The Case for an Abstract Segment in Greenlandic

@article{Underhill1976TheCF,
  title={The Case for an Abstract Segment in Greenlandic},
  author={Robert M. Underhill},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  year={1976},
  volume={42},
  pages={349 - 358}
}
1 Earlier versions of this article were read at colloquia at San Diego State University, February 1975; U.C.L.A., April 1975, and Stanford University, July 1975. I am indebted to the participants in these colloquia for stimulating discussion of the points made here and for some useful suggestions. I am particularly indebted to J0rgen Rischel for a number of helpful suggestions and some important information, including information on the new Greenlandic orthography. The material covered here… Expand
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