Legal Discourse: Studies in Linguistics, Rhetoric, and Legal Analysis

St. Martin's Press (1987)
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Keywords Semantics (Law  Law Philosophy  Rhetoric
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Call number K213.G67 1987
ISBN(s) 0333419499   0312003706   0333515846
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