Good. No dust jacket as issued. Some rubbing on the cover and some edgewear. Otherwise very good, tight, clean and readable. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 316 p. Cambridge Studies in Linguistics, 11. Audience: General/trade.
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Spine is solid (uncreased)-paper covers show light shelfwear (rubbing)-all pages are clean, tight and unmarked-looks unread-excellent copy. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 316 p. Cambridge Studies in Linguistics, 11. Audience: General/trade.
Good. Used Aged paperback with much superficial scuffing, scoring and colour loss on front; rear is sunned and grubby. Wear on edges; creasing on bent and worn leading corners. Spine sides scuffed, spine body creased, spine ends bumped with cover on head beginning to separate. Hinges weak, particularly front, but pages remain sound. Page block sunned and marked; page edges tanned but otherwise clean, with all text clear. TS.
Good. No Dust Jacket. 302 pages. A cross linguistic study with special reference to Finnish. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Language; Language & Linguistics; ISBN: 0521097975. ISBN/EAN: 9780521097970. Inventory No: 115286.
Acceptable. Used Cambridge Studies in Linguistics, 11. Paperback volume with worn edges, leading corners, and head and foot of spine. Covers are marked, with colour-loss on front and spine body, and smudging on rear. Leading corners, edges, spine sides and spine body are creased. Sticker on rear. Page block a little discoloured. Name of previous owner (linguistics professor) on inside front cover. Stamp on FEP. Contents are sound and clean, and the text is clear. TH.
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