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Vol 28 (2016) Сибирь (Siberia) in the Russian language system Abstract  PDF
Aleksandra Starzyńska
 
Vol 29 (2017) Linguo-cultural view of straw in Polish linguaculture. An ethnolinguistic approach Abstract  PDF
Jerzy Bartmiński, Agata Bielak
 
Vol 29 (2017) The linguo-cultural view of the Polish pszenica ‘wheat’ (triticum) Abstract  PDF
Jerzy Bartmiński, Anna Kaczan
 
Vol 29 (2017) Small, black, and round, and yet it can pinch anyone. On pieprz ‘pepper’ and pieprzenie, lit. ‘peppering’, in folk and general varieties of Polish Abstract  PDF
Katarzyna Prorok
 
Vol 28 (2016) Europeans. Conceptualisation and evaluation of images behind the name Abstract  PDF
Aline Viviand-Esik
 
Vol 30 (2018) From taxonomy to cognitivism: On variants of the lexicographic definition Abstract  PDF
Stanisława Niebrzegowska-Bartmińska
 
Vol 31 (2019) The French cultural concept santé ‘health’ Abstract
Arkadiusz Koselak-Marechal, James W. Underhill
 
Vol 25 (2013) Cognitive definition of the concept ``freedom” (Based on the Byelorussian language data) Abstract
Елена Руденко
 
Vol 32 (2020) The linguistic view of East and West in contemporary Polish Abstract
Piotr Mirocha
 
Vol 31 (2019) Historical memory in ethnic stereotypes. Tartars, Cossacks, Swedes, and Turks Abstract
Monika Łaszkiewicz
 
Vol 25 (2013) The base concept and its profiles. The case of the Polish stereotype of EUROPA Abstract
Jerzy Bartminski, Wojciech Chlebda
 
Vol 25 (2013) The Polish honor in dictionaries Abstract
Monika Grzeszczak
 
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