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. Bybee Joan Perkins Revere Pagliuca William 1994 The evolution of grammar: Tense, aspect, and modality in the languages of the world Chicago University of Chicago Press Cablitz, Gabriele H. 2008. When “what” is “where”: A linguistic analysis of landscape terms, place names and body part terms in Marquesan (Oceanic, French Polynesia). Language Sciences 30(2). 200–226. 10.1016/j.langsci.2006.12.004 Cablitz Gabriele H 2008 When “what” is “where”: A linguistic analysis of landscape terms, place names and body part terms in Marquesan (Oceanic, French Polynesia) Language

exclusively agricultural labour. Their aim was to document the lexicon of a then vanishing rural world. Devoted to the entire territory of continental France, that first atlas had to limit its references to activities shared by all provinces. The great inno- vation of these atlases lay in representing regional variants of the same notion, not in the form of lists Table 5 – Languages and dialects of French Polynesialanguage” speakers dialects (source 1) (source 2) NORTH MARQUESAN 3900 6000 SOUTH MARQUESAN 3700 2700 MANGAREVAN 2400 600 PA’UMOTU 22

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