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On the phonetics of geminates: evidence from Cypriot Greek
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This paper examines the acoustic correlates of the geminate consonants of Cypriot Greek. Expand
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A CROSS-LINGUISTIC STUDY OF STOP PLACE PERCEPTION
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Perceptual salience may motivate phonological processes such as consonant place assimilation in Korean and American English. Expand
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The Acoustic Characteristics of Geminate Consonants in Cypriot Greek
ΠEΡΙΛΗΨΗ Η παρούσα μeλέτη eξeτάζeι πeιραματικά ορισμένα ακουστικά χαρακτηριστικά των διπλών συμφώνων της κυπριακής και τα συγκρίνeι μe αυτά των αντίστοιχων μονών. Τα σύμφωνα eξeτάστηκαν σe πeριβάλλονExpand
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Labial unmarkedness in Sri Lankan Portuguese Creole
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In this squib we introduce new language data into the debate concerning the markedness of place of articulation in Sri Lankan Portuguese Creole where coronal patterns as more marked than both labial and dorsal. Expand
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Labial unmarkedness in Sri Lankan
In this squib we introduce new language data into the debate concerning the markedness of place of articulation. The data illustrate a process of assimilation in Sri Lankan Portuguese Creole whereExpand
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Papers in Linguistics 55 , 1-22 A Model of the Interplay of Speech Perception and Phonology 1
1. Introduction It has proven practical over a long history of research on language sound systems to rationalize phonological units and processes in terms of speech articulation. The SanskritExpand