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Anywhere language comes in contact with information technology, or where humans need to interact with computers, language needs to be organized so that it can be handled and processed by computational means. The transmission of marital instability across generations: Relationship skills or commitment to marriage? : Journal of Marriage & the Family Vol 63(4) Nov 2001, 1038-1051. Threat displays in animal communication: Handicaps, reputations, and commitments. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

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