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|Nisgh makes precise distinctions between different kinds of possession through morphological and syntactic means. Nisgha, like many other languages, distinguishes between the point|
|of view of the possessor of an object, and that of the observer concentrating on a feature of the possessor. Within the point of view of the possessor, it differentiates between singular and collective 'possess Ions'."|
|Appears in the Working Papers of the 21st International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, University of Washington, Seattle|
Tarpent, Marie-Lucie (author)
|Date||1986-08-14 - 1986-08-16
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