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Lexicalization and Metaphors
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FOR QUERY: LINGUIST 11.962
DEAR LINGUISTS, I RECEIVED SOME ANSWERS CONCERNING MY REQUEST ON THE
LEXICALIZATION AND THE TRANSLATION OF METAPHORS.
I WARMLY THANK ALL THOSE WHO ANSWERED ME -- THOMAS LI (SUGGESTS LAKOFF
AND JONHSON'SS WORKS),
TIM DUNNIGAN, WHO WROTE AN ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN THE _JOURNAL OF
CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY_ (VOL. 24, NO. 3, SEPTEMBER 1993, 344-365)
REGARDING THE LEXICALIZATION AND TRANSLATION OF METAPHORS. THE TITLE OF
THE ARTICLE IS
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