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Polona Selič, Jasna Dzanic Unger, Katja Pesjak and Janko Kersnik

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Rachel Dicke

:// [accessed 15 October 2013]. Council of the European Union, 2014. EU training mission in Mali extended. Press Release, 15 April. Czech News Agency, 2014. Defense Ministry mulls prolonging unit’s stay in Mali: Minister Stropnicky says the Czech Republic might also send soldiers to Central African Republic. Тће Prague Post, 15 April. Defense News, 2013. Italy to send 3 planes to Mali for logistical support. 22 January. Available at:

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Robert Buch, Reidar Säfvenbom and Ole Boe

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Damian Józefiak, Agata Józefiak, Bartosz Kierończyk, Mateusz Rawski, Sylwester Świątkiewicz, Jakub Długosz and Ricarda Margarete Engberg

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Enrico Robotti

, Lawrie R: Prevention by organization: the story of no. 4 maxillofacial surgical unit in North Africa and Italy during the Second World War. Plast Reconstr Surg 2008; 121 (2): 657. Chattar-Cora D, Perez-Nieves R, McKinlay A et al.: Operation Iraqi freedom: A report on a series of soldiers treated with free tissue transfer by a plastic surgery service. Ann Plast Surg 2007; 58 (2):200. Celikoz B, Sengezer M, Isik S et al.: Subacute reconstruction of lower leg and foot defects due to high velocity-high energy

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Radmila Švaříčková Slabáková

. Educational Research: Planning, Conducting, and Evaluating Quantitative and Qualitative Research. Boston: Pearson. Dawson, Graham. 1994. Soldier Heroes: British Adventure, Empire, and the Imagining of Masculinities. London: Routledge. Edley, Nigel. 2001. “Analyzing Masculinity: Interpretative Repertoires, Ideological Dilemmas and Subject Positions.” in Discourse as Data: A Guide for Analysis, M. Wetherell, S. Taylor and S. Yates (Eds.). London: Sage and Open University, pp. 189-228. Filipowicz, Marcin and Joanna Królak. 2008

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Tatjana Novak, Nataša Sedlar and Lilijana Šprah

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Vlasta Bahovec, Dajana Barbić and Irena Palić

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Jenni Keskinen and Petteri Simola

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Rebecca E. Fellin, Joseph F. Seay, Karen N. Gregorczyk and Leif Hasselquist

., 2007 ). However, variability of spatiotemporal parameters has not been assessed in level walking. Treadmills are advantageous to simulate common outdoor terrain changes in laboratory setting, such as uphill and downhill locomotion; however, these conditions have not been compared between treadmill and overground walking. Previous research into how spatiotemporal parameters change during uphill and downhill walking compared to level walking was inconclusive. Several overground studies had participants choose a self-selected speed for each inclination. Half of these