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[20622]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (19--) : Sandawe fieldnotes
[20623]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1970) : Relativization in Umbundu
[20624]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1973) : Syntactic change in the lake area of Northeast Bantu
[20625]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1975) : Variation in the system of tense markers of Mombasa Swahili
[20626]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1975) : Animate concords in northeast coastal Bantu: its linguistic and social implications as a case of grammatical convergence
[20627]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1976) : Comparative notes on past tenses in Kenyan northeast Bantu languages
[20628]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1979) : The development of the Swahili object marker: a study of the interaction of syntax and discourse
[20629]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1981) : On the evolution of the tense marker na in eastern Bantu (summary)
[20630]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1985) : The influence of Arabic on the syntax of Swahili discourse
[20631]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1987) : Swahili and the Bantu languages
[20633]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1992) : Bantu languages
[20634]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1993) : Longterm evolution of the syntax of discourse and the Swahili person markers
[20635]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1994) : East Coast Bantu and the evolution of constraints on passivization
[20636]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1997) : The o tense marker in the decline of the Swahili auxiliary focus system
[20637]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1998) : Issues in the north/south syntactic split of East Bantu
[20638]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (2001) : Substratal and superstratal influences on the evolution of Swahili syntax: Central Coast Bantu and Arabic
[22670]   Wald, Benji [Victor] (1997) : Varbrul and the human/inanimate polarization of the Swahili object marker