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Boudewijn Rempt wrote:

>On Fri, 5 Nov 1999, Kristian Jensen wrote:
>
>> I was at the university's linguistic library today and I found a
>> language with quite an interesting phonotactic method of
>> inflectional marking. It uses a manipulation of stem shape for
>> inflectional marking in almost (but not quite) the same way as in
>> Arabic. This language is called Seediq, an Austronesian language
>> spoken by some aborigines of Taiwan. Maybe one of you guys may
>> want to be inspired.
>>
>
>Was this the Parametric Grammar of Seediq?

Yes! That's the one I was reading. Written by a Swedish=20
linguist as far as I can remember.

-kristian- 8)