SYNTAX: situation where two referring expressions are not
disjoint in reference, but not strictly
EXAMPLE: the ill-formed idiom *we lost my way requires we and my to be strictly co-referential (cf. I lost my way), but we and my only have an overlapping reference, hence the ill-formedness.
|LIT.||Chomsky, N. (1981)|
Lasnik, H. (1989)