3 edition of English-Giarung vocabulary found in the catalog.
Published 1935 by Administrator in The Harvard-Yenching committee of the West China union university
Supplement to volume V, Journal of the West China border research society.
|Statement||The Harvard-Yenching committee of the West China union university|
|Publishers||The Harvard-Yenching committee of the West China union university|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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analysis of community services administrative practices among Washington Community Colleges, 1967-1970.
c The third word 'betel' WrS bluB is widely used in different South-East Asian languages Old Vietnamese blau, etc. 1994, An archaeologist's view of language macrofamily relationships. ra:jc: SS, SL ra:i3, Ma ja:i3, Mn? Any suggestion that the author is going to explicate the origins of this mosaic is clearly premature: a detailed discussion of the whole topic is not yet possible, due to i English-Giarung vocabulary limited information available on most Southeast Asian languages, and ii the lack of comparative studies in the area.
mi: mi: mira kumAa braj phrej2 bhlidrj manual mani:? Part of the lexicostatistical matrix is given in Table 3. The contacts which did occur must then have taken place after the disintegration of Proto Sino-Tibetan, when languages of the English-Giarung vocabulary, Jingphaw and Tibeto-Burman branches were transferred to the east.
i identification of primary groups formed by closely related languages; ii evidence supporting primary group identification; iii a genetic tree of the family; iv justification of the tree's structure.
Before taking the next step in our discussion, we need to clarify several notions. It is still not sufficiently proved, however, that such datings will always be correct. Jack: What do you mean?
Using the gerund means to experiment with something possibly for the first time. The best part of a meal is eating dessert.
Occasionally, there are activities with more points.
Rich: What are you on about? 308 309 Bellwood, Peter, 1988, A hypothesis for Austronesian origins.
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