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RT @DigitalOnomast: Springs and wells as religious features by Johnny GG Jakobsen @CogTopProject 2. Seminar. http://t.co/3pdZ5Xkb7W

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RT @DigitalOnomast: Laurine Albris, @uni_copenhagen/@Nationalmuseet explaining processes behind sacral names at @CogTopProject 2. seminar http://t.co/nNuTej36WW

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RT @onomastics_couk: Simon is also one of the proj…

RT @onomastics_couk: Simon is also one of the project-members on @CogTopProject (cogtop.org), whose symposium I was at last week: #CogTopProject

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RT @Alibaliebee: “@RedditScotland: Haunting photograph: Old Man of Hoy, Island of Hoy #Scotland #Orkney http://t.co/XsPEz7o4Lj” @CogTopProject

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RT @onomastics_couk: Free on Sunday? Why not head…

RT @onomastics_couk: Free on Sunday? Why not head to Science Sunday (@GlasgowSciFest) at @GlasgowUni and check out the @CogTopProject & @MappingMetaphor stands?

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RT @DigitalOnomast: Is this a map or a place-name…

RT @DigitalOnomast: Is this a map or a place-name collection? Simon Taylor speaking at @CogTopProject symposium in Copenhagen. http://t.co/i27JQUE77C

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Simon Taylor now speaking on Aa the airts: Directi…

Simon Taylor now speaking on Aa the airts: Directional Words in Scottish Place-Names. @CogTopProject

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RT @onomastics_couk: In Copenhagen at the @CogTopP…

RT @onomastics_couk: In Copenhagen at the @CogTopProject symposium. Some great discussion already, esp. on cardinal directions in field names. #CogTopProject

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