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- Oceanic Linguistics
- University of Hawai'i Press
- The History of Faunal Terms in Austronesian Languages Volume 41, Number 1, June 2002, pp. 89-139
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This issue contains 15 articles in total
- Leo Pasifika: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Oceanic Linguistics (review)
- Possesive Markers in Central Pacific Languages (review)
- Ilocano Dictionary and Grammar: Ilocano-English, English-Ilocano (review)
- The Validity of Proto-Southeastern Polynesian
- Comments on S. R. Fischer's 'Mangarevan doublets: Preliminary evidence for Proto-Southeastern Polynesian'
- A Phonological Oddity in the Austronesian Area: Ejectives in Waimoa
- Which Sounds Change: Descent and Borrowing in the Skou Family
- Proto-Micronesian Kin Terms, Descent Groups, and Interisland Voyaging
- The Interpretation of tu and Kavalan Ergativity
- The History of Faunal Terms in Austronesian Languages
- Systems of Nominal Classification in East Papuan Languages
- The East Papuan Languages: A Preliminary Typological Appraisal
- Linguists and Language Maintenance: Pasifika Languages in Manukau, New Zealand
- Stephen Wurm, 1922-2001: Linguist Extraordinaire
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