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DJVU PDF Thurgood, G. 1998, "Austronesian and Mon-Khmer components in the Proto Chamic vowel system", in Papers in Southeast Asian Linguistics No. 15: Further Chamic Studies, ed. D. Thomas, vol. 15, pp. 61-90. Pacific Linguistics, the Australian National University. cite.
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- STATS DJVU PDF Thurgood, G. and Li, F. 2007, "From Malay to Sinitic: the restructuring of Tsat under intense language contact", in SEALS XII Papers from the 12th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2002, ed. R. Wayland et al., Canberra, Australia, pp. 129-136. Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University. cite.
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