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Browse Dept. of Linguistics by Author "Fruehwald, Josef"

  • Fruehwald, Josef; Gorman, Kyle (2011-06)
    Bakovi´c (2005) proposes that patterns of sufficiently-similar segment avoidance are the result of interacting agreement and antigemination constraints, a pattern known as cross-derivational feeding (CDF). The bleeding ...


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