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  • Henke, L. A. (Louis Albert), 1889-1985 (University of Hawaii, 1929)
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1961)
    All dancing in Guinaang may be broadly classified as social dancing. The people dance, they say, because they are happy and on the occasions when dances are held, there is a definite festive spirit, testifying to the ...
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1961)
    The following account is a record of a wedding ceremony complex, commonly called "chono," a generic term for all the major wedding feasts, but more specifically termed "Fayas," the term for the culminating wedding feasts ...
  • Bear, H. S. Jr (Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1962)
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1963)
    This phonology is based upon the dialect of about 1,500 people living in Guinaang, in the sub-province of Bontoc, Mountain Province, Philippines. This dialect is part of the Central Bontok language which is spoken in the ...
  • Hamilton, Thomas H. (Thomas Hale), 1914-1979 (1963-03-28)
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1964)
    There is a class of particles in Central Bontoc , the members of which indicate the syntactic relationship between the substantive phrases which they introduce, and the predicate of the clause in which they occur. We call ...
  • Lusted, Ruth; Whittle, Claudia; Reid, Lawrence A. (1964)
    All Philippine languages have multiple pronoun sets, differing in distribution within the clause, and differing in internal complexity. Traditionally, pronoun sets have been listed and their distribution stated, but few ...
  • Hamilton, Thomas H. (Thomas Hale), 1914-1979 (University of Hawaii Press, 1965)
  • Hamilton, Thomas H. (Thomas Hale), 1914-1979 (The College Press: Los Angeles City College, 1966-05-18)
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1968)
    The purpose of this paper is to present some insights into the structure of Philippine languages, particularly in relation to the concept of transitivity, which are molding the development of Philippine descriptive linguistics ...
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1971)
    One of the fallacies of some current grammatical theories is that the symbol which dominates all others is S. Given a grammar which adequately accounts for all sentences in a given language, it will still fall far short ...
  • Reid, Lawrence A.; Madulid, Domingo (1972)
    The purpose of this paper is to provide a brief description of the ethnobotanical nomenclature found in the Guinaang dialect of Bontoc, Mountain Province. In addition to providing a listing and identification of many of ...
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1972)
    Although a considerable amount of work has been done on Bontoc ethnography a search of the literature revealed that little has been written on the working groups which form a very significant part of the culture of Bontoc. ...
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1973)
    It has been fairly well established (Dempwolff 1934, 1937, 1939]) that Proto- Austronesian (PAN) had a four-vowel system, usually symbolized by *i, *e, *a, and *u. It is also fairly evident that the daughter language from ...
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1973)
    Kankanay is a member of a putative subgroup of Philippine languages which may be labelled Igorot. This subgroup, labelled by Llamzon (1969: 124) the 'Ifugao subgroup' has as its members at least the following languages: ...
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1974)
    The term CENTRAL CORDILLERAN (CC) is here applied to a group of languages spoken mostly in the mountains of Northern Luzon, Philippines. These languages are Kalinga (spoken in the province of Kalinga Apayao), Itneg (spoken ...
  • Polansky, Patricia (Honolulu, Hawaii: Pacific Islands Studies Program, University of Hawaii, 1974)
  • Reid, Lawrence A. (1976)
    Iluko is a language whose strength and vitality mirrors the character of the millions of people who learned to speak it at their mother’s knee, a people whose character has been strengthened by adversity, a people who in ...

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