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How Metaphors Guide, Teach and Popularize Science
Edited by Anke Beger and Thomas H. Smith
[Figurative Thought and Language 6] 2020
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Appendix 1.Corpora citations

Citations for texts used in corpus for Section 2:

Fryer, R. G.
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Citations for texts used in corpus for Section 3:

Martin, J. L.
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Citations for texts used in corpus for Section 4:

Vallacher, R. R., P. T. Coleman, A. Nowak, L. Bui-Wrzosinska, L. Liebovitch, K. G. Kugler, & A. Bartoli
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