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    • We speak with our hands and voices": Iconicity in the Adamorobe Sign Language and the Akuapem Twi (Ideophones) 

      Edward, Mary (The University of Bergen, 2015-05-11)
      Abstract This research drew on the linguistic concept of iconicity and with a period of three months, five deaf signers of the Adamorobe community and some unspecified Akuapem Twi (Akan) speakers were studied and ...
      Master thesis
    • When Galba was still alive: A comparative study of Tacitean vocabulary and language 

      Hansen, Lars Normann (The University of Bergen, 2013-05-12)
      This thesis explores a particular Tacitean phrase, which occurs twice in his corpus. I argue that this phrase is intentionally ambiguous and reflects Tacitus' clever use of heightened rhetoric. "Incolumi adhuc Galba" ...
      Master thesis
    • Why the child cannot be happy 

      Vea, Joakim Andreassen (The University of Bergen, 2017-06-13)
      Intetkjønnsformer av adjektiver i norsk og svensk dannes ved en regelmessig og produktiv regel der man legger et intetkjønnsmorfem /-t/ til stammen av adjektivet. Det finnes unntak i at enkelte adjektiv ikke følger denne ...
      Master thesis