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Limits to tDCS effects in language: Failures to modulate word production in healthy participants with frontal or temporal tDCS
[…] n, helicopter, motorbike.Safari animals: hippopotamus, camel, kangaroo, giraffe, cheetah, elephant, tiger, lion, rhino, zebra.Fillers: nail polish, chain, sword, paintbrush, hourglass, earrings, bag, bauble, slingshot, match, watering can, binoculars, pillow, brick, coins, dartboard, bow, bottle cap, microscope, mascara brush, cone, spray bottle, clock, suitcase, bat, doll, key, broom, note, brush […]
Pragmatics in language change and lexical creativity
[…] ow the cow ate the cabbage [how to have oral sex](Burroughs : 34)Both cauliflower and cabbage are euphemisms for genitalia. The flaccid penis is a tail (the term penis is Latin for “tail”), a tassel, bauble, putz (this word is much less dysphemistic in English than in Yiddish; it derives from the verb putsn “adorn”) It is a dangle, worm, schlong, tummy / hairy banana (cf. Bahasa Malaysia pisang “b […]
Baubles, Bangles, and Biotypes: A Critical Review of the use and Abuse of the Biotype Concept
[…] bauble (bô'bel) n. 1. A small, showy ornament of little value, a trinket. 2. Archaic. A baton carried by a court jester as a mock scepter of his office. (The American Heritage Dictionary)bangle [băng' […]
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