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Celebrating variation: Harold Orton and dialectology, 1898–1998

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 October 2008

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A centenary discussion of the work and the on-going influence of a pioneering English dialectologist

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1998

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