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English word stress the data and the issues
A unifying analysis of English stress and destressing
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adjoined antepenult apply Arab Rule assumed bimoraic binary constituent Booij chapter Closed Syllable Adjunction cluster consonant Crucially cyclic stress derived deweighting diphthongs discussed domain Dutch End Rule English extrametricality feet final stress final syllable foot formal Free Element Condition grid Halle & Vergnaud Hayes heavy syllables Hulst initial pretonic initial syllable Kager Kiparsky level-1 lexical stress lexically marked long vowels maximally medial mora morpheme node non-branching non-final obstruent open syllables output penult position preceding primary metrical analysis primary stress primary stress retraction prominence proposed Q-sensitivity restricted Rhythm Rule Rhythmic Adjustment rimes schwa schwallable secondary stress segmental short vowels Sonorant Destressing Sonorant retraction Stray Syllable stress assignment stress placement stress rules stress values stressed syllable stressless syllables Strong retraction suffixes superheavy syllables syllabification syllable weight theory Trommelen underived words Visch vowel reduction Weak retraction weight distinction word stress word-final word-internal Zonneveld