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Haruhiko Kindaichi(born April 3, 1913, died May 19, 2004) was a Japanese linguist and a scholar of Japanese linguistics Kokugogaku. He was well known as an editor of Japanese dictionaries, research in Japanese dialects. He took the Doctor of Literature degree (at Tokyo University, in 1962).



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