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TABLE OF CONTENTS:   PREFACE   RSDS BIOGRAMS   PAPERS LANGUAGE CHANGE Bożena Duda On (the inevitability of) language change Grzegorz A. Kleparski Some remarks on language-internal causes of evolution of word meaning   ZOOSEMY AND FOODSEMY Jolanta Wesół New highlights in diachronic semantics: Zoosemy and foodsemy as two novel categories of semantic change   ZOOSEMY Małgorzata Górecka-Smolińska Feathered artists, professional musicians, efficient policemen of the air: An introduction to bird symbolism Robert Kiełtyka Zoosemy as a ubiquitous cognitive mechanism Robert Kiełtyka Towards cognitive and morphological conditioning of zoosemic developments Robert Kiełtyka Lucky pigs and (un)wise owls: On the polarisation of the conceptual dimension BEHAVIOUR/CHARACTER Grzegorz A. Kleparski Lusta, mint a disznó: A hunt for ‘correlative’ zoosemy in Hungarian and English   FOODSEMY Piotr Cymbalista Foodsemy: The phenomenon of food methaphor Grzegorz A. Kleparski Romance foodsemy with the Italian leading note Marcin Kudła Eating the foreigner (with a pinch of salt) – more on foodsemic ethnonyms   METONYMY Piotr Cymbalista Eponymy and metonomy – the phenomenon of eponymous semantic modification Beata Kopecka Mini-skirt, light skirt and super skirt: Clothing lexicon and cognitive axiology Beata Kopecka On gallant Johns and plain Janes – names and their axiological potential   VARIA Agnieszka Grząśko The historical synonyms of skinny/fatty in the field structure PHYSICAL APPEARANCE Grzegorz A. Kleparski On the metaphorics of English temperature terms Grzegorz A. Kleparski, Anna Dziama Yiddish element in American English: The case of female/male specific terms Bożena Kochman-Haładyj On how proverbs and quotations aid in stereotyping (a woman) Marcin Kudła The shades of otherness – on body-oriented attributive racial (and racist) terms in English Dorota Osuchowska    Context-induced creativity and the figurative use of taste terms

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