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Ludwig, Germany When I met first professor Liptay dates back to the beginning of 1990s. I was a postdoctoral fellow at Technical University of Budapest. He was introduced to me, but his smiling face was that encouraged me to

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obligate oneself) ( Bartsch, 2004 , p. 72). In case of transparent collocations, the verb may be delexicalized, in which case it is the noun that carries most of the meaning of the construction, consider for example tell a lie (lie), give a smile (smile

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Brockhaus, R. H. — Horwitz, P. S. (1986): The Psychology of the Entrepreneur. In: Sexton, D. L. — Smilor, W. (eds): The Art and Science of Entrepreneurship . Cambridge, MA: Ballinguer Publishing Co. Horwitz P. S

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). Sexual misperception: individual differences and context effects . The University of Texas at Austin. Pönkänen , L. M. , & Hietanen , J. K. ( 2012 ). Eye contact with neutral and smiling faces: Effects on frontal EEG asymmetry and autonomic

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Strack, F., Martin, L. L., Stepper, S. (1988) Inhibiting and facilitating conditions of the human smile. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 54 , 768-777. Inhibiting and facilitating conditions of the human smile

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, R. , Itsiopoulos , C. , Cotton , S. , Mohebbi , M. , et al . ( 2017 ). A randomised controlled trial of dietary improvement for adults with major depression (the ‘SMILES’ trial) . BMC Medicine , 15 ( 1 ), 23 . Doi: doi: 10.1186/s12916

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other family members. There are two kinds of public images of Roma women: on one hand, they are beautiful people, wearing colorful clothes, and surrounded by smiling, happy children. On the other hand, their image shows dirty, neglected, and ugly

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561 . P. Winkielman J. T. Cacioppo 2001 Mind at ease puts a smile on the face: Psychophysiological

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Oxford University Press New York 30 50 . J.M. Dabbs 1997 Testosterone, smiling, and facial appearance

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coreferentiality, forming sentences like “Walking down the cliff, his smile grew brighter”. Even if such sentences seem grotesque, they are intelligible. Commonly observed in modern languages, this same tendency is not surprising in Latin, especially in the works

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