The Phonology-Syntax Connection
Sharon Inkelas, Draga Zec
University of Chicago Press, May 8, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 428 pages
This work deals with the insolvency both of companies and of individuals. Its publication coincides with the coming into force of the radical amendments to insolvency law contained within the Enterprise Bill 2002. The book should be suitable for those studying insolvency at undergraduate or postgraduate level, and for those studying for professional examinations and practising in the area.
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