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 ==== Abstract ==== ==== Abstract ====
-Th e HeidelGram project, based at the English Department of Heidelberg University,+The HeidelGram project, based at the English Department of Heidelberg University,
 has a twofold aim. It makes an essential contribution to historical grammar studies by has a twofold aim. It makes an essential contribution to historical grammar studies by
 compiling, investigating,​ and making available a representative 10-million-word corpus compiling, investigating,​ and making available a representative 10-million-word corpus
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 of networks, such as a network of grammarians,​ and a network of manifestations of of networks, such as a network of grammarians,​ and a network of manifestations of
 language purism, such as verbal hygiene (Cameron 1995), in long-term diachrony. language purism, such as verbal hygiene (Cameron 1995), in long-term diachrony.
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 In contrast to social network analyses of historical material (e.g. Bergs 2005, Sairio In contrast to social network analyses of historical material (e.g. Bergs 2005, Sairio
 2009, Fitzmaurice 2010) and to network studies based on fi ctional texts (e.g. Agarwal 2009, Fitzmaurice 2010) and to network studies based on fi ctional texts (e.g. Agarwal