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There are several phonological categories whose markedness-as inferred from typical markedness metrics- fails to match the representational complexity posited for them. More specifically, glottal stops, geminate clusters, and onsetless syllables are representationally the simplest of their category, yet other criteria, like implicational hierarchies, mark them as special. This paper aims at comprehending this paradox.

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Lowenstamm, Jean 1991. Vocalic length and syllable structure in Semitic. In: Alain S. Kaye (ed.): Semitic studies in honor of Wolf Leslau on the occasion of his 85th birthday, 949–965. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden

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2000 Cser, András. 1999. Diphthongs in the syllable structure of Latin. Glotta 75. 172–193. Cser András

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. The sonority controversy. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton. Sen , Ranjan . 2012 . Reconstructing phonological change: Duration and syllable structure in Latin vowel reduction

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Siptár 1999. Hungarian syllable structure: arguments for/against complex constituents. In: Harry van der Hulst - Nancy Ritter (eds): The syllable: views and facts, 249-84. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin & New York

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consonant lenition and phonotactics 1999 Szigetvári, Péter 2001. Dismantling syllable structure. In: Acta Linguistica Hungarica

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. An application of Optimality Theory (OT) on syllable structure within reduplication in Hausa spoken in Kano. International Journal of English Language and Linguistic . Research 3 . 37 – 49

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with the generalization of obligatory onsets and optional codas. 2.2 QA syllable structure Al Motairi (2015) and Alrashed (2018) state that the permitted syllable types in QA are CV, CVV, CVC, CVVC, CVCC, CCV, CCVC, CCVV, CCVVC, and CCVCC. These

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Disentangling phonological well-formedness and attestedness

An ERP study of onset clusters in English

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Authors: James White and Faith Chiu

: Academic Press . Hulst , Harry van der . 1984 . Syllable structure and stress in Dutch . Dordrecht : Foris . Jarosz , Gaja and Amanda Rysling . 2017 . Sonority sequencing in Polish: The combined roles of prior bias & experience . In J

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flowering of formal phonological theory, which both provoked the rehabilitation of syllable structure in mainstream phonological theory, and led to the introduction of novel hierarchical organisation in autosegmental representations both below and above the

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