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Jan van Eijk. The Lillooet Language: Phonology, Morphology, Syntax. Vancouver: UBC Press. 1997. Pp. xxx + 279. $75.00 (hardcover).

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Lisa Matthewson*
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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