Linguistic Trends in Australia: Papers Presented to the A.I.A.S. Linguistics Group May 1968, Issue 23

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Edited forms of papers read to AIAS Advisory Committee on Linguistics during General Meeting, May 1968; L.F. Oates - A.I.A.S. linguistic research activities 1966-68; S.A. Wurm - Linguistic classification and the prehistory of Australia; B.J. Blake - Acoustic phonetics and the study of Aboriginal languages; M.C. Sharpe - Alawa case relationships; D.T. Tryon - The Daly language family; a structural survey; J.T. Platt - Some notes on Gugada and Wirangu; D. Trefry - The phonological word in Dieri; C.G. von Brandenstein Some new aspects of Australian Aboriginal language.

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Linguistic Classification and the Prehistory of Australia
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Acoustic Phonetics and the Study of Aboriginal Languages
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Alawa Case Relationships
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