Here is just one example of a bibliography this report that is coded from the outside world:
Brown, C.H.; Holman, E.W.; Wichmann, S.; Velupillai, V. Automated classification of the World's languages: A description of the method and
preliminary results. STUF—Lang. Typology Univ. 2008, 61, 285–308.
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Hinton, Leanne, Johanna Nichols & John Ohala. 1994. “Introduction: Sound symbolic processes.” Sound symbolism. Hinton, Leanne, Johanna Nichols &
John Ohala, eds., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Jarva, Vesa. 2003. “Some expressive and borrowed elements in the lexicon of Finnish dialects.” In Ideophones, F. K. Erhard Voltz & Christa
Kilian-Hatz, eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Jendraschek, Gerd. 2001. Semantic and structural properties of Turkish ideophones.” Turkic Languages. 5, 88-103.
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Ultan, R. Size-sound symbolism. In Universals of Human Language, Volume 2: Phonology; Greenberg, J.H., Ed.; Stanford University Press: Palo Alto, CA,
USA, 1978; pp. 525–568.
Vajda, Edward. 2003. “Review of Ideophones”, by F. K. Erhard Voltz & Christa Kilian - Hatz, Eds.) Language. vol. 79 no. 4 pp. 823-824.
It appears in that site they don't use the link or it didnt happen mentality this is one of literally thousands of threads involving some highly
involved research skills and if it isnt apparent a vastly larger grasp of language then most people I know would possess. Consider they code this so
jerks don't just copy and paste their hard work to twist and bend in other forums and either A work to discredit them but manipulating this research
out of context and B so they can communicate without being spied on. I have been working on locating some of these books in some of there threads when
you read the source material then you know more or less what they are talking about.