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Dendinger, L. N. 1970 "The Dynamic Structural Balance of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight", in Essays in Honor of Esmond Linworth Marilla, pp. 367-78. Louisianna State UP.

Dendrinos, Bessie and Elini Haviara-Kehaidou 1992 Directness and indirectness in the discourse of male and female intruders', in Working Papers on Language, Gender and Sexism, 2(1).

Denison, David. 1985. "The Origins of Periphrastic Do: Ellegard and Visser Reconsidered", in R. Eaton, et al. (1985), pp. 45-60.

Denison, David. 1985. "The Origin of Completive up in English". NM 86: 37-61.

Denison, David. 1985. "Why Old English had no prepositional passive". English Studies 66: 189-204.

Denison. David. 1985. "Some Observations on 'Being Teaching'". Studia Neophilologica 57: 157–159.

Denison, David. 1986. "On Word Order in Old English". Dutch Quarterly Review 16: 277-95.

Denison, David. 1988. "Auxiliary + impersonal in Old English". Folia Linguistica Historica 9(1): 139-66.

Denison, David. 1990. "The Old English impersonal revived", in Sylvia Adamson, et al. (eds.), Papers from the 5th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics: Cambridge, 6-9 April 1987. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Denison, David. 1992. "Counterfactual may have", in Internal and External Factors in Syntactic Change, ed. M. Gerristen & D. Stein, pp. 229-56. Trends in Linguistics, Studies in Monographs, 61. Berlin: Mouton.

Denison, David. 1993. "Some Recent Changes in the English Verb". English Diachronic Syntax, ed. Maurizio Gotti, pp. 15-33. Milano: Guerini.

Denison, David. 1993. English Historical Syntax. Longman.

Denison, David. 1994. "A Corpus of Late Modern English Prose" in Corpora across the Centuries, ed. M. Kytoe, et al. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Denison, David. 1996. "The Case of the Unmarked Pronoun", in English Historical Linguistics 1994: Papers from the 8th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, ed. D. Britton, pp. 287-99. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 135. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Denison, David. 1999. "Slow, slow, quick, quick, slow: The Dance of Language Change?", in "Woonderous Aenglissce": SELIM Studies in Medieval English Langauge, ed. L. Bringas, et al., pp. 51-64. Universidade de Vigo.

Denison, David. 2000. "Combining English Auxiliaries", in Patheways of Change: Grammaticalization in English, ed. O. Fischer, et al., pp. 111-48.

Denison, David. 2001. "Gradience and Linguistic Change", in Historical Linguistics 1999, ed. Laurel J. Brinton, pp. 119-44. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Denison, David. 2003. "Log(ist)ic and simplistic S-curves", in Motives for Language Change, ed. Raymond Hickey, pp. 54-70. CUP.

Denison, David, Ricardo Bermudez-Otero, Chris McCully & Emma Moore (eds.) 2012. Analysing Older English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Denison, David and Marianne Hundt. 2013. "Defining relatives". Journal of English Linguistics 4(2): 135-167.

Denning, K. & S. Kemmer. 1990. On Lauguage: Selected Writings of Joseph H. Greenberg. Stanford University Press.

Denning, K. & W. R. Leben. 1995. English Vocabulary Elements. OUP.

Dennis, L. 1940 "The Progressive Tense: Frequency of its Use in English". Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 55: 855-65.

Dent, R. W. 1981. Shakespeare's Proverbial Language. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Dent, Susie. 2003. The Language Report. OUP.