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This paper investigates the distribution of negation strategies in Turkish Sign Language (TİD) in the light of frequency-based data from a naturalistic TİD Corpus. On the basis of frequency occurrences, this study offers a novel account of negation on typological grounds: (i) by focusing on nonmanual markers, we propose that a clause can be negated with a nonmanual element onlya pattern that has been typologically proposed for other sign languages -while previous studies classified TİD as adoi:10.18492/dad.853176 fatcat:4pepysnqcbbr3dvzktq2lgd254