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All rights whatsoever in this play are strictly reserved and application for performance etc. No performance may be given unless a licence has been obtained. The play is structured as two overlapping monologues by characters, Phil and Marie, who are linked in a way that isn't immediately apparent. What appears to be the story of a couple who met on the internet and lived happily ever after is anything but. What they are in fact recounting is their separate experience of the night Marie's boyfriend is run over by Phil's car. If such a thing is possible. When the time came to move from the old building to the new, the great Josie Rourke [Artistic Director of the Bush Theatre] wanted to work out what the theatre could do, so she commissioned three writers to write three plays which could be staged in three different ways.
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Two experiments investigated the development of fluency in interpreting adjective-noun phrases in and month-old English-learning children. Thirty-six-month-olds processed adjective-noun phrases incrementally as adults do, orienting more quickly to the target picture on informative-adjective trials than on control trials. Thirty-month-olds did not make incremental use of informative adjectives, and experienced disruption on trials when the two potential referents were identical in kind. In the younger children, difficulty in integrating prenominal adjectives with the subsequent noun was associated with slower processing speed across conditions. These findings provide evidence that skill in putting color word knowledge to use in real-time language processing emerges gradually over the third year.