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Leech, G.N., 1983. Principles of pragmatics 9th ed., London: Longman.
Lehmann, W.P., 1952. Proto-Indo-European Phonology, Austin, TX: University of Texas Press. Available at: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/books/piep00.html [Accessed 2013-12-26].
Lieftinck, G.I., 1954. Pour une nomenclature de l’écriture livresque de la période dite gothique. In B. Bishoff, Lieftlinck, G. I., & Batelli, G., eds. Nomenclatures des écritures livresques du {IX} au {XVI} sèicle. Paris: Centre national de la Recherche scientifique, pp. 19–24.
Lindblom, B. & Maddieson, I., 1988. Phonetic universals in consonant systems. In L. M. Hyman & Li, C. N., eds. Language, Speech and Mind. New York: Routledge, pp. 62–78.
Lindblom, B., 1986. Phonetic universals in vowel systems. In J. J. Ohala & Jaeger, J. J., eds. Experimental phonology. Academic Press, pp. 13–44.
Lindblom, B., 1992. Phonological units as adaptive emergents of lexical development. In M. C. A. L. Ferguson & Stoel-Gammon, C., eds. Phonological development. Parkton, Maryland: York Press, pp. 131–164.
Lindsay, W.M., 1923. Palaeographia latina, London: Oxford University Press.
Lubowicz, A., 2007. Paradigmatic Contrast in Polish. Journal of Slavic linguistics, 15} pages = {229–262(2).
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Mallon, J., 1952. Paléographie romaine, Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas.
Matasović, R., 2008. Poredbenopovijesna gramatika hrvatskoga jezika 1st ed., Zagreb: Matica hrvatska.
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McHale, B., 1987. Postmodernist Fiction, London: Methuen.
H. Melchert, C., 1985. PIE velars in Luvian. In C. Watkins, ed. Studies in Memory of Warren Cowgill (1929-1985). Papers from the Fourth East Coast Indo-European Conference Cornell University, June 6-9, 1985. pp. 182–204. Available at: http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/docs/icb.topic254229.files/melchert.pdf [Accessed 2013-12-26].
Mihov, N., 2000. Problèmes de la concurrence entre les connecteurs temporels les plus employés en français et en bulgare contemporains. Съпоставително езикознание / Сопоставительное языкознание / Contrastive linguistics, 25(3), pp.5–32.
Mileva, R., 1994. Phrasal Verbs in the Interlanguage of First Year English Philology Students. Съпоставително езикознание / Сопоставительное языкознание / Contrastive linguistics, 19(3–4), pp.31–37.
Moeller, B., 1971. Piety in Germany around 1500. In S. E. Ozme, ed. The Reformation in Medieval Perspective. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, pp. 50–75.
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Nikolova, S., Kabakčiev, J. & Atanasov, A., 1979. Première conférence complexe d’études bulgares. Palaeobulgarica / Старобългаристика, 3(3), pp.51–64.
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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.
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.
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Palonen, E., 2002. Postcommunist Histories in Budapest: The Cult of Great Men in Spring 2002. In Paper presented at thy “Contours of Legitimacy in Central Europe: New Approaches in Graduate Studies” Conference, European Studies Centre St. Anthony’s College, Oxford. May 24–25, 2002. Available at: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~oaces/conference/papers/Emilia_Palonen.pdf .
Petersen, W., 1939. The Primary Cases of the Tocharian Nominal Declination. Language, 15(2 (Apr – Jun), pp.72 – 98.
Pisoni, D.B., Lively, S.E. & Logan, J.S., 1994. Perceptual learning of non-native speech contrasts: Implication for theories of speech perception. In J. C. Goodman & Nusbaum, H. C., eds. The development of speech perception: The transition from speech sounds to spoken words. Cambridge, Mass: {MIT} press, pp. 121–166.
Poulet, G., 1969. Phenomenology of Reading. New Literary History, 1, pp.53–68.

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