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The interlocutory dialogicality of press discourse manifests itself, among other things, in the use of common expressions that give the impression that "it is the language that speaks, not its users" (Bonhomme, 2012, p. 77). Euphemisms, for example, are used to raise difficult or polemic inducing issues, such as poverty, exclusion, war, politics, etc. Meanwhile, expressions that have become common in the source language, and are consistent with generally accepted norms, do not always remaindoi:10.14746/strop.2018.454.007 fatcat:kgwvvtxgfbextoybphi77fuo2m