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What does the abreviation INFLNFL stand for? What is the meaning of INFLNFL and where does it appear in the syntactic tree-construction?

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Welcome to Linguistics.SE, Bettina! For the sake of completeness, could you provide a bit more of context? Where did you see/hear these acronyms? What triggered your curiosity about this? –  Otavio Macedo Oct 23 '12 at 16:33
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Assuming you're interested in linguistics proper, INFL was proposed in Chomsky 1981, from INFL(ection); now it is usually known as T. As for INFLNFL, it looks like some notation no longer used, either - Chomsky 1993? –  Alex B. Oct 24 '12 at 1:51
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I concur with @AlexB. that INFL just looks like Chomsky's T, but I haven't seen INFLNFL anywhere except (by Google search) a single article on Spanish grammar where it could possibly be a typo. Do you have more context? where did you see this? –  Mark Beadles Oct 24 '12 at 12:32
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