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BREHMER, Bernhard, 2009. Höflichkeit. In: KEMPGEN, Sebastian, ed., Peter KOSTA, ed., Karl GUTSCHMIDT, ed. and others. Die slavischen Sprachen : The Slavic Languages. Berlin:Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 1047-1054. ISBN 978-3-11-015660-7. Available under: doi: 10.1515/9783110214475.1.14.1047

@incollection{Brehmer2009-11-12Hofli-49525, title={Höflichkeit}, year={2009}, doi={10.1515/9783110214475.1.14.1047}, number={32/1}, isbn={978-3-11-015660-7}, address={Berlin}, publisher={Mouton de Gruyter}, series={Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science}, booktitle={Die slavischen Sprachen : The Slavic Languages}, pages={1047--1054}, editor={Kempgen, Sebastian and Kosta, Peter and Gutschmidt, Karl}, author={Brehmer, Bernhard} }

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