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Figure S1. Mental time imagery structuring underlying the temporal sense of close (e.g., in Christmas is close to New Year’s and in New Year’s is close to Christmas).

Figure S2. Mental time imagery structuring underlying the temporal sense of ahead (e.g., in The house was completed ahead of time). Use of the past tense is not considered in this diagram.

Figure S3. Mental time imagery structuring underlying the temporal sense of (clock-related) behind (e.g., in Moscow time is five hours behind Tokyo time).

Figure S4. Mental time imagery structuring underlying after (e.g., in Around here the wind starts blowing after the sun rises).

Figure S5. Mental time imagery structuring underlying after and the use of the past tense (e.g., in I went home after I shopped at the store).

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