Loughnane, Robyn and Sebastian Fedden 2011

Loughnane, Robyn and Sebastian Fedden. 2011. Is Oksapmin Ok? - A Study of the Genetic Relationship between Oksapmin and the Ok languages. Australian Journal of Linguistics 31. 1-42.

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  author     = {Loughnane, Robyn and Sebastian Fedden},
  journal    = {Australian Journal of Linguistics},
  number     = {1},
  pages      = {1-42},
  title      = {Is Oksapmin Ok? - A Study of the Genetic Relationship between Oksapmin and the Ok languages},
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  volume     = {31},
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