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Renward Brandstetter (29 June 1860 – 17 April 1942) was a Swiss philologist and linguist who published about medieval and modern Swiss dialects language  ...

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Brandstetter (1860 – 1942) on Lucerne and Austronesia ed. ... day of Renward Brandstetter (1860–1942), the first dedicated scholar of Austronesian com-.

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Jul 24, 2008 ... An introduction to Indonesian linguistics, being four essays by Renward Brandstetter, PH. D. by Brandstetter, Renward, 1860-1942; Blagden, ...

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day of Renward Brandstetter ( 1 860-1 942), the first dedicated scholar of ... Brandstetter did groundbreaking work on the dialect of the Lucerne canton and was ...

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Renward Brandstetter (1860–1942). Beiträge zum 150. Geburtstag des Schweizer. Dialektologen und Erforschers der austrone- sischen Sprachen und ...

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I have set out arguments and evidence for recognizing a submorphemic element that the Swiss linguist Renward Brandstetter originally termed a. "root" (Wurzel).

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Renward Brandstetter - Schriften zur austronesischen Sprachforschung. Renward Brandstetter (1860 1942) stammte aus einer alten Beromünsterer Familie.

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The Swiss Indonesianist Renward Brandstetter (1916) devoted two pioneering essays to the comparative morphology of Austronesian languages: “Common ...

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*ni has been reconstructed by Brandstetter (1916), Dempwolff (1938),. Dyen ( 1949), and ..... Renward Brandstetter, trans. by C. O. Blagden, 67-133. London: The ...

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Since the pioneering analyses of Renward Brandstetter (1860 1942) a quasi- morphological element called the 'root' has been recognized in Austronesian ...