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the branch of philology that is devoted to the study of dialects

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An accomplished Arabic dialectologist and an equally accomplished historian of Middle Eastern drama have joined forces here to publish a fascinating collection of dramatic texts in Egyptian colloquial Arabic from the early twentieth century.
Depending on the response of the communities an OPD with specialists such as Dialectologists, neurologists, psychiatrists etc.
The North America CGM market would continue to lead CGM market throughout the forecast period, majorly due to the sustained payers' access, better affordability and increasing confidence of CGMS among dialectologists
Overall, this volume is an excellent contribution to the field of Arabic dialectology, and will be of particular interest to Arabists, Semiticists, dialectologists, and sociolinguists.
The answer was the dialectologists, and at the University of Leeds, slap in the middle of the Ripper's hunting ground, academics Stanley Ellis and Jack Windsor Davies got to work on the voice of Wearside Jack.
Like almost all British dialectologists of his generation, Ellis had studied with the father of British research in the subject, Professor Harold Orton, at Leeds University.
Dialectologists know that people who pronounce the word as "greezy" usually live south of a line that wiggles across the northern parts of New Jersey.
It must be due to linguists' general aversion to accepting works of fiction as reliable linguistic sources that dialectologists investigating weren't leveling in nonstandard varieties of American English (e.
Now the texts are easily available not only to dialectologists of Arabic and speakers of Arabic not used to reading transcription, but to a third, important group of readers as well: those interested in Arabic poetry and the subject matter in question in particular.
Likewise, dialectologists (Keem, Kasi 2002 : 20, 50) have pointed out that in Voru dialect in the case of disyllabic forms and in some Q1 verbs (e.
Look no further than Italy itself, for example--a veritable delight to dialectologists, due to the variegation of speech forms found as one travels from one village to the next.
On the other hand, Ring Spinning Systems have been refined during the last 30 years, the ultimate objectives of spinning dialectologists are focussed on higher production speed, combined with adequate quality.
Edited by two dialectologists with strong international reputations who have made significant contributions to our understanding of hypoglycaemia.
This sociological distinction is still the main criterion in dialect classification, but there is some ambivalence about it in the present work, from tacit acceptance (Ingham for Mesopotamian dialects), acceptance with reservations (Heikki Palva for the gelet dialects, Eades for Sawawi, and, of course, Holes himself), to a radical rejection of the whole idea by David Britain, who argues that the "urban fetish" has misled dialectologists into the false equation of conservatism with nomadism and progressiveness with sedentarism, when in fact there are no linguistic changes that can be attributed solely to the urban way of life itself.