Ambiguity and the principle of idiosyncratic interpretation

C.J. Deemter, van

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationWorking Papers of the Institute for Logic & Linguistic, Working Paper 29
    Place of PublicationHeidelberg
    PublisherIBM
    Pages91-111
    Publication statusPublished - 1997

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    Deemter, van, C. J. (1997). Ambiguity and the principle of idiosyncratic interpretation. In Working Papers of the Institute for Logic & Linguistic, Working Paper 29 (pp. 91-111). Heidelberg: IBM.
    Deemter, van, C.J. / Ambiguity and the principle of idiosyncratic interpretation. Working Papers of the Institute for Logic & Linguistic, Working Paper 29. Heidelberg : IBM, 1997. pp. 91-111
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    Deemter, van, CJ 1997, Ambiguity and the principle of idiosyncratic interpretation. in Working Papers of the Institute for Logic & Linguistic, Working Paper 29. IBM, Heidelberg, pp. 91-111.

    Ambiguity and the principle of idiosyncratic interpretation. / Deemter, van, C.J.

    Working Papers of the Institute for Logic & Linguistic, Working Paper 29. Heidelberg : IBM, 1997. p. 91-111.

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    Deemter, van CJ. Ambiguity and the principle of idiosyncratic interpretation. In Working Papers of the Institute for Logic & Linguistic, Working Paper 29. Heidelberg: IBM. 1997. p. 91-111