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Time in Languages, Languages in Time
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Corpora used

BE06, British English 06
. [URL],Baker (2009)
BNC, British National Corpus
NoN, Norwegian newspapers
See description in Section 3.
Norsk Aviskorpus (Norwegian Newspaper Corpus)
NoTa, Norsk Talemålskorpus (Norwegian Speech Corpus)