bibliography of Philippine linguistics and minor languages with annotations and indices based on works in the Library of Cornell University by Jack H. Ward

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Statementby Jack H. Ward.
SeriesLinguistics series,, 5, [Cornell University. Southeast Asia Program] Data paper,, no. 83, Data paper (Cornell University. Southeast Asia Program) ;, no. 83.
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LC ClassificationsZ7101.P5 W37
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Paginationviii, 549 p.
Number of Pages549
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Open LibraryOL5458998M
LC Control Number73161419

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