Why the Slovak Language Has Three Dialects: A Case Study in Historical Perceptual Dialectology. Maxwell, A. Austrian History Yearbook, 37:141.
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“Why the Slovak Language has Three Dialects: A Case Study in Historical Perceptual Dialectology,” Austrian History Yearbook, vol. 37 (Spring, 2006), 385-414.
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	title = {Why the {Slovak} {Language} {Has} {Three} {Dialects}: {A} {Case} {Study} in {Historical} {Perceptual} {Dialectology}},
	volume = {37},
	issn = {0067-2378},
	shorttitle = {Why the {Slovak} {Language} {Has} {Three} {Dialects}},
	url = {https://www.academia.edu/429963/_Why_the_Slovak_Language_has_Three_Dialects_A_Case_Study_in_Historical_Perceptual_Dialectology_Austrian_History_Yearbook_vol._37_Spring_2006_385-414},
	abstract = {“Why the Slovak Language has Three Dialects: A Case Study in Historical Perceptual Dialectology,” Austrian History Yearbook, vol. 37 (Spring, 2006), 385-414.},
	language = {en},
	urldate = {2019-03-11},
	journal = {Austrian History Yearbook},
	author = {Maxwell, Alexander},
	pages = {141}
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