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Computational Phraseology
Edited by Gloria Corpas Pastor and Jean-Pierre Colson
[IVITRA Research in Linguistics and Literature 24] 2020
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CII: COSMAS II. Korpusrecherche- und analysesystem
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lexpan: Lexical Pattern Analyzer
PDEV: Pattern Dictionary of English Verbs
PREPCON: Präposition-Nomen-Verbindungen im Kontext
SkE: Sketch Engine
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