Papers on Tai languages, linguistics, and literatures: in honor of William J. Gedney on his 77th birthday
Carol J. Compton, John Ferdinand Hartmann, Northern Illinois University. Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 1992 - Foreign Language Study - 302 pages
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Daughters or Ghosts?
A Second Discussion of the Genetic Classification
Tone Alternations in Ugong Thailand
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