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Joanna Kopaczyk is Assistant Professor of History of English, Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland).
Table of Contents
List of abbreviations List of maps List of figures List of tables
Chapter 1. Introduction: Scots as the language of the law
Part One: The language Chapter 2. The language of legal texts Chapter 3. Exploring language of the past: Context, discourse and text Chapter 4. Repetition, fixedness and lexical bundles
Part Two: The burghs Chapter 5. Burghs in Scottish history Chapter 6. Living in a burgh Chapter 7. Law and the burgh
Part Three: The legal language of the burghs Chapter 8. EdHeW corpus material and lexical bundles Chapter 9. The grammar of lexical bundles in early legal Scots Chapter 10. Binomials and multinomials in early legal Scots Chapter 11. Short bundles: functional properties Chapter 12. Long bundles: Functional properties and standardization