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Oceanic Linguistics, ISSN 0029-8115, 6/2007, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 53
The phonology of Òma Lóngh Kenyah as described by Soriente (2006) shows striking typological differences from its nearest relatives. Contrary to a pattern of... 
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