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, as taking place in a single moment, as well as in, as taking place in a single moment, as well as in a durational aspect, i.e., one that describes a scenario that endures across a temporal interval (Miller and Johnson-Laird, 1976; Moens and Steedman, 1988). Consider the following examples from Miller and Johnson-Laird (1976, p. 429?31): (a) It exploded when he arrived. (b) It exploded whil
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