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 Topic, Pronoun, and Agreement in ChicheĊµa
 Joan Bresnan, Sam A. McHombo
 Language, Vol. 63, No. 4 (Dec., 1987), pp. 741782
 Subjects: Linguistics, American Indian Studies
 Key terms: pronoun, anaphoric, topic, agreement, pronominal, object, grammatical, anaphorically, chiche, clause, incorporated, argument, function, discourse, hunter, subject, hyena, marker, terrorist, prefix, anaphora, nominal, focus, predicator, sentence
 CiteRank: 0.9237

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 Control and Complementation
 Joan Bresnan
 Linguistic Inquiry, Vol. 13, No. 3 (Summer, 1982), pp. 343434
 Subjects: Linguistics, American Indian Studies
 Key terms: lexical, function, category, grammatical, argument, syntactic, feature, semantic, predicate, theory, encoding, mohanan, nonconfigurational, subject, structure, constituent, phrase, preposition, configurational, object, language, relations, categorial, grammar, complementation
 CiteRank: 0.8205

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 The Theory of Multiplicative Arithmetic Functions
 R. Vaidyanathaswamy
 Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Vol. 33, No. 2 (Apr., 1931), pp. 579662
 Subjects: Mathematics
 Key terms: multiplicative, function, argument, generate, multiplication, arithmetical, convolute, composite, convolution, linear, prime, theorem, divisor, composition, series, integral, compounding, element, rational, product, property, ramanujan, identity, arithmetic
 CiteRank: 0.9743

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 The Additive Fallacy
 Shelly Kagan
 Ethics, Vol. 99, No. 1 (Oct., 1988), pp. 531
 Subjects: Philosophy
 Key terms: moral, factor, additive, case, contrast, argument, status, ubiquity, difference, morally, assumption, distinction, governing, genuine, contribution, thesis, function, relevance, overall, allow, constant, relevant, particular, strategy
 CiteRank: 0.874

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 Post's Problem, Admissible Ordinals, and Regularity
 Gerald E. Sacks
 Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Vol. 124, No. 1 (Jul., 1966), pp. 123
 Subjects: Mathematics, Philosophy, Statistics
 Key terms: ordinal, enumerable, recursive, finite, subgeneric, infinitely, theorem, recursively, finitely, kripke, regular, weakly, function, bound, admissible, kreisel, lemma, recursion, infinite, suppose, regularity, kleene, proof, argument
 CiteRank: 0.9851

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 Is Mathematical Rigor Necessary in Physics?
 Kevin Davey
 The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 54, No. 3 (Sep., 2003), pp. 439463
 Subjects: Physics, Philosophy, Mathematics, History of Science & Technology
 Key terms: physic, physicist, delta, mathematical, inferentially, rigor, integral, quantum, mechanic, mathematically, restrictive, function, rigorou, mathematics, methodology, concept, argument, mathematician, permissive, liberal, dirac, violation, inferential
 CiteRank: 0.9017

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 Estimation of Policy Preference Functions: An Application to U.S. Beef Import Quotas
 Gordon C. Rausser, J. W. Freebairn
 The Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 56, No. 4 (Nov., 1974), pp. 437449
 Subjects: Development Studies, Statistics, Finance, Economics, Marketing & Advertising, Transportation Studies, Mathematics
 Key terms: policy, preference, function, producer, variable, maker, decision, bargaining, import, parameter, consumer, quota, econometric, trade, marginal, argument, welfare, aggregate, cattle, income, approach
 CiteRank: 0.9718

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 Warlpiri and the Grammar of NonConfigurational Languages
 Ken Hale
 Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1983), pp. 547
 Subjects: Linguistics, American Indian Studies
 Key terms: warlpiri, argument, nonpast, nominal, configurational, lexical, clause, bresnan, structure, category, phrase, sentence, object, language, subject, person, grammatical, function, assigned, kangaroo, principle, configurationality, absolutive, projection, ergative
 CiteRank: 0.89

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 Boundary Crossing Probabilities for the Wiener Process and Sample Sums
 Herbert Robbins, David Siegmund
 The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 41, No. 5 (Oct., 1970), pp. 14101429
 Subjects: Mathematics, Statistics
 Key terms: lemma, theorem, proof, martingale, probability, convergence, letting, sufficiently, crossing, follow, boundary, wiener, converge, example, obtain, thatf, continuou, denote, argument, path, define, decrease, function, dominate
 CiteRank: 0.9941

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 The Benefit of Crises for Economic Reforms
 Allan Drazen, Vittorio Grilli
 The American Economic Review, Vol. 83, No. 3 (Jun., 1993), pp. 598607
 Subjects: Finance, Economics, Development Studies, Transportation Studies
 Key terms: inflation, utility, distortionary, tax, welfare, agreement, stabilization, optimal, crisis, policy, expect, seigniorage, monetization, indexation, concede, alesina, individual, taxation, function, expenditure, government, concession, argument, consumption
 CiteRank: 0.922

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