Lexical and grammatical number are cognitively and historically dissociable: A comment on overmann 2015

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Pages (from-to)351
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JournalCurrent Anthropology
Volume57
Issue number3
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Lexical and grammatical number are cognitively and historically dissociable : A comment on overmann 2015. / Everett, Caleb.

In: Current Anthropology, Vol. 57, No. 3, 01.06.2016, p. 351.

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