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acquisition allophonic analysis archisegment assimilation casual speech Chicago Linguistic Society child Chomsky and Halle cited consonant constraints context context-free processes context-sensitive processes counterinstances deletion denasalizing vowels depalatalization derived devoicing process dialects diphthongization discussion distinct Donegan and Stampe eliminate evidence example explain fact flap-deletion flapping high vowels Hildegard identical implicational laws isogloss iterative Jakobson Joan Velten Joan's Kiparsky language lengthening lenition Leopold lexical limited mid vowels Middle English monophthongization morphemes morphophonemic Munda languages nasal vowels nasalization process natural phonology nonnasal vowels nonsyllabics obligatory obstruents occur Ohio State University palatal phonemic representation phonetic change phonological processes phonological representations phonological substitutions phonological theory process denasalizing process devoicing processes apply pronounced pronunciation result rules Sapir seems segments sequence shortening simultaneous sonority sounds speakers speech capacity spirantization suppression syllable syllable-final teleologies tion underlying representation unordered velar Velten versus voiced obstruents vowel denasalization vowel nasalization vowel reduction vowel systems vowels implies words