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(with Norbert Corver and Jenny Doetjes, eds.) Special Issue: Linguistic perspectives on numerical expressions. Lingua 117.5.

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Event shape: Paths in the semantics of verbs. Paper presented at the Workshop on the geometric structure of events, Konstanz October 7-8, 2004.

Case marking direction: The accusative in German PPs. In J. Bunting et al. eds. CLS 42-2: Papers from the 42rd Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, 93-107.

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(with Helen de Hoop) Formal Semantics and Cross-Linguistic Data. Online Proceedings of ESSLLI Workshop. Edinburgh.

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Competition between Word Meanings: The Polysemy of (A)Round. In Cecile Meier & Matthias Weisgerber, eds., Proceedings of SuB8. Konstanz: University of Konstanz Linguistics Working Papers, 349-360.


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Review of Negation and Polarity: Syntactic and Semantic Perspectives, by Laurence R. Horn and Yasusiko Kato. In Notes on Linguistics 3.4, 229-230.


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X' Syntax - X' Semantics: On the Interpretation of Lexical and Functional Heads. Doctoral Dissertation, Utrecht University.

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