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12004Omondi L.N. (2004) Operatinalising Good Intention With Respect To African Languages In Education. Proceeding Of The 3rd International Adalest Conference And 5th National Language Symposium Held In Mongochi, Malawi August 30th
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22000Omondi L.N. (2000) The Meaning Of Pakruok In Mehr Als Nur Worte
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31999Omondi, L.N. (1999) Problems Of Language Policy In East Africa. In Zura Za Africa - Voices From Africa. Peter Lang (ed.) Pp.345-361.
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41999Omondi L.N. (1999) Language And Life In Kenya, Inaugural Lecture University Of Nairobi
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51997Omondi, L.N. (1997) Dholuo Emotional Language: An Overview In The Language Of Emotions By Niemeier And Dirven (ed.).
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61993Omondi, L.N. (1993) Reduplication And The Lexicon. Proceedings Of The LAUD Symposium, 1993.
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719931993. 22nd- 24th March The International LAUD-Symposium, Duisburg University
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819931993, 27th-29th September. The Second International LICCA Conference Maseru, Lesotho
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91993Kenya: Introduction
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101992Omondi, L.N. (1992) The Role Of Language In Rural Development. In Khasiani, S.A., (ed) Groundwork: African Women As Environmental Managers. Pp.75-90.
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1119921992. August The 5th Nilo-Saharan Colloquium Nice, France
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121991Omondi, L.N. (1991) The Syntax And Semantics Of The Verbs 'To Marry' In Dholuo. In Nilo-Saharan VII Bender, L. (ed.) Pp.197-213.
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131990Omondi, L.N. (1990) A History And Evaluation Of Dholuo Orthography.
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141990Omondi, L.N. (1990) Dholuo Language Reform. In Language Reform, History And Future Vol.V. Edited By Istvan Fodor And Clanda Hagege, Pp.215-227.
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151990Omondi, L.N. Rottland F. (Ed.) 1990 Nilo-Saharan III. Proceedings Of The Third Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquim 5th - 8th August, 1986, Kisumu
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161990Omondi, L.N. (1990) Comp And Question Words In Dholuo In Omondi, L.N. And Rottland, F. (1990) Pp.225-237.
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171990Omondi L.N. (1990) Course Book For Syntactic Studies , Faculty Of External Studies, University Of Nairobi
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181989Omondi, L.N. 1989, Language, Gender And The Law In (Women And Law In Kenya) Mbeo M.A. And Ooko-Ombaka O. (Eds) Initiatives Ltd.
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1919891989, August 30th To September 2nd 4th Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Conference University Of Bayreuth. 21st Annual Conference On African Linguistics. University Of Georgia April, 1990
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201988Omondi, L.N. (1988) Language In Narok District. In District Profiles , Institute Of African Studies, Univerfsity Of Nairobi
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211988Omondi, L.N. (1988). English Syntactic Competence Of Standard Eight Kenyan Pupils In The Placement Of Grammar In The Teaching Of English Proceedings Of An International Conference, By British Council
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221988Omondi, L.N. (1988) Aspects Of The Paralanguage Of Some Zambian Speech Communities. Kenya Journal Of Science Series C.
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2319871987, April, 18th African Linguistics Conference. University Of Quebec, In Montreal, Canada.
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2419871987, 23rd-27th November, Seminar On Women. Law And Development Mombasa, Kenya.
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251986Omondi, L.N. 1986 English, Communication And Development In Kenya Proceedings Of The Conference On English In East Africa. British Council, Nairobi, March 24th To 27th 1986
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261986Omondi, L.N. 1986 Research Methods In Syntax: An Illustrative Description Of The Dholuo Nominal Group In Scale And Category Theory Of Grammar Derika Associates Nairobi.
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271986.Omondi, L.N. (1986) Reduplication As A Linguistic Phenomenon. Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere. October, 1986. Schriftenreihe Des Kolner Institut Fur Afrikanistik.
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2819861986, 5-8th August 3rd Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium, Kisumu, Kenya.
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291985Omondi L.N. And Standa E. (Ed.) 1985. Reports Of The Kenya Non-Governmental Organization Committee Workshops.
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3019851985, February 1-4, Workshop On "The Role Of The Judiciary In Plural Society", Eldoret, Kenya.
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311984Omondi, L.N. (1984) The Role Of Women In Rural Development In Kenya. In Migration, Remittances And Rural Development By Mukras And Oucho (ed.).
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321984Omondi, L.N. (1984) The Role Of Local Languages In Development.
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3319841984 9-12th, April Seminar On Culture And Development, Kilaguni Lodge.
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3419841984. 18-20 July, Academics - Policy Makers' Seminar On Migration, Remittances And Rural Development, Kisumu, Kenya.
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351983Omondi, L.N. 1983 Serial Verbs In Dholuo: A Transformational Analysis.nn Vossen R. And Bechhaus-Gerst M. (ed) Nilotic Studies. Deitrich, Reimer Verlag, Berlin.
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361983Omondi, L.N. (1983) Cognate Object In Syntax. Proceedings Of The 2nd Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium, Colleraine, Ireland, July, 1983.
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3719831983, 14-17th July The 2nd Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium, The University Of Colleraine. N. Ireland.
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381982Omondi, L.N. 1982. The Major Syntactic Structures Of Dholuo. Supplement 1. Language And Dialect Atlas Of Kenya. Diatrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin.
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3919821982. January 4-6, The International Symposium On Language And History Of Nilotic Peoples., Institut Fur Afrikanistik Der Universitat Zu Koln.
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401981Omondi, L.N. Obanya, P., Hookoomsing V. (1981) Curriculum Development In Languages. Course Materials For African Curriculum Organisation (ACO).
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411981La Richesse Dans La Diversité Pour L'affirmation De L'identité Culturelle Et La Formation De La Conscience Nationale Dans L'Afrique Contemporaine
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421980Omondi, L.N. (1980) Language And Culture : The Relevance Of Linguistics To The Kenyan Situation. In Journal Of Eastern African Research And Development.
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431980Omondi, L.N. 1980. The Verb 'To Be' In Dholuo Syntax In Schadeberg, T.C. And Bender M.L. (Ed.) Nilo-Saharan. Foris Publications, Dordrecht, Holland/Cinnaminson, U.S.A.
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4419801980, September 8-10, 1st Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium, Leiden
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4519801980, September, Eastern African History Conference, Nyeri.
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461979Omondi, L.N. (1979) Paralinguistics: A Survey Of Non-Verbal Communication With Particular Reference To Zambia And Kenya. In The Journal Of The Language Association Of Eastern Africa. Vol. 4, 1 Pp.19-41.
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471978Omondi, L.N. (1978) Wealth In Diversity In The Affirmation Of Cultural Identity And Formation Of National Conscience In Contemporary Africa. UNESCO Papers.
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4819781978, 13-17 Fevrier, UNESCO Experts Meeting On L'Affirmation De L'Identite Culturelle Et La Conscience Nationale Dan L'Afrique Contemporaine. Brazaville (Congo)
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491978Kenya's Independence
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5019761976. August, The 3rd Conference Of The Language Association Of Eastern Africa. Kenya Science Teachers College, Nairobi, Kenya
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511973Omondi, L.N. (1973) Language Handicap In Everyday Life. Journal Of Eastern African Research And Development. Vol.13 Pp. 104-125.
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521963Odera, L.N. On Kenya's Independence. In Reflections: An Annual Publication Of Alliance Girls High School.
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