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Martin Kern

” and “healing,” a utopian refuge from, and counter-sphere to, the rapidly changing world of human dominance and human experience. It is no exaggeration to say that the idea of “Chinese nature poetry” is a complete invention in the service of European and American literary and cultural ideology; it

Krisda Chaemsaithong

healing to the sick (albeit through diff erent methods). As can be expected, the public perception of physicians between 1760-1830, Hall ( 1984 : 117) argues, was nothing other than “disinterested professionals” who competed with each other in the same profession for business and money. Furthermore, the

Robyn Carston

to take time [considerable time ] for these wounds to heal. c. I’ve had a shower. [today] d. It’s snowing. [in location x ] e. Mary gave John a pen and he wrote down [and then] her address. [with the pen Mary gave him] Given disambiguation and saturation, each of these would express a propo- sition