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References Aitchinson, J. 1987. Words in the mind. An introduction to the mental lexicon. Oxford: Blackwell. Bergs, A. 2003. "The linguistics of text messaging". Paper presented at the XVIth International Conference on Historical Linguistics ICHL 2003, Copenhagen, 11th-15th August 2003. http://www.hum.ku.dk/ichl2003/abstracts/section10.html Retreived on 23 May 2004. Bralczyk, J. 2004. "HALO, HALO! ZYCZE CI WESOLYCH SWIAT CALUJE I 3MAJ SIĘ :)". Idea Mobile. http://www.idea.pl/portal/map/map/ideamobile?type=IDEA_MOBILE Bybee, J. 2001. Phonology and language use