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LiLa = Lietuviešu-latviešu-lietuviešu paralēlo tekstu korpuss
LLVV = Latviešu literārās valodas vārdnīca
. 7.2 S-T 1991 Rāga: Zinātne.Google Scholar
Mio-2 = miljons-2.0, corpus of contemporary standard Latvian
Available online at: www​.korpuss​.lv.

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