2 edition of Lincom: Languages of the World /Materials, Bd. 193: Kiliwa found in the catalog.
Lincom: Languages of the World /Materials, Bd. 193: Kiliwa
Mauricio J. Mixco
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essay upon the original and nature of government (1680).
The Amazing Book of Magic & Card Tricks
Day care in Scandinavia
Something in my mind besides the everyday
Masterpieces of primitive art
Designating certain public lands in the state of Maine as wilderness
Quarterback Speaks to His God
Investigation of the Tapley Copper Deposit, Hancock County, Maine.
Author of Kiliwa, Kiliwa texts, Lincom: Languages of the World /Materials, Bd. Kiliwa, Mandan, Kiliwa del Arroyo León, Baja California, A Glossary of Historical Linguistics, Kiliwa dictionary, A glossary of historical linguistics.
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Devising a diverse and representative survey is a difficult task for both methodological and practical reasons (see Maddieson for discussion of many of the issues involved in constructing a typology). The availability of materials on diverse languages is a particularly problematic issue given the type of data sought in a typology of weight.
The currently disappearing and endangered languages of the world, featured in the present volume, are essential sources for studying not only diachronic and synchronic aspects of human language. They are of eminent importance in attaining knowledge on human prehistory in general. Languages are formed by and reflect the most basic human experiences.