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Dingemanse M (2008). Assibi A. Amidu. 2007. Semantic Assignment Rules in Bantu Classes. Review. Afrikanistik online, Vol. 2007. (urn:nbn:de:0009-10-12583)

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  author = 	"Dingemanse, Mark",
  title = 	"Assibi A. Amidu. 2007. Semantic Assignment Rules in Bantu Classes. Review",
  journal = 	"Afrikanistik online",
  year = 	"2008",
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