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Quot homines tot artes: New Studies in Missionary Linguistics
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[Historiographia Linguistica 36:2/3] 2009
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27. Professor Stephen Bennett Johnson’s middle initial was printed as M on the title page and cover of this work because the publisher automatically inserted the name of an author already in their database. The middle initial B appears in the table of contents. They have assured us that this will be corrected with a new printing of this second volume.

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