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Is it possible to have a determiner without a complement?

I thought about my question and the arguments presented by others. Most arguments look at the question from the Chomskian point of view, while we can look at the word's properties. Let's look at the ...
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Is it possible to have a determiner without a complement?

It depends on your analysis, but many syntacticians take personal pronouns like "he" to be of category D without any c-selectional features (particularly if they like their noun phrases ...
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