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DJVU PDF Sprigg, R.K. 1989, "Oral vowels and nasalized vowels in Lepcha (Rong) as the key to a puzzling variation in spelling", in South-east Asian Linguisitics: Essays in Honour of Eugénie J.A. Henderson, ed. J.H.C.S. Davidson, pp. 219-235. School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. cite.
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Chang, Goldstein, Mazaudon, Sprigg, Yü, Benedict, Matisoff, Michailovsky, Roerich, Henderson, Tucci, Wylie, Chakraborty, Das, Haarh, Csoma, Miller, Ray, Walsh, Mainwaring, Bell, Bradley, Gould, Pike, Richardson, Forrest, Marrison, Shafer, Siiger, Tamsang, Glover, Hari, Michaliovsky, Hu, Simon, Senior, Bodman,
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