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Bibliography of the Czech Linguistics (BibCzechLing)

The "Bibliography of the Czech Linguistics (BibCzechLing)" is provided by the Institute of the Czech Language of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (Ústav pro jazyk český AV). The database contains about 73.280 records and covers the period from 1992 till 2018. The list of subjects is located here.

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O starom mongolskom písme

Kiripolská, Marta, in: Nový Orient, 47, č. 9, 1992, s. 262-264
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Altaic numerals

Blažek, Václav, in: Studia Etymologica Cracoviensia, 2, 1997, s. 33-75
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Yenisseian etymology of the North Kazaxstan toponym Selety?

Blažek, Václav, in: Central Asiatic Journal (Wiesbaden), 39, č. 1, 1995, s. 9-10
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Ni in Minhe Mangghuer and other Mongol languages

Yongzhong, Zhu; Chuluu, Ujiyediin; Stuart, Kevin, in: Archív orientální, 67, č. 3, 1999, s. 323-338
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Svátek kalmyckého národa

Chaloupková, Lygžima, in: Nový Orient, 55, č. 2, 2000, s. 50-54
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On the origin of the Middle Mongolian initial h- and the motivation for its loos

Wang, Penglin, in: Archív orientální, 60, č. 4, 1992, s. 389-408
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Text and interpretation

Hřebíček, Luděk, in: Studies in Near Eastern languages and literatures : Memorial volume of Karel Petráček, Praha, Orientální ústav AV ČR ; 1996, s. 279-286
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Towards a definition of Tatar cases via the structural-functional morphemic model

Suleymanov, Jewdet, in: Proceedings of LP'96 : Typology: Prototypes, Item Orderings and Universals, Praha, Karolinum ; 1997, s. 387-395
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Zur Frage nach dem Zusammenhang zwischen der Wortfolge im Satz und der Abfolge von Suffixen (am Beispiel der uralischen Sprachen)

Honti, László, in: Proceedings of LP'96 : Typology: Prototypes, Item Orderings and Universals, Praha, Karolinum ; 1997, s. 433-443
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Tatar phonological rules as a base of two-level morphological analyzer

Suleymanov, D.; Guilmoulline, R.; Guilmoulline, A., in: Proceedings of LP'2000 : Item Order: Its Variety and Linguistic and Phonetic Consequences. Prague, Charles University, August 21-25, 2000, Praha, Karolinum ; 2001, s. 495-504.