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    The Seminar was organisedby Mr. W. Grauberg , Director of the Language Centre at the University of Nottingham, and sponsored by the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL). Abstracts of papers and the results of a Survey of Language Centres will be made available shortly.
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