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  1. The Mereological Structure of Distributivity: A Case Study of Binominal Each.Jess H.-K. Law - 2022 - Journal of Semantics 39 (1):159-211.
    Binominal each is known to exhibit selectional requirements on the noun phrase that immediately precedes it. The goal of this paper is to reduce these selectional requirements to a single requirement of monotonic growth of measurement in relation to the ‘size’ of distributivity. More concretely, it is argued that binominal each imposes a constraint on the functional dependencies arising from distributive quantification, requiring that the measurement of its host grows monotonically with the number of values being distributively quantified. To make (...)
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