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dreptului de proprietate asupra imobilelor preluate abuziv în perioada regimului comunist în România conferit prin măsurile de restituire instituite de Legea nr. 165/2013 [The practical and effective nature of the ownership right over real properties taken

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relationship between the cycles, changes in curricula and study programs, etc. Romania, together with other CEE countries such as Croatia, Hungary, Montenegro, Poland or Slovakia, has adopted the 180 + 120 credit (3 + 2 academic years) cycle model representing

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Transylvanian (Romania) microregions], funded by the National Research, Development and Innovation Office (Hungary), 1 while outlining some of the research results. It also presents a thematic block covering rurality in this issue, the

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no. 82/2000, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 193 of 4 May 2000 Constitutional Court Ruling no. 1/1995, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 172 of 3 August 1995

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. In: Ax (2001, 103–25). Kese, Katalin 1999. Kultúra és filológia a Román Tanszék történetének tükrében [Culture and philology in the history of the Department of Romanian]. Fejezetek az Eötvös Loránd

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Constitutional adjudication does not have a particularly rich history in Romania. It was only the 1991 Constitution that provided a Constitutional Court as a specialized forum to hear claims of unconstitutionality. The first Romanian constitution

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Central European Geology
Authors: Elemér Pál-Molnár, Luca Kiri, Réka Lukács, István Dunkl, Anikó Batki, Máté Szemerédi, Enikő Eszter Almási, Edina Sogrik, and Szabolcs Harangi

Introduction The Ditrău Alkaline Massif (DAM), located in the Eastern Carpathians (Romania), is an igneous suite characterized by complex structure and lithology. Since its first mention by Lilienbach (1833) the DAM has been studied, including its

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. Braescu , Raluca . 2012 . Adjectivul în limba româna: Sintaxa si semantica [The adjective in Romanian: Syntax and semantics]. Bucharest : Editura Universitatii din Bucuresti

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This article proposes a general survey of a supposed mixed category in Romanian, namely the supine. It is shown that what seems to be a mixed verbal-nominal nature is a context-dependent behaviour, determined by syntactic categories that may select a supine form. The core argument is that the two behaviours are associated with different projections. These facts are naturally captured by the theoretical framework of Distributed Morphology. Three forms of Romanian grammar are derived from the same underspecified item, which is a categorially neutral stem feeding derivational and inflectional processes. Arguments are provided from the behaviour of forms which involve the same stem: nominalizations and past participles.

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investigate the interest rate pass-through process in Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania, compute the WACL and test whether its relationship with the retail lending rates is more stable than that of the interbank rate. Recently, the WACL was constructed for

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