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Proceedings of the 2004 Texas Linguistics Society Conference: Issues at the Semantics-Pragmatics Interface
edited by Pascal Denis, Eric McCready, Alexis Palmer, and Brian Reese
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Pascal Denis, Eric McCready, Alexis Palmer, and Brian Reese
v (abstract or complete paper)

French Intonation and Attitude Attribution
Claire Beyssade and Jean-Marie Marandin
1-12 (abstract or complete paper)

Brands of Perfects: Semantics and Pragmatics
Patrick Caudal and Laurent Roussarie
13-27 (abstract or complete paper)

Coreferential Interpretations of Reflexives in Picture Noun Phrases: An Experimental Approach
Micah B. Goldwater and Jeffrey T. Runner
28-34 (abstract or complete paper)

Implicature Unsuspendable: Japanese Contrastive wa
Yurie Hara
35-45 (abstract or complete paper)

Distributivity and Interpretation: In Support of a Modal Treatment of the Progressive
Susie Jones
46-59 (abstract or complete paper)

Subjunctive Relative Clauses
Francesca Panzeri
60-68 (abstract or complete paper)

Toward a Uniform Analysis of Short Answers and Gapping
Ingo Reich
69-78 (abstract or complete paper)

On the Semantics of German Declarative and Interrogative Root and Complement Clauses
Kerstin Schwabe
79-91 (abstract or complete paper)

The Pragmatics and Semantics of Temporal Meaning
Carlota S. Smith
92-106 (abstract or complete paper)

Perfective Aspect and Transition in Mandarin Chinese: An Analysis of Double -le Sentences
Hooi Ling Soh and Meijia Gao
107-122 (abstract or complete paper)

Rhetorical Relations in Verbal Eventual Representations? Evidence from Psych Verbs
Alexandros Tantos
123-136 (abstract or complete paper)

The Definiteness Effect in English Have Sentences
Shiao Wei Tham
137-149 (abstract or complete paper)

Definite and Indefinite Free Choice Items: Evidence from English, French and Greek
Evangelia Vlachou
150-159 (abstract or complete paper)