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I was reminded of the ancient story of Aztlan, told by the Aztecs but known in other Uto-Aztecan communities as well.
While "nondistinct argument phenomena" may not be transparent to outsiders, it has become an accepted term in Uto-Aztecan linguistics, referring to such phenomena as unspecified subjects and objects, passives, and reflexives.
Included in this volume are several studies on Uto-Aztecan languages, as well as on the relationship of two California languages, Wiyot and Yurok, to the large Algonquian family.