David Bradley 2007

David Bradley. 2007. East and Southeast Asia. In Moseley, Christopher (ed.), Encyclopedia of the World's Endangered Languages, 349-424. London & New York: Routledge.

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  address    = {London & New York},
  author     = {David Bradley},
  booktitle  = {Encyclopedia of the World's Endangered Languages},
  editor     = {Moseley, Christopher},
  pages      = {349-424},
  publisher  = {Routledge},
  title      = {East and Southeast Asia},
  year       = {2007},
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