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Vol 16, No 2 (2018): LINGVOCULTUROLOGY: THEORETICAL AND APPLIED ASPECTS Linguistic conceptualization of pride in Russian and English cultures
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(Rus)
Karasik V.I.
No 1 (2010) Language representations of the concept «province» in russian lingvoculture of the first three decades of the XIX century
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(Rus)
Korotkova N.V.
No 2 (2009) The perspective of the chinese linguaculture on the characteristics of the beginning and the end of russian official letters
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(Rus)
Wu Sujuan -.
No 2 (2009) Semantic-stylistic adaptation of the newest foreign lexis (on the material of mass-media)
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(Rus)
Aksenova A.T.
No 1 (2012) The peculiarities of russian linguistic culturein limitrophe zones
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(Rus)
Shaklein V.M.
No 4 (2012) Metaphors of kinship in representing the concept «soul» in russian linguistic culture
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(Rus)
Kondratyeva O.N.
No 3 (2016) COMMUNICATION IN ADVERTISING AS FORM OF DIALOGUEOF CULTURES (Russian-Vietnamese Interaction)
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(Rus)
Mamontov A.S., Moroslin P.V.
No 4 (2015) THE IMAGE OF THE WORLD TREE IN THE ASPECT OF RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC CULTURE
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(Rus)
Gerasimenko I.A., Dmutrieva J.L.
No 1 (2016) PARTICULARITIES OF HUMOUR IN BASQUE LINGUOCULTURE
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(Rus)
Fernandez Sanchez Y.V.
No 1 (2009) Addressing in russian speech etiquette from point of view of vietnamese native speakers
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(Rus)
Nguyen Vu Huong Chi -.
No 1 (2010) The dinamics of using addressing in russian language
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(Rus)
Nguyen Vu Huong Chi -.
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