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      Cases and prepositional case constructions with qualitative meaning in contemporary Serbia literary language (semantico-syntactic analysis) [1]
      Categorial Expressions šta, što and zašto in the Language of Petar II Petrović Njegoš (The Modalities of ʹʹBeingʹʹ and ʹʹNon-Beingʹʹ in Njegoš’s Idiolect) [1]
      Category of Gender in Grammar and Logic (In Light Of ’Feminization’ of the Serbian Language) [1]
      Child and Metaphor [1]
      Church Slavonic Language and Language Ideology [1]
      Church slavonic žlъděti ‘desiderare, cupere’ – relict or innovation [1]
      Church-slavonic language in Serbian education system [1]
      Clauses of Cause with the Conjunction ako in Contemporary Serbian [1]
      Cognitive and Linguistic Assumptons of the Elementary Writing [1]
      Cognitive Units in the Structure of Word Soul Concept in the Serbian Language [1]
      Comical effect of anthroponyms and cognomens in the works of Branko Ćopić [1]
      Common Slavic *rog- ‘to see, to look’? [1]
      Common Slavic mǫžь ‘man’ [1]
      Comparative lexicography of Slavic languages [1]
      Competition of the Dative Case without Preposition and the Genitive Case with the Preposition kod as Formalisors of Spatial Adlativeness in Romaniјa Vernacular of Stari Vlah [1]
      Compilation of a Normative Dictionary of the Contemporary Serbian Language [1]
      Compilation of words from various parts, predominantly from Vojvodina by Jovan Jovanović Zmaj in the Corpus of Dictionary of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SANU) as a Contribution to the Development of Serbian Standard Language [1]
      Compiling a Single Volume Etymological Dictionary of the Serbian Language : klonuti ‘to lean, bend; become weak, exhausted; despair, become discouraged’ [1]
      Compounds in the corpus of new words with formative elements denoting quantification [1]
      Connotative grouping of verbal associations based on the semantic characteristics of verbal stimuli [1]