The West Country and Newfoundland: Some SED Evidence

@article{Kirwin1986TheWC,
  title={The West Country and Newfoundland: Some SED Evidence},
  author={W. J. Kirwin and R. Hollett},
  journal={Journal of English Linguistics},
  year={1986},
  volume={19},
  pages={222 - 239}
}
The rich record of phonetic data in the Survey oj ~n,glisll Dialects of Harold Orton and his associates (1962-1971; SED) contains, scattered throughout its responses and illustrative material in Volume 4 (Orton and Wakelin 1967-68), evidence which parallels phonological features in Newfoundland.’ Although some of these Newfoundland pronunciations may have derived from other sources in English dialects, standard educated English, and the complex amalgam of Anglo-Irish, it is the purpose of this… Expand
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