Stepping into the same river twice: On the discourse context analysis in the LANCHART project

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 Stepping into the same river twice : On the discourse context analysis in the LANCHART project. / Thøgersen, Jacob Martin; Gregersen, Frans; Nielsen, Søren Beck.

I: Acta Linguistica Hafniensia: International Journal of Linguistics , Bind 41, 2009, s. 30-63.

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Thøgersen, JM, Gregersen, F & Nielsen, SB 2009, ' Stepping into the same river twice: On the discourse context analysis in the LANCHART project', Acta Linguistica Hafniensia: International Journal of Linguistics , bind 41, s. 30-63.

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Thøgersen, J. M., Gregersen, F., & Nielsen, S. B. (2009).  Stepping into the same river twice: On the discourse context analysis in the LANCHART project. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia: International Journal of Linguistics , 41, 30-63.

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Thøgersen JM, Gregersen F, Nielsen SB.  Stepping into the same river twice: On the discourse context analysis in the LANCHART project. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia: International Journal of Linguistics . 2009;41:30-63.

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Thøgersen, Jacob Martin ; Gregersen, Frans ; Nielsen, Søren Beck. /  Stepping into the same river twice : On the discourse context analysis in the LANCHART project. I: Acta Linguistica Hafniensia: International Journal of Linguistics . 2009 ; Bind 41. s. 30-63.

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