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ambiguous realization application domain assimilation and degemination branching conditions chapter Clitic closure duration clusters coarticulation complex underlying form consonant constituent length context disambiguating dreigend droevig Dutch phonology Dutch sandhi Dutch voice assimilation effect of constituent example expected experimental method fast speech final devoicing fricative glottal stop insertion higher speech rates hoofddader Intonational Phrase investigation Lexical Phonology listeners Mean percentages correct N&V theory Nespor non-branching obstruent optional p-boundary p-phrase paard dapper perceptual ambiguity phonetic Phonological Phrase phonological processes phonological rules place of articulation plosive possible predicted progressive assimilation prosodic boundary prosodic structure prosodic weight prosodische regressive restructuring sandhi application sandhi processes simple form simple underlying form Slis slow normal fast speaker speech pauses speech perception speech tempo stimulus material stimulus sentences stimulus words subjects syllables per second Table three rate conditions three speech rates Utrecht University vocal cords voice onset voiceless vond zijn word boundaries word-pairs Zonneveld