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Huang, Shuanfan. 1994. "Pause As a Window On the Mind and the Grammar: Evidence From Spoken Chinese Discourse." In East Asian linguistics, edited by Shoichi, et al. Iwasaki. 56-81. Dept. of Linguistics, University of California, Santa Barbara. cite. STATS (1)
Baek, Eung-jin. 1987. "The Pause in Middle Korean." In Harvard studies in Korean linguistics II--Proceedings of the 1987 Harvard Workshop on Korean Linguistics (Harvard WOKL-1987), February 13-14, 1987, edited by Susumu, et al Kuno. 319-327. Hanshin. cite. STATS
Pausacker, Helen. 2004. "Presidents As Punakawan: Portrayal of National Leaders As Clown-servants in Central Javanese Wayang." In Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 35 , no. 2: 213. cite. STATS
Kowal, Sabine and Daniel C. O'connell. 1999. "Pausen Als Lese-Zeichen Im Chinesischen Und Deutschen. Eine Vergleichende Psycholinguistische Studie." In Zeichen lesen, Lese-zeichen: Kultursemiotische Vergleiche von Leseweisen in Deutschland un China, edited by Jurgen Wertheimer and Susanne Gosse. 127-138. Stauffenburg Verlag. cite. STATS
DJVU PDF Paus, Charles. 1997. "Variability On Cambodian Copular Constructions: a Semantic Analysis." In Papers in Southeast Asian Linguistics No. 16, edited by M. Clark. 16: 119-131. Pacific Linguistics, the Australian National University. cite. STATS
Paus, Charles. 1997. "Copula Constructions in Khmer." In Papers in Southeast Asian linguistics , No. 16, edited by M. Clark. 119-131. Australian National Univ., Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies. cite. STATS