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6-vowel systems A. V. Isacenko affricates Banat Bulgarian dialects Byelorussian Cakavian Carinthia classiﬁcation compact/diffuse consonantal Czech dental dialects including St differentiated distinctive features distinctive stress Eastern Bulgarian Eastern Slavic Eastern Slavic languages falling tone ﬁnd ﬁrst free variation inﬂuence Istria Ivié Kajkavian dialects Kashubian korelacji lack latter linguistic Ljubljana Logar long vowels Lower Sorbian Macedonian dialects Muzakov nasal vowels Northern Kashubian number of phonemes number of vowels occurs palatal stops Palatalized consonants phonemic inventories phonemic types plain/ﬂat Polish dialects prosodic features prosodic types restrictions Rumanian Banat samoglosek Sele Serbo Serbo-Croatian dialects short vowels signiﬁcant Slavic areas Slavic dialects Slavic languages Slavic world Slavistiéna Revija Slov Slovenian dialects e.g. Southern Slavic spélglosek spirants Standard languages Standard Slovenian Stokavian areas Stokavian dialects stress and quantity stressed vowels strident/mellow opposition strident/mellow palatals systemow systems with distinctive tense/lax opposition Trubetzkoy Ukrainian dialects Upper Sorbian utilization various Slovenian dialects velar vocalic systems