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CASAS launched Book Series No. 87, The Harmonization and Standardization of Kenyan Languages: Orthography and Other Aspects - Edited by Nathan Ogechi, Jane Oduor and Peter Iribemwangi, on the 11th June 2012 at the Fairview Hotel, Nairobi. This book launch was followed by a workshop on the harmonization of orthographies for the Kenyan language clusters (11th - 12th June 2012).
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