Article published in:
Les prépositions complexes dans les langues romanes
Edited by Benjamin Fagard, José Pinto De Lima and Dejan Stosic
[Revue Romane 54:1] 2019
► pp. 126140
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CdP
 – Davies, Mark/ Michael Ferreira (2006-) Corpus do Português: 45 million words, 1300s-1900s. [http://​www​.corpusdoportugues​.org]
CRPC – Corpus de Referência do Português Contemporâneo (versão v2.1, Portugal only)
Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa (CLUL). [http://​alfclul​.clul​.ul​.pt​/CQPnet/]
DDGM – Dicionario de dicionarios do galego medieval. Corpus lexicográfico medieval da lingua galega

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