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. Jackendoff , Ray . 1996 . The proper treatment of measuring out, telicity, and perhaps even quantification in English . Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 14 . 305 – 354

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upper-bounded (see Kennedy & Levin 2008 ). While we will dispute the applicability of these predictions to non-English data below, we agree that they show the importance of the scalar properties for the proper treatment of degree achievements and their

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, James B. – Chiszar , David – Hutchins , Michael 2009 Combating Ophiophobia. Origins, Treatment, Education and Conservation Tools . In Mulin , Stephen J. – Seigel , Richard A. (eds) Snakes. Ecology and Conservation , 262 – 280 . Cornell

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-politics” (Hodgetts – Lorimer 2018:13–14). Human violence against animals, either for the aforementioned reasons or as part of their treatment in the food industry, research experiments and entertainment, has given voice to animal rights movements. The term animal

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. Becher , V. 2010 . Towards a More Rigorous Treatment of the Explicitation Hypothesis in Translation Studies . Trans-Kom Vol. 3 . No. 1 . 1 – 25 . www.trans-kom.eu/bd03nr01/transkom_ 03_01_01_Becher_Explicitation.20100531.pdf

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age. The presumably trepanational case definitely requires further examination. Earliest trepanations in Europe originate from the Neolithic Age. They were surgical treatments (although it is debated by many), not symbolic procedures, they presumably

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Symphony again, we thank Japan for the solidarity shown all those years ago in 1963. 40 Plate 1 Beethoven, Symphony No. 9, Skopje Summer Festival, June 21, 2013 Through the speech of Mirko Stefanovski, the narrative treatment of the collective memory of the

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perpetuation of a new generation of Tridentine publication of saints’ lives and catechetical treatments of Catholic practice that performed precisely this service. As Bernadette Cunningham and Raymond Gillespie have explained, the need for enthusiasts of the

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pattern of infinitives of Oscan deíkum ‘dīcere’, Umbr. a-fer-um ‘to perform the lustration (around the people).’ J. E. Rasmussen 5 derives Lat. *-ndo- from PIE *-mh 1 no- (cf. Gr. -μενος), assuming an ad hoc treatment: PIE *- mh 1 no- > * -mno

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] . Korunk 22 ( 12 ): 22 – 31 . Juhasz , Katalin 2011b Ungarskata „fürdo”: myasto za otdikh, razvlechenie, vüzstanovyavane i lechenie . Istoricheski pregled [Hungarian Spa: Place for Recreation, Entertainment, and Treatment. Historical Review

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