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Message 1: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol 44 No 3 (2002)

Date: Mon, 09 Jun 2003 12:58:00 +0000
From: jaericks <jaericksindiana.edu>
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol 44 No 3 (2002)



Publisher: Anthropological Linguistics
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Journal Title: Anthropological Linguistics
Volume Number: 44
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: Fall 2002


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CONTENTS

The Dual Role of Metonymy in Navajo Prayer, MARGARET FIELD AND TAFT
BLACKHORSE, JR.

Yakima Sahaptin Clusters and Epenthetic [i], SHARON HARGUS AND
VIRGINIA BEAVERT

On the Status of DO/SAY Verbs with Emai Ideophones, RONALD P. SCHAEFER
AND FRANCIS O. EGBOKHARE


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Oneida-English/English-Oneida Dictionary (Karin Michelson and Mercy
Doxtator), CLIFFORD ABBOTT

Arabic as a Minority Language (Jonathan Owens, editor), NILOOFAR HAERI

Sepecides-Romani: Grammatik, Texte und Glossar eines t�rkischen
Romani-Dialekts (Petra Cech and Mozes F. Heinschink), PETER BAKKER

Voices in Bali: Energies and Perceptions in Vocal Music and Dance
Theater (Edward Herbst), JACOB WAINWRIGHT LOVE

The Linguistic Identity of Europe. Part 1: The 62 Languages of Europe
Classified in Functional Zones. Part 2: Macrolinguistics and
Demostatistics of Europe (Gyula D�csy), THOMAS STOLZ

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