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No 1 (2012) Correlation of the conceptual structures of phraseological units representing love and hate
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(Rus)
Kononova P.N.
No 3 (2011) Phraseological units in a new linguistic picture of the Mexican national variant of Spanish Language
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(Rus)
Guishkayeva L.N.
No 1 (2012) Correlation of English and Russian proverbs. Some features of bilingual translation
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(Rus)
Garcia-Caselles C.C.
No 1 (2013) Peculiarity of the idiomatic constructions with lost lexical meanings of components
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(Rus)
Puzov N.A.
No 4 (2009) The image-bearing basis of the feminine phraseological units of the french argot (on the material of the phraseological thematic group «Person's appearance»)
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(Rus)
Sinelnikov Y.G., Androsova S.A.
No 4 (2012) Phraseological units as the reflection of the national and cultural originality of ethnic community (on the material of Spanish and English)
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(Rus)
Guishkayeva L.N.
No 2 (2013) National and cultural specifics of functioning of the phraseological units with phytonyms in the Mexican national variant of Spanish language
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(Rus)
Guishkayeva L.N., Komova D.D.
No 2 (2009) Peculiarities of representing the concept of space filling
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(Rus)
Prokhorova O.N., Likhacheva V.V.
No 1 (2011) Somatic means of person's characterization in French argot (on the material of the phraseological thematic group «Person's character»)
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(Rus)
Sinelnikov Y.G., Androsova S.A.
No 1 (2012) Phraseological units with personal names in modern Spanish
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(Rus)
Chesnokova O.S., Shkarban E.A.
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