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Baker, Philip and R. Ramnak. 1985. Mauritian Bhojpuri: An Indo-Aryan language spoken in a predominantly creolphone society. In Wurm, Stephen A. (ed.). pp. 215–238.

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Barr, Donald F., Sharon G. Barr and C. Salombe. 1979. Languages of Central Sulawesi: Checklist, preliminary classification, language maps, wordlists. Ujung Pandang: Summer Institute of Linguistics and Hasanuddin University.

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Biggs, Bruce. 1980. The position of East Uvean and Anutan in the Polynesian language family. Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand 23:115–134.

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Bista, Dor Bahadur. 1996. People of Nepal. 6th edition. Kathmandu: Ratna Pustak Bhandar.

Black, Paul. 1983. Aboriginal languages of the Northern Territory. Darwin: School of Australian Linguistics, Darwin Community College.

Blanchet, Phillippe. 1986. Idiome spécifique et culture populaire: Le français régional de Provence. Ph.D. dissertation, Sorbonne University.

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Blench, Roger M. 1987. A revision of the Index of Nigerian languages. The Nigerian Field, Journal of the Nigerian Field Society 52:77–84.

Blench, Roger M. 1989. Nupoid. In Bendor-Samuel, John and Rhonda L. Hartell (eds.). pp. 305–322.

Blench, Roger M. 1992. Recent research in the prehistory of Bantu languages. In Barreteau, Daniel and C. Von Graffenried (eds.). pp. 147–160.

Blench, Roger M. 1999. Recent fieldwork in Ghana: report on Dompo and a note on Mpre. Ogmios 11:14–15.

Blench, Roger M. 2003. Index and classification to Westermann’s Niger-Congo reconstructions. Cambridge: Mallam Dendo.

Blench, Roger M. 2005. A survey of Dogon languages in Mali: Overview. Ogmios 26:15. http://www.rogerblench.info/Language%20data/Niger-Congo/Dogon/Ogmios%20papers%202005.pdf.

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Blust, Robert A. 1974. The Proto-North Sarawak vowel deletion hypothesis. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawaii, Honolulu.

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