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Cross-Linguistic Semantics
Edited by Cliff Goddard
[Studies in Language Companion Series 102] 2008
► pp. 331347
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2009. What makes a good life? A cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective. The Journal of Positive Psychology 4:4  pp. 260 ff. DOI logo
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