When the stop-words say it all: On the pivotal role of grammatical signs in lexical patterns, and the importance of lexical patterns in the phraseology of science

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Colloque Corpus and LAnguage Variation In English Research (CLAVIER) 12, "Corpus and Genre in English for Academic Purposes", Apr 2012, Modena, Italy
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Christopher Gledhill. When the stop-words say it all: On the pivotal role of grammatical signs in lexical patterns, and the importance of lexical patterns in the phraseology of science. Colloque Corpus and LAnguage Variation In English Research (CLAVIER) 12, "Corpus and Genre in English for Academic Purposes", Apr 2012, Modena, Italy. 〈hal-01220631〉

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