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Sheard, John A. 1954. The Words We Use. London: Andre Deutsch.

Shearin, Hubert Gibson. 1903. "The expression of purpose in Old English prose". Yale Studies in English 18: 1149.

Shearin, Hubert Gibson. 1909. "The expression of purpose in Old English poetry". Anglia 32: 23552.

Sheen, DingTaou. 1988 The Historical Development of Reciprocal Pronouns in Middle English with Selected Early Modern English Comparisons. PhD thesis, Ball State University at Muncie, Indiana.

Sheintuch, G. & K. Wise. "On the Pragmatic Univy of the Rules of NegRaising and NegAttraction". CLS 12: 54857.

Sheldon, A. 1974. "The Role of Parallel Function in the Acquisition of Relative Clauses in English". Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior 3: 27281.

Sheldon, A. 1993. "Pickle fights: gendered talk in preschool disputes", in Tannen, D. (ed).

Sheldon, E. K. 1938. "Standards of English Pronunciation according to the Grammarians and Orthoepists of the 16th, 17th, and 18th Centuries. Dissertation, Wisconsin.

Sheldon, Esther K. 1956. "Boswell's English in The London Journal". PMLA 71: 106775.

Shepherd, F. (ed.) 1959. Ancrene Wisse: Parts Six and Seven. London: Nelson.

Shepherd, G. (ed.) 1991. Ancrene Wisse. Exeter Medieval English Texts and Studies. University of Exeter Press.

Shepherd, Geoffrey. 1970. "The Nature of Alliterative Poetry in Late Medieval England". PBA 56: 5776. Reprinted in J. A. Burrow, ed. Middle English Literature: British Academy Gollancz Lectures. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1989), pp. 14160.

Shepherd, S. H. A. (ed.) 1995. Middle English Romances. A Norton Critical Edition.

Shepherd, Stephen H. A. (ed.) 2004. Turpines Story: A Middle English Translation of the PseudoTurpin Chronicle. EETS o.s. 322. Oxford University Press.

Sherbo, A. 1975. English Poetic Diction from Chaucer to Wordsworth. Michigan State U.P.

Sherman, Doland. 1975. "Noun-Verb Stress Alternation: An Example of the Lexical Diffusion of Sound Change in English". Linguistics 159: 43-71.