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THE QUANTITY OF STRESSED VOWELS
THE FREE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STRESSED VOWELS
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Aickin alike analogical back vowels beside Brown Bullokar Butler Cheke cited Cocker Coles Cooper Daines Daniel Jones dialects Dict diphthongal pronunciation distinction early eModE English evidence explained fifteenth final position Fox and Hookes free position French front vowel Gil's gives glide Hart Hart's Hodges Hodges's homophone identified identity influence intervocalic Jordan Laneham late later Latin lengthening Levins long vowel loss lowering Luick ModE monophthongization Mulcaster normal Northern Note nunciation occurs once onwards open syllables orthoepists pairing Paston Letters phonetically spelt Poole Price probably pronounced raising recorded retraction rhymes Robinson Salesbury says secondary stress seems seventeenth century shortening shorthand-writer shown sixteenth century Smith sound speech spelling Strong syllabic consonants syncope tion Tonkis transcribes transcriptions unrounding variant verb vulgar Wallis weak form Welsh Hymn WGmc Wharton Willis words WSC-RS Wyld Zachrisson