50 Cent by Dan Rafter,J. D. Bogle

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M¨uller & A. von Stechow, eds, Wh-Scope Marking. Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. 101–130. Local Modelling of Non-Local Dependencies 43 Cole, Peter & Li-May Sung (1994): ‘Head Movement and Long Distance Reflexives’, Linguistic Inquiry 25, 355–406. Cole, Peter, Gabriella Hermon & Li-May Sung (1990): ‘Principles and Parameters of Long-Distance Reflexives’, Linguistic Inquiry 21, 1–22. Collins, Chris (1993): Topics in Ewe Syntax. PhD thesis, MIT, Cambridge, Mass. Collins, Chris (1994): ‘Economy of Derivation and the Generalized Proper Binding Condition’, Linguistic Inquiry 25, 45–61.

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As noted by Boeckx & Grohmann (2007) and Boeckx (2008), sentences like (51) also lack the enrichment of binding options by movement to intermediate positions although the most deeply embedded clause is a CP, and movement to the position of this CP domain should suffice for creating the new binding option. This suggests that the correct generalization might be that an intervening experiencer blocks the enrichment of binding options, quite independently of the nature of the landing site involved.

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