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Title: Review of E. Shay & U. Seibert (eds.) (2003) Motion, Direction and Location in Languages: In honor of Zygmunt Frajzyngier
Author: Steve Nicolle
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Institution: Canada Institute of Linguistics
Linguistic Field: Semantics; Typology
Abstract: This volume contains a lot of data that may be of use to typologists, as well as interesting analyses of a broadly functional and cognitive nature. The linguistic expression of motion, direction and location offers a wealth of material for typological analysis, and this volume is a welcome contribution to the field.
Type: Individual Paper
Status: Completed
Publication Info: Linguistic Typology 9: 147-150.


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