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Hobbes and Heresy: Conceptual Blends and How People React to Them
by Michael Fiddler and David Ford
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Students
Reciprocal Constructions in Biblical Hebrew
by Jonathan Jay
Storytelling For Peace-Building: Toward Sustainable Cultural Diversity
by Robert Guy Mckee, Ph.D.
SIL International – Africa Area
The Tripartite Nominal Clause in Biblical Hebrew: An Analysis of Extraposition with Verbless Clauses
by Steven Woodard Jr.
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics