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Language resources, by their very nature, serve as a repository oflinguistic knowledge. They are therefore essential in the building and improvement of natural language applications. The aim of this paper is to elaborate on thc practice and the experience gained in the development, maintenance and management of such resources with specific reference to African languages. The locus is on the methods of collection and the formats concerning word lists, morphological analysis and lemma lists. Thedoi:10.1080/02572117.2005.10587256 fatcat:fbxu525gzvgrdp4qhclhtof4fe