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Nyarrpa-jarrija kala Jijajiji?= What did Jesus used to do?
Bib ID 2689761
Format BookBook
Description Darwin : Summer Institute of Linguistics, Australian Aborigines and Islanders Branch, 1996 
31 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
Series

New reader. Series A (Summer Institute of Linguistics)

Notes

Text in Warlpiri.

Subjects Warlpiri language -- Readers.  |  Bible stories, Warlpiri -- New Testament.
Other authors/contributors Summer Institute of Linguistics. Australian Aborigines and Islanders Branch
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What did Jesus used to do?

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