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“There is No Disputing About Tastes”: umami, umamnyi, umamnost’
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Hypo-hyperonymic Relations in the Vocabulary of the Standard Russian Language as Compared to the Vocabulary of Everyday Speech (with Respect to Nouns Denoting People)
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|Leont’eva M. O.
Russian Dialectal Names of Swollen Veins: Etymological and Motivational Analysis
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|Iya V. Nechaeva
On the Typology of Orthographic Variance in the Russian Language
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|Surikova O. D.
Diseases and Demons in Russian Curses
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A Bureaucratic Cliché A Ravno (I) and Its History
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Poetry Corpus and Stress Placement Difficulties in Russian Classical Poetry
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|Kravchenko A. V.
“Edible” Detail in the Short Story of G. F. Kvitka-Osnovyanenko “Soldier's Portrait”
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O. Mandelstam’s Poem “Life Has Fallen Like a Comet…” (1925): An Experience of Minimalistic Poetics
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