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The Russian Accusative and Locative and Their Relation to Time and Space

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The Russian Accusative and Locative and Their Relation to Time and Space. / Lorentzen, Elena; Durst-Andersen, Per.

I: Scando-Slavica, Bind 64, Nr. 2, 29.11.2018, s. 200-227.

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Lorentzen, E & Durst-Andersen, P 2018, 'The Russian Accusative and Locative and Their Relation to Time and Space', Scando-Slavica, bind 64, nr. 2, s. 200-227. https://doi.org/10.1080/00806765.2018.1525311

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Lorentzen, E., & Durst-Andersen, P. (2018). The Russian Accusative and Locative and Their Relation to Time and Space. Scando-Slavica, 64(2), 200-227. https://doi.org/10.1080/00806765.2018.1525311

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Lorentzen E, Durst-Andersen P. The Russian Accusative and Locative and Their Relation to Time and Space. Scando-Slavica. 2018 nov 29;64(2):200-227. https://doi.org/10.1080/00806765.2018.1525311

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Lorentzen, Elena ; Durst-Andersen, Per. / The Russian Accusative and Locative and Their Relation to Time and Space. I: Scando-Slavica. 2018 ; Bind 64, Nr. 2. s. 200-227.

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