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2021. ‘Well, that’s just great!’: an empirically based analysis of non-literal and attitudinal content of ironic utterances. Folia Linguistica 55:2  pp. 361 ff. DOI logo
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Rieser, Lukas
2017. Discourse Particles as CCP-modifiers: German doch and ja as Context Filters. In New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence [Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10091],  pp. 93 ff. DOI logo
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Seeliger, Heiko & Sophie Repp
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