Datapoint for feature 69A and language wals_code_mau

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  1. Aidan Wilson Says:

    Maung is listed as having tense-aspect suffixes with Capell and Hinch 1970 (66-68, 77) given as the reference. Page 66 thereof makes it clear that Maung exhibits the ‘mixed’ type: “The prefixed indicate the person, both of subject and object, and the class in the third person, as well as number, and in part also the tense. Tense in the larger part, and Aspect, Mood and Voice entirely, are indicated by suffixes.”

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