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Backley, Phillip — Toyomi Takahashi 1998. Element activation. In: Eugeniusz Cyran (ed.): Structure and interpretation. Studies in phonology (PASE Studies & Monographs 4), 13–40. Wydawnictwo Folium, Lublin

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: Phonology Yearbook 3: 255–309. Pierrehumbert J. B. Intonational structure in Japanese and English Phonology Yearbook 1986

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117 51 Varga, László 1993. A magyar beszéddallamok fonológiai, szemantikai és szintaktikai vonat-kozásai [The phonological, semantic and syntactic aspects of Hungarian speech

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Pustaka . Blust , Robert . 2007 . Disyllabic attractors and anti-antigemination in Austronesian sound change. Phonology 24 . 1 – 36 . Chen , Chun-Mei . 2006 . A comparative study on Formosan phonology: Paiwan and Budai Rukai. Doctoral

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References Archangeli , Diana . 1984 . Underspecification in Yawelmani phonology . Doctoral dissertation. MIT

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source of gradient acceptability. In: Phonology 26: 9–41. Albright A. Feature-based generalisation as a source of gradient acceptability Phonology

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, Paul. 1998. Functional Phonology: Formalizing the Interactions between Articulatory and Perceptual Drives. Doctoral dissertation. University of Amsterdam. (Published by Holland Academic Graphics, The Hague

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. How we learn variation, optionality, and probability . Proceedings of the Institute of Phonetic Sciences, Amsterdam (IFA) 21 . 43 – 58 . Boersma , Paul . 1998 . Functional Phonology: Formalizing the interactions between articulatory and

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References Balogné Bérces , Katalin . 2005 . Strict CV phonology and the English cross-word puzzle. Doctoral dissertation . Eötvös Loránd University

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Segment–zero alternations in Galician definite article allomorphy

Floating consonants at the left-edge of morphemes

Acta Linguistica Academica
Author: Shanti Ulfsbjorninn

1 Introduction Galician is part of the Galician-Portuguese branch of Western Ibero-Romance. Its definite article comes in three different forms depending on its phonological context. Unlike Italian definite article ‘allomorphy’ ( Larsen 1998

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