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In India, Bokar dialect (Boga'er Luoba, Bokar gom [bɔk˭ar ɡɔm]) is spoken in Ramang village, Monigong Circle, Arunachal Pradesh (Megu 1990). In China, it is spoken in Mainling County 米林县, Tibet (Ouyang 1985).
Pailibo dialect (Palibo, Libo) is spoken by 1,200 people in Tato, Charu, Payum, Tagur, Tado-Gitu, Irgo, and Yapik villages in Arunachal Pradesh (Badu 1994).
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