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[26071]   Buell, Leston , Jenneke van der Wal & and Kristina Riedel (2011) : What the Bantu languages can tell us about word order and movement
[27163]   Gibson, Hannah , Andriana Koumbarou , Lutz Marten & Jenneke van der Wal (2016) : Locating the Bantu conjoint/disjoint alternation in a typology of focus marking
[26232]   Kavari, Jekura U. , Lutz Marten & Jenneke Van Der Wal (2012) : Tone cases in Otjiherero: head-complement relations, linear order, and information structure
[26016]   van der Wal, Jenneke (2010) : Makhuwa non-subject relatives as participial modifiers
[26067]   van der Wal, Jenneke (2009) : Word order and information structure in Makhuwa-Enahara
[26068]   van der Wal, Jenneke (2008) : Agreement in thetic sentences in Bantu and Romance
[26069]   van der Wal, Jenneke (2006) : Predicative tone lowering in Makhuwa
[26070]   van der Wal, Jenneke (2011) : Focus excluding alternatives: conjoint/disjoint marking in Makhuwa
[26072]   van der Wal, Jenneke (2010) : Functions of demonstratives in Makhuwa narratives
[26229]   Van Der Wal, Jenneke (2012) : Space, time, condition: grammaticalisation of a demonstrative in Makhuwa
[26625]   van der Wal, Jenneke (2015) : A note on the (non-existing) passive in Matengo
[27162]   van der Wal, Jenneke (2016) : What is the conjoint/disjoint alternation? Parameters of crosslinguistic variation
[27160]   van der Wal, Jenneke & Larry M. Hyman (2016) : The Conjoint/Disjoint Alternation in Bantu
[27161]   van der Wal, Jenneke & Larry M. Hyman (Eds) (2016) : Introduction