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Study . Leiden: Brill. MATOVIĆ, Veselin. 2006. Manjina progutala većinu . Belgrade: Politika. MATTUSCH, Hans-Jürgen 1999. Vielsprachigkeit: Fluch oder Segen fur die Menschheit? Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Gmbh. MCLENNAN, Sean. 1996. Sociolinguistic Analysis of ‘Serbo-Croatian’. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics 18: 103–109. MØRK, Henning. 2008. Neka pragmatična zapažanja o postojanju srpskohrvatskog jezika. In: Ostoji ́, Branislav (ed.), Jezička situacija u Crnoj Gori – norma i standardizacija , Podgorica: Crnogorska akademija nauka i umjetnosti. NAKAZAWA

Newsletter of the Applied Linguistics Interest Section, February 2012. retrieved on July 20, 2013, from Hlebec, B. 1986.”Serbo-Croatian correspondents of the articles in English“, Folia Slavica, 8:1, 29--50. Huddleston, R. and Pullum, G.K. 2002. The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ionin, T. 2003a. Article Semantics in Second Language Acquisition , Doctoral dissertation, MIT. Distributed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Working Papers



This article asserts that the Japanese wide-scope mo ‘even’ in simple sentences are bipolar items (BPIs) antilicensed or forbidden by negation and licensed in a non-monotonic (NM) environment. BPIs share the features of negative polarity items (NPIs) as well as positive polarity items (PPIs). The Dutch ooit ‘ever’, the Serbo-Croatian i-series ‘and/even’, and the Hungarian is-series ‘and/even’ are antilicensed by clausemate negation and licensed by extraclausal negation (van der Wouden, 1997; Progovac, 1994; Szabolcsi, 2002) or non-monotonic negative (and positive, for Serbo-Croatian) emotive predicates. Adding an NPI rescues BPIs in uncomfortable clausemate negation.

Déjà vu - A Report of Highly Similar Citations in the Biomedical Scientific Literature from the Republic of Macedonia

Background. Plagiarism and repeated publications of the same data are considered unacceptable practices, but they are not recognized and sanctioned in Macedonian biomedical journals.

Aim. The aim of this report was to search highly similar citation in scientific literature from the Republic of Macedonia, to suggest verification of the papers, and to educate authors for the need of implementation of ethical standards in publication.

Material and methods. We analyzed Déjà vu content by category, statistics by countries, and searched Déjà vu database to identify highly similar citation pairs (entries) from Republic of Macedonia (March 24, 2009).

Results. Ten (10) computationally identified highly similar citation pairs are identified from Macedonia written in English (except ID 35293 with earlier article in Macedonian, and ID 71031 with later article in Serbo-Croatian). Six highly similar citation pairs share author and four did not share author. All highly similar citations from Macedonia are unverified. One of the highly similar citation pair published update of the investigation, four are from the same author with very similar or identical results, one published results in two different groups of patients, and four published very similar content of the abstracts, but with different authors. Most of the highly similar citation pairs (3/10) from Macedonian biomedical scientists are published in Prilozi (MANU, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia).

Conclusion. Macedonian biomedical journals should verify highly similar citation pairs and take appropriate ethical actions for solving them.

References Aganović M. 1979 - Salmonid fish species and their breeding - Svjetlost, Sarajevo, 320 p. (in Serbo-Croatian). Barbalić Z., Ristić D., Anđelić N., Hrkaš D., Sarić A. 1998 - Frame water management base of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Vodoprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine, Sarajevo, 282 p. (in Bosnian). Berberović L., Curić M., Hadžiselimović R., Sofradžija A. 1970 - Chromosome complement of Salmothymus obtusirostris oxyrhynchus (Steindachner) - Acta Biol. Iugosl., Genetika 2: 56-63 (in Bosnian). Curcić V. 1938 - Neretva River and its salmonids (Salmonidae

REFERENCES Aganović, M., Kapetanović, N. (1978): The age structure of populations of some fish species from the Neretva River. Ichthyologia, 10, 1, 1-7. [In Serbo-Croatian/Croato-Serbian]. Buj, I., Ćaleta, M., Marčić, Z., Šanda, R., Vukić, J., Mrakovčić, M. (2015): Different histories, different destinies-impact of evolutionary history and population genetic structure on extinction risk of the Adriatic spined loaches (Genus Cobitis ; Cypriniformes, Actinopterygii). PLOS ONE, 10, 7, e0131580. Crivelli, A.J., Maitland, P.S. (1995a): Introduction. Biological


Academician Prof. Dr. Isak Tadzer was born a hundred years ago on December 24, 1916 in Sofia. He completed the primary and secondary education at the German College in Sofia. In 1935 he began his studies at the Medical Faculty in Vienna, which he had to stop because of the annexation of Austria to Germany in 1938. He returned to Bulgaria where he continued his studies and graduated from the Medical Faculty in Sofia in 1941. During the War, 1941-1944, he was forcedly mobilized and he worked as a doctor in several villages. He was twice interned in camps in Bulgaria. In 1944 he joined the National Liberation Army and the Partisan Groups of Yugoslavia. After the liberation in 1945 he started specialization in internal medicine at the famous clinic of Prof. Chilov in Sofia. In 1946 he applied to the call by the Yugoslav government to the doctors in Bulgaria to come in aid of temporary work in our country. On the advice of the current Federal Minister of Public Health Dr. Dimitar Nestorov, Dr. Tadzer came to Skopje and was assigned to work in the Country hospital. He started specialization in internal medicine at the famous professor Ignjatovski, he established a family and decided to stay in Skopje. In 1949 Prof. Tadzer ended his specialization and he was elected an Assistant at the Department of Internal Medicine.

