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Conference Proceedings
Tan, N. et al., 2010. Multi-level Annotations of Nonverbal Behaviors in French Spontaneous Conversations. International Conference for Language Resources and Evaluation (2010), pp.74–79. Available at: http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/docs/00/48/88/32/PDF/Tan_et_al._LREC_2010.pdf [Accessed 20.10.2014AD].
Book Chapter
Nikolov, T. & Petrova, K., 2001. Towards Building Bulgarian WordNet. In G. Angelova et al., eds. Euroconference Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing.Proceedings. Tzigov Chark, Bulgaria, 5-7 September, 2001. John Benjamins, pp. 199–203.
Miller, J., 1986. A third look at the second Dative. In R. D. Brecht & Levine, J. S., eds. Case in Slavic. Slavica, pp. 296–311.
Macdonald, S., 1996. Theorizing Museums: An Introduction. In S. Macdonald & Fyfe, G., eds. Theorizing Museums: Representing Identity and Diversity in a Changing World. Oxford: Blackwel.
Macdonald, S., 1996. Theorizing Museums: An Introduction. In S. Macdonald & Fyfe, G., eds. Theorizing Museums: Representing Identity and Diversity in a Changing World. Oxford: Blackwel.
Hooper-Greenhill, E., 2006. Studying Visitors. In S. Macdonald, ed. A Companion to Museum Studies. Chicester: Blackwell Publishing.
Augustinus, H., 1841. Solilogiorium. In J. - P. Migne, ed. Patrologia Latina. Paris: Apud Garnier Fratres et J.-P. Migne Successores. Available at: http://www.augustinus.it/latino/soliloqui/index2.htm [Accessed 2013-12-29].
Stevens, K.N. & Blumstein, S.E., 1981. The search for invariant acoustic correlates of phonetic features. In P. D. Eimas & Miller, J. L., eds. Perspectives on the study of speech. Hillsdale, {NJ}: Erlbaum.
Jakobsson, Á., 2004. Royal biography. In R. McTurk, ed. A Companion to Old Norse-Icelandic Literature and Culture. Oxford ; Malden, MA: Blackwell, pp. 388–403.
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.
Derwich, M., 2011. Římská církev a slovanský jazyk (do konce 9. století). Ze studií o christianizaci raně středověké Evropy. In E. Doležalová & Meduna, P., eds. Co můj kostel dnes má, nemůže kníže odníti : věnováno Petru Sommerovi k životnímu jubileu. Praha: Nakladatelství Lidové noviny, pp. 101–110.
Constable, G., 1971. The Popularity of Twelfth Century Spiritual Writers in the Late Middle Ages. In A. Molho & Tedeschi, J. A., eds. Renaissance Studies in Honor of Hans Baron. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, pp. 5–28.
Moeller, B., 1971. Piety in Germany around 1500. In S. E. Ozme, ed. The Reformation in Medieval Perspective. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, pp. 50–75.
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].
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.
Miles, R. & Tout, A., 1994. Outline of a Technology for Effective Science Exhibits. In E. Hooper-Greenhill, ed. The Educational Role of the Museum. London, New York: Routledge.
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.
Athanasius, A., 1998. Orationes I contra Arianos. In K. Metzler, Hansen, D., & Savvidis, K., eds. Werke. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
Athanasius, A., 1887. Orationes contra Arianos. In J. - P. Migne, ed. Patrologia Graeca. Paris: Apud Garnier Fratres et J.-P. Migne Successores, pp. 111–526. Available at: http://www.documentacatholicaomnia.eu/02g/0295-0373,_Athanasius,_Orationes_contra_Arianos,_MGR.pdf [Accessed 2013-12-29].
Athanasius, A., 1998. Oratio II contra Arianos. In K. Metzler, Hansen, D., & Savvidis, K., eds. Werke. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
Szabó, L., 2009. Narrating “the People” and “Disciplining” the Folk: The Constitution of the Hungarian Ethnographic Discipline and the Touristic Movements (1870-1900). In D. Mishkova, ed. We, the People: Politics of National Peculiarity in Southeastern Europ. Budapest & New York: CEU Press.
Silverstone, R., 1994. The Medium is the museum: on Objects and Logics in Time and Space. In R. Miles, ed. Towards the Museum of the Future. New European Perspectives. London: Routledge.
H. Melchert, C., 2012. Luvo-Lycian Stops Revisited. In R. Sukač & Šefčík, O., eds. The Sound of Indo-European. München: Lincom, pp. 206–218. Available at: http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/people/Melchert/melchertSofIE2.pdf [Accessed 2013-12-26].
Grice, H.P., 1975. Logic and conversation. In P. Cole & Morgan, J. L., eds. Syntax and semantics. Elsevier, pp. 41–58.
Ohala, J.J., 1981. The listener as the source of sound change. In R. A. Hendric Masek & Miller, M. Frances, eds. Papers from the parasession on language and behavior. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, pp. 178–203.

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