|2.1||Percentages of signers in various European countries who replied they could always understand another signer from (a) a town 100 kilometers away and (b) their own town||25|
|4.1||Centralization and orientation toward Martha's Vineyard||68|
|4.2||(r) indices for three social classes in five styles in New York City||69|
|4.3||Percentage of multiple negation in Detroit African American English by gender and social class||70|
|4.4||Percentages of -t, d deletion in Detroit African American English by linguistic environment and social class||72|
|4.5||Variability in spoken and sign languages||90|
|4.6||Variable processes in spoken and sign languages||92|
|4.7||Internal constraints on variable units in spoken and sign languages||94|
|7.1||Factors that influence judgments||200|
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Publication information: Book title: The Sociolinguistics of Sign Languages. Contributors: Ceil Lucas - Editor. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Place of publication: Cambridge, England. Publication year: 2001. Page number: x.
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