Editors-in-Chief by Alan R Katritzky; Charles W Rees

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Content material: v. 1, pt. 1. creation, nomenclature, evaluate literature, organic features, business makes use of, less-common heteroatoms / editor, Otto Meth-Cohn -- v. 2, pt. 2A. 6-membered earrings with one nitrogen atom / editors, A. John Boulton and Alexander McKillop -- v. three, pt. 2B. 6-membered with oxygen, sulfur or or extra nitrogen atoms / editors, A. John Boulton and Alexander McKillop -- v. four, pt. three. 5-membered earrings with one oxygen, sulfur or nitrogen atom / editors, Clive W. chook and Gordon W.H. Cheeseman -- v. five, pt. 4A. 5-membered earrings with or extra nitrogen atoms / editors, Kevin T. Potts -- v. 6, pt. 4B. 5-membered jewelry with or extra oxygen, sulfur or nitrogen atoms / editor, Kevin T. Potts -- v. 7, pt. five. Small and big earrings / editor, Walter Lwowski -- v. eight, pt. 6. Indexes

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If, for example, a wh-phrase in a long-distance question passes successive-cyclically through the edge of vP or CP (the edge being there because of the ‘extra’ EPP (or P) feature, as per (23)), we should be able to see evidence of it having passed through that edge. This is illustrated schematically in (24). (24) [CP WH [Cʹ C . . [vP WH [vʹ v . . [CP WH [Cʹ C . . [vP WH v [VP V WH ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] As briefly mentioned above, there are at least two major versions of the Phase Impenetrability Condition: one from Chomsky’s (2000) ‘Minimalist Inquiries’ and the other one from Chomsky’s (2001) ‘Derivation by Phase’.

20 XP (43) YP Y X′ ZP X WP With the concept of Multiple Spell-Out in mind, let us look at how the theoretical pieces we have seen so far come together. The example we will look at is given in (44a); its Numeration, given in (44b), contains two phase heads, indicated in bold. This means that that there are two subarrays, each containing one phase head. If DP is a phase – a possibility which I abstract away from until Chapter 4 – the Numeration will be (44c) instead. (44) a. Parrots like nuts. b.

2013 11:49AM 40 Introducing phases (36) a. Maria1 managed [PRO1 to go for a walk]. b. 16, 17 vP (37) v VP managed CP C TP T′ PRO T vP PRO go for walk Thus, in order to allow Agree between T and PRO in such cases, Landau modifies the Phase Impenetrability Condition. He does not take the route Bošković took (essentially exempting Agree from PIC). Instead, he allows Agree into the complement domain under certain circumstances, namely when the Goal in this 16 17 The only difference between subject and object control in both Exhaustive and Partial Control cases is that the first Agree relationship is between v and the object (rather than T and the subject).

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