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Greek in Enclave Communities: Language Maintenance of the Varieties of Cypriot Romeika in Cyprus and Cretan Greek in Cunda, Turkey

Elena Ioannidou, Angela Ralli, Theoni Neokleous, Marios Andreou

Pages 157 - 186


(University of Cyprus)

(University of Patras)

(Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf)

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