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Annotating the ICE corpora pragmatically – preliminary issues & steps

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Categorizing expressive speech acts in the pragmatically annotated SPICE Ireland corpus

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Representational Systems in Zoosemiotics and Anthroposemiotics Part II: On Meta-Representation and Human Language

functional asymmetry. In Diamond, S.J., Blizard, D.A. (Eds.), Evolution and lateralization of the brain . Annals of The New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 299, pp. 328–354. [49] Chomsky, N., 1995. The minimalist program . Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. [50] Boeckx, C., 2006. Linguistic minimalism: Origins, concepts, methods and aims . Oxford: Oxford University Press. [51] Boeckx, C. (Ed.) 2006. Minimalist essays . Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [52] Al-Mutairi, F.R., 2014. The minimalist program: The nature and plausibility of Chomsky

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