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Fleck, David W.
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2022. Body-part terms in Mapudungun. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 335 ff. DOI logo
Labrada, Jorge Emilio Rosés
2022. Body-part categorization and grammar in Piaroa. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 149 ff. DOI logo
Lehmann, Christian
2022. Foundations of body-part grammar. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 14 ff. DOI logo
Mithun, Marianne
2022. Topicality, affectedness, and body-part grammar. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 286 ff. DOI logo
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2022. Body parts and possessive constructions in Mataguayan languages. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 310 ff. DOI logo
Silva, W. D. L.
2022. A typology of body-part words in Eastern Tukanoan languages. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 188 ff. DOI logo
Valenzuela, Pilar M.
2022. Plant and animal body-part terms in Shiwulu grammar. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 373 ff. DOI logo
Zariquiey, Roberto, Jaime Montoya, Juana Ticona, Luz Carhuachín, Yessica Reyes, Roxana Quispe-Collantes, José Paz & Aarón Torres
2022. The grammar of body-part expressions in Iskonawa. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 425 ff. DOI logo
Zariquiey, Roberto & Pilar M. Valenzuela
2022. Body-part nouns, prefixation, incorporation, and compounding in Panoan and Takanan. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 441 ff. DOI logo
Roberto Zariquiey & Pilar M. Valenzuela
2022. The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions, DOI logo
Zariquiey, Roberto & Pilar M. Valenzuela
2022. Introduction. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
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2022. List of Abbreviations. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. xi ff. DOI logo
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2022. Copyright Page. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. iv ff. DOI logo
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2022. List of Figures. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. vii ff. DOI logo
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2022. List of Tables. In The Grammar of Body-Part Expressions,  pp. ix ff. DOI logo

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