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No 4 (2014) Characterictics of Non-Equivalent Idioms of Biblical Origin in Russian and English
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(Rus)
Reunova E.V.
No 3 (2013) The Role of Borrowings in the Development of Swahili Vocabulary (on the Material of Arabic Loan Words)
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(Rus)
Semenkova L.A.
No 1 (2012) Lexico-phraseological nature of a military metaphor in modern press
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(Rus)
Zheltukhina M.R., Magomadova T.D.
No 1 (2014) Pecularities of the Perception of Concept “Happiness” by Representatives of the French and Russian National Cultures (Illustrated by Phraseology)
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(Rus)
Krivoshlykova L.V., Kurguzenkova Z.V.
No 4 (2012) Cross-cultural Analysis of Biblical Expressions in Russian, Spanish, Italian, French and English
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(Rus)
Reunova E.V.
Vol 8, No 1 (2017) Communikemes with «evaluative» meaning: etymological aspect (based on the English language material)
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(Rus)
Melikyan V.Y., Melikyan A.V.
No 3 (2016) The comparative analysis of the logoepistem in Russian and Tajik languages
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(Rus)
Nagzibekova M.B., Mirzoyeva Z.D.
No 1 (2015) Pecularities of Perception of Black Colour by Representatives of the English and French Cultures (illustrated by phraseology)
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(Rus)
Kurguzenkova Z.H., Krivoshlykova L.V.
No 3 (2014) The Concept «Strength of Mind» in the Russian and Japanese Fraseology
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(Rus)
Nedosugova A.B.
No 4 (2015) Russian Idioms “Three, Seven, Ace” and “Ward No. 6” in the Medical Aspect
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(Rus)
Bairamova L.K., Ivanova M.V.
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