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or Bulg,

1. Bulgaria.
2. Bulgarian.
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(159) See Ivan Dikov, Bulgarian Archaeologist Concludes Roman Artifacts Seized from Smugglers Authentic, Originated in Asia Minor and the Middle East, ARCHAEOLOGY BULG. (Aug.
(56.) National Assembly, White Paper on Defence and the Armed Forces of the Republic of Bulgaria ([Sofia,] Bulg.: [2011]), pp.
altpreuss.--altpreussisch; altruss.--altrussisch; bulg.--bulgarisch; kirchenslaw.--kirchenslawischh; estS--sudestnische Dialekte; poln.--polnisch; Sa--Saaremaa; serbokroat.--serbokroatisch; slowak.--slowakisch; slowen.--slowenisch; tschech.--tschechisch; urslaw.--urslawisch; weissruss.--weissrussisch.
Table 3 Syncretism among non core cases in Czech "bone" "castle" Gen kosti hradu Loc kosti hrade Dat kosti hradu Instr kosti hradem The caseless status of Bulgarian and Macedonian, as is the rule, has triggered analyticity in the nominal systems of these languages, which redress the lack of morphological cases by using simple apposition (Bulg. litar mijako vs.
Chaki, On pseudo Ricci symmetric manifolds, Bulg. J.
Battle of the 'Bulg': Richard Dunne in training ahead of tonight's game against Cyprus.
Grab-Epigrammen (Berlijn 1955) IG Inscriptiones Graecae IG Bulg Inscriptiones Graecae in Bulgaria repertae IGRR Inscriptiones Graecae ad res Romanas pertinentes ILCV Inscriptiones Latinae Christianae Veteres ILTun.
JAILED Liverpool fan Michael Shields spoke yesterday of his relief at his impending return from Bulg aria.
Robert Traynor and Nigel Gar-ton as spies Boris and Goran are a slick double act in their own right, shadowed in the slapstick stakes by David Henry and Jane Gurnett as the absurd rulers of the tin-pot kingdom (which is actually Bulg aria).
Endemic species complex (BALK + BULG): Includes 76 species (10%) established in Bulgaria (35 species) and other territories of the Balkan Peninsula (41 species).