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Lawrence Olufemi Adewọle. published works and doctoral dissertations, 1843-1986. African linguistic bibliographies,, v. 3. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. by Lawrence Olufemi Adewọle. Published 1987 by Helmut Buske Verlag in Hamburg. Classifications.
Williams, A. Olufemi. AIDS : an African perspective. Boca Raton : CRC Press. Williams, A. AIDS : an African perspective, A. Olufemi Williams CRC Press Boca Raton 1992. Australian/Harvard Citation. Nigeria's exports : problems, prospects, and implications for economic growth, A. Olufemi Lewis Explore. Find in other libraries.
Adéwolé, L. O. (1987). Downstep and floating low tones in Adioukrou. Hamburg: Helmut Buske. Akinlabi, A. M. (1985). Underspecification of tones in Yoruba. PhD dissertation, University of Ibadan. & Oyabade, F. Lexical and postlexical rule application: vowel deletion in Yoruba. Archangeli, D. & Pulleyblank, D. (1989). Tonemics, morphotonemics, and tonal morphemes.
Adewole, Lawrence Olufemi. African Linguistic Bibliographies, . Hamburg: Buske. Anafulu, Joseph C. 1971. In Igbo Traditional Life, Culture and Literature, ed. by M. J. C. Echeruo and E. N. Obiechina, pp. 181-204. Volume 3, no. 2 of The Conch (September, 1971).
Yorùbá is. relatively well studied when compared with other African. Works and Doctoral Dissertations. The present work is one of the works that have examined the. machine translation systems in the context of text to text. translation technology. Helmut Buske, Hamburg, 1987. Introduction to Machine Translation.
Yoruba literature is the spoken and written literature of the Yoruba people, one of the largest ethno-linguistic groups in Nigeria and the rest of Africa. Yoruba did not have a common written form before the nineteenth century. Many of the early contributions to Yoruba writing and formal study were made by English-educated Anglican priests.
Adéwolé, Lawrence Olufemi. African linguistic bibliographies (ALB), . Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag.
This bibliography offers a bibliography of African literatures in English, French .
This bibliography offers a bibliography of African literatures in English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, and Afrikaans. This bibliography proceeds to survey work on major themes and techniques and to offer an outline of literatures by periods in which they were written (late 18th century to mid-1950s, 1960s–1970s, and 1980s–present) and by region (East, Central, West, South, North, and northeastern Africa). It also considers literature by Asian Africans, an important category in eastern and southern Africa.
1993) Predicates Across Categories: towards a category-neutral syntax, University of Massachusetts doctoral dissertation.
1958) Atúmọ ọ̀ Èdè Yorùbá London: Oxford University Press (209 p.