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Journal Article
Ovčarov, D., 1987. Zweite internationale Konferenz der Prabulgaristen. Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 11(2), pp.120–121.
Obbema, P.F.J., 1978. Writing on Uncut Sheets. Quaerendo, 8(4), pp.337–354.
Ong, W.J., 1956. System, Space, and Intellect in Renaissance Symbolism. Bibliothèque d’humanisme et Renaissance, 18, pp.222–239.
Obbema, P.F.J., 1977. The Rooklooster Register Evaluated. Quaerendo, 7(4), pp.326–353.
Orr, R., 2012. Review: The Slavicization of the Russian north: Mechanisms and chronology. Journal of Slavic linguistics, (20), pp.121–143.
Otrębski, J., 1949. La formation des noms physiographiques en lithuanien. Lingua Posnaniensis, 1, pp.199 – 243.
Olesch, R., 1983. Kyrillo-methodianische Spuren im Dravänischen. Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 7(1), pp.3–10.
Orzechowska, H., 1976. Imiesłowy przysłówkowe we współczesnym języku polskim i bułgarskim (Frekwencja i podstawowe różnice w dystrybucjach). Съпоставително езикознание / Сопоставительное языкознание / Contrastive linguistics, 1(2), pp.114–127.
Lukaszewicz, B. & Opalińska, M., 2007. How Abstract are Childrens Representations? Evidence from Polish. Journal of Slavic linguistics, 15(2), pp.263–290.
Levy-Schoen, A. & O’Regan, K., 1979. The Control of Eye Movements in Reading. Processing of Visible Language, 13, pp.7–36.
Otrębski, J., 1963. Baltisch-Slawische Miszellen. Lingua Posnaniensis, 9, pp.115 – 121.
Conference Proceedings
Petrova, K., Aleksova, K. & Osenova, P., 2003. Electronic Resources of Slavic Languages - an Overview. Electronic Description and Edition of Slavic Sources. International Conference.
Book Chapter
Ong, W.J., 1976. Typographic Rhapsody : Ravisius Textor, Zwinger and Shakespeare. In R. R. Bolgar, ed. Proceedings of an International Conference Held at King’s College Cambridge April 1974. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 91–126.
Rév, I., 2008. The Terror of the House. In R. Ostow, ed. (Re)visualizing National History: Museums and National Identities in Europe in the New Millennium. Toronto : University of Toronto Press.
Ohala, J.J., 1989. Sound Change is Drawn from a Pool of Synchronic Variation. In L. E. Breivik & Jahr, E. H., eds. Language change: Contributions to the study of its causes. New York: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 171–198.
Moeller, B., 1971. Piety in Germany around 1500. In S. E. Ozme, ed. The Reformation in Medieval Perspective. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, pp. 50–75.
Ohala, J.J., 1986. Phonological evidence for top-down processing in speech perception. In J. S. Perkell & Klatt, D. H., eds. Invariance and variability in speech processes. Hillsdale: Erlbaum, pp. 386–401.
Ohala, J.J., 1993. The phonetics of sound change. In C. Jones, ed. Historical linguistics: Problems and perspectives. London-New York: Longman, pp. 237–278.
Lindblom, B., 1986. Phonetic universals in vowel systems. In J. J. Ohala & Jaeger, J. J., eds. Experimental phonology. Academic Press, pp. 13–44.
Ohala, J.J., 1974. Phonetic explanation in phonology. In R. A. Fox A. Bruck & LaGaly, M. W., eds. Papers from the parasession on natural phonology. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, pp. 251–274.
Ohala, J.J., 1983. The origin of sound patterns in vocal tract constraints. In P. MacNeilage, ed. The production of speech. New York: Springer, pp. 189–216.


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