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1. A Window on the Past: "Colonial Lag" and New Zealand Evidence for the Phonology of Nineteenth-Century English–Peter Trudgill
2. "He Bes Took Up with a Yankee Girl and Moved Up There to New York:" The Verb bes in the Carolinas and Its History–Michael Montgomery and Margaret Mishoe
3. The Ascent of guy–Steven J. Clancy
4. Among the New Words–Wayne Glowka, Brenda K. Lester, Hope Blume, Charles Farmer, Keith Hendrix, Mary Nolan Joiner, Deidra Lines, Randall Lastinger, Denzil R. Pugh, Nicholas Roberts, and Barry Popik
5. Contact Languages: A Wider Perspective, edited by Sarah G. Thomason–Robin Sabino
6. Ulster and North America: Transatlantic Perspectives on the Scoth–Irish, edited by H. Tyler Blethen and Curtis Wood–Jack W. Weaver
7. The Change of Government of commit 'pledge/bind oneself'–Michael Shapiro
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