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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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place according to a regulated procedure, the individual treatment of which (although instructive from an anthropological point of view) lies outside the scope of the present study. There are tasks related to organization and topic selection prior to the

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. 9 In Hungary, a great deal of money has been allocated to the recovery, treatment, and improvement of habitats, while the Goričko Landscape Park faces great difficulties in purchasing the lands, due not only to the financial shortage but also to

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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/or simplify the language. Editors were also asked about their treatment of books with different audience age. While 50% of them did not answer the question (not deeming it applicable to their own work), among those who answered, the vast majority

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with a structure of a different size. The rest follows from a general theory of spellout introduced in Section 2.2 . 3.2 The instrumental Let me now turn to the question as to whether (and how) we can extend the treatment of the nominative to also

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treatment of vowels in hiatus. Vowel hiatus, i.e. adjacent vowels, is banned in most environments in the language. When a combination of two morphemes results in adjacent vowels, a number of strategies are used in the language to resolve it. Two of these

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