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Hypothesis. Testing the Asymmetric Relationship between Explicitations and Implicitations. Paper presented at the Third International Congress of the European Society for Translation Studies, "Claims, Changes and Challenges in Translation Studies", 30 August

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ВтОРыМ АВтОРОМ Был ВВ ЕДЕН лАкУНАРНыИ (0; 0, 1) ИНтЕРпОльцИОННыИ МЕ тОД, ИспОльжУУЩИИ кОРНИ сООВЕтстВЕННО кАк пР ОМЕжУтОЧНыЕ УжлОВыЕ тОЧкИ {x k<x k *<x k+1}k=1 n−1 пО пРОИжВОльНОИ сИстЕМ Е {x k k=1 n }.

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1 INTRODUCTION The idea that translated text is more explicit, or that the processes of language mediation, including translation, involve ‘explicitation’ is a long-lived and much discussed topic in translation studies. Since Blum-Kulka (1986

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-Martin, C. and Yor, M. , Some explicit Krein representations of certain subordinators, including the Gamma process, Publ. RIMS, Kyoto , Vol. 42 (2006), 879–895. MR 2289151 Yor M

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Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: Szabolcs Kéri, György Szekeres, Nóra Bagóczky, Zoltán Janka, György Benedek, Oguz Kelemen, and Rita Erdélyi

115 367 382 GRAS-VINCENDON, A., DANION, J. M., GRANGE, D., BILIK, M., WILLARD-SCHROEDER, D., SICHEL, J. P., SINGER, L. (1994) Explicit memory

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