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Stephen M. Dickey

an epistemic sense,” the latter referring to the addressee’s beliefs about what is said. Markers of politeness and honorifics are expressions of intersubjectivity. However, Carlier and De Mulder (2010: 266) consider the orientation of the speaker towards the addressee’s knowledge set that occurs in

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Adeline Patard

‘counterfactual’ interpretation of past tenses can be viewed as two distinct implicatures of scalar origin that are invited in discourse to meet specific communicative aims: to refer to a counterfactual situation or to convey the speaker’s belief that the situation is unlikely. These implicatures are drawn from

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Beke Hansen

’ echoes presentations of the colonized “as underdeveloped versions of Europeans and their civilization” ( Hardt & Negri 2001 , 126) in colonial discourses of the 19th century. This view is firmly grounded in the belief that the historical stages of the development of mankind are “present synchronically in

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Beke Hansen

societies with an independent construal of self, it may be the unmarked case in societies with an interdependent construal of self (cf. Section 7.2). (152) We must do more for these people when these people clamor for subsidies ( ice - sin :S1B-051) (153) Sir it is my fervent belief that we must

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Beke Hansen

Th. Pratt, The Tormented Fawcett Public , 36. 35 The oed online version 2015 gives an earlier attestation from the New York Times from 1961: My belief in The Times’ infallibility … was finally toppled by your endorsement of Mayor Wagner in the Democratic primary. You just have to be joking . It