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Baxter, William H. 1993. "A Handbook of Old Chinese Phonology." 423-428 U. Mouton de Gruyter, 1992, xiii, 922 p. | BSL , 88/2, 1993, 364-366 Maurice Coyaud | Cf. | OLZ , 88/4. cite. STATS (16)
William h. baxter, III. 1986. "Chinese and Japanese CAI [computer Assisted Instruction] At the University of Michigan." In Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, 21 , no. 2: . cite. STATS (1)
Baxter, William H., III. 1985. "Tibeto-Burman Cognates of Old Chinese *-ij and *-ɨj." In Linguistics of the Sino-Tibetan area: the state of the art. Papers presented to Paul K. Benedict for his 71st birthday, edited by Graham Thurgood et al.. 242-63. Department of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University. cite. STATS (1)
Ko, Yong-Kun and David Baxter. 2002. "On the Morphological Typology of Korean." In Pathways into Korean language and culture: essays in honor of Young-Key Kim-Renaud, edited by Sang-Oak Lee and Gregory K. Iverson. 185-201. Pagijong Press. cite. STATS
Baxter, William H. 1994. "Reply To Pulleyblank." In Journal of Chinese linguistics, 22 , no. 1: 139-160. cite. STATS
Baxter, William H. 1999. "Reconstructing Proto-'Mandarin' Retroflex Initials." In Issues in Chinese dialect description and classification. Berkeley, Calif, edited by Richard Vanness Simmons. 1-35. Project on Linguistic Analysis, University of California. cite. STATS
Baxter, Ian. 1983. "Dutch Records From Malacca in the India Office Records." In Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society, 56 , no. 2: . cite. STATS
Baxter, William H. 1999. "Nicholas C. Bodman, 1913-1997." In Journal of Chinese Linguistics, 27 , no. 1: . cite. STATS
Baxter, William H. 2000. "Did Proto-Mandarin Exist?" In Journal of Chinese linguistics, 28 , no. 1: 100-115. cite. STATS
Baxter, William. 2006. "Mandarin Dialect Phylogeny." In Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale, 35 , no. 1: . cite. STATS