Stewart, John M. 2005

Stewart, John M. 2005. Three-grade Consonant Mutation in the Fulanic and Akanic Languages in their Latest Common Ancestor (Proto-Niger-Congo?). In Bostoen, Koen and Maniacky, Jacky (eds.), Studies in African Comparative Linguistics with Special Focus on Bantu and Mande, 7-28. Tervuren: Royal Museum for Central Africa.

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