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When making art means breaking law? Anthropological redefinitions of the 'art' at the margins of legality Tchermalykh, Nataliya 2020
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Types of anger in Spanish and Russian Soriano, Cristina; Fontaine, Johnny; Ogarkova, Anna; Mejía Quijano, Claudia; ... Shakhovskyy, Viktor 2013
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The Syrian Conflict and Russia's Search for Regional Hegemony in a Contested Middle East: Implications for the Euro-Atlantic Community Didier, Brice 2017
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The anticancer drug discovery potential of marine invertebrates from russian pacific Katanaev, Vladimir; Di Falco, Salvatore; Khotimchenko, Yuri 2019
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Sedimentology, biostratigraphy and diagenesis of Upper Triassic shallow–water carbonates from Japan and Russian Far East: New investigations on the Panthalassa Ocean Peyrotty, Giovan 2020
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Recognition of upper Triassic temperate foraminiferal assemblages: Insights from the Khodz Group (NW Caucasus, Russia) Gale, Luka; Rigaud, Sylvain; Gennari, Valerio; Blau, Joachim; ... Gaetani, Maurizio 2020
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Pussy Riot and FEMEN's Global Trajectories in Law, Society, and Culture Tchermalykh, Nataliya; Zychowicz, Jessica 2021
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Mycobacterium ulcerans-specific immune response after immunisation with bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine Pittet, Laure; Tebruegge, Marc; Dutta, Binita; Donath, Susan; ... Ritz, Nicole 2021
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Making Art or Breaking Law? Tchermalykh, Nataliya 2021
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In-Game Text Design Quality of Russian Fan Localisation: The Case Study of Undertale Barchenko, Maria 2022
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How Does Law Protect in War? Sassòli, Marco; Bouvier, Antoine A.; Quintin, Anne 2011
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[Review of:] Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom, Valerie Sperling, and Melike Sayoglu. Courting Gender Justice: Russia, Turkey, and the European Court of Human Rights. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019 Tchermalykh, Nataliya 2020