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1988 ), requiring a coda–onset sequence of steep and falling sonority. Such data are also problematic for Standard Government Phonology, since Kaye’s (1992) Uniformity Principle predicts that sequences of contiguous positions that are in a governing

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Shen, Zhongwei 瀋鐘偉 (2006): Liaodai beifang Hanyu fangyin de yuyin tezheng 遼代北方漢語方言的語音特徵. Zhongguo yuwen 中國語文 No. 6, pp. 483–498. Shen, Zhongwei (2007): Sino-Khitan Phonology. Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics Vol

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2011 Korn, A. (2005): Towards a Historical Grammar of Balochi: Studies in Balochi Historical Phonology and Vocabulary . Wiesbaden, Reichert

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Authors: Dezső Németh, Rozália Ivády, Alessandro Guida, Márton Miháltz, Donald Peckham, Attila Krajcsi, and Csaba Pléh

1983 Caplan, David — Gloria Waters 1994. Articulatory length and phonological similarity in span tasks: A reply to Baddeley and Andrade. In: Quarterly

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New Comparative Altaic Phonology. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies Vol. 26, pp. 133-144. Observations on a New Comparative Altaic Phonology. 26

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://www.doe.utoronto.ca [letzter Zugriff: 2. Dezember 2018]). 6 Mccone, K.: Towards a Relative Chronology of Ancient and Medieval Celtic Sound Change . Maynooth 1996, 64; Lambert (Anm. 1) 42; Sims-Williams, P.: The Celtic Inscriptions of Britain. Phonology and Chronology, c. 400

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Book review of the following work: Péter Siptár - Miklós Törkenczy: The phonology of  Hungarian. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2000.

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University Press . Hurford , James R. 2001 . Languages treat 1–4 specially . Mind and Language 16 . 69 – 75 . Ito , Junko and Armin Mester . 2015 . Sino-Japanese phonology . In H. Kubozono (ed.) Handbook of Japanese phonetics and

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Qassimi Arabic (QA) Before examining the phonology of QA in detail, we explain where and by whom this dialect is spoken. While QA is linguistically of a Bedouin type, only the sedentary population speaks it ( Al Motairi 2015 ). Ingham (1994) , who works

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Book reviews of the following work: László Hunyadi: Hungarian sentence prosody and Universal Grammar-On the phonology-syntax interface. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2002.

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