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Karl Teeter; pursued passion for indigenous languages; at 78

KARL TEETER KARL TEETER
By Erin Conroy
Globe Staff / April 27, 2007

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Karl Van Duyn Teeter was fascinated with native languages in countries he visited, and over the course of his academic and professional career, he studied many, including Sudanese, Tunisian, Arabic, Amharic, Cherokee, Finnish, Igbo, Javanese, Yoruba, and Thai. (Full article: 756 words)

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