|Vol 1 (2009)||LEGAL SPEECH ACTS IN A COGNITIVE LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVE – FOCUS ON MODALITY||Abstract PDF|
|Vol 1 (2009)||COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES OF TRANSLATIONS FOR RENDERING THE MODALITY OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS (A SEMANTIC STUDY BASED ON THE AMSTERDAM TREATY AS AN EXAMPLE)||Abstract PDF|
|Vol 1 (2009)||ORGANIZATION OF BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES IN LEGAL LANGUAGE AND RELATED TRANSLATION PROBLEMS||Abstract PDF|
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