Daniel Shaw 1986

Daniel Shaw. 1986. The Bosavi language family. In Papers in New Guinea Linguistics 24, 45-76. Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University. (Papers in New Guinea linguistics No. 24, 45-76).

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  address               = {Canberra},
  author                = {Daniel Shaw},
  booktitle             = {Papers in New Guinea Linguistics 24},
  journal               = {Pacific Linguistics A},
  note                  = {Papers in New Guinea linguistics No. 24, 45-76},
  pages                 = {45-76},
  publisher             = {Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University},
  series                = {Pacific Linguistics: Series A},
  title                 = {The Bosavi language family},
  volume                = {70},
  year                  = {1986},
  asjp_name             = {Aimele},
  besttxt               = {ptxt\papua\shaw_bosavi1986_o.txt},
  cfn                   = {papua\shaw_bosavi1986_o.pdf},
  country               = {Papua New Guinea [PG]},
  delivered             = {papua\shaw_bosavi1986_o.pdf},
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  hhtype                = {overview;comparative;wordlist},
  inlg                  = {English [eng]},
  lgcode                = {Konai [kxw], Agala = Fembe [agl], Kalamo = Odoodee [kkc], Hesif at the Tomu river = Odoodee [kkc], Bedamini = Beami [beo], Etoro [etr], Onabasulu [onn], Sunia = Sonia [siq], Aimele [ail], Kamula [xla], Bainapi = Dibiyaso [dby], Doso [dol], Kaluli [bco], Bogaya [boq], Duna [duc], Pare [ppt], Namumi = Fasu [faa], Bamu = Bamu Kiwai [bcf], Samo [smq], Kubo [jko], Oibae = Gobasi [goi], Gebusi = Gobasi [goi]},
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