Three ways to create metonymy : a study in locative readings of institution names

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ECKARDT, Regine, 1999. Three ways to create metonymy : a study in locative readings of institution names. In: Studi italiani di linguistica teorica ed applicata. 28(2), pp. 265-282. ISSN 0390-6809

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