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Gurrum'thunmiya yaka rakunygunhamiya / [by Paul White] ; [Translated by Banunydji Yunupinju]
Bib ID 1219165
Format BookBook
Author
White, Paul, 1910-1992
 
Uniform Title Safe as poison. Gumatj
Description [Kangaroo Ground, Vic.] : Wycliffe Bible Translators [and Summer Institute of Linguistics], Australian Aborigines Branch, 1973 
9 leaves : ill.(part col.) ; 20x26cm. 
ISBN 0868920118
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Subjects Gumatj language N141.  |  Children's stories in English. Australian writers, 1945-. Gumatj texts.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Yunupinju, Banunydji, tr  |  Summer Institute of Linguistics. Australian Aborigines Branch

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