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A Comparative Dictionary of the Languages of India and High Asia: With a ... - Page 20
by Sir William Wilson Hunter - 1868 - 218 pages
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Handbuch Der Orientalistik

George van Driem - Austronesian languages - 2001 - 462 pages
...NonAryan Languages of India and High Asia which, he believed, 'in spite of its inexactitudes' proved 'that China has given its speech not merely to the...great islands of the Southern Ocean, but to the whole of the Eastern Peninsula, to Siam, Tenasserim, Burmah, in a less degree to Central Asia, to many of...
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