Tīa ʻtoe’ and Old Gutnish sources of long ī

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Tīa ʻtoe’ and Old Gutnish sources of long ī. / Vrieland, Seán D.

In: North-Western European Language Evolution (NOWELE), Vol. 68, No. 2, 2015, p. 183-5.

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Vrieland, SD 2015, 'Tīa ʻtoe’ and Old Gutnish sources of long ī', North-Western European Language Evolution (NOWELE), vol. 68, no. 2, pp. 183-5.

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Vrieland, S. D. (2015). Tīa ʻtoe’ and Old Gutnish sources of long ī. North-Western European Language Evolution (NOWELE), 68(2), 183-5.

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Vrieland SD. Tīa ʻtoe’ and Old Gutnish sources of long ī. North-Western European Language Evolution (NOWELE). 2015;68(2):183-5.

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Vrieland, Seán D. / Tīa ʻtoe’ and Old Gutnish sources of long ī. In: North-Western European Language Evolution (NOWELE). 2015 ; Vol. 68, No. 2. pp. 183-5.

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