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Tiraq (Vanuatu)

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Brief description

Texts and elicitation sessions with various speakers of the Tiraq language. Some tapes have personal stories, some have copyrighted stories and some contain sacred knowledge.

Created: 02 11 2004

Data time period: 22 08 2004 to 30 12 2009

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167.361,-16.0112 167.361,-16.1112 167.261,-16.1112 167.261,-16.0112 167.361,-16.0112

167.311,-16.0612

text: Vanuatu

iso31661: VU

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