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>* Paul Bennett said on 2008-04-26 04:52:13 +0200
>> The World Atlas of Language Structures is now available for free online,
>> in a nifty Google Maps powered form.
>>
>> http://www.wals.info/
>
>Having explored a little, all I can say is *drool*.

Emphatically seconded! This would make greit reference material for LCKs &
the like.

...Altho alike to the Spanish issue, I'm also spotting other little
weirdities, like including /T D/ in Dahalo but *not* in Arabic... OK, they
use Egyptian Arabic so it's technically correct, but seems a bit misleading.


>t., adding "conlang wals" to list of impossible projects

Preliminary phoneme inventory statistics are alreddy being done at the ZBB.

John Vertical