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Journal Title: Phonology
Volume/Issue:   25/3
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: Why labial-velar stops merge to /gb/
by Michael C. Cahill
pp 379-398

Phonetic variability and grammatical knowledge: an articulatory study of Korean place assimilation
by Alexei Kochetov, Marianne Pouplier
pp 399-431

Prevocalic faithfulness
by Jerzy Rubach
pp 433-468

The calling contour in Hungarian and English
by László Varga
pp 469-497

An articulatory view of Kinyarwanda coronal harmony
by Rachel Walker, Dani Byrd, Fidèle Mpiranya
pp 499-535

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Phonetics
Phonology
Subject Language(s): Babine
English
Hungarian
Korean
Polish
Kinyarwanda
Ukrainian
 
LL Issue: 20.699