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LINGUIST List 19.3425

Mon Nov 10 2008

Qs: Examples of Feeding + Counterfeeding Interaction

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        1.    Darya Kavitskaya, Examples of Feeding + Counterfeeding Interaction

Message 1: Examples of Feeding + Counterfeeding Interaction
Date: 08-Nov-2008
From: Darya Kavitskaya <darya.kavitskayayale.edu>
Subject: Examples of Feeding + Counterfeeding Interaction
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Dear Linguists,

We are currently doing research on the range of possible interactions
between phonological processes. We will be grateful to anyone for the
examples of the following interaction in any language:

Process A counterfeeds process B while B feeds A.

Please respond either to Dasha (darya.kavitskayayale.edu) or to Peter

We will post a summary of answers we get.


Darya Kavitskaya and Peter Staroverov

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

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