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"Anne Abeillé draws together a collection of fifteen short pieces focused primarily on the issues that come up in creating treebanks, demonstrated across an impressive variety of languages, along with six chapters on how treebanks are used. … For computational linguists working on automatic parsing, a pass through this book should be required … . The reader … will be rewarded with a clear sense of the challenge and the promise of systematically applying theoretically motivated linguistic representations to ‘language in the large’." (Philip Resnik, Language, Vol. 83 (4), 2007)