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Dutch as a bi-centric language: a lexicographic (r)evolution

Johan De Caluwe (UGent)
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De Caluwe, Johan. 2012. “Dutch as a Bi-centric Language: a Lexicographic (r)evolution.” In Non-dominant Varieties of Pluricentric Languages : Getting the Picture, ed. Rudolf Muhr, 14:141–152. Berlin, Germany: Peter Lang Verlag.
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De Caluwe, Johan. (2012). Dutch as a bi-centric language: a lexicographic (r)evolution. In Rudolf Muhr (Ed.), Non-dominant varieties of pluricentric languages : getting the picture (Vol. 14, pp. 141–152). Berlin, Germany: Peter Lang Verlag.
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De Caluwe J. Dutch as a bi-centric language: a lexicographic (r)evolution. In: Muhr R, editor. Non-dominant varieties of pluricentric languages : getting the picture. Berlin, Germany: Peter Lang Verlag; 2012. p. 141–52.
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De Caluwe, Johan. “Dutch as a Bi-centric Language: a Lexicographic (r)evolution.” Non-dominant Varieties of Pluricentric Languages : Getting the Picture. Ed. Rudolf Muhr. Vol. 14. Berlin, Germany: Peter Lang Verlag, 2012. 141–152. Print.
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  author       = {De Caluwe, Johan},
  booktitle    = {Non-dominant varieties of pluricentric languages : getting the picture},
  editor       = {Muhr, Rudolf},
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  issn         = {0341-9304},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {141--152},
  publisher    = {Peter Lang Verlag},
  series       = {{\"O}sterreichisches Deutsch : Sprache der Gegenwart},
  title        = {Dutch as a bi-centric language: a lexicographic (r)evolution},
  volume       = {14},
  year         = {2012},
}