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|Title:||Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 11, Summer 1985|
|Keywords:||Linguistics;Sociolinguistics;Archaeology;Mayan languages;Historical linguistics;Comparative linguistics;Huastec language;Polish language;English language--Canada;Phonology;Bilingualism;Languages in contact;Athabaskan language;Na-Dene languages;Syntax;Morphology;Slavey language;German language;Ethnology;Multilingual communication;Code switching (Linguistics);Linguistic change;Christian sociology--Mennonites;Names, Personal--Mennonite|
|Publisher:||University of Calgary|
|Citation:||Hildebrand, J. L. (Ed.) (1985). Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 11(Summer).|
|Abstract:||This is the eleventh in the series of working papers published by LOGOS, the Student Linguistics Society at the University of Calgary. These papers represent the current research in proqress of students and faculty members and as such should not be considered in any way final or definitive. Appearance of papers in this volume does not preclude their publication in another form elsewhere.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 11, Summer 1985|
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