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 (grēn′bûrg′), Joseph Harold 1915-2001.
American linguist. His influential works include The Languages of Africa (1963) and Language Universals (1966).
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Noun1.Greenberg - United States linguist who studied the historical relations among 5,000 languages (1916-2001)
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I took a company that did not exist, a company that made $7 million in the first year to one that had 93,000 employees and was, when I left, earning close to $11 billion," said Greenberg, who wore a white shirt and a light brown tie as he sat in an armchair in a spacious, well-lit Manhattan office of C.