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Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics
Vol 45 (2016)
Table of Contents
From vectors to waves and streams: An alternative approach to semantic maps
Using frames to determine ordinary meaning in court cases: the case of "plant" and "vermin"
Terrence R Carney
Some Syntactic Features of Relative Constructions in the Greek New Testament
Herman C du Toit
On the structure and variation of 'hace' as a temporal expression
Impact measurement: towards creating a flexible evaluation design for academic literacy interventions
Ilse Fouche, Tobie van Dyk, Gustav Butler
Frequency effects and structural change - the Afrikaans preterite
First-year university students' receptive and productive use of academic vocabulary
Levelling-out and register variation in the translations of experienced and inexperienced translators: a corpus-based study