Intensifier actions in Israeli Sign Language (ISL) discourse

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  • Author: Orit Fuks1
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    1: Kaye College, Beer-Sheva, and Hadassah College, Jerusalem
  • Source: Gesture, Volume 15, Issue 2, 2016, pages: 192 –223
    Published online 08 July 2016
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