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to collaboratively author an open-source, comprehensive descriptive grammar of contemporary Gaelic, including sociolinguistic information (dialectal, historical and register variation).
where grammatical/lexical/orthographical variation exists, to consensually formulate clear, principled guidelines as to what should constitute "standard formal Gaelic", for use in official situations.
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