look-forms". Journal of Historical Pragmatics 2: 177-99.

Brinton, Laurel J. (ed.) 2001. Historical Linguistics 1999: selected Papers from the 14th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Vancouver, 9-13 August 1999. John Benjamins.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2002. "Grammaticalization versus Lexicalization Reconsiered: On the late use of temporal adverbs", in English Historical Syntax and Morphology, ed. Teresa Fenego, et al. John Benjamins.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2004. "Subject clitics in English: A case of degrammaticalization?", in Corpus Approaches to Grammaticalization in English, ed. Hans Lindquist & Christian Mair, pp. 227-56. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2005. "Processes underlying the development of pragmatic markers: The case of (I) say", in Opening Windows on Texts and Discourses of the Past, ed. Janne Skaffari, Matti Peikola, Ruth Carroll, Risto Hiltunen & Brita Wårvik, pp. 279-299. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Brinton, Laurel. 2006. "Pathways in the Development of Pragmatic Markers in English"", in The Handbook of the History of English, ed. Ans van Kemenade & Bettelou Los, pp. 307-34. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Brinton, Laurel. 2007. "The development of I mean: Implications for the study of historical pragmatics", in Methods in Historical Pragmatics, ed. Susan Fitzmaurice & Irma Taavitsainen, pp. 37-80. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Brinton, Laurel. 2007. "Rise of the adverbial conjunctions {any, each, every} time", in Connectives in the History of English, ed. Ursula Lenker & Anneli Meurman-Solin, pp. 77-96. Benjamins.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2007. "What's More: The Development of pragmatic Markers in the Modern Period." In 'Of Varying Language and Opposing Creed': New Insights into Late Modern English. Ed. Pérez-Guerra, Javier, Dolores González-Álvarez, Jorge L. Bueno-Alonso and Esperanza Rama-Martínez. Berlin: Peter Lang. pp. 47-76.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2008. The Comment Clause in English. Cambridge UP.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2010. "From Performative to Concessive Disjunct: I/you admit and admittedly", in Language Change and Variation from Old English to Late Modern English: A Festschrift for Minoji Akimoto, ed. Merja Kytoe, John Scahill & Harumi Tanabe, pp. 279-302. Bern: Peter Lang.

Brinton, Laurel J. 2014. "The Extremes of Insubordination: Exclamatory as if!", Journal of English Linguistics 42(2): 93-113.

Brinton, Laurel J. & Akimoto, Minoji (eds.) 1999. Collocational and Idiomatic Aspects of Composite Predicates in the History of English. Benjamins.

Brinton, Laurel & L. Arnovick. 2006. The English Language: A Linguistic History. OUP.

Brinton, Laurel J. & Dieter Stein. 1995. "Functional renewal", in Historical Linguistics 1993, ed. Henning Andersen, pp. 33-47. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Brinton, Laurel J. & Elizabeth Closs Traugott (eds.) 2005. Lexicalization and Language Change. CUP.

Britain, D. 2002 "Diffusion, levelling, simplification and reallocation in past tense BE in the English fens". Journal of Sociolinguistics 6(1): 16-43.

Britain, D. & A. Sundbury. 2000. "There's sheep and there's penguins: drift of the use of singular verb forms of BE in plural existential clauses in New Zealand and Falkland Island English". Essex Research Reports in Linguistics 28: 1-32.

Britain, D. & P. Trudgill. 1999. "Migration, new-dialect formation and sociolinguistic refunctionalisation: reallocation as an outcome of dialect contact". Transactions of the Philological Society 97: 245-56.

Britain, David & A. Sudbury. 2002. "There's sheep and there's penguins: Convergence, 'drift' and 'slant' in New Zealand and Falkland Island English", in Language Change: The Interplay of Internal, External and Extra-Linguistic Factors, ed. M. C. Jones & E. Esh, pp. 211-40. Berlin: Mouton.

Britain, David & Jenny Cheshire (eds.) 2003. Social Dialectology: In Honour of Peter Trudgill. John Benjamins.

Britain, David (ed.) 2007. Language in the British Isles. CUP.

Britain, David. 2001. "Welcome to East Anglia!: Two major dialect boundaries in the Fens", in East Anglian English, ed. Jacek Fisiak & Peter Trudgill, pp. 217-42. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer.

Britain, David. 1998. "A little goes a long way, as far as analysing grammatical variation and change in New Zealand English <is concerned/0>". Essex Research Reports in Linguistics 21: 1-32.

Britain, L. 1778. Rudiments of English Grammar. Louvain.

British Library. 2000. The Lindisfarne Gospels. The British Library.

Britnell, Richard (ed.) 2003. The Winchester Pipe Rolls and Medieval English Society. Boydell and Brewer.

Brittain, Vera. 1936. Honourable Estate. New York.

Bitterli, Dieter. 2009. Say What I am Called: The Old English Riddles of the Exeter Book and the Anglo-Latin Riddle Tradition. University of Toronto Press.

Britton, D. (ed.) 1996. English Historical Linguistics 1994: Selected Papers from ICEHL VIII (Edingurgh, 19-23 Septermber 1994). John Benjamins.

Britton, Derek. 1991. "On Middle English She, Sho: A Scots Solution to an English Problem". NOWELE 17: 3-51.