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Rogos J. 2008. A synchronic approach to Old English nominal paradigms in the study of Ælfric’s {Catholic Homilies}.” In: Marcin, Krygier; Liliana, Sikorska (eds.)  The Laurer of Oure Englische Tonge (Medieval English Mirror 5). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 49-57.
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Rogos J. 2013. Crafting text languages: Spelling systems in manuscripts of the "Man of Law's Tale" as a means of construing scribal community of practice.” In: Kopaczyk, Joanna; Jucker, Andreas (eds.)  Communities of Practice in the History of English. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishing Company, 105-122.
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Rogos J. 2013. Litteral Substitution Sets in MSS of the “Man of Law’s Tale”.” In: Irén Hegedűs and Dóra Pődör (eds.)   Periphrasis, Replacement and Renewal. Studies in English Historical Linguistics. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 83-90.
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Rogos J. 2011. On the pitfalls of interpretation: Latin abbreviations in MSS of the "Man of Law's Tale".” In: Fisiak, J.; Bator, M. (eds.)  Foreign Influences on Medieval English (Studies in English Medieval Language and Literature, Vol. 28). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag, 47-54.
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Rogos J. 2009. On the (im)possibility of graphetic transcription. Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny 56(3): 223-230.
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Rogos-Hebda J. 2016. The visual text: Bibliographic codes as pragmatic markers on a manuscript page. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia. An International Review of English Studies 51(3): 37-44.
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Rogos J. 2009. Transcribing and editing graphetic detail in the manuscripts of Chaucer’s {Man of Law’s Tale}.” In: Krygier, M.; Sikorska, L. (eds.)  Comoun peplis language (Medieval English Mirror 6). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag, 79-86.
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