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) assumes only one plural marker in BP, -s , and attributes the irregularity discussed here to morphophonemic rules, which convert a theoretical theme vowel into a palatal glide in the plural context (e.g., ∗ animales → anima ∅ es → anima [j] s

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diseases but also, to a lesser extent, against animal ailments ( Kontomichis 1985 :93 ; Ionas 2007 :Β:85– 87). Characteristic of the expanded use of this charm is the fact that in Cyprus 53 variants are published in the Σώμα των Κυπριακών Επωδών [Corpus

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relation to vital fluids – blood, milk, water – whose absence leads to imbalances, expressed in animals’ loss of fertility, the soil’s lack of moisture, and humans’ weakening health (or even death) 8 – all due to thirst. Related to the characters of the

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transformations in animal husbandry. Tracts of land combined in the course of farm- reallocation were used by mid-sized and large estates for independent shepherding while smallholders could only acquire grazing land with great difficulty and despite collaboration

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. Between the surface and 30 cm below was dark brown, pedogenically altered silty clay. The part closer to the surface was highly mixed, presumably connected with modern-period animal husbandry. The investigated site has been used for the past 200 years as

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animal-headed fibulae and more than 20 pieces of glass paste beads ( Fig. 2 ). Moreover, the basic characteristics of the burial rite to the extent they were documented show unquestionable similarities, e.g. this burial was also an inhumation. 13

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: Peter, Mary animate, personal, common: doctor, student animate, personal, collective: government, State animate, non-personal, higher animal: dog, horse animate, non-personal, lower animal: ant, fly inanimate, personified: sun, computer

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1. lelőhely (Garadna-Kovács tanya) germán állatcsontjainak vizsgálata [Analisys of German animal remains from Garadna-Elkerülö út 1. Site (Garadna-Kovács tanya)] . A Herman Ottó Múzeum Évkönyve (Miskolc) 48 , 335 – 355

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has emerged as a brand for the region as a whole. Dániel Babai and Viktor Ulicsni present two parallel articles on plant and animal knowledge among local experts. They demonstrate convincingly that the incongruity between local environmental perception

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driven by animal-husbandry, such as was prevalent in early Irish society of the ancient and medieval period. In fact, to this day only a handful of Irish individuals received sainthood through an official process. Instead, they achieved sainthood through

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