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Issues in Phonological Theory: Proceedings of the Urbana Conference on Phonology, 1971, University of Illinois by Charles Kisseberth

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Damn it, that's really really Latcher out of place in this company! Nope it primitive, wild joy of life, as in the Tex Corbin, Pete Uikze, Lennie Hastings, Field Grant. The last three of them - young, they are cheerful data ... but it's not the age, because they were familiar and similar to Tex Corbin, and Jesse Loudon, that were born at the border. There is no place for people with a soft face and eyes of a dog, kicked out of the rain. The trouble with Clem - he even colorless outside, though the inside, neither fish nor fowl, just boring lanky type who has read too many books. And trying to live with a woman, who, by his standards, too hot blood. But on the trail - the man we need, will never grumble, it is not his place to bring a bucket of water or a look at the horses. And yet there is in it a strong base of the oak.

Issues in Phonological Theory: Proceedings of the Urbana Conference on Phonology, 1971, University of Illinois by Charles Kisseberth

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Author
Charles Kisseberth
Publisher
Walter de Gruyter
Date of release
Pages
176
ISBN
9789027924988
Binding
Hardcover
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Rating
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