Agreement patterns are analyzed in the relative clauses which we classify as disjunctive, i.e. clauses with co-referential terms Ant(ecedent) and Rel(ative pronoun) co-occurring as the independent entities. The Ant-Rel agreement in the syntactic context examined, by transferring the government-imposed status of Ant from the main to the subordinate (relative) clause, fails to display the syntactic position of the Rel-represented Ant from the perspective of the relative clause. From this point of view, the conflict between Ant-Rel agreement and Rel-centred government will be studied on the case representation, real or virtual, with the linking operator 'allauá'.
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