(29) Irina Kozina
, "Rabochee dvizhenie v Rossii: Anatomiia zabastovki," Zhurnal issledovanii sotsial'noi politiki 7, no.
(9.) Petar Kurecicef al., "Revisiting the Definition of Small State through the Use of Relational and Quantitative Criteria," in Goran Kozina
, Laura Juznik Rotar, and Daniel Tomic (eds.), 19 (th) International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development Book of Proceedings, (Melbourne: Varazdin Development and Entrepreneurship Agency, 2017), pp.
16, 2018, by Miguel Guallpa to Patrycja Ewelina Kozina
Consequently, numerous research studies from abroad focus on process and result trajectories in the FL regulation within particular countries in recent years (Klapper et al., 2015; Rasoaisi & Kalebe, 2015; Kozina
& Ponikvar, 2015; Nano & Cani, 2016; Dirzyte et al., 2016; Njaramba et al., 2015; Tvaronaviciene, 2016; Alonso et al., 2016).
, "Geographical imagination of landscapes: analysis of the book of photographs Slovenian landscapes," Acta Geographica Slovenica, vol.
Berlin boast a strong roster of their own with some new arrivals that have bolstered their numbers, including Germany back Steffen Fath and Croatian Kresima Kozina
to add to a list that includes several national team stars such as Norway's Kent Robin Tonnesen, Drago Vukovic and Jakov Gojun, also from Croatia, Swedish Mattias Zachrisson, Czech Republic goalkeeper Petr Stochl, and Germany centre back Paul Drux.
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S, Lustrek M, Gams M.
LS, Borzova IV, Arutiunov VA, Ryzhak GA.
(8.) Jukic M, Kvolik S, Kardum G, Kozina
S, TomicJuraga A.
He was ambushed and shot dead, in his open car, by Yugoslav partisans, near Kozina
, Istria, in May, 1944.
(5.) With respect to L'argine, Kozina
(2002: 113) writes: 'Effeminacy emerges so often in Deledda's men that its absence is remarkable, not its appearance ...