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Thomas, J. Paul. 2011. A morphophonology of Komo: Non-tonal phenomena. SIL Electronic Working Papers 2011-006. http://www.sil.org/silewp/abstract.asp?ref=2011-006.
Thomas, J. Paul. 2010. Review of Child Language: Acquisition and Growth, by Barbara C. Lust. SIL Electronic Book Reviews 2009-008. http://www.sil.org:8090/silebr/2009/silebr2009-008.
Thomas, J. Paul. 2009. Review of Study Abroad and Second Language Use: Constructing the Self, by Valerie Pellegrino Aveni. SIL Electronic Book Reviews 2009-010. http://www.sil.org:8090/silebr/2009/silebr2009-010.
Thomas, J. Paul. 1999. Review of Understanding Cultures Through Their Key Words: English, Russian, Polish, German, and Japanese, by Anna Wierzbicka. Notes on Linguistics 2(1):51–54.
Thomas, J. Paul. 1999. Review of Theoretical aspects of Bantu tone, eds. Larry M. Hyman and Charles W. Kisseberth. Notes on Linguistics 2:230–235.
Thomas, J. Paul. 1998. Review of French correspondence, by Natalie Pomier. Notes on Linguistics 82:46–47.
Thomas, J. Paul. 1994. Rapport sur le système d’orthographe komo; Projet de langue komo. [Manuscript].
Thomas, John P. 1992. Tone in Komo. Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota 36:71–160.
Works by this author in SIL Language & Culture Archives