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Do dictionary users really look up frequent words? On the overestimation of the value of corpus-based lexicography

(2006) LEXIKOS. 16. p.67-83
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Chicago
de Schryver, Gilles-Maurice, D Joffe, P Joffe, and S Hillewaert. 2006. “Do Dictionary Users Really Look up Frequent Words? On the Overestimation of the Value of Corpus-based Lexicography.” Lexikos 16: 67–83.
APA
de Schryver, G.-M., Joffe, D., Joffe, P., & Hillewaert, S. (2006). Do dictionary users really look up frequent words? On the overestimation of the value of corpus-based lexicography. LEXIKOS, 16, 67–83.
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de Schryver G-M, Joffe D, Joffe P, Hillewaert S. Do dictionary users really look up frequent words? On the overestimation of the value of corpus-based lexicography. LEXIKOS. 2006;16:67–83.
MLA
de Schryver, Gilles-Maurice, D Joffe, P Joffe, et al. “Do Dictionary Users Really Look up Frequent Words? On the Overestimation of the Value of Corpus-based Lexicography.” LEXIKOS 16 (2006): 67–83. Print.
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  author       = {de Schryver, Gilles-Maurice and Joffe, D and Joffe, P and Hillewaert, S},
  issn         = {1684-4904},
  journal      = {LEXIKOS},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {67--83},
  title        = {Do dictionary users really look up frequent words? On the overestimation of the value of corpus-based lexicography},
  volume       = {16},
  year         = {2006},
}

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