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  • n. Plural form of dialect.


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  • Collin:This is a battle that gets old, but what you describe as dialects are really mutually unintelligible languages.

    Daily Links, April 16, 2009

  • Some of them, unfortunately, have been dismissed even though their knowledge of Arabic dialects is higher than those who are not gay.

    Gates defends military's review of DADT

  • With no formal education, he speaks Shan, Burmese, Hindi, Thai, and the Yunnan and Mandarin dialects of Chinese.

    Lifting the Bamboo Curtain

  • However, I'm not sure if the goal of Mexico to avoid different language dialects is a bad thought.

    Cities for immersion programs

  • The similarities in dialects in and around Boston, New York City, Baltimore, and New Orleans, possibly transmitted by boids or ersters.

    October 17th, 2007

  • Because in most Latin American dialects of Spanish, “Chilito” = PENIS. » Try to see it my way

  • To the musical ear certain dialects are a little bit hurtful; you do not get the musical sounds in certain dialects.

    the Influence of Music on the Community

  • Between thirty and forty of these inscriptions have been discovered, scattered over nearly the whole of India, and composed in vernacular dialects allied to Pali [581].

    Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 1

  • Germany, six in other Teutonic lands, thirteen in Romance countries, no less than thirty-seven in Slavonic dialects, seven in Finnish,

    Europa's Fairy Book

  • The Turkish scientist Sabri Sayari noted your lack of knowledge of Turkish or the main Kurdish dialects and thinks this isn't good for your research.



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