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  1. The implicative structure of Asama verb paradigms
  2. A new local indicator of spatial autocorrelation identifies clusters of high rendaku frequency in Japanese place names
  3. Phylogenies based on lexical innovations refute the Rung hypothesis
  4. A (More) Comparative Approach to Some Japanese Etymologies
  5. Verb Morphology and Conjugation Classes in Dunan (Yonaguni)
  6. Why /r/ is not a special, empty consonant in Japanese
  7. The etymology of the name of Buddha in Japanese, Korean, and other Asian languages
  8. Review of Bentley (2008): A Linguistic History of the Forgotten Islands: A Reconstruction of the proto-language of the Southern Ryukyus
  9. Bjarke FRELLESVIG and John WHITMAN (2008). Proto-Japanese: Issues and Prospects. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 229 p.
  10. Proto-Japonic *e and *o in Eastern Old Japanese
  11. Koguryo, the Language of Japan's Continental Relatives: An Introduction to the Historical-Comparative Study of the Japanese-Koguryoic Languages with a Preliminary Description of Archaic Northeastern Middle Chinese (review)
  12. 1. The Linguistic archeology of the Ryukyu Islands
  13. 18. Dunan grammar (Yonaguni Ryukyuan)