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Basbøll, H. (1975). On the phonological interpretation of the falling diphthongs in Danish. Annual Report of the Institute of Phonetics, University of Copenhagen 8, 49108.
Basbøll, H. (1985). Stød in Modern Danish. Folia Linguistica 19, 150.
Basbøll, H. (1988). The modern Danish stød and phonological weight. In Bertinetto, P.M. and Loporcaro, M. (editors), Certamen Phonologicum, Papers from the 1987 Cortona Phonology Meeting, 119152.
Basbøll, H. (1998). Nyt om stødet i moderne rigsdansk - om samspillet mellem lydstruktur, ordgrammatik og kognitive principper. Pluridicta 35. Odense: Institut for Sprog og Kommunikation, Odense Universitet.
Basbøll, H. Syllables and Morae: Evidence from Danish, Evidence in Conflict? Lecture on the Occasion of Professor JØrgen Rischel's retirement, 02 1998.
Grønnum, N. (1992). The Groundworks of Danish Intonation. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.
Grønnum, N. (1996). Danish vowels - scratching the recent surface in a phonological experiment. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 28, 563.
Grønnum, N. (1998). Fonetik og Fonologi, Almen og Dansk. København: Akademisk Forlag.
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