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Journal of Asian Studies (1972) 31 (4): 987–988.
Published: 01 August 1972
... Place of Jinghpaw in Tibeto-Burman," Robbins Burling considers the evidence for alternative hypotheses which, within Tibeto-Burman, links Jinghpaw, which is spoken over a wide area of Burma, the Shan states, the Yunnan Province of China, and Assam, to either (1) Lolo-Burmese (more specifically...
Journal Article
Journal of Asian Studies (1972) 31 (4): 986–987.
Published: 01 August 1972
... originally presented to the Second Annual Meeting on Sino-Tibetan Reconstruction at Columbia University in October, 1969. In "The Historical Place of Jinghpaw in Tibeto-Burman," Robbins Burling considers the evidence for alternative hypotheses which, within Tibeto-Burman, links Jinghpaw, which is spoken over...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2004) 63 (4): 1127–1128.
Published: 01 November 2004
.... The northeast of the Indian subcontinent is represented by Garo, Hakha Lai, and Meithei. Languages of Tibet, Yu´ nna´n, and S` chua¯n are represented by Ba`i, Trung (which the editors have sinicized to Dulong Lhasa Tibetan, Prinmi, a Northern Qia¯ng dialect, and the Jinghpaw dialect of Y´ ngjia¯ng County ( J...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1972) 31 (4): 988–989.
Published: 01 August 1972
... on the Development of Tonal Systems in Tibeto-Burman" has three objectives: (1) "to consider the phonological role played by the syllablefinal segments which are nonsonorant stops and glides or nasals and the manners of their depletion through sound change in Burmese and Jinghpaw," (2) to examine the hvpothesis...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2004) 63 (4): 1128–1130.
Published: 01 November 2004
... subcontinent is represented by Garo, Hakha Lai, and Meithei. Languages of Tibet, Yu´ nna´n, and S` chua¯n are represented by Ba`i, Trung (which the editors have sinicized to Dulong Lhasa Tibetan, Prinmi, a Northern Qia¯ng dialect, and the Jinghpaw dialect of Y´ ngjia¯ng County ( J ngpo¯ is Mandarin...