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Query:   k/t alternation summary
Author:  Kirk Hazen
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Phonology

Summary:   DEAR LINGUISTS,

HERE IS A SUMMARY OF MY QUESTION ABOUT K/T ALTERNATIONS (LINGUIST
10.229). I RECEIVED A LOT OF WONDERFUL TIPS AND I WANT TO THANK ALL
OF THE RESPONDENTS. THE ONES I HAVE CITED ARE BELOW. THE OTHERS ARE
CRAWFORDD FEAGIN, MIKE MAXWELL, JAMES L. FIDELHOLTZ, BOB HOBERMAN, AND
ROBERT ORR. I APOLOGIZED IF I HAVE FORGOTTEN ANYONE.

KIRK HAZEN
KHAZEN2@WVU.EDU

JERRY NEUFELD-KAISER
MY FATHER IN LAW, NATIVE TO CENTRAL MISSOURI, PRONOUNCES

LL Issue: 10.316
Date Posted: 26-Feb-1999
Original Query: Read original query