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- Oceanic Linguistics
- University of Hawai'i Press
- From Grammar to Politics: Linguistic anthropology in a Western Samoan village (review) Volume 38, Number 2, December 1999, pp. 440-445
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This issue contains 11 articles in total
- From Grammar to Politics: Linguistic anthropology in a Western Samoan village (review)
- Handbook of Palauan grammar, vol. 1, and Teacher's manual (review)
- Topics in descriptive Austronesian linguistics (review)
- Referring to space: Studies in Austronesian and Papuan languages (review)
- Irregularity and Pronomial Markedness: Where Favoritism Sets In
- Linguistic Evidence for Primogeniture and Ranking in Proto-Oceanic Society
- Notes on Pazeh Phonology and Morphology
- Rejoinder: Occam and the Proto-Austronesian "Diphthongs"
- Null Subjects, Switch-Reference, and Serialization in Jabem and Numbami
- The Lack of Zero Anaphora and Incipient Person Marking in Tagalog
- Trimoraic Feet in Gilbertese
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