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Heritage over the last ten years, research topics devoted to various aspects of safeguarding traditional village dances considered to be national intangible cultural heritage are given preferential treatment in both academic circles and by the wider public

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.2010.1.1 Becher , V. 2010b . Towards a More Rigorous Treatment of the Explicitation Hypothesis in Translation Studies . Trans-Kom Vol. 3 . No. 1 . 1 ‒ 25 . Biber , D. , Barbieri , F. 2007 . Lexical Bundles in University Spoken and Written Registers

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Tense? (Re)lax!

A new formalisation for a controversial contrast

Acta Linguistica Academica
Author: Markus A. Pöchtrager

mnemonic I will use “L-type” and “T-type” for the two sets in (1); on the understanding that I do not therefore give preferential treatment to the terms tense/lax, even though it is of course clear where the letters T and L come from. Obviously, when using

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Szilárd Szentgyörgyi . 2003 . Pre-sonorant voicing in Slovak: The treatment of a derived environment effect in OT . In J. Spenader , A. Eriksson and O. Dahl (eds.) Proceedings of the Stockholm workshop on Variation within Optimality Theory

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Metamorphoses of a Comic Book About a Girl from the Socialist Bloc . Across Languages and Cultures Vol. 19 . No. 1 . 99 – 120 . 10.1556/084.2018.19.1.5 Davies , E. E. 2003 . A Goblin Or a Dirty Nose? The Treatment of Culture-specific References in

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without a doubt the main theme of ‘Fixer upper’, and its treatment in the Dutch dubbed version reflects that. 7 CONCLUSION This study aimed to uncover how the theme of love versus fear was altered in the dubbing process of the Dutch dubbed songs of the

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treatment of the orchestra experienced as musical anarchy. 38 Practically the only positive critique concerns the last movement of the first part, The Three Kings , which is described as the best piece of the whole oratorio. 39 Further, the article

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Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Authors: Anna Székely, Solomon Gwerevende, Jorge Poveda Yánez, Gábor Klaniczay, and Peter Zolczer

: she interweaves historicalandcontemporaryphenomenaandmanifestationsofeliteandpopularculture, and approaches them with the integrated analytical concepts of folkloristics, anthropology, and psychology. She argues against the fragmented treatment of this

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Collection ). In terms of the practice of critical editions of Hungarian folkloristics and literary studies, this volume is unusual in several respects. For an edition to offer a philological and textological treatment of manuscript and print versions of

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slightly different treatment. The most straightforward diagnostics for determining the binding potential of the dative argument involves cases when it binds (into) non-nominative elements (so (3) rather than (4)). The paper is organized as follows. In

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