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Jeffrey Heath, From code-switching to borrowing: foreign and diglossic mixing in Moroccan Arabic (Library of Arabic Linguistic, Monograph n° 9), Kegan Paul international, London and New York, 1989, XVI + 328 pp., 3 p. en arabe, 2 p. de glossaire, 7 tableaux, 23 x 15 cm [la jaquette porte un sous-titre simplifié: A Case Study of Moroccan Arabic; titre arabe: Al-Ihtilāt al-lugawī fîīal-lahža al-'arabiyya almagribiyya]

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Jeffrey Heath, From code-switching to borrowing: foreign and diglossic mixing in Moroccan Arabic (Library of Arabic Linguistic, Monograph n° 9), Kegan Paul international, London and New York, 1989, XVI + 328 pp., 3 p. en arabe, 2 p. de glossaire, 7 tableaux, 23 x 15 cm [la jaquette porte un sous-titre simplifié: A Case Study of Moroccan Arabic; titre arabe: Al-Ihtilāt al-lugawī fîīal-lahža al-'arabiyya almagribiyya], Page 1 of 1

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