In 1951 he left the Internal Clinic and he was elected an Assistant, and in 1952 he was elected a Docent in the subject of Pathological Physiology. In 1959 he was elected, and in 1964 he was re-elected as an Associate Professor, and in 1967 he was elected a Professor of pathophysiology at the Medical Faculty in Skopje. In the period from 1952 to 1978 he was Head of the Department and Director of the Institute of Pathophysiology.

He was elected a Corresponding Member of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts in 1969, and a Full Member in 1974. In the period from 1984 to 1988 he was a Secretary of the Department of Medicine and Biology of the Academy.

Prof. Tadzer has published over 300 scientific papers in the field of clinical medicine and pathological physiology, of which about 200 in journals in English, French, German and Serbo-Croatian, as well as 15 books, which include him among the most prolific pathophysiologists on the territory of former Yugoslavia and beyond. In the period from 1950 to 1966 several times he was on a vocational training in similar institutions and centers in Europe, and in 1972 he was on a study stay at many nuclear and medical laboratories in the USA.

In addition to his great research activities his contribution as a teacher was of substantial influence and importance to the faculty. He was one of the greatest lectures at the Medical Faculty, the Faculty of Stomatology and the Pharmaceutical Faculty.

Prof. Tadzer co-authored in most of the textbooks on pathophysiology for students of medicine, stomatology and pharmacy. He was an extraordinary physician, one of the pillars of the Macedonian medicine, he possessed universal, encyclopedic knowledge and is one of the most renowned medical workers in the second half of the 20th century in Macedonia.

In addition to the scientific, medical and educational work Prof. Tadzer has especially rich social activity. He was President of the Faculty Council in 1975-76, he was Vice Dean of the Medical Faculty in 1958-60, Dean of the Faculty from 1963 to 1965, Dean of the Pharmaceutical Faculty and Vice Rector of the University from 1965 to 1967. Especially it should be noted his long-lasting activity at the Macedonian Medical Association of more than 50 years. Also, significant is his creative work within the Editorial board of the journal “Macedonian Medical Review”, where for more than 15 years he was Editor in Chief or member of the Editorial board.

For his complete activity Prof. Tadzer has won numerous diplomas, plaques and awards, and among them the following are emphasized: National Award of October 11, Order of Labor of Second Degree, the Award of the City of Skopje – November 13, the Charter of Dr. Trifun Panovski and the Certificate of Acknowledgement awarded by the Macedonian Medical Association for the outstanding results in advancing the medical science, practice and development of the health care and the long-term contribution and promotion of the MMA.

References Abbate, G., Iberite, M., Bonacquisti, S., Giovi, E., Iamonico, D., Scassellati, E., 2012: Taxonomical and chorological diversity of native woody fl ora of Italy at regional scale. Bocconea 24, 169-175. Adams, J., 2010: Vegetation-climate interaction. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin, Heidelberg. Beus, V., 1984: Vertical zonation of forests in the light of real and primary vegetation in Yugoslavia. Radovi ANUBiH 76, Odjeljenje prirodno-matematičkih nauka 23, 23-32 (in Serbo-Croatian). Bloch-Petersen, M., Brandt, J., Olsen, M., 2006: Integration of

: Zograf. Callil, Carmen and Colm Toibin. 1999. The Modern Library: The 200 best novels in English since 1950. London: Picador. Djoric Francuski, Biljana. 2006. Echoes of the English Novel: Modern English Novel in Serbo-Croatian Criticism (in Serbian). Beograd: Filoloski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu. Ilic, Milos. 1980. Sociologija kulture i umetnosti . Beograd: Naucna knjiga. Kipfer, Barbara Ann. 2002. Flip Dictionary . Cincinnati, Ohio: Writer’s Digest Books. Lem, Stanislaw. 1984. Microworlds (Writings on Science Fiction and Fantasy) . San Diego, New York

+Med PlantBase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity. Retrieved July 5, 2014 from FARRAR, D. R., 2006: Systematics of moonworts - Botrychium subgenus Botrychium. Retrieved July 5, from Systematics- June-06.pdf FARRAR, D. R., JOHNSON-GROH. C. L., 1990: Subterranean sporophytic gemmae in moonwort ferns, Botrychium subgenus Botrychium. American Journal of Botany 77, 1168-1175. FUŠTIĆ, B., ĐURETIĆ, G., 2000: Pedology of Montenegro (in Serbo-Croatian