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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 31, Number 4, 1 December 2012

World Englishes and postcolonialism: Reading Kachru and Said
pp. 419-433(15)
Author: LOK, IAN MAI CHI

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Pulmonic ingressive speech in Shetland English
pp. 434-448(15)
Author: SUNDKVIST, PETER

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On the autonomy and homogeneity of Canadian English
pp. 449-466(18)
Authors: DOLLINGER, STEFAN; CLARKE, SANDRA

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Homogeneity as a sociolinguistic motive in Canadian English
pp. 467-477(11)
Author: CHAMBERS, J. K.

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The Canadian Shift in two Ontario cities
pp. 478-492(15)
Author: ROEDER, REBECCA

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English as a minority language in Quebec
pp. 493-502(10)
Author: BOBERG, CHARLES

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Phonetic change in Newfoundland English
pp. 503-518(16)
Author: CLARKE, SANDRA

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Homogeneity and autonomy of Canadian Raising
pp. 534-548(15)
Authors: SADLIER‐BROWN, EMILY

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by Patrick J. Cummings and Hans‐Georg Wolf
pp. 549-551(3)
Author: Butler, Susan

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edited by Annick De Houwer and Antje Wilton
pp. 551-554(4)
Author: Hilgendorf, Suzanne K.

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edited by Ahmar Mahboob
pp. 554-556(3)
Author: Matsuda, Aya

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edited by Joybrato Mukherjee and Magnus Huber
pp. 557-559(3)
Author: Newman, John

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by Nicholas Ostler
pp. 559-561(3)
Author: Maxwell, Christine

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PROFESSIONAL NOTE
pp. 562-562(1)

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