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Blevins, Juliette 2004. Evolutionary phonology: The emergence of sound patterns. Blackwell, Oxford & Malden MA. Evolutionary phonology: The emergence of sound patterns

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Laziczius, Gyula 1930a. A phonológiáról [On phonology]. In: Magyar Nyelv 26:18–30. Laziczius G. A phonológiáról

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Anderson, John — Colin J. Ewen 1987. Principles of Dependency Phonology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Ewen C. J

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Donegan, Patricia J. 2002. Phonological processes and phonetic rules. In: Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk — Jaroslaw Weckwerth (eds): Future challenges for natural linguistics, 57–81. Lincom, Munich. Donegan P. J

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Adriana Belletti and Luigi Rizzi, University of Siena. Denwood, Ann 1999. A Government Phonology approach to Thai tones: Observation and hypothesis. In: SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics and Phonetics 9: 173

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1 Introduction In Government Phonology 2 (GP 2), phonological representations are binary hierarchical structures familiar from contemporary generative syntax; phonological domains are complex nuclear phrases (NPs), recursively built out of smaller

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), relying on the realization [j] of the 3FPL.IMPV. In this paper, I will argue that that radical is /e/. 2 I will show how, with the help of the Theory of Elements ( Kaye et al. 1985 ; Backley 2011 ) and a single phonological rule, this hypothesis is

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altaischen Sprachen Poppe, N. (1964): Das Mittelmongolische. In: Handbuch der Orientalistik …, pp. 96--103. Pulleyblank, E. G. (1999): Chinese Traditonal Phonology

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References Anttila , Arto . 1997 . Deriving variation from grammar. In F. Hinskens , R. van Hout and W. Wetzels (eds.) Variation, change and phonological

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on this orthographic variation, especially on epigraphic texts. 2 Indeed, the question may be related to the rise of the pan-Romance vowel system, with the loss of the phonological value of CL vowel length and the merger between /ĭ/ and /ē/ in /e

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