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Language contact of minority languages in Central and Southern Europe : a comparative approach

Language contact of minority languages in Central and Southern Europe : a comparative approach

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BREU, Walter, 2011. Language contact of minority languages in Central and Southern Europe : a comparative approach. In: BERND KORTMANN ..., , ed.. The Languages and Linguistics of Europe : a Comprehensive Guide. Berlin [u.a.]:De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 429-451. ISBN 978-3-11-022025-4

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