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Number of items at this level: 11.

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Biber, Douglas (1993) Co-occurrence patterns among collocations: A tool for corpus-based lexical knowledge acquisition. Computational Linguistics, 19 (3). pp. 531-538. ISSN 1530-9312

Biber, Douglas (1999) Exploring textual data (book review). Computational Linguistics, 25 (1). pp. 165-166. ISSN 1530-9312

Biber, Douglas (2012) Register as a predictor of linguistic variation. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 8 (1). pp. 9-37. ISSN 1613-7035

Bogorevich, Valeriia (2018) Native and non-native raters of L2 speaking performance: accent familiarity and cognitive processes. Doctoral thesis, Northern Arizona University.

Brown, Daniel (2017) The interaction between grammatical knowledge and explicitness in L2 written corrective feedback. Doctoral thesis, Northern Arizona University.

Brun-Mercer, Nicole (2018) Nations united through discourse: a corpus analysis of UN general assembly addresses. Doctoral thesis, Northern Arizona University.

C

Chen, Meishan (2018) A comparison of the situational and linguistic features of high-profile criminal trials and TV series courtroom trials. Doctoral thesis, Northern Arizona University.

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Francis, Norbert (2013) Music contact and language contact: A proposal for comparative research. Linguistic Review, 30 (1). 1–24. ISSN 1613-3676

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Lesnov, Roman O. (2018) The role of content-rich visuals in the L2 academic listening assessment construct. Doctoral thesis, Northern Arizona University.

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Noor, Shagofah (2018) Reading comprehension tests: reading-to-write-a-synthesis and gap-filling. Masters thesis, Northern Arizona University.

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Wilce, James M. (2000) The poetics of "Madness": Shifting codes and styles in the linguistic construction of identity in Matlab, Bangladesh. Cultural Anthropology, 15 (1). pp. 3-34. ISSN 1548-1360

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