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Handbook of Pragmatics
panel of senior researchers will take part in the presentation of the papers, providing detailed comments on the work of the authors. The Student Workshop will run as three parallel sessions, during which 10 papers will be presented. These high standard papers were carefully chosen from a total of 38 submissions coming from 20 countries, and one of them will be awarded the EACL-2012 Best Student Paper. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the many people that have contributed indoi:10.1075/hop.m.comm2 fatcat:3riiqu7glvgrhj6pmqhtseaoqi