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The semantics of dynamic space in French : descriptive, experimental and formal studies on motion expression / edited by Michel Aurnague and Dejan Stosic.
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 
1 online resource (408 pages).
Motion in language
Aurnague, Mixel, 1963-
Human cognitive processing ; Volume 66.
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Human Cognitive Processing ; Volume 66
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Recent advances in the study of motion in French: a survey / Michel Aurnague and Dejan Stosic
About asymmetry of motion in French: some properties and a principle / Michel Aurnague
French motion verbs: insights into the status of locative PPs / Laure Sarda Lattice
From il s'envole hors to il sort du nid: a typological change in French motion expressions / Benjamin Fagard Lattice
Manner as a cluster concept: what does lexical coding of manner of motion tell us about manner? / Dejan Stosic
Motion verbs and evaluative morphology / Dejan Stosic and Dany Amiot
Fictive motion in French: Where do the data lead? / Fabien Cappelli
Casting an eye on motion events: eye tracking and its implications for linguistic typology / Efstathia Soroli, Maya Hickmann and Henriette Hendriks
Structure of French expression of motion: gesture-speech relation, between-language comparison and developmental perspective / Katerina Fibigerova and Michèle Guidetti
A computational account of virtual travelers in the Montagovian generative lexicon / Anaïs Lefeuvre-Halftermeyer, Richard Moot and Christian Retoré
Geoparsing and geocoding places in a dynamic space context: the case of hiking descriptions / Mauro Gaio and Ludovic Moncla.
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