Canberra. Research School of Pacific Studies. Australian National University. 2002. Stock ID #65079
Portrait frontispiece, 216pp, paperback. Small quarto. The 12 papers in this volume are: Salako morphology and the interrelation between voice, mood and aspect - Sander Adelaar; Formalism or phoneyism? The history of Kayan final glottal stop - Robert Blust; Split intransitivity in Timugon Murut - Richard Brewis; Observations on Lundayeh auxilaries and the case of aru' - Beatrice Clayre; The study of Sarawak Malay in context - James T. Collins; An introduction to the Inanwatan language of Irian Jaya - Lourens de Vries; A brief note on 'spirit helpers' in the Lung Lejie epic of the Wehea Modang (East Kalimantan) - Antonio Guerreiro; Inconsistent distinction of possessive and qualitive nominal attribution in Indonesian - Waruno Mahdi; Dutch loan-translations in Indonesian - Stuart Robson; More (on) Kerinci sound-changes - Hein Steinhauer; Verb sequences in Melayu Tenggara Jauh: The interface of Malay and the indigenous languages of Southwest Maluku - Aone van Engelenhoven; European loan words in Ambonese Malay - Don van Minde. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 65079).
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