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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 December 2008

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We regret several errors in Volume 6, Number 2. In addition to several errors of transliteration of the Russian in Krysin's review article:

p. 225 incorrectly cited the translator as Dr Philip Suelsdorff when his name is in fact Luelsdorff.

pp. 238 and 239, the second Kopylenko reference, the last Krysin reference, and the Krysin & Shemelev reference were all published in 1976.

p. 238, the following reference under Nikolsky should have been included:

— (1976). Sinxronnaja sociolinguistike. Moscow. [Synchronous sociolinguistics.]

p. 241, Roxencvejg, V. Ju. O jaxykovyx kontaktax was published in 1962. The Shweitzer reference and the volume in which it appeared were published in 1976. Also, the following reference under Shweitzer should have been included:

— (1976b). Sovremennaja sociolinguistike. Teorija, problemy, methody. Moscow. [Comptemporary sociolinguistics. Theory, problems, methods.]

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