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Paterson-Ševčenko, N., 1994. The Representation of Donors and Holy Figures on Four Byzantine Icons. Δελτίον της Χριστιανικής Αρχαιολογικής Εταιρείας, 17(4), pp.157–164. Available at: [Accessed 03.04.2015AD].
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Mladenova, M., 2013. Relations between Possessivity and Grammaticalisation in Bulgarian, Czech and Russian. Езиков свят / Orbis linguarum, 11(2), pp.109-114.
Minamitani, Y., 2015. Remarks to Darin Tenev’s "The Cat, the Look, and Death". The Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (Jinbun Gakuho), 511, pp.152-157.
Miltenova, A., Bojadžiev, A. & Velev, S., 1998. Repertorium of Medieval Slavic Literature: Computer and Philological Standards. Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 22(2), pp.50–69.
Marcotte, E., 2011. Responsive Web Design, New York: A Book Apart.
 Foreword by Jeremy Keith
Marcotte, E., 2010. Responsive Web Design. A List Apart, (306). Available at: [Accessed 2014-01-18].
Mango, C., 1954. A Russian Graffito in St. Sophia, Constantinople. Slavic Word, 10, pp.436 – 438.
Majeska, G.P., 1984. Russian travelers to Constantinople in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection.
Lundberg, G.H., 2010. Review: Tjaša Jakop. The Dual in Slovene Dialects. Journal of Slavic linguistics, (18), pp.337–338.
Lindblom, B. & Studdert-Kennedy, M., 1967. On the role of formant transitions in vowel recognition. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 42, pp.830-843.
Lindblom, B. & Studdert-Kennedy, M., 1991. On the role of formant transitions in vowel recognition. In R. D. Kent J. Miller & Atal, B. S., eds. Papers in speech communication: Speech perception. New York: Acoustical Society of America, pp. 501-514.
Leclercq, J., 1962. Recueil d’études de Saint Bernard, Rome: Ed. de Storia et Letteratura.
Launer, M.K. & McShane, M.J., 2007. Review: A Theory of Ellipsis. Journal of Slavic linguistics, 15(1), pp.149–162.


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