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Sbornik Praci Filosoficke Fakulty Brnenske University, A: Rada Jazykovedna, ISSN 0231-7567, 01/2003, Volume 51, Issue A51, pp. 223 - 229
Material collected in the 1980s is utilized to study the formation of adverbs derived from pronominal bases in the East Moravian varieties of Czech, &... 
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Linguistica Brunensia: Sborník Prací Filosofické Fakulty Brnenské University, A: Rada Jazykovedná/Series Linguistica, ISSN 0231-7567, 2001, Volume 49, p. 191
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Sbornik Praci Filosoficke Fakulty Brnenske University, A: Rada Jazykovedna/Series Linguistica, ISSN 0231-7567, 01/2002, Volume 50, Issue A50, pp. 111 - 118
Adverbs derived from nouns do not have any special means of formation characteristics in the East Moravian dialects, however, they show numerous territorial... 
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Linguistica Brunensia: Sborník Prací Filosofické Fakulty Brnenské University, A: Rada Jazykovedná/Series Linguistica, ISSN 0231-7567, 2000, Volume 48, p. 127
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Sbornik Praci Filosoficke Fakulty Brnenske University, A: Rada Jazykovedna/Series Linguistica, ISSN 0231-7567, 01/2001, Volume 49, Issue A49, pp. 191 - 196
Examines the formation of diminutives in the dialects of East Moravia, based on fieldwork conducted in the 1980s. The word-formational category of dialectal... 
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Sbornik Praci Filosoficke Fakulty Brnenske University, A: Rada Jazykovedna/Series Linguistica, ISSN 0231-7567, 01/2000, Volume 48, Issue A48, pp. 127 - 130
Material collected in field research carried out in the years 1985-1987 in 13 villages of eastern Moravia, Czech Republic, is analyzed, & a rich & diverse... 
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Linguistica Brunensia: Sborník Prací Filosofické Fakulty Brnenské University, A: Rada Jazykovedná/Series Linguistica, ISSN 0231-7567, 1995, Volume 44, Issue 43, p. 93
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Sbornik Praci Filosoficke Fakulty Brnenske University, A: Rada Jazykovedna, ISSN 0231-7567, 01/1995, Volume 44, Issue A43, pp. 93 - 96
Three groups of prepositions occurring in East Moravian dialects are examined for the base from which they derive, territorial distribution, Standard Czech... 
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