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Bond, O (2016) Negation through reduplication and tone: implications for the Lexical Functional Grammar/Paradigm Function Morphology interface Journal of Linguistics, 52 (2). pp. 277-310.

Bond, O and Chumakina, M (2016) Agreement domains and targets In: Archi: Complexities of agreement in cross-theoretical perspective. Oxford Studies of Endangered Languages (3). Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 43-76. ISBN 9780198747291

Bond, O, Corbett, GG, Chumakina, M and Brown, D (2016) Archi: Complexities of agreement in cross-theoretical perspective Oxford Studies of Endangered Languages . Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780198747291

Bond, Oliver, Corbett, Greville and Chumakina, Marina (2016) Introduction In: Archi: Complexities of agreement in cross-theoretical perspective. Oxford Studies of Endangered Languages (1). Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9780198747291

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Chumakina, M and Bond, O (2016) Competing controllers and agreement potential In: Archi: Complexities of agreement in cross-theoretical perspective. Oxford Studies of Endangered Languages (4). Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 77-117. ISBN 9780198747291

Chumakina, M, Bond, O and Corbett, GG (2016) Essentials of Archi grammar In: Archi: Complexities of agreement in cross-theoretical perspective. Oxford Studies of Endangered Languages (2). Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 17-42. ISBN 9780198747291

Corbett, GG (2016) Morphomic splits In: The Morphome Debate. Oxford University Press., pp. 64-88. ISBN 9780198702108

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