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treatment of affixes in the “big four” EFL dictionaries. In: International Journal of Lexicography 12: 263–79. Prćić T. The treatment of affixes in the “big four” EFL dictionaries

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. External possesion 1999 Jackendoff, Ray 1990. On Larson’s treatment of the double object construction. In: Linguistic Inquiry

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–310. Ivanics, M. (2007): Enslavement, Slave Labour and Treatment of Captives in the Crimean Khanate. In: Géza Dávid — Pál Fodor (eds): Ransom Slavery along the Ottoman Borders (Early Fifteenth—Early Eigteenth Centuries) . (The Ottoman Empire and its

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Becher, V. 2010a. Towards a More Rigorous Treatment of the Explicitation Hypothesis in Translation Studies. trans-kom Vol. 3. No. 1. 1–25. Becher V

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Narrative recall in the elderly

Content, fluency and speech errors in the narrative speech of young, young-old and old-old speakers

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Author: Judit Bóna

Ramig, Lorraine Olson, Steven Gray, Kristin Baker, Kim Corbin-Lewis, Eugene Buder, Erich Luschei, Hillary Coon and Marshall Smith. 2001. The aging voice: A review. Treatment data and familial and genetic perspectives. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica 53

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, David. 2010. Dialects of Written Arabic: Syntactic differences in the treatment of object pronouns in Egyptian and Levantine newspapers. Arabica 57. 99–128. Wilmsen D. Dialects of

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. Towards a More Rigorous Treatment of the Explicitation Hypothesis in Translation Studies. trans-kom Vol. 3. No. 1. 1–25. Becher V. Towards a More Rigorous Treatment of the

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: Military Intelligence Service Veterans and the Occupation of Japan. www.discovernikkei.org. Accessed October 10, 2005. Discover Nikkei. n.d. Parallels between Japanese-American Internment and Post-9/11 Treatment of Arab

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64 Jackendoff, Ray. 1990. On Larson’s treatment of the double object construction. Linguistic Inquiry 21. 427–456. Jackendoff Ray

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XIII, 121. Trócsányi, 545-46. Wesselényi's nationality bill provided that: 1) all of Transylvania's Christians, whether Orthodox or related faiths, would be entitled to equal religious treatment; 2) vital statistics kept by

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