Dialect-Dependent Differences in Duration and Degree of Darkness Figures of speech and speech in figures—academic
writing style and data presentation: a practical guide By Hans Jensen, Jens Hansen and Hannes Johannson
Published 2009. Hardback, 537 pages. Price: €78.87
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