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- Oceanic Linguistics
- University of Hawai'i Press
- The Language of Lapita: Vanuatu and an Early Papuan Presence in the Pacific Volume 47, Number 2, December 2008, pp. 433-444
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This issue contains 14 articles in total
- Remote Melanesia: One History or Two? An Addendum to Donohue and Denham
- Index of Languages in Volume 47
- Fait de langues: Revue de linguistique no 23–24: Les langues austronésiennes (review)
- Insular Southeast Asia: Linguistic and cultural studies in honour of Bernd Nothofer (review)
- Focus in Manado Malay: Grammar, particles, and intonation (review)
- The Language of Lapita: Vanuatu and an Early Papuan Presence in the Pacific
- A Conservative Vowel Phoneme Inventory of Sumatra: The Case of Besemah
- Subject Agreement in Marovo: Diachronic Explanations of Synchronic Conditions
- Daniel Macdonald and the “Compromise Literary Dialect” in Efate, Central Vanuatu
- The Interaction of Syntactic Structure and Postlexical Prosody in Saisiyat of Taiwan
- Whence the Austronesian Indirect Possession Construction?
- Liquid Vocalization and Loss in Central Vanuatu
- A Reanalysis of Wuvulu Phonology
- Some Comparative Notes on Proto-Oceanic *mana: Inside and Outside the Austronesian Family
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