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Representing the Adverb Very in Fuzzy Set Theory.

Martine De Cock UGent (1999) Proceedings of the ESSLLI99 Student Session / Amalia Todirascu, ed., 1999. p.223-232
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Proceedings of the ESSLLI99 Student Session / Amalia Todirascu, ed., 1999
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  author       = {De Cock, Martine},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the ESSLLI99 Student Session / Amalia Todirascu, ed., 1999},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {223--232},
  title        = {Representing the Adverb Very in Fuzzy Set Theory.},
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Chicago
De Cock, Martine. 1999. “Representing the Adverb Very in Fuzzy Set Theory.” In Proceedings of the ESSLLI99 Student Session / Amalia Todirascu, Ed., 1999, 223–232.
APA
De Cock, M. (1999). Representing the Adverb Very in Fuzzy Set Theory. Proceedings of the ESSLLI99 Student Session / Amalia Todirascu, ed., 1999 (pp. 223–232).
Vancouver
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De Cock M. Representing the Adverb Very in Fuzzy Set Theory. Proceedings of the ESSLLI99 Student Session / Amalia Todirascu, ed., 1999. 1999. p. 223–32.
MLA
De Cock, Martine. “Representing the Adverb Very in Fuzzy Set Theory.” Proceedings of the ESSLLI99 Student Session / Amalia Todirascu, Ed., 1999. 1999. 223–232. Print.