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[8830]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1973) : Prefixes, sound changes and subgrouping in the coastal Kenyan Bantu languages
[8831]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1974) : Rule inversion and restructuring in Kikamba
[8832]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1975) : A reconstructed chronology of loss: Swahili class 9/10
[8833]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1976) : Swahili: genetic affiliations and evidence
[8834]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1976) : The Shungwaya hypothesis: a linguistic reappraisal
[8836]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1979) : Swahili
[8840]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1981) : Northeast coastal Bantu
[8841]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1989) : Bantu
[8842]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1996) : What kind of language is Swahili?
[8844]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1997) : Negotiating the TUKI English-Swahili dictionary: a critique from a pedagogical and scholarly perspective
[8845]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (1999) : Contact and lexicostatistics in comparative Bantu studies
[23597]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. (2001) : The Yale Kamusi Project: a Swahili-English, English-Swahili dictionary
[8839]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. & Derek Nurse (1981) : Spirantization in Chaga
[8837]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. & Robert S. Kirsner (1980) : On the inference of ‘inalienable possession’ in Swahili
[8835]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. & Sarah M. Mirza (1979) : Kiswahili, msingi wa kusema kusoma na kuandika = Swahili, a foundation for speaking, reading and writing
[8843]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. & Sarah M. Mirza (1997) : Kiswahili, msingi wa kusema kusoma na kuandika = Swahili, a foundation for speaking, reading and writing
[8838]   Hinnebusch, Thomas J. , Derek Nurse & Martin [Joel] Mould (1981) : Studies in the classification of Eastern Bantu languages