A brief look at thirteen Mon-Khmer languages of Xekong province, southern Laos. In Robert S. Bauer (ed.), Collected papers on southeast Asian and Pacific languages (Pacific linguistics 530), 95-108. Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.; L.-Thongkum, Therapan. 1997. The Place of Lawi, Harak and Tariang within Bahnaric. Mon-Khmer Studies: A Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics and Languages 27. 109-117.; Thomas, David. 1980. The Place of Alak, Tampuan, and West Bahnaric. Mon-Khmer Studies: A Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics and Languages 8. 171-186.