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The languages of the Raja Ampat archipelago
Lexically contrastive stress and lexical tone in Maya
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accent acoustic Ambel analysis appears Appendix Austronesian languages Biak Biga Blust carry century Chapter classification coast coda collected considerably context contrast developed difference discussed distinction distinguished duration Dutch effect encoding evidence example factors Fall feature Figure final syllable function groups Guinea Halmahera hand Head High hypothesis important Indonesian islands Kawe Laganyan Leeden lexical stress lexical tone Linguistics listed located Ma'ya Malay marked Matbat mean measures minimal Misool dialect monosyllabic moved notes original Papuan pattern penultimate phonological pitch-accent population position presented RA languages Raja Ampat archipelago realization recorded refer reported respectively result Rise root Salawati Salawati dialect segmental sentence SHWNG significant similar South speakers subgroup Table Tidore tonal tone language tone system toneme tree van der Leeden variation various verbs villages voiced vowel Waigeo Wauyai word prosodic system wordlist