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Michaela Zemková

] Locke, J.L., Pearson, D.M., 1990. Linguistic significance of babbling: Evidence from a tracheotomised infant. Journal of Child Language , 17(1), 1–16. DOI: 10.1017/S0305000900013076. [13] Newport, E.L., Meier, R.P., 1985. The acquisition of American sign language. In Slobin, D.I. (Ed.), The cross-linguistic study of language acquisition. Volume 1: The data. Vol. 2. Theoretical issues . Hillsdale, NJ, US: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., pp. 881–938. [14] Gildersleeve-Neumann, Ch.E., Davis, B.L., Macneilage, P F., 2013. Syllabic patterns in the early

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://www.moshier.net/catalogues/Batteau_Markey.pdf >. [5] Gardner, A.R., Gardner, B.T., 1969. Teaching sign language to a Chimpanzee. Science , 165, 664–672. [6] Gardner, B.T., Gardner, A.R., 1971. Two-way communication with an infant Chimpanzee. In Schrier, A.M., Stollnitz, F. (Eds.), Behavior of nonhuman primates: Modern research trends, vol 4 . Academic Press, pp. 117–184. [7] Gardner, B.T., Gardner, A.R., 1974. Comparing the early utterances of child and Chimpanzee. In Pick, A. (Ed.), Minnesota symposium on child psychology, vol. 8 . Minnesota, United States: University of Minnesota Press. pp. 3

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development in humans and gorilla infants. Journal of Human Evolution , 7, 133–141. [138] Greenfield, P.M., Savage-Rumbaugh, S.E., 1993. Comparing communicative competence in child and chimp: The pragmatics of repetition. Journal of Child Language , 20, 1–26. [139] Dalby, M.A., 1977. Aetiological studies in language retarded children. Neuropediatrics , 8(1), 499–500. [140] Prior, M.R., Frolley, M., Sanson, A., 1983. Language lateralization in specific reading retarded children and backward readers. Cortex , 19(2), 149–163. [141] Fowler, A

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Vilém Řehák

come here in the 1990s or early this century , the agenda would have included human rights , greater political freedom , release of political prisoners , free assembly , even electoral playing field , liberalisation of the economy and presidential term limits. But last week we spoke about shared values , entrepreneurship , the rise of a new Africa , a wide spectrum of partnership opportunities and investment. In other words , the USA was not “ talking baby ” to a petulant infant; it was having a rational conversation with a mature and responsible grown up