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The West Country and Newfoundland: Some SED Evidence
The rich record of phonetic data in the Survey oj ~n,glisll Dialects of Harold Orton and his associates (1962-1971; SED) contains, scattered throughout its responses and illustrative material inExpand
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On the use of socio-demographic indicators in local health planning: a Canadian non-metropolitan perspective.
This paper argues that the use of socio-demographic indicators to represent actual or potential demand for mental health services needs to be informed by knowledge of local settlement conditions andExpand
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Preserving the pronunciations of Newfoundland place names : A case study of Bauline East
The number of settlements scattered throughout the 230,130 square kilometres that compose Newfoundland and Labrador is shrinking rapidly. In 1921, the Newfoundland and Labrador census recorded 1489Expand
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