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Despite numerous attempts at codifying their language, the Pomaks in Greece, a linguistic as well as religious minority, do not generally put into writing this variety, which is considered to be a Bulgarian dialect. Up until about fifteen years ago, there was an absence of any kind of lexicographic tradition. The grammars, dictionaries etc. that appeared in Greece in the mid-1990's can be classified as "external" codifications, since most of them were made by the majority. Over the last fewdoi:10.12697/jeful.2011.2.1.17 fatcat:yvis3dhtqncytm45tvpdgkdo3i