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APA Citation

Keesing, Roger M.  (1988).  Melanesian Pidgin and the oceanic substrate.  Stanford, Calif :  Stanford University Press

MLA Citation

Keesing, Roger M.  Melanesian Pidgin and the oceanic substrate / Roger M. Keesing  Stanford University Press Stanford, Calif  1988

Australian/Harvard Citation

Keesing, Roger M.  1988,  Melanesian Pidgin and the oceanic substrate / Roger M. Keesing  Stanford University Press Stanford, Calif

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