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|German to English translations [PRO]|
|German term or phrase: o.z.|
|This is an abbreviation that appears in the bibliography of an academic paper.|
This entry has the name of the author followed by the year of publication, the title of the article, the title of the periodical, the volume and then the abbreviation "o.z." where the page number would usually appear.
Does anyone know what this means?
o.Z. = ohne Zählung
referes to magazines whose individual issues are not numbered. So I guess in your example, you get the volume (year), but not the number of the individual issue.
Rödel, Volker (Bearb.): Krieger - Ritter - Freiherr. Entstehung und Wirken des Niederadels im Mittelalter. Katalog zur Wanderausstellung der Landesarchiv-Verwaltung Rheinland-Pfalz, Koblenz 1988, 131 S. (Reihe: Dokumente zur Geschichte, o.Zählung)
Zwei Sonderhefte ohne Zählung und Jahr (1974) und ein Sonderheft Dez. 1978
fortgesetzt in unregelmäßigen Abständen ohne Zählung der Fortsetzungen bis zum Schlußteil in: Ungarischer Lloyd - Morgenblatt - Nr. 139, Samstag 6. Juni 1868, S. 2.
Bibliography. Major Documents. Looking to the Future: An Accessible, Productive Citizen
Legislature October 1995 (Unnumbered) Actions for Discussion October 1995
"Ability" (very early issue, unnumbered, undated, approximately 1955)
Blackwell, Marilyn Johns.
Gender and Representation in the Films of Ingmar Bergman / Marilyn Johns Blackwell. Columbia, SC, USA: Camden House, c1997. Series title: Studies in Scandinavian literature and culture (Unnumbered)
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Has the work already been referred to earlier in the bibliography and they are simply repeating the reference?