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Munich: Beck. Lightfoot, David 1999 The Development of Language: Acquisition, Change and Evolution. Malden: Blackwell. Meier-Brügger, Michael 2003 Indo-European Linguistics. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter. Meillet, Antoine, and Joseph Vendryes 1979 Traité de grammaire comparée des langues classiques. 5th ed. revised by Joseph Vendryes. Paris: Champion. Prolegomena 17 Miller, D. Gary 2002 Non-Finite Structures in Theory and Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Newmeyer, Frederick J. 2003 Grammar is grammar and usage is usage.
With this development there was probably an increasing sensitivity to the diatopic difference between Roman and non-Roman 22. Cf. Mioni (2004). 23. A first attempt to exploit the methods of modern sociolinguistics is in Molinelli (1999). 24. See Baldi (2002: 319). Syntax, sociolinguistics, and literary genres 27 linguistic features. The non-Roman features were Latin as well as non-Latin. 25 In the literary texts we sometimes get a few glimpses of the lower level of speech to which such words originally belonged.
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