newspaper page. Unable to walk around or even stretch their wings much less build a nest the birds be come vicious a nd attac k one a nother '.4 The average person seems equally unfamiliar with the extensive use of animals in laboratory experim ents. Ma ny of thes e are of o nly mo derate significan ce'; 5 most of the them involve extensive pain on animals. For instance, N.J. Carlson gave hig h voltag e electric shocks to sixteen d ogs an d found that the `h igh-sho ck grou p' acqu ired `an xiety'
UJRRMER-LnmBERT IRELHMO: NICONIL Declan Dixon, director of marketing for Warner-Lambert Ireland (WLI), examined two very different sales forecasts as he considered the upcoming launch of Niconil®, scheduled For January 1990. Niconil was an innovative new product that promised to help the thou-sands of smokers who attempted to quit smoking each year. More commonly known simply as "the patch," Niconil was a transdermal skin patch that gradually released nicotine into the bloodstream to alleviate
2002 �� 4 �O ,� �� � �O �4 �P�� �� �� (�� �� �; �3�� �� �%) 2002 �� �c 1 �o JOURNAL OF GUANGXI NORMAL UNIVERSITY ,� Studies of negative pragmatic transfer in interlanguage pragmatics LIU Shao- zh on g , LI AO Feng - r on g (Foreign Languages College , Guangxi Normal University , Guilin 541004, China ) Abstract : Negative pragmatic transfer (NPT ) is nothing but a difference of saying things between non2native speakers and native speakers . It occupies an important position