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Julyurlpa-kurlu / yimi yirrarnu kuruwarri Donovan Rice Jampijinparlu
Bib ID 1610652
Format BookBook
Author
Jampijinpa, Donovan Rice
 
Description Yuendumu, N.T. : B.R.D.U., 1994 
18 p. : ill. ; 21 x 30 cm. 
ISBN 0867513055
Notes

English translation, Story about going swimming, p. [19]

"Job no. 14/94".

"This project has been assisted by the Commonwealth Government through the Australian Council, its arts funding and advisory body."

Subjects Warlpiri language -- Readers.  |  Warlpiri language (C15) (NT SF52-04)
Other authors/contributors Australia Council  |  Bilingual Resources Development Unit (Yuendumu, N.T.)

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