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Uniform title: How the Jews lived. Mianmin
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1974
 
 
Uniform title: How the Jews lived: question and answer book. Yessan-Mayo
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1974
 
 
Uniform title: How the Jews lived. Gahuku
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa. P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1975
 
 
Uniform title: How the Jews lived. v.1. Samo
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1973
 
 
Uniform title: Animals of the Bible. Biangai and English
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, T.P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1971
 
 
 
Uniform title: How the Jews lived. Barai and English
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1971
 
 
Uniform title: Animals of the Bible. Weri
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1975
 
 
Uniform title: Other people's homes. Gimi
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1973
 
 
Uniform title: Animals of the Bible. Samo
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1973
 
 
 
Uniform title: How the Jews lived. v.1. Kunimaipa-Gazili
by Summer Institute of Linguistics
Ukarumpa, P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1973, c1971
 
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