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A Lateral Theory of Phonology: What is CVCV, and why Should it Be?, Part 1
Limited preview - 2004
argue assimilation asymmetry baseline element become velar Booij branching onsets chapter claim coda coda position coda-onset sequences Cologne German complex consonant clusters consonantal baseline constituent contrast coronal nasal cross-linguistic deletion dependent position dialects of Dutch difference diphthongs dissertation Dutch liquids Dutch nasals Dutch sonorants English epenthesis fact followed foot-initial foot-internal fricative given Government Phonology Harris & Lindsey hierarchy homorganic instance labial nasal labio-dental languages laryngeal laryngealised lateral liquid lax vowels lenition licensing relations manner specifications markedness mid vowels nucleus obstruent obstruent-lateral clusters obstruent-liquid clusters obstruent-rhotic clusters occur OCP constraint onset clusters onset position Oostendorp 2000a palatal glide patterns phonotactic place of articulation place specification preceding prosodic prosodic position prosodic structure realised restrictions rhotic rhotic liquid rhyme sC clusters schwa Sonority Sequencing Principle suggests syllabified tense vowels typically unmarked unstressed syllable velar nasal vocalic position voiced voiceless well-formed Wieringen word-final consonants word-initial word-medial words