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    nominalization in legal discourse

    The problem I encountered is how to classify nominals? I read a lot to the point I feel lost.Can someone help me with some reading materials or with some ideas.

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    Re: nominalization in legal discourse

    I know about nominal classification in philosophy/linguistics, but not a lot about law. Can you elucidate the question? Which nominals are you trying to classify, and why?

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