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dialectology] . Piliscsaba : PPKE BTK, Elméleti Nyelvészeti Tanszék –Magyar Nyelvészeti Tanszék . 213 – 238 . Ferreira , Marcelo . 2000 . Argumentos nulos em português brasileiro [Null arguments in Brazilian Portuguese]. MA Thesis. Universidade

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Authors: Timofey Arkhangelskiy, Natalia Serdobolskaya and Maria Usacheva

udmurtskoy dialektologii. Vvedenie. Fonetika. Morfologiya. Dialektnye teksty. Bibliografiya [A brief sketch of Udmurt dialectology. Introduction. Phonetics. Morphology. Texts in Udmurt dialects. References] . Izhevsk. Kibrik , Andrey A. , Dobrov

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. Historical dialogue analysis Juhász, Dezső 2002. Magyar nyelvjárástörténet és történeti szociolingvisztika: tudományszemléleti kérdések [Hungarian historical dialectology and historical

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(ed.) 2003. Magyar dialektológia [Hungarian dialectology]. Osiris Kiadó, Budapest. Magyar dialektológia [Hungarian dialectology

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. 1991 . The Indo-Aryan languages . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . Matras, Y. , P. Bakker and H. Kyuchukov (eds.). 1997 . The typology and dialectology of

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Group for Computational Latin Dialectology at the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. 1 This Colloquium was realized as the thirteenth one in a series of Colloquia devoted to all linguistic aspects of Late and Vulgar

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project entitled ‘Lendület (Momentum) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology’ (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). 1 TURCAN, R.: The Cults of the Roman Empire . Oxford 1997, 161. 2 SPEIDEL, M. P.: The

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. Budapesti Uráli Műhely II 2001 Bárczi, Géza. 1947a. A történeti nyelvjáráskutatás [Historical dialectology]. Magyar Nyelv 43

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coherent social, economic and political unit within the Roman empire, and Herman proposed that this region could be a good candidate as a larger geographic area for future research in Latin dialectology, since socio-political geographical units often shape

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” ( http://lldb.elte.hu ) e del progetto intitolato “Lendület (‘Momentum’) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology” (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). Per la revisione del testo italiano, vorremmo

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