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  • The linguist who first proposed an answer to that question was Jean-Yves Pollock, in his seminal article “Verb Movement, Universal Grammar, and the Structure of IP”, in Linguistic Inquiry, 20, 365-424 (1989).

    X is for X-bar Theory « An A-Z of ELT

  • Mr. Ben Ali "always acted in what he considered the Tunisian people's best interest," Jean-Yves Le Borgne, a French lawyer for the former president said in a statement.

    How 'The Family' Controlled Tunisia

  • "Michel, we're accusing you of corruption in an organized group, threatening the interests of Renault and ultimately working for a foreign power," said Jean-Yves Coudriou , vice president for senior executive management, according to Mr. Balthazard's lawyer.

    In French Spy Case, Intrigue and Haste

  • Then, in 1982, Away formed Voivod with singer Denis "Snake" Bélanger, bass-player Jean-Yves "Blacky" Thériault and guitarist Denis "Piggy" D'Amour.

    Voivod and the 1984 demo tape that changed heavy metal

  • Eight cancer cases among women with PIP implants were announced last week by Professor Jean-Yves Grall, director general at the French health ministry.

    NHS patients believed to be among faulty French breast implant victims

  • Jean-Yves Devloo , equity analyst for European property at ING Groep NV, said recent news wouldn't force ProLogis to increase its offer and that there was no valuation ground minorities could use to demand a higher bid.

    ProLogis European Rejects Takeover Bid

  • Start her off with training wheels: three months of frozen pastries, created by Galaxy Desserts chef Jean-Yves Charon, delivered to her door.

    Get it for your Mama

  • From foie gras producer Robert Dupérier to star butter-maker Jean-Yves Bordier, being able to cite the name of food providers has become proof of traceability and quality.

    In Paris, One Butcher Is a Cut Above the Rest

  • The tradition has served Jean-Yves Thibaudet well.

    A Classicist in the Modern Age

  • Jean-Yves Le Borgne, lawyer for former Chirac chief of staff Remy Chardon, argued in court that the statute of limitations had run out on the case in Paris — and that the Nanterre case was joined to it just to get around that fact.

    Ex-French leader Jacques Chirac on trial for corruption

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