Thomas F. Shannon

Thomas F. Shannon

is author of the following articles:

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Shannon, Thomas F.. 1997. “Word Order Change in Dutch as Reflected in the Ulespieghel ”. In NOWELE Volume 31/32 (November 1997): Germanic Studies, 361–388
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Shannon, Thomas F.. 1993. “Focus and the Extraposition of Noun Phrase Complement Clauses in Dutch”. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1993, 117–128
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Shannon, Thomas F.. 1992. “Split Intransitivity in German and Dutch”. In Recent Developments in Germanic Linguistics, 97
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Shannon, Thomas F.. 1991. “On the Syllabic Motivation of Inflectional Suffixes in Germanic”. In STAEFCRAEFT: Studies in Germanic Linguistics, 169
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Shannon, Thomas F.. 1990. “The unaccusative hypothesis and the history of the perfect auxiliary in Germanic and Romance”. In Historical Linguistics 1987: Papers from the 8th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Lille, August 30-September 4, 1987, 461
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Shannon, Thomas F.. 1987. “The rise and fall of final devoicing”. In Papers from the 7th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, 545