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  • Roman Jakobson defined six functions of language (or communication functions), according to which an effective act of verbal communication can be described
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  • (1979)". National Academies Press. Retrieved 2007-04-22.  "Obituary: Roman Jackobson (1896-1982)". Journal of American Folklore. Retrieved 2007-04-22. 
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  • consonantism Roman Jakobson, preeminent 20th century linguist and literary theorist, a founder of phonology, major Slavist, author of Jackobson's Communication
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  • phonology, made numerous contributions to Slavic linguistics, author of Jackobson's Communication Model Pyotr Kafarov, prominent sinologist, developed
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  • phonology, made numerous contributions to Slavic linguistics, author of Jackobson's Communication Model Wilhelm Junker, explorer and ethnographer of Equatorial
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  • "auxiliary survey vessel" (ASV) for the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey at the Jackobson Shipyard in Oyster Bay, New York. She was launched on 17 August 1966 and
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