Luis Enrique Eguren

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The challenges faced by humanitarian agencies working in violent scenarios pose the need for comprehensive and dynamic systems to cope with the security requirements. Security planning cannot answer all the questions: we must take a step further and discuss a model for security management. In this paper we propose an overall framework for a security(More)
James Hurford’s Language in the Light of Evolution two-volume project aims to bring together an up-to-date account of the synthesis of language in the light of evolution, going from meaningful mental representations, widespread in the animal kingdom, to the emergence of the first words and their grammatical combination. The then upcoming successor of volume(More)
Summary: Propionate inhibits oxygen consumption by rat liver mitochondria when glutamate, α-ketaglutarate, and succinate are substrates. Carnitine prevents this effect. The pattern of inhibition of 14CO2 release from metabolic intermediates indicates citric acid cycle inhibition between succinate:coenzyme A (CoA) ligase (GDP) and malate dehydrogenase.(More)
Foreword We are pleased to present the proceedings of the BLS 32 Special Session, held at UC Berkeley in February 2006. We would like to thank the contributors to this volume and all those who attended and participated in the conference. A special thanks to Chundra Cathcart of the 2011 editing team for helping to finalize this volume. 1. Introduction A(More)
The phenomenon analyzed in this paper is instantiated by a type of pseudocleft structure in (oral) Spanish, characterized by the fact that when the element which is actually clefted (which is also marked as focus) is an internal argument, it can ‘extend’ its focal status to the constituents dominating it (VP/IP). As a consequence, in these constructions(More)
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