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Allan, Alasdair. 1995. "Scots Spellin-Ettlin efter the Quantum Lowp: Can We Identifee and Mak Uiss o Certain Preinciples I Staundardeizin Scots Orthographie?". English World Wide 16(1): 61-103.

Allan, K. 1986. Linguistic Meaning. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Allan, Keith. 1999. "The Semantics of English Quantifiers", in The Clause in English, ed. P. Collins & D. Lee, pp. 1-31. John Benjamins.

Allan, Keith. 2001. Natural Language Semantics. Blackwell.

Allen, C. L. 1995. "On doing as you please", in Historial Pragmatics, ed. A. Jucker, pp. 275-308. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Allen, C. L. 1986. "Reconsidering the History of like". Journal of Linguistics 22: 375-409.

Allen, C. L. 1995. Case Marking and Reanalysis: Grammatical Relations from Old to Early Modern English. Clarendon Press.

Allen, C. L. 1997. "The Development of an 'Impersonal' Verbs in Middle English: The Case of behoove".

Allen, Cynthia L. 1997 'Middle English Case Loss and the 'Creolization' Hypothesis.' Eng. Lang. and Ling. 1: 63-89.

Allen, Cynthia L. 1997. "The origins of the 'group genitive' in English". Transactions of the Philological Society 95: 111-31.

Allen, Cynthia L. 1998 'Genitives and the Creolization Question.' Eng. Lang. and Ling. 2: 129-35.

Allen, Cynthia L. 2002. "On the Development of a friend of mine", in English Historical Syntax and Morphology, ed. Teresa Fenego, et al. John Benjamins.

Allen, Cynthia L. 2005. "Loss of the Post-head Genitive in English", in Recent Trends in Medieval English Language and Literature in Honour of Young-Bae Park, vol. 1, ed. J. Fisiak & H. Kang, pp. 203-222. Thaehaksa.

Allen, Cynthia. 1975. "Old English Modals". Papers in the History and Structures of English, ed. J. B. Grimshaw, pp. 89-100. Amherst: University of Massachusettus.

Allen, Cynthia. 2000. "Obsolescence and sudden death in syntax: The decline of verb-final order in early Middle English"", in Generative Theory and Corpus Studies: A Dialogue from 10 ICEHL, ed. R. Bermudez-Otero, D. Denison, R. M. Hogg, & C. B. McCully, pp. 3-25. Berlin.

Allen, Cynthia. 2001. "The Development of a New Passive in English", in Time over Matter: Diachronic Perspectives on Morphosyntax, ed. M. butt & T. H. King, pp. 43-72. Stanford University: CSLI Publications.

Allen, Hope Emily. 1918 The Origin of the Ancren Riwle. PMLA 33: 448- 92.

Allen, J. B. 1971. The Friar as Critic: Literary Attitudes in the Later Middle Ages. Nashville: Canderbilt UP.

Allen, R. 1988. "The Date and Provenance of King Horn: Some Interim Reassessments", in Medieval English Studies Presented to George Kane, ed. E. D. Kennedy, R. Waldron, & J.

Allen, R. (ed.) 1984. King Horn: An Edition Based on Cambridge University Library MS Gg. 4.27(2). New York: Garland.

Allen, R. (trans.) 1992. Lawman: Brut. Everyman's Library. London: Dent.

Allen, Reddick (ed.) 2005. Samuel Johnson's Unpublished Revisions to the Dictionary of the English Language. CUP.

Allen, Robert Livingstone. 1996. The Verb System of Present-day American English. Janua Linguarum series practica, 24. The Hague & Paris: Mouton.

Allen, Rosamund, lucy Perry, & Jane Roberts (eds.) 2002. La3amon: Contexts, Language, and Interpretation. King's College London Medieval Studies, 19. London: King's College.

Allen, Rosamund. 2003. Heroic Women in Old and Middle English (CD). Chaucer Studio.

Allen, Valerie. 2004. The Age of Chaucer. CUP.

Allerton, David J. 1988. "Infinitives in English". Studies in Descriptive Linguistics 18: 11-23.

Allwood, J. & M. Ljung (eds). 1980 ALVAR: A linguistically varied assortment of readings. Studies presented to Alvar Ellegard on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Stockholm Papers in English Language and Literature 1. Department of English, University of Stockholm.