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Amha, Azeb (2012) Omotic. In: Fajzyngier, Zygmunt , and Shay, Erin , (eds.) The Afroasiatic Languages. Cambridge Language Surveys . Cambride University Press, Cambridge, New York, USA, pp. 423-504.

Amha, Azeb (2009) The morphosyntax of negation in Zargulla. In: Wetzels , W. Leo , (ed.) The Linguistics of Endangered Languages: contributions to morphology and morpho-syntax. Occasional Series, 13 . Landelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap (LOT), Utrecht, The Nethelands, pp. 199-220.

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Ciucci, Luca (2020) Matter borrowing, pattern borrowing and typological rarities in the Gran Chaco of South America. Morphology. (In Press)

Ciucci, Luca, and Bertinetto, Pier Marco (2015) Reconstructing the possessive inflection of Proto-Zamucoan. In: Quaderni del Laboratorio di Linguistica (14) From: 22nd International Conference on Historical Linguistics, 27-31 July 2015, Napoli, Italy.

Ciucci, Luca (2015) Verb inflection, possessive inflection and morphological borrowing in Proto-Zamucoan. In: Quaderni del Laboratorio di Linguistica (14) From: XLIX Congresso Internazionale Società di Linguistica Italiana, 24-26 September 2015, Valletta, Malta.

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Donohue, Cathryn, Ishihara, Shunichi, and Steed, William (2012) Quantitative Approaches to Problems in Linguistics: studies in honour of Phil Rose. LINCOM Studies in Phonetics, 8 . LINCOM, Munich, Germany.

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Lu, Tianqiao (2009) Investigation of the 'military language' and 'military people' in Guangxi - the prominent military features of Weisuo administrative system in Guangxi during Ming dynasty. Study of Ethnics in Guangxi, 97 (3). pp. 138-144.

Lu, Tianqiao (2006) Complementary distribution of the placenames of Yang Ge Zhuang (the village of the Yang family) etc, and its historical significance in sound change. Southeast Culture, 5. pp. 54-58.

Lu, Tianqiao (2005) Reconsideration of distribution areas of the Kam-Tai ancestors based on etymology of a daily word. Guizhou Ethnic Studies, 2005 (3). pp. 160-165.

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Overall, Simon E. (2016) Switch-reference and case-marking in Aguaruna (Jivaroan) and beyond. In: van Gijn, Rik, and Hammond, Jeremy, (eds.) Switch Reference 2.0. Typological Studies in Language, 114 . John Benjamins, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 453-472.

Overall, Simon E. (2016) Who were the Antipas?: a linguistic and ethnohistorical investigation of a forgotten tribe. Línguas Indígenas Americanas (LIAMES), 16 (1). pp. 59-69.

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Wojtylak, Kasia (2018) Language contact in Caquetá and Putumayo river basins in Northwest Amazonia. In: [Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas]. From: SSILA 2018: Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas: Genealogical and Areal linguistics, 4-7 January 2018, Salt Lake City, UT, USA.

Wojtylak, Kasia (2016) Some notes on aspects of Nonuya (Witotoan) grammar. In: [Presented at the Language and Culture Research Centre Roundtable Meeting]. From: Language and Culture Research Centre Roundtable Meeting, 7 September 2016, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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