Source – Index Literature

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Ambrazas et al. (2006) Ambrazas, Vytautas, Geniušienė, Emma, Girdenis, Aleksas, Sližienė, Nijolė, Tekorienė, Dalija, Valeckienė, Adelė & Valiulytė, Elena (2006) Lithuanian Grammar. Vilnius, Baltos lankos. Details
Ameka 1991 Ameka, Felix K. (1991) Ewe: its grammatical constructions and illucutionary devices. Australian National University doctoral dissertation. Details
Amery 1985 Amery, Robert M. (1985) A new diglossia: contemporary speech varieties at Yirrkala in north east Arnhem Land. Australian National University MA thesis. Details
Amha 2001 Amha, Azeb. (2001) The Maale Language. Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden doctoral dissertation. Details
Amoako 1992 Amoako, Joe K. Y. B. (1992) Ghanaian pidgin English: In search of diachronic, synchronic, and sociolinguistic evidence. Gainesville: University of Florida doctoral dissertation. Details
Amor 1990 Amor, Taoufik Ben. (1990) A beginner's course in Tunisian Arabic. Tunis: Peace Corps (Tunisia). Details
Amraa 1993 Amraa, J. (1993) Mongol Language Competencies for Peace Corps Volunteers in Mongolia. 2nd edn. Mongolia: Peace Corps. Details
Amthaisong 1977 Amthaisong, B. B. (1977) Phonology and morphology of a dialect of Oriya. Poona: Deccan College MA thesis. Details
AN Nascente, Antenor. 1932. Dicionário etimológico da língua portuguesa. Rio de Janeiro: Francisco Alves. Details
Anban 1990 Anban, K. (1990) The Ve:ve:ri Oḍḍa: Dialect of Telugu (A linguistic Analysis). Dharwar: Karnatak University doctoral dissertation. Details
Anceaux 1952 Anceaux, Johannes Cornelis. (1952) The Wolio Language: Outline of Grammatical Description and Texts. Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden doctoral dissertation. Details
Anceaux 1965 Anceaux, Johannes Cornelis. (1965) The Nimboran Language (Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 44). 's-Gravenhage: Martinus Nijhoff. Details
Andersen (1959) Andersen, A. (1959). A grammar of the Oriya language. Hellerup: Danish Missionary Society Details
Andersen 1959 Andersen, A. (1959) A grammar of the Oriya language. Hellerup: Danish Missionary Society. Details
Andersen 1981 Andersen, Torben. (1981) A grammar of Modo: A preliminary sketch. Aalborg (Denmark): Denmark: University Centre of Aalborg. Details
Anderson 1897 Anderson, W.G. (1897) An introductory grammar of the Sena language spoken on the lower Zambesi. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK). Details
Anderson 1962 Anderson, Doris. (1962) Conversational Ticuna. Yarinacocha: Instituto Lingüístico de Verano. Details
Anderson 1963 Anderson, Ralph Dewitt. (1963) A Grammar of Laz. Austin: University of Texas at Austin doctoral dissertation. Details
Anderson 1989 Anderson, Judi L. (1989) Comaltepec Chinantec Syntax (Summer Institute of Linguistics: Publications in Linguistics 89). The Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington. Studies in Chinantec Languages 3 Details
Anderson 1998 Anderson, Gregory D. S. (1998) Xakas (Languages of the World/Materials 251). München: Lincom. Details
Anderson 2008 Anderson, Gregory D. S. (2008) Gtaʔ. In Gregory D. S. Anderson (ed.), The Munda languages (Routledge language family series), 682-763. London & New York: Routledge. Details
Anderson 2010 Anderson, Carol. (2010) Beginning Folopa Language Lessons and Simple Glossary. Ms. Details
Anderson and Anderson 1991 Anderson, Mike & Thera Anderson. (1991) Sudest grammar essentials. Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea: Summer Institute of Linguistics. Details
Anderson and Harrison 1999 Anderson, Gregory D. & David K. Harrison. (1999) Tyvan (Languages of the World/Materials 257). München: Lincom. Details
Anderson and Harrison 2006 Anderson, Gregory & K. David Harrison. (2006) Ös tili (Middle and Upper Chulym Dialects): Towards a comprehensive documentation. Turkic Languages 10(1). 47-71. Details
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