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Acta Linguistica Academica
Authors: Quentin Dabouis, Guillaume Enguehard, Jean-Michel Fournier, and Nicola Lampitelli

. 1977 . On stress and linguistic rhythm . Linguistic Inquiry 8 . 249 – 336 . Lowenstamm , Jean . 1991 . Vocalic length and syllable structure in Semitic . In A. S. Kaye (ed.) Semitic studies in honor of Wolf Leslau on the occasion of his 85

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Grammaire . Paris : Université Paris 8 . 110 – 124 . Lowenstamm , Jean . 1991 . Vocalic length and syllable structure in Semitic . In A. S. Kaye (ed.) Semitic studies in honor of Wolf Leslau on the occasion of his 85th birthday . Wiesbaden

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“template” or class called “Type A”, which is the basic class of verbs in the language. Since they share a template, they are expected to appear with the same vowels and syllable structure. The verb in (1a) is “strong” because the three elements of the root

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the identity of roots . Theoretical Linguistics 40 ( 3–4 ). 225 – 276 . 10.1515/tl-2014-0010 Harris , James . 1983 . Syllable structure and stress in Spanish . Cambridge, MA : MIT Press . Harris , John . 1990 . Segmental complexity and

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vowel-final stems and -i is used after consonant-final stems. The selection of the two allomorphs thus results in an optimal syllable structure that avoids codas on the penultimate syllable and provides onsets for final syllables. Note that the quality

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reasons. In (ai), the /-rn-/ sequence forms a complex onset [krn], which is ungrammatical based on the phonotactics of the language. Before stressed syllables in the so-called ‘presyllable’, the types of syllable structure is very limited. In the Laos

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