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The group of non-DRD tokens has not been subclassified further; it comprises canonical IRD, semi-direct RD, RD with logophoric pronouns, etc. Various observations for the entire data base can be made from a language-internal comparison between these two figures or a look at the last column, which gives the percentage of non-DRD tokens vis-à-vis all the RD-expressions with a QI. First, there is no language whose corpus lacks DRD. In a study which has DRD as its primary research object, this might appear rather trivial at first glance.
N. n. Bouquiaux 1970b: 46-55, 90-7, 162-91, 312-35, 348-61 Stanley 1982, 1991 Warmelo 1938: 10-3; Bona 87,8: 26-8, 32-4, 122-3/ 88,9: 142-3 * Page numbers are added only when not all texts of a given source are used. 22 The framework, aim, and data of this study (Table 1 continued) Language 1. Koyra Chiini 2. Kanuri 3. Ik 4. Aiki 5. Fur 6. Ngiti 7. Ngambay 8. Kunama 9. Dongola 10. Murle 11. Anywa 12. Krongo 13. Hadza 14. Sandawe 15. Khoekhoe 16. Ju|'hoan 17. Taa 18. Tigre 19. Tamajeq 20. Bedauye 21.
1982 Kervran 1993 Rennison 1986b Westermann 1905, 1954 Abraham 1958 Welmers & Welm. ) 1972 Doke et al. 1990; Pahl et al. ) 1989 RD-related article Hutchison 1971 Serzisko 1987 Waley & Armbruster 1934 Ebert 1991 Gouffé 1971; Dimmendaal 1989 Dramé 1983 Culy 1994 Clements 1975; Lord 1976 Lord 1976; Bamgbos`e 1986 Stanley 1982; Jackson 1987 Moolman 1984 24 The framework, aim, and data of this study In terms of the nature and quality of the available data, there exist considerable obstacles to a crosslinguistic analysis of QIs as envisaged here.