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, thirteen wordu which are not Malay, lie » olt U.iio*l, uot without ajujt* trouble, from ao A(«ta, the fonywing: verwi 1 am goiugr Be vi^rv Ta .' «M All) I mn g«e forgottc Ji (by) \m. But these people con M make them^t'lve.'* unilemtootl by hiu guides who spoke to them a kiutl of corrupted or rather Bimplified Bisaya.
Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. C*) Z.*i M^ii/7^f.— Being a ])cife(l rslranger to the study of liiuguagcs, I can but gimply record here, without discussing them, the variouis C ^ ) This paper was originally published in the Jomnal di'» Saianttf (Aviit et Dccrmbre 188:i).
Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world. ^C*) 1" order to make a complete untliropological dc Fcription of the Ne^ritof*, 1 onght to have mentioned here their physiological pathological cliaraet* ri Btice. Of all the languages j^juiktm h\ Negritot J thu most Ititt Testitig tci «tiuly would mujue&tionably be tlial^ of the Mini'0[)icf*, Owinj^ to th(.* uluiofit niiuilete isolation in wliicb fbene ittlandt^r** b*ne lived, espe- cially in the Great Aniiainaii group. Man's eo Uectlon of Andamanefte and yieobaresfi Objtcf*.
Heading over tbese few Bent^ncea one la naturally reminded of the eon nee* tiou already noted by |diilolof;:ista auiouji^ others by otir enuni.»nt eollca^^^iic. MAin Y, as exiwtiu Lj between tbe Draviduiu aud Aus- tralian birif^iuvgert.
(*) To lliese Messri;*, Man and Temflk add a third philoloj^ieal «^ron[i whii-b ba» probably preceded the two otherft.
But i\wy un' cni KHtsil w-ith Malays* The liisjiya Tajruhxs l Ucol.
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At all events, it h an interest iu^i problem to Rolve, ami we hoartily wlnb that Messrs, Man and Tkmple may pursue rese^rebt^ wbicli bave already leil them to 8neh eurious results Tbuu^di 8eattt»red from tbe Andaman lalauda to the Pbiltppini*8, the Negrito tribes have retained, in a remarkable manner, ^11 lhi*fr exterior and o»k M»lo^»cal ebaracteri«tic K.
It ia otherwise with re* (i) Xtf Tnrr rf nfomwf, *M\m C*lition, ? ]t Bc^eius to tne probable that these hitter were m many surviving wttne»8es of the primitive lanj TUf Lge.