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defined as cases where an interconnected phrase consisting of two words is interrupted by one word or more. In rhetoric theory, such a discontinuous structure is called ‘hyperbaton’. Its primary function is to em–phasize the first element of the

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explicit marking of constituents' margins (cf. grammaticalization of determiners, decrease in hyperbaton and other discontinuous structures). However, we also note that this novel strategy exploits means of the ‘old grammar' (‘synthetic' case inflection

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