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Sunday, August 08, 2004

Nilo-saharan Languages

The considerable typological diversity that characterizes the Nilo-Saharan languages corresponds to their wide geographic spread. Structural properties - for example, with respect to sound systems and word order - often are shared with unrelated neighbouring language groups. Thus, rich and complex consonant systems with universally rare distinctions - such

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