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Kauderwelsch
Kauderwelsch, Indonesisch Wort für Wort by Gunda Urban1
Kauderwelsch, Russisch Wort für Wort by Elke Becker7
Nepali, Wort für Wort. Kauderwelsch by Hans G. Voßmann9
Kauderwelsch, Kisuaheli Wort für Wort by Christoph Friedrich10
Hoch-Chinesisch für Globetrotter by Marie-Luise u Helmut Forster-Latsch14
Kauderwelsch, Finnisch Wort für Wort by Hillevi Low15
Hindi - Wort für Wort [Hauptbd.] [...] by Rainer Krack17
Brasilianisch Wort für Wort. Kauderwelsch by Clemens Schrage21
Kauderwelsch, Malaiisch Wort für Wort by Martin Lutterjohann26
Kauderwelsch, Norwegisch Wort für Wort by O'Niel V. Som30
Kauderwelsch, Tschechisch Wort für Wort by Martin Wortmann32
Tibetisch Wort für Wort by Florian Reissinger33
Polnisch Wort für Wort. Kauderwelsch. by Bob Ordish35
Bengali für Globetrotter by Rainer Krack38
Guide poche malgache by Helena Voahanginirina41
Kauderwelsch, Französisch Wort für Wort by Gabriele Kalmbach42
Kauderwelsch, Dänisch Wort für Wort by Roland Hoffmann43
Kauderwelsch, Koreanisch Wort für Wort by Dietrich Haubold44
Kauderwelsch, British Slang by Veronica Sierra-Naughton47
Kauderwelsch, Persisch (Farsi) Wort für Wort by Mina Djamtorki49
Bulgarisch Wort für Wort by Elena Engelbrecht51
Kauderwelsch, Rumänisch Wort für Wort by Jürgen Salzer52
Kauderwelsch, Litauisch Wort für Wort by Katrin Jähnert54
Estnisch Wort für Wort by Irja Grönholm55
Laotisch für Globetrotter by Klaus Werner60
Vietnamesisch Wort für Wort by Monika Heyder61
Kauderwelsch, Khmer für Globetrotter (Kambodscha) by Claudia Götze-Sam62
Kauderwelsch, Burmesisch für Globetrotter by Phone Myint Maung63
Albanisch Wort für Wort by Christiane Jaenicke65
Kauderwelsch, Katalanisch Wort für Wort by Hans-Ingo Radatz72
Palästinensisch-Syrisch-Arabisch Wort für Wort. Kauderwelsch by Hans Leu75
Ukrainisch : Wort für Wort Buch. Ukrainisch by Ulrike Grube79
Hausa : Wort für Wort; [für Nigeria und Niger] Buch [...] by Hannelore Vögele80
Slowakisch für Globetrotter by John Nolan81
Scots. Die Sprache der Schotten. Kauderwelsch by Manfred Malzahn86
Georgisch Wort für Wort by Lascha Bakradse87
Kauderwelsch, Irisch-Gälisch Wort für Wort by Lars Kabel90
Kauderwelsch, Serbisch Wort für Wort by Dragoslav Jovanovic93
Kurdisch. Wort für Wort. Kauderwelsch by Ludwig Paul94
Amharisch Wort für Wort by Micha Wedekind102
Kauderwelsch, Plattdüütsch, das echte Norddeutsch by Hermann Fründt120
Usbekisch Wort für Wort: Usbekisch Wort Fuer Wort by Michael Korotkow129
Ruhrdeutsch, die Sprache des Reviers. Kauderwelsch. by Karl-Heinz Henrich146
Kauderwelsch, Balinesisch Wort für Wort by Günter Spritzig147
Kauderwelsch, Walisisch Wort für Wort by Britta Schulze-Thulin153
Flämisch Wort für Wort. Kauderwelsch. by Elfi H. M. Gilissen156
Schottisch-Gälisch Wort für Wort. Kauderwelsch by Michael Klevenhaus172
Romani Wort für Wort. Kauderwelsch by Mozes Heinschink177
Māori Wort für Wort by Haupai Puke216

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To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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