Part 1: Meaning
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Notation and typographical conventions ‘Single quotation marks’ For linguistic expressions, i.e. lexemes, phrases, sentences, texts1 (=systemic texts) “Double quotation-marks” 1. For concepts and senses 2. For quotations from other authors Italics 1. For forms of lexemes and other expressions 2. For book titles 3. For emphasis :Italics: (between colons) For utterances, their parts and texts2 (= discourse texts) CAPITALS 1. For source and target domains of conceptual metaphors 2. For preconceptual schemas and preaxiological schemas ‘Bold type’ (between single-quotation marks) For metalanguage terms For entities Other notational devices are explicated in the appropriate parts of the text
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