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Sonority constraints on syllable structure
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One of the crucial ways in which prosodic structure governs the distribution of segments is in terms of sonority. Expand
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Footed tones and tonal feet: rhythmic constituency in a pitch- accent language
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This paper presents a case of bilateral interaction between tone and foot structure: tone exerts influence on the repertory of feet, in turn, constrains the distribution of tone. Expand
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The Phonology-syntax connection
This work deals with the insolvency both of companies and of individuals. Its publication coincides with the coming into force of the radical amendments to insolvency law contained within theExpand
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SERBO-CROATIAN PITCH ACCENT: THE INTERACTION OF TONE, STRESS, AND INTONATION
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We develop an autosegmental account of tone and stress in Serbo-Croatian, rendering the term 'accent' superfluous. Expand
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Objects in Serbo-Croatian
Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (1985), pp. 358-371
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RULE DOMAINS AND PHONOLOGICAL CHANGE
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses a problem in historical linguistics, the problem of rule addition, from the perspective of lexical phonology and morphology (LPM). Rule addition played anExpand
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On the Prosodic Status of Function Words
In this paper, I argue for a bifurcation of function words in standard Serbian into the free and bound class. I further argue that, while the properties of the free class are to be captured by aExpand
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Prosodic differences among function words
Function words in standard Serbian fall into two classes: prosodically free functional elements on the one hand, and prosodically bound functional elements, or clitics, on the other. The two classesExpand
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Acoustics of contrastive palatal affricates predict phonological patterning
Serbian contains two classes of contrastive palatal affricates exemplified in c" [tUo ar] ‘gain’ vs. c� [t5ar] ‘magic’. In the phonological process of iotization, [t] patterns with [tUo ], and [k]Expand
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Working papers in grammatical theory and discourse structure : interactions of morphology, syntax, and discourse
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This volume of working papers emerged from a workshop on Morphology/Syntax/Discourse Interactions held in the summer of 1985 at the Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University. Expand
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