Determiner sharing and non-constituent coordination are two relatively old, but relatively uninvestigated phenomena, especially within mainstream gen- erative syntax. The peculiarity of both phenomena has led to a number of interesting, but not entirely satisfactory, accounts; to date, no real account of determiner sharing exists, and the best accounts of non-constituent coor- dination come from the categorial theories. In this paper I will attempt to give a account of both that relies on nothing more then fairly run-of-the-mill technology that exists within mainstream syntactic theory.