Grey Duck or Goose?—Mapping variation in a children’s game in Minnesota—Sven Slater and Ollie Bickford SpecGram Vol CLXIII, No 4 Contents Rasmus Rask Puzzle III—Lila Rosa Grau

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Grey Duck or Goose?Mapping variation in a children’s game in MinnesotaSven Slater and Ollie Bickford
Rasmus Rask Puzzle IIILila Rosa Grau
SpecGram Vol CLXIII, No 4 Contents