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Oz and Ends: Our Anachronistic Equine Vocabulary

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Our Anachronistic Equine Vocabulary. There's no Y in “linchpin.” Lots of people have taken to spelling the word with a Y in place of the first I because we hardly ever see linchpins. Those used to be very important because ...
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ELTons 2013 - call for applications | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC

ELTons 2013 - call for applications | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC | Corpora and Concordancers for Language Teaching | Scoop.it
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Oz and Ends: Our Anachronistic Equine Vocabulary

Oz and Ends: Our Anachronistic Equine Vocabulary | Corpora and Concordancers for Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Our Anachronistic Equine Vocabulary. There's no Y in “linchpin.” Lots of people have taken to spelling the word with a Y in place of the first I because we hardly ever see linchpins. Those used to be very important because ...
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A glossary of corpus linguistics

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This is the first comprehensive glossary of the many specialist terms in corpus linguistics and provides an accessible guide for corpus linguists and non-corpus linguists alike.

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