2 edition of Papers from the Eighteenth Finnish Conference of Linguistics found in the catalog.
Papers from the Eighteenth Finnish Conference of Linguistics
Finnish Conference of Linguistics (18th 1991 Joensuu, Finland)
|Other titles||Papers from the 18th Finnish Conference of Linguistics.|
|Statement||Jussi Niemi, ed.|
|Series||Kielitieteellisiä tutkimuksia ,, n:o 24 =, Studies in languages, Kielitieteellisiä tutkimuksia ;, n:o 24.|
|LC Classifications||P21 .F56 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||436 p. :|
|Number of Pages||436|
|LC Control Number||92225604|
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