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Open Access Issues of Modern Greek and German Compounding: A Contrastive Approach

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Issues of Modern Greek and German Compounding: A Contrastive Approach

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In this contribution, I offer a summary of my 2013 University of Patras Ph.D. dissertation on compounding in Modern Greek and German.

Affiliations: 1: University of Bielefeld, Germany maria_koliopoulou@daad-alumni.de

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In this contribution, I offer a summary of my 2013 University of Patras Ph.D. dissertation on compounding in Modern Greek and German.

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