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Bazillen, Krankheit und Krieg. Bakteriologie und politische Sprache im deutschen Kaiserreich.
Gradmann C. Gradmann C. Ber Wiss. 1996;19(2-3):81-94. doi: 10.1002/bewi.19960190204. Ber Wiss. 1996. PMID: 11630275 German.
The text analyses metaphors of bacteriology which were extensively used in Germany during the era of William II. These display--in a vivid exchange with the scientific concepts of the age--a specific popular understanding of disease based on bacteriology. ...
The text analyses metaphors of bacteriology which were extensively used in Germany during the era of William II. These display--in a …
Inflectional morphology in German Williams syndrome.
Krause M, Penke M. Krause M, et al. Brain Cogn. 2002 Mar-Apr;48(2-3):410-3. Brain Cogn. 2002. PMID: 12030478
In a recent paper, Clahsen and Almazan (1998) reported a dissociation between unimpaired regular and impaired irregular past tense morphology in English Williams syndrome (WS). ...
In a recent paper, Clahsen and Almazan (1998) reported a dissociation between unimpaired regular and impaired irregular past tense morpholog …
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