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    Martin, Samuel Elmo, 1924- Consonant lenition in Korean and the Macro-Altaic question / Samuel E. Martin. /Honolulu, Hawai`i : Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawai`i, 1996.

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    Haguenauer, Charles. Nouvelles recherches compar?es sur le japonais et les langues altaЇques / Charles Haguenauer: Paris : l'AsiathЁque, 1976.

    Miller, Roy Andrew. Altaische schamanistische Termini im Japanischen / Roy Andrew Miller, Nelly Naumann.: Hamburg : Gesellschaft fмr Natur- und Vжlkerkunde Ostasiens, 1994.

    Miller, Roy Andrew. Japanese and the other Altaic languages. Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1971]

    Miller, Roy Andrew. Title: Languages and history : Japanese, Korean, and Altaic / Roy Andrew Miller. Published: Oslo, Norway : Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture ; Bangkok, Thailand : White Orchid Press, 1996.

    Miller, Roy Andrew. Origins of the Japanese language : lectures in Japan during the academic year, 1977-78 / Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1980.