|4.1 Percentage of convicts to Australia according to county of trial ||69|
|4.2 A comparison of key features of AusE, NZE and SAfE ||82|
|5.1 The treatment of selected non-standard preterite forms in grammars represented in the OGREVE ||97|
|5.2 Distribution of stem forms of strong verbs according to lexical identity, verb-class membership and text frequency in four varieties of Early AAE ||104|
|5.3 Four independent variable rule analyses of the contribution of factors selected as significant to the presence of verbal -s in third-person plural in four varieties of Early AAE ||108|
|10.1 The gender distribution of I THINK (per 10,000 words) in four seventeenth-century registers ||200|
|10.2 Gender advantage in ten Early Modern English processes of change ||204|
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Book title: Alternative Histories of English.
Contributors: Richard Watts - Editor, Peter Trudgill - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: x.
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