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Aggressiveness, competitiveness and human sexual orientation Psychoneuroendocrinology 20 475 485 . M. B. Harris

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Authors: Jose-Luis Godos-Diez, Roberto Fernández-Gago, and Laura Cabeza-García

metaphors . Academy of Management Learning & Education 9 ( 3 ): 413 – 428 . Berman , S.L. – Wicks , A.C. – Kotha , S. – Jones , T.M. ( 1999 ): Does stakeholder orientation

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The focus of this paper is on a probably universal type of grammaticalization whereby body part terms turn into place-denoting morphemes (adverbs, postpositions or local case markers). The linguistic expressions of the major areas of deictic orientation in the Mansi language are analysed on the basis of their lexical sources. According to general typological studies, the lexical origin of spatial morphemes shows considerable agreement across languages of the world: most of them go back to names of body parts. The paper shows that body part term sources follow the universal patterns in Mansi, too: in that language, 'back', 'head', and 'heart' have turned into general spatial markers. Exploring the system of spatial morphemes in Mansi, the paper argues that the etymology of those morphemes often reveals what is called a "relational object-part" origin; that class of sources is frequently attested in the typological literature, too. Finally, the paper tries to find out how unequivocally the body part terms that have turned into spatial markers can be determined. It is concluded that data from the various Uralic languages contradict some of the general statements found in the typological literature.

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Vácha, M., Soukopová, H. (2004) Magnetic orientation in the mealworm beetle Tenebrio and the effect of light. J. Exp. Biol. 207 , 1241-1248. Magnetic orientation in the mealworm beetle Tenebrio and the effect of light

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solar design in a temperate climate: An experiment in residential building orientation , Renewable Energy. Vol. 36 , No. 2 , 2011 , pp. 4 – 577 . [13] Friess

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role of service innovation in the market orientation – New service performance linkage . Technovation , 32 ( 7–8 ), 487 – 497 . Chiou , T.Y. , Chan , H.K. , Lettice , F. and

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curvature: The curve indicator random field and Markov processes. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell., 25 (4), 387–400. Bosking, W. H., Crowley, J. C., Fitzpatrick, D. (2002): Spatial coding of position and orientation in

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.9351 a I : Coats–Redfern and II : Achar methods The activation energy values listed in Table 5 verify the importance of the type and orientation of the interlayer borate anions on the

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References Avci , U. , Madanoglu , M . and Okumus , F . ( 2011 ). Strategic orientation and performance of tourism firms: Evidence from a developing country . Tourism

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Chan, D.W. (2009). Orientations to happiness and subjective well-being among Chinese prospective and inservice teachers in Hong Kong. Educational Psychology, 29 (2), 139—151. Chadwick, E.D. (2012

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