The Hamar cattle model: the semantics of appearance in a pastoral linguaculture

  title={The Hamar cattle model: the semantics of appearance in a pastoral linguaculture},
  author={Sara Petrollino},
  journal={Language Sciences},
  • S. Petrollino
  • Published 1 January 2022
  • Linguistics
  • Language Sciences


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