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Collection of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, RAS, vol . 1 . Tōkyō : The Tōyō Bunko . Ishihama Yumiko and Fukuda Yoichi 1989 . A New Critical Edition of the Mahāvyutpatti: Sanskrit-Tibetan-Mongolian Dictionary of Buddhist Terminology . Tōkyō

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Академии Наукъ . Courteille , Pavet de 1870 . Dictionaire Turc Oriental . Paris : A L’imprimerie İmpériale . Farag , F. Rofail 1979 . ‘The Usage of the Early Islamic Terminology as a Constituent Element of the Literary Form of a Tenth

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. Target . Vol. 7 . N. 2 . 223 – 243 . Baker , M . 1996 . Corpus-based Translation Studies: The Challenges That Lie Ahead . In: Somers , H . (ed.) Terminology, LSP and Translation. Studies in Language Engineering in Honour of Juan C. Sager

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), Frankfurt a.M. 26. Dictionary of Toponymic Terminology 1993. United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names, Working Group on Terminology: Part 1 (English, Version 2.0; ed

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ethnicity that define her approach; the concept of research into cultural boundaries and ethnic contact zones; and the most important terminological and theoretical apparatus for research on nationalism. The chapter Historical perspectives — Pastoral care

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. In our study, topic familiarity comprises both linguistic knowledge preparation and extralinguistic knowledge preparation. Linguistic knowledge refers to the terminology of a specific field, the subject-specific phrases, and stylistic expressions

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et al., 2015 ). The MQM model is used in the industry to annotate errors from a catalog of over 100 types. In addition to various textual levels (such as grammar, terminology and style) and various kinds of errors involving transfer (such as

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. [Oriente Moderno 2/2003] Roma : Instituto per l’Oriente, C. A. Nallino . Chipman , Leigh 2010 . ‘Appendix Four. Glossary of Medico-Pharmaceutical Terminology.’ In: Leigh Chipman: The World of Pharmacy and Pharmacists in Mamluk Cairo . Leiden

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/non-literary distinction. As for terminology, there are also crossovers: “sacred texts contain challenging terminological problems; and scientists sometimes borrow terms from literature” (p. 160). The author concludes that the boundary between literary and nonliterary

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: “Legal terminology is characterized by polysemy. This means that, even within a single legal culture, the same term may express several concepts depending on the context in which it is used. Extremely important in legal language, the phenomenon of

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