Series: Janua linguarum : series practica

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Description and Classification of Siriono, A Tupi-Guarani Language (Janua Linguarum, Series Practica, Volume 16) by Homer L. Firestone16
Obligatory constructions of Isthmus Nahuat grammar by Howard W. Law29
The syntactic structure of Mezquital Otomi by H. Harwood Hess43
Linguistics in remedial English by John C. Fisher47
Comparative Tacanan phonology. With Cavineña phonology and notes on Pano-Tacanan relationship by Mary Key50
Morphology of Cayuvava (Janua Linguarum. Series practica) by Harold H. Key53
A comparative study of Yuman consonantism by Alan Campbell Wares57
Noun Substitutes In Modern Thai by R N Campbell65
A descriptive analysis of Cypriot Maronite Arabic by Maria Tsiapera66
Morphologie des Verbs im Cahuilla by Anna Fuchs87
Turkish intonation : an instrumental study by Rose Nash114
Dictionary of Mong Njua : a Miao (Meo) language of Southeast Asia by Thomas A. Lyman123
A generative syntax of Luangiua : a Polynesian language by Anne Salmond152
Actes du Premier Congrès International de Linguistique Sémitique et Chamito-Sémitique : Paris, 16 - 19 juillet 1969159

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