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Unusual syllable structure in the Kurtjar language of Australia

Black, Paul (1993). Unusual syllable structure in the Kurtjar language of Australia. Jimmon Shakai Kagaku Kenkyuu / Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Waseda University, Tokyo),(33):81-90.

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Title Unusual syllable structure in the Kurtjar language of Australia
Author Black, Paul
Journal Name Jimmon Shakai Kagaku Kenkyuu / Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Waseda University, Tokyo)
Publication Date 1993
Issue Number 33
ISSN 0288-2779   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 81
End Page 90
Total Pages 10
Language English
Field of Research 2004 - Linguistics
HERDC Category C1 - Journal Article (DEST)
Keywords Kurtjar
phonology
syllable structure
Australian Indigenous languages
Additional Notes Accepted version pp. 1-14.


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