The Hamster God wrote:

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Do you know of anyway I could get that put into a larger nutshell?  a book or a webpage or something?  You have only whetted my thirst for knowledge and my searches on the internet prove futile.>>

Online...?  Not that I can think of.  I also can't think of any books.
There are individual articles here and there.  I'll upload my paper
in a minute.  The bibliography might be a place to start.  Give me
five minutes, but you can download it in .pdf form here:

http://dedalvs.free.fr/dl.html

This sounds interesting, though:

Roger wrote:

<<Leonard Bloomfield, way back in the 20s or 30s, did an extensive study of
Tagalog-- probably one of the first in English.  I read it so long ago I've
forgotten everything; but for someone interested, it might be worthwhile to
see how he handled it from his Structuralist POV.>>

Also, search the archives.  Trigger languages come up every couple of
months.

-David
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