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Nikolov, T. & Petrova, K., 2001. A Core of Bulgarian WordNet for Nouns. Humans and Computer. Verbal communication and interaction via computer. In T. Slama-Cazacu, ed. 9-th International conference of GRLA-RWCAL, Bacau-Tescani, Romania, 26-29 April 2001. Constanţa: Europolis, pp. 279–296.
Keipert, H., 1996. A. Cr. Vostokov, die deutsche Slavenkunde und das Altbulgarische. Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 20(1), pp.99–114.
Hagland, J.Ragner, 1996. The Cristianization of Norway and Possible Influences from the Eastern Churches. Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 20(3), pp.3–19.
Steiner, G., 1979. Critic/Reader. New Literary History, 10, pp.423 – 452.
Malić, D., 2008. Croatian Medieval texts in Latin script. In I. Supičić & Hercigonja, E., eds. Croatia and Europe. London ; Zagreb ; New York: Philip Wilson ; Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts ; Školska knjiga ; Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 301-322.
Goody, J., 1982. Cuisine, and Class: а Study in Comparative Sociology, New York: Cambridge University Press.
Clough, C.H., 1976. The Cult of Antiquity : Letters and Letter Collections. In C. H. Clough, ed. Cultural Aspects of the Italian Renaissance : Essays in Honour of Paul Oskar Kristeller. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 33–68.
Kapitány, Á. & Kapitány, G., 2008. Cultural Pattern of a Museum Guide (House of Terror, Budapest). In S. Wahnich, Lášticová, B., & Findor, A., eds. Politics of Collective Memory: Cultural Patterns of Commemorative Practices in Post-War Europe. Vienna: LIT Verlag.
Clark, A.C., 1910. The Cursus in Medieval and Vulgar Latin, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Haraway, D., 1991. A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century. In Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of Nature. New York: Routledge, pp. 149 – 181.
Hyman, L., 2002. Cyclicity and base non-identity. In D. Restle & Zaefferer, D., eds. Sounds and Systems: Studies in Structure and Change, a Festschrift for Theo Vennemann. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 223–240.
Kovács, E., 2003. Cynical and the Ironical: Remembering Communism in Hungary. Regio – Minorities, Politics, Society, (1).
Szacka, B., 2006. Czas przeszły, pamięć, mi, Warszawa: Scholar.
Bibliogr. s. 223-237, "Cytowane podręczniki szkolne" s. 143-144
Tkaczewski, D., 2012. Czeski dorobek encyklopedyczny – Ottův slovník naučný jako uniwersalna encyklopedia narodowa. In K. Jarząbek, Ruttar, A., & Sojda, S., eds. Spotkania międzykulturowe. Językoznawstwo. Glottodydaktyka. Katowice: UŚ ; Gnome, pp. 200-216.
Aitzetmüller, R., 1977. Das altbulgarische na tьla ‘καμαί’. Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 1(1), pp.32–36.
Panzer, B., 1984. Das altbulgarische Vokalsystem. Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 8(1), pp.23–27.
Georgiev, V., 1965. Das hethitisch-luwische Deminutivsuffix –ant-. Archiv Orientální, 33, pp.175 – 182.
Aitzetmüller, R., 1961. Das Hexaemeron des Exarchen Johannes, Graz: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt.
Parallel text in Old Bulgarian), Russian, German and Greek. Introduction in German.
Aitzetmüller, R., 1960. Das Hexaemeron des Exarchen Johannes, Graz: Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt.
Parallel text in Slavonic {(Old} Bulgarian), Russian, German and Greek. Introduction in German.


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