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110000Clause Chaining In Nilotic Languages
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29999Clause Chaining In Toposa, A Pragmatic Approach
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39999Reference Assignment In Pronominal Languages, A Relevance-theoretic Perspective
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42013S/A Pivot In Toposa Clause Chaining
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52012A Relevance-theoretic Analysis Of Intercultural Misunderstandigs
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62012Incorporated Subject Pronouns In Word Order Typology
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72012The Covert Language In Kenyan Hip Hop Lyrics
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82012A Relevance-theoretical Analysis Of Aspects Of Mchongoano
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92012The Passive-enigma In Nilotic
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102012Reference Assignment In Pronominal Argument Languages – A Relevance-theoretical Perspective
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112012The Pragmatics Of Clause-chaining. The Case Of Toposa, An Eastenn Nilotic Language.
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122012The Passive-antipassive Enigma In Nilotic.
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132012The Procedures Of Clause-chaining.
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142011Toposa A Clause Chaining Language
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152010Do High-context Cultures Prefer Implicatures?
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162008Word Order In Toposa: An Aspect Of Multiple Feature-Checking
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172007Antipassive And Ergative Origins In Southern And Eastern Nilotic
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182006Antipassive And Ergativity In Western Nilotic And Surmic
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192005Do We Speak The Same Language?
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202005The Role Of Language For Building Assumptions In The Human Mind
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212005Integration Or Disintegration Of Global Information For Innovation
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222004Inflection In Toposa: A VSO Language In Morpho-syntactic Theory.
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232004The Relevance Of Verbal Morphology In Toposa Discourse
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242004The Sequential In Toposa.
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252003Inflection In Toposa: A VSO Language In Morpho-syntactic Theory.
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262002Syntactic And Discourse Features In Eastern Nilotic
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271997Ergativity In Toposa
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281987Voiceless Vowels In Toposa
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291987Vowel Harmony In Toposa.
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301986The Toposa Verb.
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