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AuthorTitleYearSeriesDomain
Maryott, Kenneth RPre-Sangir *l, *d, *r and associated phonemes1986Notes on LinguisticsLinguistics
Shelden, Howard and Kay RingenbergMeasuring language of wider communication (L2) and local community language (L1) literacy levels in a bilingual community of Indonesia2003Philippine Journal of LinguisticsLiteracy and Education
Kosonen, Kimmo, Catherine Young and Susan MalonePromoting literacy in multilingual settings2007Literacy and Education, Sociolinguistics
Linguistic Society of the Philippines and Summer Institute of LinguisticsStudies in Philippine languages & cultures: 10-ICAL Borneo, Sulawesi & Philippines papers2008Studies in Philippine Languages and CulturesLinguistics
Maryott, Kenneth RThe sentence in Sangihé1979Studies in Philippine Languages and CulturesLinguistics
Maryott, Kenneth RThe semantics of focus in Sangihé1977Studies in Philippine Languages and CulturesLinguistics, Translation
Maryott, Kenneth RThe phonology and morphophonemics of Tabukang Sangir1961Philippine Social Sciences and Humanities ReviewLinguistics
Maryott, Kenneth RSangiré (or Sangil) [language text]1978Studies in Philippine Languages and CulturesLinguistics
Maryott, Kenneth RThe phonemes of Sarangani Sangiré1977Studies in Philippine Languages and CulturesLinguistics
Wolff, John UWhy roots add the affixes with which they occur: a study of Tagalog and Indonesian adjective formations1993SemaianLinguistics
Maryott, Kenneth RThe substantive phrases of Sangir1963Linguistics
Lindquist, Alice, Vivian Forsberg, and Alan HealeyThe phonemes of Tagabili1959Philippine Journal of ScienceLinguistics
Maryott, Alice LThe nuclear predication in Sangir1963Philippine Journal of ScienceLinguistics
Maryott, Kenneth RPre-Sangir *l, *d, *r and associated phonemes, part 31990Workpapers in Indonesian Languages and CulturesLinguistics
Studies on Dempwolff's Vergleichende Lautlehre des Austronesischen WortschatzesLinguistics
Maryott, Kenneth RSangil elevationals and the performative analysis1974Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota SessionLinguistics