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Caballero, Rosario Re-Viewing Space De Gruyter Mouton 2006
Caballero, Rosario Sensuous Cognition De Gruyter Mouton 2013
Caballero, Rosario Textual Healing: Studies in Medieval English Medical, Scientific and Technical Texts Peter Lang AG 2010
Cable, Seth Syncope in the Verbal Prefixes of Tlingit Lincom GmbH 2006
Cable, Seth The Grammar of Q Oxford University Press 2010
Cablitz, Gabriele Marquesan De Gruyter Mouton 2006
Cabré Castellví, M. Teresa Application-Driven Terminology Engineering John Benjamins 2007
Cabredo-Hofherr, Patricia Verbal Plurality and Distributivity De Gruyter Mouton 2012
Cabrelli Amaro, Jennifer Third Language Acquisition in Adulthood John Benjamins 2012
Cabrelli Amaro, Jennifer Proceedings of the 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2013) Cascadilla Press 2013
Cacciaguidi-Fahy, Sophie Legal Language and the Search for Clarity – Le langage juridique et la quête de clarté Peter Lang AG 2006
Cáceres-Lorenzo, M. Teresa El léxico cotidiano en América a través de las Relaciones Geográficas de Indias Peter Lang AG 2013
Cáceres-Lorenzo, M. Teresa La incorporación del indigenismo léxico en los contextos comunicativos canario y americano (1492-1550) Peter Lang AG 2011
Cachedenier, Daniel Initiation à la langue française Classiques Garnier 2010
Cacoullos, Rena Grammaticization, Synchronic Variation, and Language Contact: A study of Spanish progressive -ndo constructions. John Benjamins 2000

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