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No 3 (2015) World-Building Models of English and Spanish Business Terminology as Reflection of National Morphosyntactic Mentality
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(Rus)
Litiagina E.A.
Vol 22, No 2 (2018) TERMINOLOGICAL EQUIVALENCE IN TRANSLATION OF PHILOSOPHICAL TEXTS
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(Eng)
BEDNÁROVÁ-GIBOVÁ K., ZÁKUTNÁ S.
No 4 (2009) Institutional discourse analysis: educational discourse
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(Rus)
Penkov B.V.
No 1 (2015) Emotivity Elements in Sports Discourse (in Dancing Terminology)
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(Rus)
Khlebutina V.Y., Maksimenko O.I.
No 2 (2015) Hyper-Hyponymic Relations in Terminology Expressing Investor Relations
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(Rus)
Sarangova T.A.
Vol 20, No 3 (2016) Lexical and Semantic Fields Judge and Sudya in the English and Russian Languages
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(Rus)
Ozyumenko V.I.
No 4 (2011) On the results of the comparative analysis of the legal terminology in modern legal systems
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(Rus)
Alontseva N.V.
No 4 (2011) English borrowings in the French financial discourse as a feature of national character
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(Rus)
Naydenova N.S.
No 2 (2013) The problems of the medical terminology (on the base of German)
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(Rus)
Baghana J., Velichkova S.M.
No 3 (2010) The role of subject classification in terminological studies
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(Rus)
Baghana J., Taranova E.N.
No 3 (2010) Institutional Discourse Markers: Educational Discourse
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(Rus)
Penkov B.V.
No 4 (2013) The formation of the Chinese terminology: tradition and modernity
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(Rus)
Otchirov O.R.
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