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Magdalena Regel-Rosocka and Maciej Wiśniewski

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Tina Ugulin, Tamas Bakonyi, Rebeka Berčič and Andreja Urbanek Krajnc

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Elga Šne, Dalija Segliņa, Ruta Galoburda and Inta Krasnova

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Elias Stamboliadis, Anthony Emejulu, Olga Pantelaki, Despina Pentari and Evangelos Petrakis

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Ewa Waś, Teresa Szczęsna, Helena Rybak-Chmielewska, Dariusz Teper and Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

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Nedeljko Manojlovic, Miroslav Sovrlic, Pavle Maskovic, Perica Vasiljevic and Marina Juskovic

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Ádám Nádudvari, Monika J. Fabiańska and Magdalena Misz-Kennan

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Martin Mellen, Martina Fikselová, Andrea Mendelová and Peter Haščík

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Natacha Meinen, Liberato Camilleri and Everaldo Attard

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T. Dvořáková Březinová and J. Vymazal

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