19.1799, TOC: Journal of Historical Pragmatics 9/2 (2008)

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Date: 04-Jun-2008
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Subject: Journal of Historical Pragmatics Vol 9, No 2 (2008)


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Publisher:	John Benjamins
Journal Title:  Journal of Historical Pragmatics 
Volume Number:  9 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2008 

Main Text:  

Table of contents


The pragmatics of and-conjunctives in Middle English medical recipes: A
Relevance Theory description 
Francisco Alonso-Almeida 171-199  

The directionality of grammaticalization in Spanish 
Concepción Company Company 200-224  

>From the bridal letter to online flirting: Changes in text type from the
nineteenth century to the Internet era 
Eva L. Wyss 225-254 
The interlocking paths of development to emphasizer adjective pure 
Sigi Vandewinkel and Kristin Davidse 255-287  

A historical and collexeme analysis of the development of the compromiser fairly 
Hélène Margerie 288-314  


Dániel Z. Kádár. Terms of (Im)politeness: A Study of the Communicational
Properties of Traditional Chinese (Im)polite Terms of Address 
Reviewed by Janet Zhiqun Xing 315-319 

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

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