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Kendall, C. B. 1991. The Metrical Grammar of 'Beowulf'. CUP.

Kendall, S. and Tannen, D. 1997 "Gender and language in the workplace", in Wodak, R. (ed) Gender and Discourse. London: Sage.

Kennedy C. & L. McNally. 1999. "From Event Structure to Scale Structure: Degree Modification in Deverbal Adjectives". SALT 9: 16380.

Kennedy, A. G. 1915. The Pronoun of Address in English Literature in the 13th Century. Leland Stanford Jr Univ. Publications.

Kennedy, A. G. 1916. "French Culture and Early ME Forms of Address". Fluegel Memorial Volume, Stanford University Publications, Series 21: 2007.

Kennedy, A. G. 1961. A Bibliography of Writings on the English Language from the Beginning of Printing to the End of 1922. New York: Hafner Publishing Co.

Kennedy, Arthur Garfield. 1920. The Modern English VerbAdverb Combination. Language and Literature, 1,1. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Kennedy, C. W. 1971. The Earliest English Poetry: A Critical Survey of the Poetry Written Before the Norman Conquest with Illustrative Translations. Rowan & Littlefield.

Kennedy, E. D. et al. (eds.) 1988. Medieval English Studies Presented to George Kane. D. S. Brewer.

Kennedy, G. 1997. An Introductionto Corpus Linguistics. Longman.

Kennedy, G.D. 1987 "Quantification and the use of English: A case study of one aspect of the learner's task". Applied Linguistics 8: 264286.

Kennedy, G.D. 1987 "Expressing temporal frequency in academic English". TESOL Quarterly 21: 6986.

Kennedy, Ruth (ed.) 2003. Three Alliterative Saints' Hymns: Late Middle English Stanzaic Poems. EETS o.s. 321. Oxford University Press.

Kenny, A. 1982. The Computation of Style: An Introduction to Statistics for Students of Literature and Humanities. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

ケニィ、アンソニー(吉岡 健一 (訳). 1996. 『文章の計量―文学研究のための計量文体学入門』 南雲堂.


Kenny, K. Dallas. 1996. Language Loss & the Crisis of Cognition: Between Socio & Psycholinguistics. Mouton de Gruyter.

Kent, C. 1890. "Of the Use of the Negative by Chaucer, with Particular Reference to the particle ne". PMLA 5: 10947.

Kenyon, A. G. 1914. "Ye and you in the King James version". Proceedings of Modern Language Association of America 29: 45371.

Kenyon, J. S. 1909. The Syntax of the Infinitive in Chaucer. London: Oxfrod University Press.

Kenyon, J. S. 1951. "On the Position of Only". College English 13 (2): 1167.