PRECISION AND VAGUENESS IN LEGAL LINGUISTICS - REVIEW OF "VAGUENESS IN NORMATIVE TEXTS" BY VIJAY K. BHATIA, JAN ENGBERG, MAURIZIO GOTTI, DOROTHEE HELLER (EDS)

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Karolina KACZMAREK

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KACZMAREK, K. (2012). PRECISION AND VAGUENESS IN LEGAL LINGUISTICS - REVIEW OF "VAGUENESS IN NORMATIVE TEXTS" BY VIJAY K. BHATIA, JAN ENGBERG, MAURIZIO GOTTI, DOROTHEE HELLER (EDS). Comparative Legilinguistics, 12, 109-112. https://doi.org/10.14746/cl.2012.12.07
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