Ostler 1994

Ostler, Nicholas. 1994. Syntactic Typology of Muisca - a Sketch. In Cole, P. and Hermon, G. and Martin, M. D. (eds.), Language in the Andes, Latin American Studies, 205-230. Newark: University of Delaware. (Based on papers from a conference entitled 'International Conference on Language, Language Policy and Education in the Andes' held at the University of Delaware, Oct. 28-30, 1991).

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