Haplology involving morphologically bound and free elements: evidence from Romanian

@inproceedings{Ortmann2001HaplologyIM,
  title={Haplology involving morphologically bound and free elements: evidence from Romanian},
  author={Albert Ortmann and A. Popescu},
  year={2001}
}
This paper offers a phonologically motivated account of a longstanding puzzle of the Romanian noun phrase, namely the co-distribution of the definite article and the so-called possessive article. It has often been observed that in possessive contexts such as (1a,b), the possessive article is obligatory in order to license a possessor phrase, whereas it is ungrammatical if the noun is suffixed by the definite article and immediately followed by the possessor phrase, as in (1c).2 

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