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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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somebody in a devilish manner, which I deny. But, as I said earlier, my dear child having come to such bitter treatment I said, in a legal manner of speaking, that the persons who had so hounded my child and sought him out to bring his death upon him were

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, their causes and, with that, the concept of their treatment has changed due to the dominance of the conventional medical system. However, it can be shown that, in a system of thought characteristic of traditional culture, traditional and conventional

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that garnered the attention of institutional folk dance research that started after the Second World War: a film was shot here in 1947, on the occasion of a wedding. The filmed wedding was made famous by its artistic treatment, the Wedding at Ecser

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and the smoothed-in decoration’s shine, therefore, depends not only the surface treatment but also on the firing method. 73 The pattern consists mostly of thick lines (7 pieces: vertical bands, wavy line, lattice pattern), only in the case of two jugs

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context of the funeral, through the choice of objects or the treatment of the body, varies in time and space. By employing the same principle, religion, origin and ethnic identity can manifest themselves and overlap when they coexist in different forms, or

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, English Translation and Commentary 1998 Mazuz, H. (2014a): Polemical Treatment of the Story of the Annunciation of Isaac

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. C. S. Tang A. M. S. Wu 2012 Impulsivity as a moderator and mediator between life stress and pathological gambling among Chinese treatment

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This short essay overviews the changing image of the Ottomans in Hungarian historiography from the late 19th century to the 1990s. It maintains that whereas the Ottoman Empire had received a generally negative treatment from the nationalist historiographies of the empire’s successor states in the Balkans and the Middle East, Hungarian historiography has been more divided and has offered a more diverse view with regard to the country’s Ottoman centuries. As in the case of the biased treatment of the new nation-states of the Balkans and the Middle East, the more balanced Hungarian attitude has its political and cultural-historiographical background, which is briefly addressed in the paper.

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During the campaign of Amunhotep II in the year of nine a curious event took place that might be interpreted as death by burning prisoners. The possibility of this brutal treatment raises the question of the status of war-prisoners. This study gives particular attention to the lexicography of skr-'nh, the symbol of the complete and permanent submission as a possible form of captivity. Not just in the Memphis Stela but among the sources of Eighteenth Dynasty many examples have appeared that put the question of the treatment of prisoners in a different, new light.

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