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Topicalization and focalization: a preliminary exploration of the Hebrew left periphery Shlonsky, Ur 2014
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Referential third person null subjects in Hebrew Shlonsky, Ur 2014
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On some properties of nominals in Hebrew and Arabic, the construct state and the mechanisms of AGREE and MOVE Shlonsky, Ur 2012
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Hebrew as a partial null-subject language Shlonsky, Ur 2009
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Projection étendue et cartographie de SC Shlonsky, Ur 2006
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Subject positions and copular constructions Shlonsky, Ur 2000
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Weak Pronouns as LF Clitics: Clustering and Adjacency Effects in the Pronominal Systems of German and Hebrew Laenzlinger, Christopher; Shlonsky, Ur 1997
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Subject agreement and the IP sandwich Shlonsky, Ur 1996
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Impersonal Passives Shlonsky, Ur; Lappin, Shalom 1993
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Verb second in Hebrew Shlonsky, Ur; Doron, Edit 1992
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Resumptive pronouns as a last resort Shlonsky, Ur 1992
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Quantifiers as functional heads: A study of quantifier float in Hebrew Shlonsky, Ur 1991
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Pro in Hebrew subject inversion Shlonsky, Ur 1990
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Complementizer-cliticization in Hebrew and the empty category principle Shlonsky, Ur 1988
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A Note on Neg Raising Shlonsky, Ur 1988