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      Rey L. Baird, “Essentials of  Junction Grammar.”  LINGUISTICS SYMPOSIUM: AUTOMATIC LANGUAGE PROCESSING, 30-31 March 1972. (Provo, Utah : BYU Language Research Center, 1972).

   Eldon G. Lytle, “Analyzing Linguistic Data.” From the syllabus of Linguistics 501, BYU, circa 1970.
   Eldon G. Lytle, “A Summary Comparison of Junction Grammar and Transformational Grammar.” First published in LINGUISTIC SYMPOSIUM: AUTOMATED LANGUAGE PROCESSING, 9 April 1974.  Republished in JUNCTION THEORY AND APPLICATION, V. 2, no. 2, Spring 1979. (Provo, Utah : BYU Translation Sciences Institute, 1979)

     Eldon G. Lytle, “An Overview of the Junction Grammar Model of  Language.” Revision of article first published in JUNCTION THEORY AND APPLICATION, v.1 no. 1, Fall 1977.  (Provo, Utah : BYU Translation Sciences Institute, 1977)

   Eldon G. Lytle, “Junction Grammar: Theory and Application.” THE SIXTH ANNUAL LACUS FORUM 1979. (Columbia, SC: Hornbeam Press, Incorporated, 1980)
   Eldon G. Lytle, “The Evolution of Junction Grammar.” JUNCTION THEORY AND APPLICATION, v.1 no. 1, Fall 1977.  (Provo, Utah : BYU Translation Sciences Institute, 1977)
   Eldon G. Lytle, “Doing More with Structure.” JUNCTION THEORY AND APPLICATION, V. 2, no. 2, Spring 1979. (Provo, Utah : BYU Translation Sciences Institute, 1979)
   Eldon G. Lytle, “Theoretical Implications of Structural Prepositions.” From the syllabus of Linguistics 501, BYU, circa 1975.
   Eldon G. Lytle, “Remarks on the Structure of Discourse.” LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS SYMPOSIUM, March 1972. (Provo, Utah : BYU Language Research Center, 1972).
  Eldon G. Lytle, “Junction Grammar as a Base for Dynamic Phonological Representation.” LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS SYMPOSIUM, 22-23 March 1976. (Provo, Utah : BYU Language Research Center, 1976).
Eldon G. Lytle, “Towards a Theory of Derivation.”  Expansion and refinement of the theory first set for in Lytle’s Ph.D. Dissertation (“Structural Derivation in Russian,” 1972)

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