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Yosef / paka Moses Msiue ; ie atua konan Suksuk Ham : le mqile kin Kenesis
Bib ID 2364580
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Bible. Genesis. Bierian dialect. Selections
Description Launceston : A. J. Pasmore, Printer, [n.d.] 
48p. ; 18cm. 
Notes

Stories of Joseph and Moses.

Bierian dialect is spoken in S.W. Epi, New Hebrides (Vanuatu).

Subjects Bierian language -- Texts.  |  Vanuatu -- Languages -- Texts.
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