Article published in:
The Rise and Development of Evidential and Epistemic Markers
Edited by Silvio Cruschina and Eva-Maria Remberger
[Journal of Historical Linguistics 7:1/2] 2017
► pp. 134159
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BYU-BNC: Brigham Young University-British National Corpus (Based on the British National Corpus from Oxford University Press) compiled by Mark Davies 2004– Available online at http://​corpus​.byu​.edu​/bnc/.
CLMET: The Corpus of Late Modern English Texts, version 3.0
compiled by Hendrik De Smet, Hans Jürgen Dillerand, & Jukka Tyrkkö Available online at https://​perswww​.kuleuven​.be​/~u0044428/
EEBOCorp: Early English Books Online Corpus 1.0
compiled by Peter Petré 2013 Available online at https://​lirias​.kuleuven​.be​/handle​/123456789​/416330/.
HANSARD: The Hansard Corpus
1803–2005, compiled by Marc Alexander & Mark Davies 2015– Available online at http://​www​.hansard​-corpus​.org/.
FRANTEXT: Base textuelle FRANTEXT
ATILF – CNRS & Université de Lorraine. Available online at http://​www​.frantext​.fr/.
MED: Middle English Dictionary
. Kurath, Hans, Sherman M. Kuhn, et al. eds. 1952–2001 Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Available online at http://​quod​.lib​.umich​.edu​/m​/med/.
OED: Oxford English Dictionary Online
Oxford University Press. Available online at http://​www​.oed​.com/.
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