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SLAVSlavic
SLAVSchool Library Association of Victoria
SLAVSex, Lies and Videotape
SLAVSubject Level Adjusted Variable (biostatistics)
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(7) In Slavic, many bahuvrihi compounds with a numeral in first position are known, e.g.
In the reminiscences that follow, Hecimovic reveals that key South Slavic members of the CPC and officials of the CLDL were in touch with him.
On 20 September 2013, 24 university applicants from the list of MP Osmonaliyev were unlawfully admitted into the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University with payment of tuition.
In an effort to counter these impacts and improve the environmental health of the community, Slavic Village Development is joining American Forests and the Alcoa Foundation in a Global ReLeaf project to plant 55 trees on abandoned land that spans nearly five acres.
(6) In the Testament and the Mohyla text the quotation is that the tsar should "iako Bogu ne gnevatisia, i iako smertnu ne voznositisia"; in the two Slavic versions of Agapetus we read "iako smertnu ne voznositisia, i aky Bogu ne gnevatisia" (329), a simple reversal of the order of phrases.
The 16 papers explore such aspects of Slavic languages as the interplay of feature inheritance and information structure in Polish inverse copular sentences, a semantic analysis of Czech kind-denoting and group-denoting noun phrases, the rise of the indefinite article edin in Bulgarian, the syntax and semantics of directional axial expressions in Russian, trochaic lengthening in Neostokavian, the semantic compatibility of two Czech temporal adjuncts, and naturally-atomic singular noun-adjective construction kinds in Russian as lexically derived.
For most of their history (at least a millennium), the culture and art of the Slavs was intimately and exclusively associated with religion and faith, and much of the modern Slavic art is still of the Eastern religious nature.
Last year, I reviewed Editio Musica Budapest's Kaleidoscope for AMT, and in many respects, this review of Slavic Miniatures feels a bit self-plagiarized, as I can hear most of my comments and criticisms being echoed from the past.
The IE root *kwel- expanded with *-d occurs also in Slavic languages.
A 10-member brass band that plays a loud, funky blend of American and European-inspired music, Slavic Soul Party!
The Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union has more than 72,000 members and $1.4 billion in assets.
In 1840 he accepted the Chair of Slavic Literatures at the prestigious College de France.