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2006“But why do I describe what all must see?”: Verbal explication in the Stuart MasqueKołodziejska, Agnieszka
2006Ideas of landscape in John Keats’ Teignmouth poemsMacKenzie, Clayton G.
2006A popular code for the annunciation in Medieval English lyricsKowalik, Barbara
2006Nature’s farthest verge or landscapes beyond allegory and rhetorical convention? The case of "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" and Petrarch’s "Ascent of Mount Ventoux"Sobecki, Sebastian
2006De same ole Huck – America’s speculum meditantis. A (p)re-viewSemrau, Janusz
2006Studies on Old and Middle English literature in Poland (1910-2006)Bukowska, Joanna
2006Syntactic innovation processes in Nigerian EnglishIgboanusi, Herbert
2006A multi-dimensional description of Subject assignment in English: A corpus-based studyRodríguez Juárez, Carolina
2006Chicken or hen?: Domestic fowl metaphors denoting human beingsde la Cruz Cabanillas, Isabel; Tejedor Martínez, Cristina
2006Some contextual considerations in the use of synonymous verbs: The case of steal, rob, and burglarizeSaeed, Aziz Thabit; Fareh, Shehdeh
2006The formal composition of puns in Shakespeare’s "Love’s Labour’s Lost": A corpus-based studyAdamczyk, Magdalena
2006Scandinavian loanwords in English in the 15th centuryBator, Magdalena
2006Anglo-Saxon verbs of sounds: Semantic architecture, lexical representation and constructionsCortes Rodriguez, Francesco J.; Gonzalez Orta, Marta
2006The semantic dissolution of the structure in ME shulen on its path to epistemicityWawrzyniak, Agnieszka
2006Thou and ye: A collocational-phraseological approach to pronoun change in Chaucer’s Canterbury TalesKnappe, Gabriele; Schumann, Michael
2006Verb forms in medieval Anglo-Irish textsJakubowski, Piotr
2006On derivational suffixes in three Late Middle English romances: Guy of Warwick, Bevis of Hampton, and Sultan of BabylonJakubowski, Piotr
2006LME -ship(e)Ciszek, Ewa
2006Markers of futurity in Old English and the grammaticalization of shall and willWischer, Ilse
2006In-phrases from a semantic perspective: Evidence from The York CycleMourón-Figueroa, Cristina
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