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Published by available from Robert Binnick in West Hill, Ont. (Division of Humanities, Scarborough College, West Hill, Ontario, M1C 1A4) .
Written in English


  • Mongolian language -- Middle Mongolian, 13th century-16th century -- Syntax.,
  • "Phags-pa alphabet.

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StatementRobert I. Binnick.
SeriesWorking paper / Project on Mongolian Historico-Comparative Syntax -- no. 2, 4, Working paper (Project on Mongolian Historico-Comparative Syntax) -- no. 2., Working paper (Project on Mongolian Historico-Comparative Syntax) -- no. 4.
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Pagination2 v. ;
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Open LibraryOL13589744M

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