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By Andrea Schulte-Peevers, Alison Bing, Sara Benson, Andrew Bender, Nate Cavalieri, Beth Kohn, John A. Vlahides, Bridget Gleeson

“California’s nickname ‘Golden State’ dates from its Wild West mining period. yet on sunny days while the coastal fog lifts, it could simply in addition describe California’s greater than 1100 miles of Pacific beaches.” – Sara Benson, Lonely Planet Writer

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Lehrer, A. (1974), Semantic Fields and Lexical Structure, Amster­ dam: North-Holland Publishing Co. Lyons, J. (1977), Semantics, London:Cambridge University Press. A. (1975), Componential Analysis of Meaning, The Hague: Mouton. Nida et al. Α. Colse, e d . ) , Bloomington & London: Indiana University Press, 139-167. B. (1973), Accounting for semantic change, Lingua 31: 95-124. Weinreich, U. (1972) , Explorations in Semantic Theory, The Hague: Mouton. HE IS ONLY JOKING (Joke, metaphor and language development) Ivan Fonagy If we do not regard children as little adults, and if we acknowledge their presence in our conversations, we unwill­ ingly change our manner of speaking, and become somewhat more serious than usual.

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