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Tue Apr 13 2010
Qs: Defining Alpine Languages
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Defining Alpine Languages
Message 1: Defining Alpine Languages
From: Isabelle Midy <isabelle.midykb.se>
Subject: Defining Alpine Languages
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Dear LINGUIST List subscribers,
I have been asked to clarify the term "Alpine languages" in a scientific
connection. The term has been explained on this wiki:
However, I am reluctant to quote a wiki page or Wikipedia in a
dissertation. Consequently I would like to find a more solid source for
my quotations. Could you, by any chance, recommend a scientific work
where the term is properly defined? I would be most grateful to you for
any help in this respect.
Kungl. biblioteket/National Library of Sweden
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