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Journal Title: Anthropological Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   53 / 4
Date: Winter 2011
Table of Contents: Cover date: Winter 2011 Publication date: Fall 2012

Verbal Classifiers in Innu
Lynn Drapeau and Renée Lambert-Brétière

Diphthongs in Tohono O’odham
Mizuki Miyashita

Nage Lizard Classification: Free-Listing and Other Evidence for a Covert Life-Form
Gregory Forth

Binomials and the Noun-to-Verb Ratio in Puma Rai Ritual Speech
Martin Gaenszle, Balthasar Bickel, Narayan P. Sharma, Judith Pettigrew, Arjun Rai, Shree Kumar Rai, and Diana Schackow

Book Reviews

Dictionary of Upriver Halkomelem (Brent D. Galloway)
Strang Burton

The Bearer of This Letter: Language Ideologies, Literacy Practices, and the Fort Belknap Indian Community (Mindy J. Morgan)
Margaret Bender

The Calusa: Linguistic and Cultural Origins and Relationships (Julian Granberry)
Geoffrey Kimball

Publications Received
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
LL Issue: 23.4333