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1. However, it did not come into general use until Joseph Greenberg (1950) formally proposed its adoption.

2. It was replaced by those of Joseph Greenberg in 1955 and in 1963.

3. Joseph Greenberg was born on May 28, 1915 to Jewish parents in Brooklyn, New York.

4. Joseph Greenberg took Westermann's work as a starting-point for his own classification.

5. In 1987 Joseph Greenberg proposed a similar macrofamily which he called Eurasiatic.

6. Joseph Greenberg, in The Languages of Africa, set up the family with the following branches.

7. It was propounded by Joseph Greenberg in 2000–2002.

8. Joseph Greenberg followed that distinction in his The Languages of Africa (1963).

9. Another controversial method, developed by Joseph Greenberg, is mass comparison.

10. They were labeled "G13" in Joseph Greenberg's Adamawa language-family proposal.

11. linguistics: Noam Chomsky, Franz Boas, Roman Jakobson, Edward Sapir, Joseph Greenberg;

12. He is the principal advocate and defender of Joseph Greenberg's approach to language classification.

13. Joseph Greenberg classified them as one branch of the Adamawa–Ubangi family of Niger–Congo languages.

14. Joseph Greenberg's proposal, dating to the 1990s, is the most widely discussed version.

15. Joseph Greenberg (2000–2002) likewise classified Ainu with Korean and Japanese.

16. They were labeled "G6" in Joseph Greenberg's Adamawa language-family proposal.

17. Joseph Greenberg has suggested a relationship between Yanomaman and Macro-Chibchan.

18. Prominent examples are the work of Joseph Greenberg and Merritt Ruhlen.

19. linguistics: Noam Chomsky, Franz Boas, Roman Jakobson, Edward Sapir, Joseph Greenberg;

20. They are also included in the Amerind superfamily proposed by Joseph Greenberg.

21. Feeder K-8 schools include Stephen Decatur School, A. L. Fitzpatrick School, and Joseph Greenberg School.

22. Linguistic typology, and controversially mass lexical comparison, was considered by Joseph Greenberg.

23. The branch was first formulated by Joseph Greenberg;

24. The Kim languages were labeled "G14" in Joseph Greenberg's Adamawa language-family proposal.

25. They were labeled "G2" in Joseph Greenberg's Adamawa language-family proposal.

26. Nimbari was labeled "G12" in Joseph Greenberg's Adamawa language-family proposal.

27. They were labeled "G5" in Joseph Greenberg's Adamawa language-family proposal.

28. They were labeled "G4" in Joseph Greenberg's Adamawa language-family proposal.

29. Nyingwom was labeled as branch "G8" in Joseph Greenberg's Adamawa language family proposal.

30. Joseph Greenberg counted it as one of the Waja–Jen languages of the Adamawa family.