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# English and the Austronesian language Mbarbaram both use the

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21. English and the Austronesian language Mbarbaram both use the word â€œdogâ€
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01 Jun 2005, 15:54
I will go with D - This shows an instance where it could have still been borrowed.
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01 Jun 2005, 19:32
Agree with D - same reasoning as rthothad's
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01 Jun 2005, 19:51
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02 Jun 2005, 01:11
D for me. same reasoning as the rest
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02 Jun 2005, 05:24
Agree on D, really cool question!
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02 Jun 2005, 06:12
The OA is D.
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