Sarah Van Hoof

Travis J. De Wolfe1
Rebekah Blakney1
Caroline Zellmer1
1Travis J. De Wolfe
1Rebekah Blakney
1Caroline Zellmer
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INTRODUCTION Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) is a severe and increasingly frequent healthcare-associated infection that develops after disruption of the gut microbiota. Immunocompromised, hospitalized patients have an increased likelihood of acquiring CDI, leading to lengthened hospital stays, increased medical fees, and higher rates of morbidity and(More)
5 This article presents a comparative corpus analysis of the language variation in Flemish fiction series broadcast around 1980 and in the late 2000s, in order to assess the often-heard claim that the use of Standard Dutch in TV fiction has decreased in favor of so-called tussentaal, an 'intermediate' variety. Using mixed-effects logistic regression, we(More)
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