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Place for people), and there were no instances found related to place for product. , Guyana). This higher proportion of metonymic interpretations of more relevant, important country names was primarily due to the higher number of place for person metonymies. Corpus linguistic research like this is important for more clearly establishing the frequency and specificity of figurative meaning constructions. At the very least, such work provides an important empirical complement to linguistic research based on individual scholars’ own intuitions and created examples.
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