Variable direction in zero-derivation and the unity of polysemous lexical items

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PLANK, Frans, 2010. Variable direction in zero-derivation and the unity of polysemous lexical items. In: Word Structure. 3(1), pp. 82-97. ISSN 1750-1245

@article{Plank2010Varia-12864, title={Variable direction in zero-derivation and the unity of polysemous lexical items}, year={2010}, doi={10.3366/E1750124510000498}, number={1}, volume={3}, issn={1750-1245}, journal={Word Structure}, pages={82--97}, author={Plank, Frans} }

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