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DJVU PDF Gedney, W.J. 1989, "On the Thai evidence for Austro-Tai", in Selected Papers on Comparative Tai Studies, ed. R.J. Bickner et al., pp. 117-164. Center for South and Southeast Asian studies, the University of Michigan. cite.
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- STATS Maspero, H. 1911, "Contribution à l'étude du système phonétique des langues thai", in Bulletin de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient, no. 11, pp. 153-69. cite.
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- STATS DJVU PDF Bauer, R.S. 1992, "<i>Winkin'</i>,<i> blinkin'</i> and <i>nod</i>: a study in historical-comparative semantics of Southeast Asian languages", in Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 151-184. cite.
- STATS DJVU PDF Bauer, R.S. 1996, "Identifying the Tai substratum in Cantonese", in The Fourth International Symposium on Language and Linguistics, Thailand, pp. 1806-1844. Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University. cite.
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- STATS DJVU PDF Diller, A. 1998, "The Tai language family and the comparative method", in The International Conference on Tai Studies, ed. S. Burusphat, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 1-32. Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University. cite.
- STATS DJVU PDF Matisoff, J.A. 1996, "Contact-induced change, genetic relationship, and scales of comparison", in The Fourth International Symposium on Language and Linguistics, Thailand, pp. 1591-1612. Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University. cite.
- STATS DJVU PDF Siri-Aksornsat, P. 1996, "The origin and development of /kra-/ and /ka-/ words in Siamese Thai", in The Fourth International Symposium on Language and Linguistics, Thailand, pp. 1730-1742. Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University. cite.
- STATS DJVU PDF Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong. 1992, "Some observations on /phom/ and /dichan/: male and female first person pronouns in Thai", in Papers on Tai languages, Linguistics, and Literatures, ed. C.J. Compton and J.F. Hartmann, pp. 186-204. Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University. cite.
Author "Gedney" cites 42 authors
Brown, Egerod, Gedney, Haas, Li, Minot, Donaldson, Savina, Diguet, Degeorge, Benedict, Burnay, Chinese, Esquirol, Haudricourt, Wulff, Borua, Barua, Downer, Fraisse, Guignard, Jones, Laos, Xxx, Macey, Maspero, Reinhorn, Saul, Serdiuchenko, Wang, Chamberlain, Dodd, Harris, Cushing, Kerr, Wenk, Jacob, Pou, Pulleyblank, Diller, Krairiksh, Vickery,
Author "Gedney" is cited by 49 authors
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