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Allgemeiner Pflanzenbau by Kord Baeumer
Aufklärung, Empfindsamkeit, Sturm und Drang by Gerhard Kaiser
Basiswissen Deutsche Wortbildung (Uni-Taschenbücher M)
Botanisches Wörterbuch : Pflanzennamen und botanische Fachwörter ; mit einer "Einführung in die Terminologie und Nome by Rudolf Schubert
Wörterbuch der Ökologie by Matthias Schaefer
Theory of Semiotics by Umberto Eco105
Bibliothekarisches Grundwissen by Rupert Hacker148
Philosophie und theoretische Linguistik by Sebastian K. Šaumjan166
Generative Syntax - Generative Semantik : Darstellung und Kritik by Manfred Immler207
Allgemeine Sprachtypologie : Prinzipien und Messverfahren by Gabriel Altmann250
Strukturen des Russischen : eine Einführung in die Methoden und Ergebnisse der deskriptiven Grammatik by Baldur Panzer296
Fortran IV : eine Einführung in die elektronische Datenverarbeitung zum Selbststudium by Klaus Merten428
Empirical linguistics by Herbert Pilch432
The Act of Reading: A Theory of Aesthetic Response by Wolfgang Iser636
Die Bibliograpie : Einführung in Benutzung, Herstellung, Geschichte by Eberhard Bartsch948
Einführung in das vergleichende Studium des deutschen und russischen Wortschatzes by Willy Birkenmaier1440
Come si fa una tesi di laurea by Umberto Eco1512
Einführung in das funktionale Übersetzen : am Beispiel von Titeln und Überschriften by Christiane Nord1734
Phonetik des Deutschen by Heikki J. Hakkarainen1835

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