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Ideological elements in the phraseological units with the word woman in the Academic Dictionary of the XVIIIth and XIXth centuries
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Comparative study on pragmatic mitigation in the Catalan language: prototypical colloquial conversations-peripheral colloquial conversations
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Humor as a regulatory face work mechanism within the parliamentary debate
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